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Unlimited Yoga Produces YOGA + PLANTS, A Summer Yoga Series

Yoga + Plants

In the summer of 2017 Unlimited Yoga evolved from an online resource only, to organizing a few in-person yoga events, including the summer yoga series, YOGA + PLANTS.

YOGA + PLANTS was created with the vision of combining two healthful activities - yoga & plants, to create fun experiences that bring the yoga community together to plant seeds, (literally and figuratively) for a life, diet and home filled with plants and flowers.

To make things even better, 10% of proceeds from the yoga events were donated and re-invested back into the community by supporting Urban Peak, a local shelter for youth in Denver and Boulder who are either homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.

The series, by design, was a collaborative effort between Lynn at Unlimited Yoga, professional gardener Eric Rooney of Rooney Bloom, studio owners Jessica Lyn Young and Brett Rezek of Evolve Yoga Denver, and a handful of rockstar up-and-coming yoga teachers (Addison Gumbert, Tiffany Adams, Aly Ballow, Jaclyn Fu, and Emily Tella).

Proudly sponsored by Stillwater Brands, doTERRA Essential oils and Beekeepers Naturals, between and May and the end of July, attendees of YOGA + PLANTS enjoyed yoga, smoothies, and plant-based learning and activities from gardener Eric on topics such as -

Indoor plants that require little to no sunlight: 

Yoga + Plants: Indoor Plants Day

Gardening 101 and how to keep various plants alive and thriving:

Yoga + Plants: Gardening 101

The importance of protecting bees and how we can help:

Yoga + Plants: Saving the Bees day

The medicinal properties of plants, including cannabis:

Cannabis Day at Yoga + Plants

How to arrange flowers to create beautiful arrangements:

Floral Arrangement class at Yoga + Plants

About smudging, and the materials to create your own herbal incense:

Yoga + Plants: DIY Incense Day

The mechanics of terrariums to foster plants, including a succulent terrarium project:

Succulent Terrarium Day at Yoga + Plants

About air plants, the simplicity of taking care of them, and a DIY old picture frame project:

Yoga + Plants: DIY Air Plant Project

Enjoying the relaxing nature of lavender flowers, along with lavender snacks and the materials to create a lavender-infused spray to use before bed or anytime:

Lavender Day at the Grow Denver for Yoga + Plants

To hear about future Unlimited Yoga events, including YOGA + PLANTS, subscribe to Unlimited Yoga’s weekly Denver and Boulder email newsletters. 

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The Evolution of Evolve Yoga Denver

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After a couple years of beach living and studying at the Miami Life Center under Patrick Nolan, Evolve founder Jessica Lyn Young fulfilled a long time desire to live in the mountains when she moved to Colorado in summer of 2015. Her past life as a busy executive in the chaotic NYC fashion industry couldn’t be more different than the calm and laid back Denver atmosphere; Exactly the kind of environment for which Jessica was searching. Denver seemed the perfect spot for establishing her dream Rocket Shala. With not a single Rocket studio within a hundred miles, Jessica accepted the challenge: establish a Denver Rocket culture by creating a home for Ashtangis. A place to share her love for Ashtanga yoga, teach through her passion of Rocket and create a more balanced, calm and rewarding life for herself in the Rocky Mountain Region.

Hidden directly in the center of the quickly developing Green Mile on South Broadway district, Jessica found the ideal area to introduce a new wave of yogi style to the Denver scene. The conversion of the Evolve Shala from dilapidated framing shop to gleaming yoga studio was a 5 month challenge, but well worth the wait for a June 2016 Grand Opening. With the addition of the Evolve Community Garden summer of 2017, the Evolve shala has transformed into a welcoming home for yogis and gardeners alike. A place to meditate, practice, study and share, the Shala is an oasis of calm surrounded by city blocks of concrete jungle. Once inside the garden walls, it’s easy to forget that this green and lush space secretly sits on the bustling Broadway Avenue.

