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Living in Colorado gives you access to some of the most qualified, sought after yoga teachers and programs in the country. We know that living here is mostly about taking full advantage of the great outdoors but we get our share of snow days and bodies that beg for recovery. 

 

We have compiled a list of some of our favorite studios and why. Happy flowing. 

 

Corepower Yoga – a Colorado based company Corepower Yoga changed the game in the yoga industry and became the largest yoga studio chain in the country with over 200 studios. They offer a solid range of class types (mostly heated) and high quality instructors nationwide. With ample studios in Colorado, a membership at Corepower has the flexibility most buys look for. 

 

For studio locations and class times click here. 

 

Yoga Pod – their first studio based in Boulder, Colorado, took the yoga scene by storm by recruiting some of the top instructors in the industry and creating a culture that was felt and appreciated by all its members. A wide array of class offerings gives room for all levels. Yoga Pod also boasts a handful of studios throughout Colorado and has expanded to several states across the country. 

 

For studio locations and class times click here. 

 

O2 Life – based in Aspen, Colorado. O2 Life doubles as a yoga/pilates studio and day spa destination. If you find yourself in Aspen and looking to pamper yourself on all levels O2 Life should be a stop on your trip. 

 

For more information and class times visit here.

 

YogaSix offers 6 different class tops from hot and powerful to slow and mindful. Their teachers are trained under their YogaSix methodology to provide consistent instruction for all levels. With multiple locations throughout the center of Denver, YogaSix is another great option. 

 

For studio locations and class times visit here. 

 

There are so many incredible studios throughout Colorado! We recommend getting an idea of what type of yoga you are looking for and heading for a Google Search. Online reviews can typically be trusted so check them out for feedback! 

 

Most studios will have websites that offer class descriptions and times, experience level, heat and humidity settings and what to expect and what to bring for your class. Do your homework for the best experience! 

ClassPass is another great resource for studios, reviews, locations and best deals.