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Yoga is a part of life for many here in Breckenridge, and classes are available to suit almost every yogic style and preference. Whether you’re looking for a flowy Vinyasa class, a gentle beginner or Yin class, or a heart-pounding heated class, we’ve got it all. Breckenridge even offers the chance to take your practice outdoors and soak up the views- try yoga on the lawn or stand-up paddle board (SUP) yoga on the Maggie pond throughout the summer. Find your balance and your new home for Yoga in Breckenridge. Namaste!
Yoga in Breckenridge
In the Studio
Meta Yoga Studios
Meta Yoga offers over 50 classes per week with around 15 main teachers. As the oldest dedicated yoga studio in Breckenridge and Summit County, Meta delivers a variety in yoga, wellness and fitness, with something for every body and experience level. Join them in studio or out on the water this summer for stand-up paddle board (SUP) yoga on the Maggie Pond!
Bhava Yoga is Colorado’s only ski-in ski-out yoga studio. The word “Bhava” translates to a state of well-being. Owner Jenni Frank 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, community classes and seasonal cleanses designed to rejuvenate your health.
Breckenridge Recreation Center
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. The Breck Rec Center offers day passes, punch passes or monthly memberships that include not only yoga classes, but any other activity you’d like to try. This is a great way to try something new or bring the whole family- just add a yoga class on to a full day at the rec center with swimming, exercise or a selection of other activities.
View the fitness class schedule.
Community Classes and Free Yoga
Bhava Yoga offers Summit County’s newly certified yoga teachers an opportunity to build their yoga practice and teaching expertise. This Community Class is half priced, and feedback is always welcome after class. All levels welcome.
Community Yoga at the Breckenridge Library
This hour-long class is designed to create an open, safe place for anyone who wants to stretch, breathe and experience a sense of community, connection and healing. This free class is for all ages and levels, and tea and snacks will be served at the end. Check the Library’s event schedule for up-to-date times and dates.
Free Yoga – Patagonia Store on Main St. (next to Clint’s)
Join Meta Yoga Studios every Wednesday for a free all levels yoga class from 8 – 9 am.
Take it Outside
Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga is fun, challenging and relaxing all wrapped up in an inspiring experience on the water. SUP yoga is accessible to everyone willing to step out of their comfort zone and practice yoga on a floating surface. Take your mountain yoga experience to the next level and join us on the water this summer! Meta Yoga Studios, Bhava Yoga and the Breckenridge Recreation Center all offer SUP classes on the Maggie pond and Lake Dillon throughout the summer months of June, July and August. Pre-registration is required for all classes as our classes fill up quickly. Private classes are also available- perfect for family trips or bachelor/bachelorette parties! Meta also offers SUP yoga on Rounds Pond on Saturdays and Sundays, behind the golf course, for a more serene location.
- What to bring: Wear comfortable clothes (yoga attire is very appropriate) and bring along sun protection (sunscreen, hat and sunglasses), a towel, clothing layers and a re-usable water bottle. There will be space on shore to keep your belongings and shoes in a safe and secure space. Board rental is included or BYOB for a cheaper price.
Yoga on the Lawn
Meta Yoga offers yoga classes in a variety of unique locations around Breckenridge like Carter Park, on the lawn in the Arts District and Old Masonic Hall on Main Street. Check out their events calendar for monthly and seasonal offerings.
Which Type of Yoga is Right for Me?
If you’re looking for: THE CLASSICS
Whether you’re 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 Align & 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.
If you’re looking for: THE WORKOUT
So you want to sweat? Meta Yoga’s Hot Power Flow class focuses on core strength and more challenging poses. Try the Pilates Lab or Elevate class 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.
If you’re looking to: RELAX AND UNWIND
Looking for the ultimate reset? Try Bhava’s Restore, a class crafted with stillness and recovery in mind. Or Meta offers Gentle Flow and Yin Yoga, 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.
If you’re looking for: BEGINNER, KIDS & SENIORS
The Breckenridge Recreation Center is the ideal place for any member of the family who wants to try their first yoga class. Most classes are gentle and extremely beginner friendly. Plus, the classes at the Rec Center are affordable.
Meta Yoga currently offers Yoga Alliance certified 200 hour foundational yoga teacher trainings, SUP yoga trainings, and will soon be offering Yoga Alliance certified 300 hour advanced yoga teacher trainings.
Their module style program allows you to go deeper into your yoga practice and teachings at your own pace. Broken into two parts, core and electives, Meta’s desire is to give you both the tools to find the great teacher within you as well as give you the flexibility to explore topics that are the most interesting and supporting to you.
Learn more about Meta Yoga Teacher Trainings
Bhava Yoga currently offers a Yoga Alliance certified 200-hour yoga teacher training.
At Bhava Yoga, they strive to provide quality yoga education for aspiring mountain yogis and visitors from around the globe. Bhava’s foundational 200-hour training is informative, dynamic, and designed to meet the needs of the students in attendance. Based on the theory and principles of Vinyasa yoga, their program is curated to educate students on the many facets of yoga. The progressive curriculum includes asana (postures), proper alignment, intelligent sequencing, the art of teaching yoga, pranayama (breathwork), and meditation. You will also look at the foundations of anatomy and physiology, how it applies to yoga asana and so much more!
Learn more about Bhava Yoga Teacher Trainings