Yoga Loft | Yoga Classes Boulder

At Yoga Loft, we offer a variety of yoga styles that are further defined and characterized by the instructor who teaches them. However, they all have a few things in common that make it a Yoga Loft class. Our instructors all have a very kind, mindful approach: never demanding, sometimes challenging, and always taught with gentle options in mind. Yoga Loft classes give students time to experience and deepen into the healing effects of the pose. Try a few different instructors to find the best fit for you. The entry level student new to yoga should start with slow Vinyasa One or Yin classes, while the more advanced student will be attracted to our heated and level two classes. Once you learn the basics and learn to listen to your body, you will find great benefit in the many unique classes we offer. Our aim is to provide meaningful instruction that can be helpful in everyday life...both physically, mentally and spiritually. Our yoga classes in Boulder are taught with options for modifications, and students are encouraged to approach their practice in a way that best suits their individual needs. For help in finding a class that is right for you, please ask! We'd love to help personalize and grow your yoga practice!

Vinyasa 1 - These classes are designed for the yoga practitioner who appreciates a flowing sequence of poses at a slower more contemplative pace. This allows one to deepen their practice through poses that offer gentle challenge while maintaining a flowing mindful quality. This class is oriented for the beginning student interested in developing a flowing asana yoga practice. See when Vinyasa 1 is offered

All Levels Vinyasa - Open to practitioners of all levels and abilities, these classes are the perfect opportunity to meet your practice exactly where it is...and grow! The instructors tailor each class to fit the students in the room, while providing plenty of opportunity for students to find their “edge.” This yoga class combines classical yoga teachings, healthy alignment and breathing techniques that calm the mind and open the heart while providing a physical practice that strengthens the body and promotes overall flexibility. See when All Levels Vinyasa is offered

Vinyasa 2 - This yoga class builds on our Vinyasa 1 and All Levels classes. To challenge students who have developed a good foundation, Vinyasa 2 introduces a layer of difficulty suitable for those who carefully listen to, and respect their body's limitations. Yoga students may experience a wider variety of postures and ultimately gain greater confidence through more challenging sequences and yoga asanas. See when Vinyasa 2 is offered

Wake Up and Flow! - Set your alarm! Its worth it! There is nothing like practicing yoga with the rising sun as it hits Boulder's majestic backdrop. It automatically sets a goal of inspiration for your day. Weather permitting we occasionally take these classes outside on our outdoor patio. Oriented for all levels, these classes are 60 minutes in length so you can get your workout in and get going with your day. Wake up and flow! See when Wake up and Flow is offered

Lunchtime Express - This 60-minute Vinyasa class is designed for all levels. The pace is moderate which allows time to deepen in the postures while giving your mind and body the complete experience it deserves. Lunchtime Flow is great for those on a time crunch but who still want to take in a complete practice. You will leave refreshed, restored, and ready for the second half of your day! See when Lunchtime Express is offered

Kundalini Yoga- The practice of Kundalini Yoga, handed down by Yogi Bhajan, works to balance the glandular system, strengthen the nervous system, and teaches you to harness the energy of the mind and the emotions. While Kundalini incorporates the use asana, mudra, pranayama, mantra (sound current) and meditation, each class has a particular focus which means techniques can vary over time. Suited for all levels, some classes are physically demanding, while others require more mental stamina. The ultimate purpose of Kundalini Yoga however, is to foster deep meditation and to elevate one’s consciousness and awareness. Come move your body, play and laugh! Connect with your breath, clear your mind and elevate your spirit! All are welcome—regardless of age, fitness level and experience.See when Kundalini Yoga is offered

Happy Hour - Welcome the weekend with a challenging all levels class supported by live music or Kirtan. This rockin' class will send you into the weekend with a renewed sense of energy and an uplifted spirit. Who knows… maybe we'll extend happy hour to one of our wonderful local restaurants! See when Happy Hour is offered

Power Yin Yoga - Experience the integration of many wisdom cultures through this transformational practice. Through strong slow holds integrating Yogic breathwork, you will discover a new way of going deeper into your body. “Power” refers to the depth and length of time postures are held. “Yin” refers to the quality of softness and opening that emerges through every breath to produce change. Power Yin Yoga combines these two elements to find physical intensity within in a trusting, nurturing and meditative experience. It is a satisfying practice that leaves you with a uniquely alive and grateful feeling in your body, heart, and mind.. See when Power Yin Yoga is offered

Yin, Yang & Yoke - Yoga means “to yoke" or join together. This is the guiding principle for this gentle theraputic class. In addition to brief seated meditation, the yoga itself is designed to be meditative and joining. The class combines the deep, calm stretch of yin yoga with just enough “yang yoga” to connect and yoke with your your peaceful Self. It is a wonderful way to bring your day to a close and/or set the goal of inner peace for the day to come. See when Yin, Yang and Yoke is offered

Forrest Yoga - Forrest Yoga was developed by Ana Forrest. Although it is renowned as an intensely physical and internally focused practice, Forrest Yoga does not require strength or flexibility; it only requires a willingness to learn how to feel authentically and respond honestly. Ana Forrest incorporated traditional yogic teachings with her experience in Native American Medicine to create a modern yoga practice for body, mind & Spirit. The class uses deep, vigorous breathing throughout. Warm-up includes amazing core exercises and, generally, the poses are held longer than in other classes. Basic moves, like relaxing the neck, are included and help to carry the transformative experience off the mat and into daily life.See when Forrest Yoga is offered

Yin Yoga - This class uses the more passive nature of yoga. Each posture is enjoyed for a longer time (typically 3 to 5 minutes) in a nourishing and supportive manner. With breath as guide, Yin Yoga takes the practitioner deeper in to the body's connective tissue where it can be unwound and released. This practice is appropriate for all levels and is designed to help you slow down and soften. See when Yin Yoga is offered

Warm Vinyasa - This class is heated, but not hot. It is designed for those who enjoy a little more external heat and humidity to facilitate a healthy, active sweat. In general, Vinyasa-style yoga classes flow from one pose to the next in synchronicity with the breath. The teacher adds his or her own specialty and perspective on a powerful flow, while the additional layer of warmth in the room helps the body’s tissues relax and release. It also provides a detoxifying release for the body and mind. See when Warm Vinyasa is offered

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