Recently acquiring a business partner has been essential to the progression and continued growth of the Evolve space because as everyone knows, running a business alone is a daunting challenge. Allowing for Jessica to spend more time studying and perfecting her practice in order to be the most effective Rocket teacher possible, Brett Rezek joined on to manage the ‘non-yoga’ aspects of the operation. A long time student herself, but not a teacher, Brett’s passion for yoga was inspiration enough to join the Shala. Wanting to share her new found love of Rocket, Brett is excited to create, alongside Jessica, not just another yoga studio, but a third space where her native Colorado community can practice together, grow food, relax, share stories, and become a family.  

This post was co-authored by Jessica Lyn Young and Brett Rezek, owners of Evolve Yoga Denver. Evolve Yoga Denver, located on South Broadway in Denver is an Ashtanga-based yoga studio with Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Rocket, Yin and other regularly scheduled yoga classes.



Denver’s First and Only Rocket Studio - Evolve Yoga Denver

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Ever wondered, what is Rocket?

Rocket is a condensed form of the traditional Ashtanga series which consist of 90 poses in 90 minutes, a vinyasa between each pose. Recognizing that the modern westerner doesn’t have the time or necessarily the strength to complete the entire 90 minutes of the Ashtanga Primary series, in the 80’s, Larry Schultz created a shorter class which was later dubbed Rocket by Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead because “It gets you there faster.”

Bottle Rocket is an accessible and comfortable class for all levels and is accompanied by music. Traditional Ashtanga practice does not contain music, but rather focuses on the sound of breath. For a student new to Ashtanga, Bottle Rocket is the best way to adjust to the meticulous Ashtanga style in a more modern way. 

Evolve Yoga Denver is the first and only Rocket-based studio in the Denver area. Popularized on the continental coasts, Rocket has yet to find a grand following throughout the country. It is however one of the fastest growing forms of yoga and for good reason. Rocket is intensly cleansing, promotes visible growth in your practice, contains fun and challenging inverted postures and maintains a strong traditional foundation, honoring one of the oldest forms of Indian yoga: Ashtanga.

This post was co-authored by Jessica Lyn Young and Brett Rezek, owners of Evolve Yoga Denver. Evolve Yoga Denver, located on South Broadway in Denver is an Ashtanga-based yoga studio with Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Rocket, Yin and other regularly scheduled yoga classes.



The Basics of Ashtanga Yoga

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Ashtanga yoga is a meticulous practice popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois as a modern form of traditional Indian yoga. The quintessential power yoga, Ashtanga poses are meant to purify the body and mind by generating a detoxifying, internal heat. With synchronized breath and movement, not only does the mind find a deeper focus, but the muscles strengthen and tone with each posture. The countless vinyasas throughout the series also contributes to the overall fitness aspect of the practice.

Ashtanga flows are a structured class of repeated vinyasas and power poses including several inversions (poses where your head is beneath your heart) and seated positions. The room is not heated, and there are no weights. It's just you, your mat, and the wall for support if need be.

Ashtanga is a get strong fast, cardio type yoga, for people who want a challenge, and are okay with structure and routine. But like any class on the mat, the challenge comes from within. You can just as easily cheat your body and mind out of an incredible, detoxifying and strengthening experience. Ashtanga IS for everyone, but is not for quitters. Is not for the lazy, nor is it a ‘relaxing’ hour of stretches. It is a challenge, it is powerful and it is strength building.

Traditional Ashtangis have high expectations for their practice, but the Ashtanga series patiently teaches perfection and self improvement, starting with the most important part of yoga: the breath. After learning to breathe – something we could all work on – yogic postures become more attainable, maybe even more comfortable. Breathing through vinyasas and subsequent, consistent poses is the perfect metaphor for breathing through life challenges. With breath control, we calm our minds and relax the body: A better position with which to approach any number of challenges.

This post was co-authored by Jessica Lyn Young and Brett Rezek, owners of Evolve Yoga Denver. Evolve Yoga Denver, located on South Broadway in Denver is an Ashtanga-based yoga studio with Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Rocket, Yin and other regularly scheduled yoga classes.



