March means many things—all four seasons in a month, for example—but March also means MIX is back, mightier and more marvelous than ever, with up to 40 percent more MIXing power.

This Thursday, March 21, from 6 to 8 p.m., join us and a bunch of your favorite folks along with a swol of swells who know how to enjoy a swig and a soirée at the incredible new Santa Fe Athletic Co, located at 1935 Warner Ave.

It’s MightyMIX and…of all the gym joints in all the towns in all the world, walking into Santa Fe’s latest temple to fitness will freak you out—it’s a labor of love with both big city sophistication and the welcome vibe that only long-time locals know how to deliver. Feast your eyes on SFAC trainers as they demo Steel Maces and more, and be sure to snatch up the special MIX Santa Fe class pass.

Courtesy of this incredible new kettle bell crushing collaboration, you’ll enjoy bicep-building bebidas from the cunning cocktail crafters from the Jean Cocteau bar.

Remember, the first mass of mixers to muscle their way into filling out our survey (URL) and promptly arriving will merit the making of free drink courtesy of Santa Fe Athletic Co.

Lovely St. Mike’s area/LINC neighbors Loyal Hound will provide the post-workout protein a body needs with fingerlicking foodstuffs, complemented by bizMIX alum Madre Foods (which now has a presence in the neighborhood via Verde) bring sample batches of beautiful bone broth.

Your Boy Reflex will provide the soaring soundtrack your soul has been searching for while you slide into some DeMos from Athletic Co trainers—sure you lift, bro–but what do you know about some deep ass dancing with an iron mace?

Plus Alona Bonnano from Roots of Wellbeing will wield sample massages.

And, if you want to rise to the ranks of these ripped and roaring Santa Fe entrepreneurs, show up early, because from 5 to 6 p.m. is orientation for this year’s bizMIX start-up competition!

This month’s design delivered by Caitlin LeMoine


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