Find inner peace, physical balance and strength at a yoga studio in the Centennial State. Yoga combines physical poses with controlled breathing, along with meditation. Some classes can be vigorous and powerful while others are relaxing and restorative. Whatever yoga class you are seeking, from hot yoga to guided meditations, there is a class and a yoga studio in Colorado for you. Every single studio on this list offers drop-in class rates, and many offer first-time visitors special rates. Get your Zen on at these 9 best yoga studios in Colorado.
With several locations in Denver, you are sure to find the perfect yoga class in the Mile High City at Kindness Yoga. There are a variety of yoga classes taught here along with a number of great instructors. Beginners to yoga should feel at ease at Kindness Yoga since there are beginner classes and one-on-one private sessions. However yogis of all levels flock to Kindness for the well-crafted flows and peaceful atmosphere.
Samadhi Yoga is one of Denver’s longest running yoga studios. This yoga studio offers a variety of classes along with workshops and yoga teacher trainings. The beautiful wall mural commands peace and sets the vibe within Samadhi’s welcoming space. This yoga studio is great for seasoned yogis since there are a variety of challenging classes meant to expand both mind and body.
Cambio Yoga is one of the most popular yoga studios in Colorado Springs. With three separate yoga spaces, Cambio Yoga is well-prepared for a variety of classes. This yoga studio is all about inclusion. So, expect to meet new people and have plenty of options when it comes to poses, breathing work and meditation while in class.
The view from the Yoga Pod studio, which is the Flatiron mountains in Boulder, is just as lovely as the instructors and classes here. Students of all levels will find classes at the Yoga Pod. This yoga studio has a friendly and calming vibe, from the relaxing lighting to the large blackboard where yogis have written positive messages. Expect the majority of classes to be either vinyasa based or hot yoga.
Go on a journey within at Yoga Studio Satya. “Satya” in Sanskrit means truth. Through the classes at this yoga studio, the goal is to find your true nature. The instructors here strive to connect all aspects of yoga in the classes, such as breathwork, physical poses and philosophy.
CorePower, a yoga studio chain that is throughout the United States, has become a staple in the Centennial State. There are a number of CorePower studios in the Front Range. Do expect most of CorePower Yoga’s classes to be high energy and, of course, include core work. However CorePower also offers restorative classes and event flows with live music.
The Sol Shine is more than just a yoga studio—it is also an art gallery and boutique. The great thing about this yoga studio is that the classes are not overcrowded. Each class is capped at 15 students so there is space to move and enough time for instructors to give personalized adjustments. After your class, check out the eco-boutique that features environmentally-friendly and fair trade fashion.
For yoga students who love and need physical adjustments from instructors, Peak Yoga is the place to go. There is an emphasis here on physical assists, or adjustments, so that students are in alignment with their body and learning poses correctly the first time. These adjustment will reduce injury in the long run. Expect to gain strength, endurance and inner peace at Peak Yoga.
In the beautiful town of Breckenridge is Meta Yoga Studios. This yoga studio is perfect for tourists looking for an “ohm away from home,” and locals who want to deepen their practice. There are a variety of classes, 50 per week, offered here, and even paddleboard yoga on the weekends along with workshops and teacher trainings.