Unlimited Yoga Teacher Spotlight: Emily Tella

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Emily is an up-and-coming yoga instructor in the Denver area. Emily, along with three other teachers co-founded CO Asana Yoga Collective, a group of certified Vinyasa yoga teachers who joined together in pursuit of a common goal: to create a cOMmUNITY where yogis of any stage can practice their art of expression, and to offer a welcoming environment for those looking to try yoga for the first time. They bring innovative and accessible yoga to Denver via donation based classes held throughout the city.

Emily taught YOGA + PLANTS: Saving the Bees - Pollinator Plant Project class with Unlimited Yoga in the Summer of 2017.  Her classes are also frequently included on Unlimited Yoga Denver's page for free & donation-based yoga in the Denver area. 

Here's more about Emily and her teaching practice  >>> 

UY: Where did you do your yoga teacher training, and what drew you to that program?

ET: I completed a 200 hour intensive Yoga Teacher Training program at Kindness under the amazing guidance of Ginny Biddle, Lindsay Gonzalez and Elle Beau. I had been feeling restless in my routine and was desperate to do something more empowering. Kindness became my home studio when I moved to Denver almost three years ago and I knew some friends who loved the YTT program. I met Ginny before one of her classes in the South Broadway studio and asked her a million questions. After class I asked her to put me on the list and resigned from my full time job the next morning. It was the best decision I’ve ever made.

UY: What made you want to become a yoga teacher?

ET: Teaching yoga is the best way to deepen my personal practice. By communicating poses to others, it helps me understand them better myself. Yoga is so special because it’s an incredibly personal practice surrounded by an aggressively supportive community. My goal as a teacher is to showcase those benefits to those who may not be comfortable enough to visit a traditional studio, so my friends and I founded CO Asana Yoga to give ourselves opportunities to practice teaching classes in spaces like schools, apartment buildings and city parks. We began almost a year ago and haven’t stopped since!

UY: What style(s) of yoga do you teach?

ET: Vinyasa and Align & Flow

UY: Where can people find you? 

ET: Sloan’s Lake Yoga classes are every Sunday morning (8:30 & 10 AM) and Wednesday evening (6 PM) through the end of September. Find out more at coasanayoga.com/schedule/



Unlimited Yoga Teacher Spotlight: Aly Ballow

Aly is an up-and-coming yoga instructor in the Denver area. She teaches regularly at RiNo Yoga Social, and in June 2017, headlined an International Day of Yoga celebration in City Park.  Aly is also studio director for LoDo Massage Studio, and the mom to a gorgeous fur baby Golden Doodle name Bowie. 

Aly taught her famous "Glow From Your Soul" flow at YOGA + PLANTS: All About Lavender class with Unlimited Yoga.

Here's more about Aly and her teaching practice  >>> 

UY: Where did you did your yoga teacher training, and what drew you to that program?

AB: My training was with Kim Zamoff, a Baron Baptiste instructor, based out of Orlando, Florida in a studio called Warrior One. That studio and all the students/instructors in it became my family. I love that this practice brings community together like that. I think that and the overall health/self-love of a committed yoga practice is what drew me in!

UY: What made you want to become a yoga teacher? 

AB: I competed in gymnastics for 13 years of my life in Tallahassee, Florida. When I discovered yoga in my early 20s, I was reintroduced to the love of postures and challenging myself physically/mentally. Once the meditation aspect of yoga was introduced to me, I knew this practice was going to change my life. I felt the urge to share this knowledge/experience with anybody who may be on the same path... looking for something bigger/brighter within themselves. 

UY: What style(s) of yoga do you teach? 

AB: I enjoy teaching power/hot power classes most! Restorative, meditation, partner, and flow classes are a few others I love to teach. Recently diving more into workshop classes spotlighting arm balances and handstands too.

UY: Where can people find you? (for in-person classes and online) 

AB: Check out the calendar at www.rinoyogasocial.com and follow my FaceBook page - Glow from your Soul Yoga for information on my upcoming classes and events.



