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About Unlimited Yoga

About Unlimited Yoga



About Unlimited Yoga

About Unlimited Yoga



Unlimited Yoga


To increase the impact of yoga & meditation in our world by connecting people with yoga and mindful living teachers and businesses to bring about physical, mental, and emotional health and wellness.


To build health equity in Colorado by further creating opportunities for all people to benefit from yoga, meditation and a mindful lifestyle.


Create space – We believe that creating space for self-care in our daily lives is necessary to achieving health and wellness.

Consistent Action – We believe that a regular yoga and meditation practice produces powerful effects on people’s physical, mental, and emotional health.

Active Kindness  – We believe we can create positive change through acts of kindness, volunteerism, and by supporting organizations that do meaningful work to foster wellness amongst under-served populations. By focusing on bettering the lives of others, we give our lives meaning, which has been proven to be a foundational element of happiness. 




Lynn founded UnlimitedYoga.com in 2014 to serve as a community resource for the Greater Denver Area. Since its inception, Unlimited Yoga's goal has been to make yoga affordable and accessible to people who already understand the benefits of yoga, and to anyone willing to give it a try. 

Over the years, Lynn has evolved Unlimited Yoga to include additional information services related to yoga and mindfulness on the Front Range. She aims to self-empower people to get onto their mats to experience the transformational benefits of yoga and meditation. 

At its core, Unlimited Yoga serves as a connector in the community to introduce people to new and interesting yoga and mindful experiences. 

Lynn Koves has lived in Denver since 2010.  She loves Colorado the most for its clear blue skies (even on the coldest of days), mountain views, active lifestyle, and entrepreneurial spirit.  

She completed her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in February of 2017 at Kindness Yoga in Denver under the instruction of Jack Cuneo and Ellen Kaye. 

Lynn currently teaches yoga at Übergrippen Indoor Climbing Crag in East Denver and around the city for special events.


Lynn Koves, Unlimited Yoga


What Teachers are saying...

I teach donation yoga on Tuesdays at Twisted Sister Yoga in Park Hill and I have seen a handful of people that found us through you. THANK YOU! I love seeing fresh faces in my classes. Especially beginner yogis :)
— Addison Gumbert, Owner of Karma Kosha - Mindful Meetups
Unlimited Yoga has been a great way for us to spread the word about Yoga for the People and help us find new students for our donation-based yoga classes, which are fundraisers for our mission. Lynn’s site is also a great conduit to let people see the work we do, which is to bring yoga to the people.
— Craig Pollitt, Board Member with Yoga for the People
I just started teaching yoga March of 2017 and I am new to Denver. With the help of Unlimited Yoga my donation based classes at RiNo Yoga Social are consistently growing. UY is a great place for people to learn about the new and growing studio, RiNo Yoga Social. There are some classes where 3 or 4 people are referred by Unlimited yoga alone. Thanks Lynn for helping new teachers and making yoga more accessible to all!
— Tiffany Adams, Kindred Yogis
As a newbie to Denver, this was an incredible way for me to promote my classes and gain some traction in a new community. I had lots of students find me from Unlimited Yoga...it’s such a great resource. :)
— Molly Bryn, Yoga Teacher
Your website has already brought me 6 new students! So awesome thanks again!
— Gina Sedano, Founder at Silk Siren Aerial Yoga
Thanks to Lynn at Unlimited Yoga, I have had the pleasure of welcoming many new yogis into my Wednesday evening All Levels Vinyasa class! It’s wonderful to welcome fresh faces into our class each week and expand upon our community. Thank you for spreading the word Lynn!
— Rachel Fugate, Teacher at Intuition Healing Center
As teacher who is new to Denver via Chicago, working with Lynn at Unlimited Yoga has helped continuously drive new students to my classes. Just this week, 5 out of 11 new students heard about my Monday night Gentle Vinyasa/Restorative class at RiNo Yoga Social through the weekly Unlimited Yoga email. Not only has this given me the opportunity to meet new students, but it has also resulted in a significant increase in donations. Unlimited yoga has been a huge help in marketing my classes and building a client base in the Denver area.
— Kelsey Bednar, Teacher at RiNo Yoga Social

Bilingual Yoga & Yoga in Spanish

Bilingual Yoga & Yoga in Spanish


Bilingual Yoga & Yoga in Spanish

Bilingual Yoga & Yoga in Spanish


Bilingual Yoga & Yoga in SPANISH

For our SPanish speaking friends and neighbors, And those interested in experiencing yoga in Spanish ~ we're here to help make that happen

These classes require no previous experience, and welcome people of all ages, genders, and nationalities. 

