Yoga & Fitness Classes
All classes are 60-minutes unless noted otherwise
Power Flow Yoga Level 1
During this class you'll learn the fundamentals of vinyasa flow, build a strong foundation for your practice and set yourself up for success. This class moves at a moderate pace as you will connect breath to movement, while focusing on alignment.
Power Flow Yoga Level 2
Sweat it out! This Level 2 Power Flow class connects breath to movement in a faster pace class with challenging postures, creative movement and postures to help strengthen, balance and cleanse your body. So roll out your mat, plug into movement and sweat it out.
Restorative Yoga with Sound Bath
This class will guide you through a sequence of yin postures that are held anywhere from 3-5 minutes, allowing you to work deeper than the muscular tissue, into the fascia, the deep connective tissue that supports your major muscle groups. This class includes an extended savasana with a crystal sound bowl "Sound Bath," promoting healing and relaxation for your mind, body, and spirit.
Beginner Acro Yoga
This class is an introduction to AcroYoga, a mix of partner acrobatics and yoga postures. This class helps you to build strength and trust within yourself as well as your partner. Bring a friend or come alone and make a friend. Roll out your mat and prepare to fly!
Total Core Workout - 30min burn
Never underestimate the importance of a strong core! Whether it's holding you upright as you're reading this or powering you through long climbs and tough workouts, your body's core enables pretty much every move you make. This class targets each section of your core through a variety of exercises designed to strengthen your abdomen and back muscles while increasing your flexibility and balance.
This is an all levels class with an energetic, flowing series of interconnected postures synchronized with breath. In a Vinyasa class, students awaken their inner strength, energy, flexibility, and balance in a fun atmosphere. Every practice is intended to be a complete experience, leaving you centered, grounded, and refreshed.
This circuit fitness class is tailored to all fitness levels. It is a combination of endurance, strength and flexibility training designed to help you reach your fitness goals! Come join us!
Prepare for a full-body workout. Yoga Circuit incorporates strength and balance exercises into a high energy yoga class. Expect to increase your heart rate with core, isometric/body weight exercises, and a little cardio! Upbeat tunes and high-fives will be sure to keep your sprits up!
This is an all levels class that combines the discipline of a more traditional Hatha Yoga practice with the movement & flow of a Power or Vinyasa class. With a strong focus on low body strength and core stability, Fusion Yoga is the perfect class to take before or after climbing. In this class, you will learn to use mental focus and physical body engagement to cultivate balance both on and off your mat.
Kickboxing - 45min
If you like punching air and sweating to a fun, choreographed class, then Kickboxing is for you! Kickboxing combines martial arts techniques with fast-paced cardio for a fun and efficient workout that helps you build stamina, burn fat, and create lean muscle.
Chris Browning was born and raised in Colorado, and has now lived in Fort Collins for six years. After years of delving into activities such as rock climbing, hiking, and backpacking his path finally led him to yoga. Since his first class, Chris has fallen deeply in love with practicing yoga on his mat and even more with practicing it off his mat. This practice has led him to becoming an instructor and through this he has realized that he has found something that he has been searching for his entire life – a way of sharing energy with one another to continuously elevate a since of presence and love throughout the community.
Chris teaches both beginner and intermediate Vinasa flow classes as well as yoga with weights. During a typical class he will focus on breath, presence, compassion, and fully finding a mind-body connection. The intention of all of Chris’s classes is to leave feeling elevated and with a smile on your face.
Jessy is a Colorado native and has been practicing yoga for about 15 years. After having kids, yoga became a part of her daily life which quickly led to completing a 200 hour RYT training in 2012. Jessy loves to teach vinyasa flow and restorative yoga that focuses on staying present, challenging yourself and having fun. In addition to teaching public classes, in 2016 Jessy started her own company, Colorado Corporate Yoga, bringing yoga into the workplace to manage a healthy mindset.
When she’s not teaching or taking yoga Jessy can be found with her family, riding bikes, climbing, running, cooking and eating, taking pictures, or enjoying the beautiful Colorado weather.
Circuit Fitness Instructor
I have been in the fitness industry for 15 years; have coached Crossfit, Olympic lifting, endurance training, weight lifting, strength training and people in all walks of life.
With my wife, son and our black lab, I enjoy backpacking, fishing, archery, playing the guitar, traveling and eating tasty, plant-based food.
Kim’s yoga journey began when she took her first Tae-Kwon Do class at the age of seven. She became a Tae-Kwon Do instructor at eleven, and quickly discovered her love for teaching. After well over a decade of practice, Kim had gained both mental discipline and physical awareness that helped her when she stepped into her first yoga class in 2010. At the end of that class she walked to the front desk and bought a membership; she was in love! She found a freedom in simply being with herself, in actively setting aside the stresses of life. In early 2013, Kim decided it was time to combine her love of yoga with her love of teaching. She finished her 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training that March at Elan Yoga and Fitness in Fort Collins, Colorado. In 2015 she moved to Auckland, New Zealand, deciding to get her 500 Hour Teacher Training Certificate with Jayayoga.