Unlimited Yoga Teacher Spotlight: Tiffany Adams

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Tiffany Adams is founder of Kindred Yogis, a yoga company that aims to create a safe space for beginners, experts and everyone in between to delve into their personal yoga practice. Kindred Yogis wants to provide the space to explore your mind, body, and soul through fun and powerful sequences. 

Tiffany taught YOGA + PLANTS: Indoor Plants & DIY Herbal Incense. 

Here's more about Tiffany and her teaching practice >>> 

UY: Where did you did your yoga teacher training, and what drew you to that program? 

TA: I completed my 200 RYT with Kindness Yoga. I moved to Colorado in September of last year and was asking around about different studios in the area. Kindness was one of two that was recommended to me. After attending a few classes at Kindness, I just knew this is where I wanted to get my training. Their sense of community was obvious and exactly what I was looking for. I also loved that they offer the mentor program after you have graduated which I also completed. It just seems like they really care about their students and community. I truly believe I was fortunate to learn from some of the best yoga teachers! 

UY: What made you want to become a yoga teacher? 

TA: I took my first yoga class in 2012. After a handful of classes I already saw the benefits of the practice. I began to crave the calmness and alone time that yoga provided in my busy lifestyle. The more I did it, the more I needed it. I began to not only feel physically better but emotionally as well. I became aware of just how important it is to take care of yourself. I believe yoga is about challenging yourself, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Yoga allows me to be happy with who I am, where I am in my practice, and to see what in life really matters. All the while yoga encourages me to challenge myself to continue to grow and forever evolve. I was excited and energized in a way that I felt the need to share the love I had for yoga with others. This is when I realized the next step was to guide yoga practices. Here I am today doing just that and I am so lucky to be doing/sharing what I love.  This journey really has just begun.

UY: What style(s) of yoga do you teach? 

TA: Vinyasa, Align and Flow, Foundations and Gentle Yoga.

UY: Where can people find you? (in-person classes and online) 

TA: I can be found weekly at RiNo Yoga Social, and Koko Fitclub Denver. I would like to begin hosting yoga classes and events at neighborhood parks in the Aurora and Denver area. More information about me and when/where to find me can all be found at www.KindredYogis.com. Also you can follow me on Instagram at @tiff.yogi.hooper or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/KindredYogis



Unlimited Yoga Teacher Spotlight: Jaclyn Fu

Jaclyn is a multi-passionate entrepreneur and the founder of two companies. CHEERFLOW, an Uplifting Morning Yoga Party for Charity, donates proceeds from each event to organizations like the ACLU and Sierra Club. Jaclyn is also Founder of Pepper Bra, a bra company redefining the perception of small chests with a bra that celebrates the body you got. She met Lynn with Unlimited Yoga at an Off The Mat service event at Urban Peak on a Saturday morning, and the rest is history.

Jaclyn taught YOGA + PLANTS: Floral Arrangements & DIY Frame + Air Plants projects.

Here's more about Jaclyn and her teaching practice >>> 

UY: Where did you did your yoga teacher training, and what drew you to that program? 

JF: I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training at QiFlow in spring 2016. I had just moved to Denver around the same time and discovered their Edgewater studio nearby. I was drawn to QiFlow's program because of its unique Entrepreneurship component -- the training included creating our own yoga class series that we had to develop and teach to family and friends. It exposed me to the business side of yoga and started putting teaching experience under my belt very early on in the process.

UY: What made you want to become a yoga teacher?  

JF: I had a huge fear of public speaking and a large part of doing yoga teacher training was to learn how to "own" a room and comfortably hear my own voice for an hour. I didn't intend to start teaching in the beginning but by the end of the program I loved it! I love that yoga is an opportunity to shift and reset your perspectives on how you see yourself and others. Self-awareness is such a powerful thing and I am honored to guide others on the journey.

UY: What style(s) of yoga do you teach? 

JF: Vinyasa yoga, lately with a touch of yin.