Denver Botanic Gardens, Central Denver

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Join Bilingual Yoga teacher & Renaissance Woman Noemi Nuñez at the beautiful Denver Botanic Gardens.


Cultivate Health, in Northwest Denver 


Cultivate Health is a Regis University program supported by a grant from the Colorado Health Foundation, to enhance wellness in the environments where people live, work, and play. They "strive to support the health and wellness of more than 14,500 residents living in the multi-generational, mixed-income community adjacent to Regis by creating infrastructure, programming and increasing access to healthy food."

 Learn more about this week's classes here.


La Casita Community House, in Southwest Denver 

La Casita Community House is an educ-active space located at 3790 Morrison Road, in Southwest Denver. La Casita provides high-quality exercise classes, yoga, support groups, music, and academic classes in southwest Denver, in Spanish or bilingual.  

La Casita ofrece ejercicios de alta calidad, grupos de apoyo, música y clases académicas en el suroeste de Denver, en español o bilingüe.  La Casita está dirigida por la comunidad y para la comunidad. Nuestras clases include Zumba, Aerobic, Música, Tae-kwon-do, GED en español, Dance, Yoga, y mucho más. 

Calendario de clases aqui.


VivirYoga Project: Yoga Para Todos & Kids YogArt, in Southwest Denver

VivirYoga Project, founded by Adriana Rondón-Rivero, is all about movement, art, yoga, and storytelling. She serves children, youth, and adults.

Visit her Facebook Event page for more information on upcoming adult yoga in Spanish classes at the Southwest Improvement Council and other places in southwest Denver. 

Clases bilingües de YogArt para Niños con Adriana Rondón-Rivero: Yoga, Arte, Movimiento y Cuentos. Un espacio creativo y divertido para que los niños se acerquen al bello mundo del Yoga y el Arte Consciente.


CO Asana Yoga Collective, Various Locations

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CO Asana Yoga Collective is a collective of 4 yoga instructors with the mission to bring innovative and accessible yoga to our Denver community via donation based classes held throughout the city.

"Yoga Bilingue" teacher, Michelle Smith, was born in Quito, Ecuador and is a native Spanish speaker.  You can find her at a few yoga studios around Denver:

Elevate Yoga off Colfax Avenue in the  Park Hill neighborhood - Check out their schedule here.  


UnlimitedYoga.com is not affiliated with these organizations in any formal capacity. We simply appreciate what they do and want to spread the word so more people can benefit.

Your body exists in the past and your mind exists in the future. In yoga, they come together in the present.
— B.K.S. Iyengar

Adaptive Yoga

Adaptive Yoga


Adaptive Yoga

Adaptive Yoga


Adaptive Yoga

For our FRIENDS With Disabilities and mobility Restrictions, We're here for you.

Each of the following organizations offer yoga classes specializing in guiding people with various kinds of disabilities, mobility restrictions, and traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Please reach out to them for more information on their offerings, teachers, and class times.

Samadhi Center for Yoga, various locations throughout Denver

Samadhi Center for Yoga Denver - Adaptive Yoga

Samadhi Center For Yoga & Meditation is one Denver's longest running yoga studios.  Samadhi offers a wide range of yoga experiences for practitioners of all levels and abilities, including Adaptive Yoga. 

Adaptive Yoga at Samadhi is for almost anyone with a mobility restriction, including those with Spinal Cord Injuries, Amputated Limbs, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Brain Injuries and Arthritis. (Please contact Samadhi with questions.)

Currently, Samadhi offers Adaptive Yoga twice a week: Tuesday's and Thursday's at 1:30 p.m.. To learn more about their classes, logistics, and teachers, please visit their website


The River, Central Denver

The River offers Adaptive Yoga & "Deep Stretch and Meditation" classes to deliver on their vision "to create the best yoga experience possible for everyBODY and all walks of life."

The River's Adaptive classes are created for people who experience: Paralysis (full or partial), Amputation, Head Injury, Spinal Chord Injury, Arthritis, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Spine Injury, Parkinson’s, or are recovering from surgery or stroke. 