Kim encourages each student to tune in to their personal experience and invite whatever they need into their practice, finding a balance between effort and easefulness in each posture. Her goal is always to lead a class that meets each student wherever they are in their own journey.
Shelby began practicing yoga in autumn of 2012 and fell in love with all things yoga after her very first class. After strengthening her practice for about a year and a half, an instructor she admired very much sparked Shelby’s interest in Teacher Training, and she was enrolled in just a few weeks. Shelby graduated from the CorePower Yoga 200-hr Hot Power Fusion Teacher Training Program in the spring of 2014 – the same time she graduated from CSU – and was hired as an instructor a few months later.
Shelby’s path as a yoga instructor started slow, as she taught just one or two classes a week. However, with an open heart and a lot of manifestation, she has continued to be presented with more opportunities to teach, take, and learn more about yoga. She now teaches various styles and is always seeking more education and opportunity.
Shelby believes that yoga has the power and ability to be whatever a student needs it to be in any given moment, and she’s witnessed that power in her own life.
Rachel is a student studying psychology at Colorado State University. She is involved in a variety of extracurricular activities including being a member of a Jewish sorority, volunteering for a cognitive psychology research lab and an active member of the CSU rock climbing team.
Rachel’s yoga experience started 5 years ago. At the time she had just been diagnosed with a rare nervous system condition that made everyday living a challenge. So she wasn’t sure if yoga was meant for her. But after attending only a couple of classes she quickly realized that was not the case. It was amazing to have found a judgement free setting that fostered strength in both physical and mental aspects while simultaneously encouraging students to take things at their own pace.
Fast forward two years later when Rachel was introduced to rock climbing upon starting her Freshman year of college. After climbing only a couple of times she joined her collegiate rock climbing team and found that her background in yoga made her a more confident rock climber. Today, Rachel wants to use yoga as an outlet to help students of all levels gain confidence in themselves as well as in their yoga and climbing abilities.
Pam Lundeberg is a doctoral student in Applied Health Psychology at Colorado State University and is originally from Corvallis, Oregon, where she earned both her bachelor’s degree and master’s degree at Oregon State University (go beavs!) before moving to Colorado in 2014.
Pam is an American Council on Exercise (ACE) certified group fitness instructor, and she has been teaching group fitness classes since 2014. She has taught a variety of modalities including battle ropes, TABATA, bootcamp, cycling, and – of course – kickboxing. Pam also teaches the Fitness Instructor Training (FIT) course at CSU. When Pam isn’t teaching fitness or climbing, you can usually find her hiking, cuddling with her dog, and/or cheering for the Pats (sorry, Broncos fans!).
Kenyon has been practicing yoga for 8 years. It became a physical outlet for him as he transitioned away from organized sports. Initially, the physical benefits attracted him the most as he began to see changes in his body. It was also a perfect balance for the other passions he was developing in rock climbing and mountain biking. Eventually, the philosophy intrigued him when he continued to dive deeper into the practice. As the physical benefits helped to relieve pain in his body, the philosophy he learned helped to shape his perspective on life.
In 2011, he traveled to India to attend a 200 hour Hatha yoga teacher training. He has been teaching since then and has developed a love for bringing yoga to as many people as he can. He has experience teaching Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin styles of yoga. Throughout his classes, Kenyon focuses on finding balance, proper alignment, and the development of breath while moving mindfully with the body. He currently teaches Vinyasa Flow, Yin, and Hatha style classes in Fort Collins.
Megan recently moved to Colorado from Venice Beach, Ca after craving a retreat from the city. Her love for the mountains, rock climbing, and a more adventurous environment landed her in Fort Collins. Before Venice, Megan had been backpacking around the world for three years. While abroad, she immersed herself in many different cultures where she learned alternative styles of healing, Yoga, and spiritual practices. As she continued to travel, she was inspired to build her own practice, taking what worked for her from various ancient and contemporary traditions. Megan has been trained in guided meditation, sound therapy, energy healing, and of course, Yoga. Her intention is to share with her community the healing benefits of the mind/body/spirit connection through breath, movement, and sound. She hopes to integrate these traditions into people’s busy lives to help them find not only peace and relaxation, but a sense of personal empowerment.
Shelby started practicing yoga 8 years ago and after seeing how it improved every aspect of her life, she knew she wanted to teach. Through yoga, Shelby has found how to live in the present moment. Her classes focus on the breath, connecting the mind and the body, while cultivating intention, balance and strength. Her classes work to empower others, to leave them feeling restored and rejuvenated. Yoga is Shelby’s greatest passion, along with nutrition, music, skiing, rock climbing, and hiking. 200 hr RYT and an ACSM certified exercise physiologist, Shelby’s goal is to help people live a healthier life so that they can live to the fullest.