UY: Where can people find you? (in-person classes and online) 

JF:  QiFlow on Wednesdays at 4-5pm


Unlimited Yoga’s YOGA + PLANTS is Cannabis-Infused with Colorado’s Stillwater Brands


Unlimited Yoga’s YOGA + PLANTS is Cannabis-Infused with Colorado’s Stillwater Brands

YOGA + PLANTS, an Unlimited Yoga co-produced event along with professional gardener, Eric Rooney, and a few local yoga teachers was elevated in the Summer of 2017 with samples for everyone of Stillwater Brands’ cannabis-infused teas.

YOGA + PLANTS attendees got a chance to try or take home a sample of Stillwater Brands tea. 

YOGA + PLANTS attendees got a chance to try or take home a sample of Stillwater Brands tea. 

Stillwater Brands, a cannabis-infused functional foods company based in Commerce City, was an amazing addition to the YOGA + PLANTS experience and we are so lucky to have had their support.

Not at all ironically, their cannabis tea blends (infused with THC and CBD) fit so well into our theme that plants are vital to our existence, and health. Like many other plants, cannabis offers medicinal properties that help with relaxation and anxiety. Not to mention the ways CBD (Cannabidiol) has started to become popular for reasons that have nothing to do with getting a high.

For people who are unsure or scared of consuming too much THC, Stillwater Brands is helping people test the waters with small doses (starting at 2.5mg / serving), with a concept called “micro-dosing.” At 2.5mg THC and 2.5mg CBD, Stillwater Teas are designed to relax and NOT intoxicate. For people with higher tolerances, Stillwater also offers 10mg tea blends. And for people who don’t enjoy tea, Stillwater makes Ripple, a sugar-free, calorie-free, flavorless, dissolvable THC that provides easy dosing and the opportunity to make anything an edible.

If you haven’t tried or are curious about Stillwater Brands, they are sold in over 100 dispensaries across the Front Range. To find out where, visit their website. Cheers!

This post is sponsored by Stillwater Brands.


Introducing RiNo Yoga Social


Introducing RiNo Yoga Social

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RiNo Yoga Social is not your average yoga studio.

RiNo Yoga Social, located in the River North neighborhood of Denver, is a "shared space yoga studio", born from the desire to empower the brilliant yoga teachers in our community to build their own unique businesses, while fostering fun, creative and powerful yoga practices.

This is a space for teachers to materialize their vision - whether that is a weekly mindful vinyasa class, monthly gatherings combining yoga with dance, an inversion workshop, or even a teacher training. We embrace all forms of wellness practices, welcoming not only yoga into the space, but fitness, dance, meditation, hooping, acro and aerial practices as well.

Our mission is to cultivate positive change in the community and hold a space for growth and abundance. 

The building where RYS is located has a lot of history. It constructed to be a church in 1921 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004 for it's unique Renaissance architecture. The yoga studio is located in the basement of this building with exposed piping and bricks giving it a very industrial and earthy feel.

To decorate the walls, we had Robin Munro, owner of Colorado Crush graffiti street festival, and his team tag glow in the dark chakra's on the brick walls.

He also created a beautiful Tibetan mural in the back room exposing rolling mountains and enchanting waterfalls and rivers.

The entire studio floor is covered in Zebra Yoga Tiles as well! This flooring is made from recycled materials, and has the perfect amount of give for any style of class. Also making it much more supportive on the muscles and joints. The space is equipped with an excellent sound system and is completely sound proof allowing instructors to play their music without disturbing surrounding businesses. This space is also equipped with yoga mats, blocks, straps, blankets, dressing rooms, and restrooms for everyone's convenience.

Come practice with us! Click here to find out about all the upcoming classes.

For pricing, every instructor creates their own method of payment and packages for their classes. (We don't sell monthly memberships or packages like most yoga studios/gyms)





This week’s post is sponsored by Whole Planet Foundation, a Whole Foods Market nonprofit organization. The Foundation funds microcredit loans to stimulate economies in 68 countries, including the United States. Since 2005, Whole Planet Foundation has given 1.5 million loans to mostly women entrepreneurs. 