Currently, The River offers Adaptive Yoga twice a week: Sunday's at noon, and Tuesday's at 10:30 a.m. To learn more about The River's adaptive programming, and pre-register for classes, please visit their website


Craig Hospital, Englewood

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Craig Hospital is a world-renowned rehabilitation hospital that exclusively specializes in the neuro-rehabilitation and research of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Craig is a not-for-profit, free-standing, national center of excellence that has treated more than 31,000 patients with SCI and TBI since 1956. 

Adaptive Yoga classes are held at The PEAK Center, an "adaptive health and wellness center dedicated to empowering individuals with neurologic disabilities such as spinal cord injury, brain injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, stroke and many more conditions to maximize their quality of life through knowledge and activity."  Outside of yoga, they also offer activity-based personal training, FES bikes, acquatic therapy, and group exercise.  Contact the Craig Hospital team for more information on their Adaptive Yoga classes. 


SCI Recovery Project, North Denver 

SCI Recovery Project - Adaptive Yoga

SCI Recovery Project is an exercise and integrated recovery center with the mission to, "inspire hope, independence, and recovery,  SCI Recovery Project strives to optimize the level of physical and emotional wellness for those impacted by spinal cord injury through progressive, evidence-based adaptive exercise techniques, alternative health and wellness programs, and the cultivation of creative community partnerships."

To apply to be a part of their program, or to be in touch with their program director for more details on Adaptive Yoga, click here


Colorado Neurological Institute, Englewood 

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The Mission of Colorado Neurological Institute is to improve the quality of life for people with neurological conditions. 

CNI offers patients from the region and other states access to comprehensive, state-of-the-art care:  support groups, clinical trials, outpatient neurological rehabilitation, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, counseling and more.

To learn more about their Adaptive Yoga program, visit their website


Chanda Plan Foundation, Lakewood 

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Chandra Plan Foundation is dedicated to "improving the quality of life for persons with physical disabilities".

At the Chandra Center for Health, they provide acupuncture, massage, adaptive yoga, chiropractic care, care coordination and behavioral health services for people with spinal chord injuries, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, brain injury, and Spina Bifida. 

For more information on their services, including Adaptive Yoga, please contact the Chanda Plan Foundation. 


UnlimitedYoga.com is not affiliated with these organizations in any formal capacity. We simply appreciate what they do and want to spread the word so more people can benefit.

Big thank you to Tommy Hinojos with Colorado Adaptive Yoga for his guidance and help compiling this list. 

Your body exists in the past and your mind exists in the future. In yoga, they come together in the present.
— B.K.S. Iyengar


Volunteer with us



Volunteer with us






Off The Mat Colorado, in collaboration with Off the Mat, Into the World makes service fun, easy and accessible to the yoga community. 

Provide, prepare, and serve breakfast for the youth of Urban Peak. Urban Peak is a non-profit organization in Denver that provides a full convergence of services for youth experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of experiencing homelessness in Denver and Colorado Springs.

Join Off The Mat Colorado in preparing and serving breakfast for the youth on Saturday, June 2nd from 8:30 - to 10:30 a.m.  Sign up here  and bring a friend, too! 

Project Helping is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Aurora, CO. Project Helping organizes and leads group volunteer events to leverage the benefits that helping others has on mental wellness. 

Volunteer in and around Denver a one-off basis with Project Helping. They have multiple opportunities a week to help out. Check out their calendar, here. (If you go, let me know!) 

VolunteerMatch make it easy for good people and good causes to connect. 

VolunteerMatch currently has over 1,000 open volunteer opportunities listed in the Denver and Boulder area. Check out their open volunteer positions today.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has.
— Margaret Mead


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Studios Near Me

Yoga Studios Near Me

Studios Near Me

Yoga Studios Near Me

Denver & Boulder AREA YOga STudios 

Sometimes, the yoga studio for you is the one that's closest.

We created this Google Maps tool to help locate the studios closest to your home, work & commute.

Have a studio to add? Please shoot me an email at lynn@unlimitedyoga.com



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Frequently Asked Questions



Frequently Asked Questions


There are a lot of misconceptions about yoga: who it's for (everyone), Why its beneficial (Because...wellness), and if you need to be flexible (no). 


Some FAQs to Guide your Way

What is yoga?

