Namaste! Finding Your Home for Yoga in Breckenridge

Yoga is a part of life for many here in Breckenridge, and classes are available to suit almost every yoga style and preference: Whether you’re looking for classic Vinyasa, a gentle beginner class, a heart-pounding workout or a chance to take your practice outdoors, you’ll find an array of welcoming options for yoga in Breckenridge offered by local instructors and studios.

Here’s a sampling of classes at yoga studios where you can find your balance  — and your new yoga home. Namaste.

Group of people practicing yoga in Breckenridge.
BreckCreate offers yoga classes for all abilities in unique locations around Breckenridge .

THE CLASSICS.  Whether a seasoned yogi, or new to your practice these studios offer classes that will help further your journey from any stage.  Bhava Yoga offers three different levels of vinyasa classes, each designed for a different ability level and to leave a specific feeling or “bhava” in your mind and body: Ground, Align, & Elevate. During Prana Flow at Meta Yoga instructors focus on perfecting postures, intention, and the breath. Postures may be held for several breaths and modified to facilitate personal growth and transformation. Both the Breckenridge Recreation Center, and BreckCreate offer classes that focus on fundamentals of poses, breathwork, energy and meditations.

THE WORKOUT.  So you want to sweat? Meta Yoga’s Heated Align & Flow focus on core strength and more challenging poses. Or try the Pilates Lab at Bhava Yoga where you can expect a strong emphasis on using deep abdominal muscles for both movement and stability, while attending to proper alignment, breathing, mental focus, flexibility, and overall strength training. Power Yoga is also offered with the drop in fitness classes at the Breckenridge Recreation Center  – a high energy, vigorous flow that incorporates static and dynamic, full body movements.  

STRETCH AND RELAX.  Looking for the ultimate reset? Try Bhava’s Restore, a class crafted with stillness and recovery in mind. Or Meta offers Gentle Flow, which focuses on gentle stretches and breathing. During the winter, both studios offer Après Ski Yoga Classes designed to give your body some love after a day spent on the slopes. All of these Restorative Yoga classes will leave your mind, body and soul feeling decompressed, nourished, and restored.

WHAT ABOUT KIDS & SENIORS?   The Breckenridge Recreation Center is the ideal place for any member of the family who wants to try a first yoga class. Most classes are gentle and extremely beginner friendly. Plus, the classes at the Rec Center are affordable. Beginner and kid specific classes can also be found on the BreckCreate event calendar.

A group of people practicing yoga on paddle boards in Breckenridge.
Paddleboard yoga is one of the best ways to calm down in Breckenridge.

TAKING IT TO THE GREAT OUTDOORS.  Meta Yoga offers an extensive program of summer outdoor specials – from SUP Yoga on beautiful Maggie Pond and Lake Dillion to a variety of scheduled outdoor practices. BreckCreate also offers classes in a variety of  unique locations and settings around Breckenridge from Carter Park, to the Old Masonic Hall on Main Street. Check out their events calendar for monthly and seasonal offerings.

MORE ABOUT THE STUDIOS

BRECKENRIDGE RECREATION CENTERYoga for all! 

970-453-1734/880 Airport Road

 The Breckenridge Recreation Center makes it easy for visitors and locals to drop in, with plenty of options to come out to play for just one day or every day.  offers Your day pass, punch pass or monthly membership  includes not only your yoga class but any other activity you’d like to try that day. In other words, it’s a convenient way for members of the family to get a yoga class as a free add on to a full day at the rec center with swimming, exercise or a selection of other activities. If you have a question about which admission or pass would best suit your needs, the Rec. Center’s friendly and knowledgeable guest service agents are happy to help.

 

META YOGA STUDIOSEmpowering people to find their Truth.

970-547-9642/118 South Ridge Street

Meta is constantly pushing the edge with new creative offerings in studio, on the mountain and even on the lake with the expansion of their SUP Yoga program. Studio Manager Leslie Ross emphasizes that Meta encourages students at every place in their yoga journey from beginner to expert and from those seeking a more meditative practice to the hardcore workout enthusiast. It’s Meta’s mission to provide an inspiring, safe, and supportive environment for students and teachers to explore and experience the authentic practices of Yoga. Meta also offers the serious yogi an opportunity to learn to teach with their 200-hour yoga teacher training certification.

 

BHAVA YOGA. An elevated wellness destination.

970-409-3375/505 S. Main Street, A5

Jenni Frank is the owner and founder of Bhava Yoga, Colorado’s only ski-in ski-out yoga studio. The word “Bhava” translates to mean a state of well-being. Jenni believes strongly that practicing Yoga gifts us a greater life and a stronger sense of self. When you walk into her yoga room, you will experience the best of yourself. Jenni has poured her heart and soul into this space, and she is humbled to have the opportunity to share the power of Yoga, connection, community, and what it truly means to be well. In addition to the yoga classes Bhava offers workshops, special events, and  seasonal cleanses designed to rejuvenate your health. Bhava also offers  Summit County’s newly certified yoga teachers, and opportunity to  build their yoga practice and teaching expertise. The Coummunity Class is half priced, and feedback is always welcome after class. All levels welcome.

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