Sacred i Yoga’s friendly teachers build a community of strong, focused yoga practitioners with Vinyasa, Yin, and Anusara-inspired classes. Couples, families, and individual yogis gather for scheduled classes, dropping little ones aged 2 and older with the studio's responsible caretakers through the complimentary childcare service. During gentle-yoga classes, instructors ease students into pose-fueled routines with a 60-minute overview of alignment, breathing exercises, and meditation principles. Vinyasa students weave balance-challenging poses, athletic movements, and breath work into flowing, dance-like sequences, and Yin yoga instructors guide students through seated poses, helping melt away stress and boosting flexibility and range of motion. Like Cupid’s famous break-dancing routines, Anusara-style classes' instructors focus on athletic moves, such as handstands and upward-facing bows. After class, students can mingle with other yogis or visit Sacred i’s boutique, which brims with colorful, mandala-themed art.
Harmony Yoga's crew of dedicated instructors nurtures physical, emotional, and energetic balance with freeing yoga and Reiki-inspired classes. Aspiring yogis can choose stretch sessions from a flexible schedule of classes, which accommodates busy students like a backpack that brews fresh espresso. In the studio's warm tones, aspiring yogis employ mindful breathing to seamlessly shift between postures in All Levels Vinyasa classes. Students can limber joints and recharge holistic energy in Reiki Restorative Yoga, where they strive to align chakras with the help of therapeutic props and chakra-whispering stretch pants. Similarly, Yin Yoga stretches connective tissue with sustained asana poses, which yogis may hold for up to four minutes.
Bikram Yoga Mile HIgh is Denver's ONLY Certified Bikram Yoga Studio! We teach the classic 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises in a 105 degree room. All of our teachers are personally trained by Bikram Choudhury. We teach you to practice to the best of your ability in the proper form to receive maximum benefits.
Kindness Yoga owner Patrick Harrington is dedicated to establishing a thriving yogic community at both of his studio locations, where yoga practitioners of all skill levels flock to achieve physical invigoration and mental centering. Kindness Yoga’s dozens of instructors share their limb-stretching expertise and breathing techniques with visitors during classes that focus on a wide array of styles, such as gentle Hatha, challenging Vinyasa, and sweat-inducing Kinda-Hot, which is practiced in a heated room. The veteran yogis also host extended workshops that thoroughly discuss themes including prenatal yoga and hoop dancing.
Before opening a yoga and cycling studio, owner Sarah Russell was hit by a car while biking, seriously injuring her back. Sarah credits the rejuvenating power of yoga with saving her spinal cord, and her life. Today, she inspires others to meet their wellness goals through a lineup of mind- and body-nurturing classes.
Sarah and her brigade of enthusiastic instructors lead handfuls of classes each day for students of all fitness levels. The heart-pumping and vigorous cycling classes help patrons to improve their endurance while building muscle and strength. Complementing these physically demanding workouts are yoga classes for different skill levels that challenge the body in different ways, testing patrons' physical and mental focus through empowering posture series and healing stretches.
The Samadhi Center for Yoga & Meditation nurtures an oasis of community through supportive, challenging yoga classes taught by accomplished teachers. Students bend, twist, and Gordian-knot their bodies and minds in a yoga studio adorned with Tibetan prayer flags and Buddha-inspired artwork. Candlelight Vinyasa classes combine traditional yoga postures and flows with a tranquil atmosphere conducive to mindful meditation, while Forrest yoga incorporates deep breathing and vigorous tree-climbing sequences to build core strength. Students seeking inner peace can align their breath, bodies, and front tires with Anusara flow classes, linking traditional yoga postures with Anusara's heart-opening philosophy. The schedule is chock-full of classes, starting as early as 7 a.m. and ending as late as 7:30 p.m. Students are free to breeze into classes and rent a yoga mat for $1, eliminating the need for bulky yoga bags or mats woven from laundry lint and shoestrings.
With a schedule of classes including Sunny Side Up and Not-So-Rushed-Hour, The Yoga Mat cultivates a welcoming, playful environment for yogis of all levels. Seasoned instructors link breath and movement in Vinyasa classes and focus on alignment and anatomy in classes influenced by Iyengar. Classes begin as early as 6:30 a.m. and as late as 7 p.m. on weekdays. On Saturday afternoons, the studio's Made You a Mix-Tape class combines yoga with the energetic sounds of Arcade Fire, Michael Jackson, and golden retrievers.