The word “yoga” comes from ancient sanskrit text. It is a root of the word “yuj” which in modern day practice is interpreted as union. Yoga is the union of the mind, body, and spirit. Yoga is so much more than asanas - or yoga poses. It stretches beyond the West’s idea of exercise as solely physical. Meditation and breathing are a huge component of yoga, and when the three are practiced together, that is when there begins a unity within yourself.

Why do people practice yoga?

Everyone comes to yoga for different reasons. It could be as simple as wanting to gain strength and flexibility, or as a way to start on a healthier lifestyle path. Yoga is also a great tool to deal with emotional constraints and is proven as an effective way of dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD and even addiction.

There are a multitude of benefits that a regular yoga practice can give you and these include (but are not limited to): increased flexibility, increased muscle tone, improved energy, weight reduction/maintenance, posture correction, improved bone health, increase of blood flow, stress reduction, helps you focus, aids sleep, prevents IBS and other similar digestive problems, promotes inner strength, helps fight allergies, and makes you happier. And this isn’t even the tip of the iceberg!

Is yoga a religion?

Contrary to popular believe, yoga is not a religion. Yoga grew from the ancient Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India more than 5,000 years ago and although it was mentioned in various religious texts since its creation, yoga itself is not a religion.

Modern yoga was introduced to the western world in the mid 1900s, and grew extremely popular due to the myriad of benefits it gives to its practitioners. Although there is a spiritual, rather than religious, aspect to yoga - this is an option, and not a requirement when you practice.

What should I wear?

Wearing tighter fitting clothing over loose fitting clothing is suggested. This is due to the variety of positions  yoga has to offer.

Take downward dog - a very common pose, and almost always makes an appearance in class. If you were to wear a loose fitting shirt, you can be guaranteed it will act as a mask during downward dog - preventing you to take in clean oxygen when practicing your pranayama (don’t worry, you’ll learn).

What should I bring?

This is one of the most important questions. The main things that are a must when coming to yoga class is: a mat (although you can usually rent them if you don’t have your own), a water bottle, an open mind, and a smile. 

Who is yoga for?

As cliche as it sounds - yoga truly is for everybody. Because yoga is such a diverse practice, there are modifications available for everyone. Denver also has classes for absolutely all demographics - kids, teenagers, adults, moms, pregnant women and the disabled. If you’re thinking about trying it, you must!

What if I'm not flexible?

It's okay! One instructor once said that the more inflexible you are, the easier yoga is - and that instructor was right. The less flexible you are, the less into the pose you need to get to reap the benefits and feel the stretch. Still don’t believe it? The entire practice of yoga is noncompetitive. It is a journey between yourself and your practice. You do whatever feels right for YOU.

Are there different styles?

Oh boy - the styles of yoga abound. You can find anything from the traditional Hatha yoga, to Vinyasa, Kundalini, Power, Yin, Aerial, Stand-Up Paddleboard, Blindfolded. You name it, yoga has it!


How it works

How it works


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what people are saying...

Unlimited Yoga is simply the best guide for finding free and donation-based yoga classes in Denver. After dealing with the expenses of a move to a new state, it was relieving to find such an extraordinary resource. More importantly, the classes and volunteer opportunities I have participated in through Unlimited Yoga have helped me in my transition to a new place.
— Zoe D.
I am a retired teacher and can’t collect my pension until January. Unlimited Yoga has helped me try out yoga studios all over town! If it wasn’t for your site, I would just take the classes at Denver recreation centers, as I have been doing for the past seven or eight years.
— Martha G.
I really appreciate the service you’ve provided by listing places people can go to learn yoga for free or by donation. I’ve found it to be so wonderful and helpful in my life. It’s especially helpful for folks like me who are low-income that want to learn but just don’t have the income usually required to take classes. Also, I really appreciate the other things/information you’ve included in your weekly email regarding recommended books and websites, for example, the Oprah Winfrey/Deepak Chopra free online meditation program.
— Anna C.
I moved to Denver in April and I have been attending yoga regularly for the first time in my life thanks to your help, and I’m loving it! I’ve lost a
little bit of weight and my focus has improved as well. I feel great! I really appreciate the time you put into this, thank you so much.
— Sophie P.
Thanks for this weekly update! Access to free yoga classes throughout Boulder has essentially laid the foundation for my own practice! Finances were always the main barrier between me and taking yoga classes, so I truly appreciate it! I make it to Prana ~2-3 times per week and love the community there!
— Mickey R.


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