***To enter to win a Whole Planet Foundation re-useable bag and their Liberation Soup cookbook, scroll down to the bottom and enter your name info the form***

There are a lot of different organizations that work to alleviate poverty in countries around the world, and Whole Planet Foundation is one of them. 

I’m really excited to share about the work Whole Planet Foundation is doing, which you may have heard about when checking out at Whole Foods Market stores.

Whole Planet Foundation is a nonprofit 501c(3), that raises money through partnerships, individual donations, and the sale of their Liberation Soup cookbook to provide loan capital to microfinance partner companies. These partner companies work on the ground to loan money and provide resources to entrepreneurs to help start and grow businesses. (100% of Whole Planet Foundation’s overhead costs are covered by Whole Foods Market, allowing 100% of donations to go to loans.)

In a world where so many organizations, from the goodness of their hearts, try to fix issues related to poverty by coming in and giving food or clothing away for free, I think it’s good to highlight programs that work to stimulate economies from the ground up. By loaning money to motivated people who lack access to capital, we can foster an environment for people to step into their own power, contribute to society in a meaningful way, and provide for their families in a way that makes them proud.

Whole Planet Foundation’s work, often referred to as ‘microfinance’, is super important because in developing countries it’s very common for people to face huge barriers to obtain even the smallest of loans that would help them get started in growing a business. (If you’re unfamiliar with microfinance, perhaps you’re familiar with Kiva, Kickstarter, Indiegogo or GoFundMe which are also platforms for people to raise money to fund their projects).

To date, Whole Planet Foundation, along with their partners, have supplied 58 million dollars in microloans to over 1.5 million families – 87% of clients are female, with an unprecedented repayment rate of 97%.  For individual stories about the entrepreneurs who they are helping, visit their Who We Support page.  

What’s even cooler is that every dollar re-paid is loaned out again and again, so you’re gift keeps on giving.

And because I love what WPF has to offer – I am thrilled to announce a giveaway! Enter your name in the form below for a chance to win a copy of Liberation Soup and a Whole Planet Foundation re-useable grocery bag.

Name *

No purchase necessary to enter this giveaway. A winner will be chosen at random on December 10th, 2016. Colorado residents 18 and older only. 

If you want to get involved, you can also give online or create a Facebook fundraiser.



Donation-based Classes to Support Boulder's Give Back Yoga Foundation

This month I'm really happy to be spreading the word about the Give Back Yoga Foundation, a nationally recognized non-profit based out of Boulder. GBYF does great work supporting and funding yoga teachers of all traditions to bring yoga and mindfulness techniques to underserved populations such as veterans, cancer survivors, people in recovery from substance abuse and eating disorders, in addition to people in prison. 

During the entire month of November, studios around the country are hosting donation-based yoga classes to raise money for Give Back Yoga Foundation. In Colorado, please consider attending one of the classes below and supporting this awesome local non-profit. 



Oprah & Deepak's Free 21-Day Meditation Experience Starts 10/31

If you been meaning to try meditation or are wanting to get back into it, Oprah & Deepak Chopra's 21-Day series is definitely the way to go. 

This next series of theirs is called "Creating Peace From the Inside Out: The Power of Connection". 

For 21 days, you'll get an email with a link to an audio recording that lasts about 15 minutes. I really like it, and think you will too! 

Sign up at https://chopracentermeditation.com/



This is #WhyIYoga with CorePower Yoga

A few of the reasons I Practice yoga

Create your own #WhyIYoga images to share @  https://www.corepoweryoga.com/whyiyoga

Create your own #WhyIYoga images to share @ https://www.corepoweryoga.com/whyiyoga

Yoga, for me, is an incredible de-stressor. Going to class allows me to leave my worries at the door, relax and breathe.  I'm also routinely inspired by teachers' positive words and stories, a couple of times even to tears. 

Fortunately, I'm not a very stressed out person. But I still love yoga's ability calm my internal chatter and allow me to think more clearly and happily. 

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Yoga is a great full-body workout, in my opinion. In part because local teachers are really good at putting together sequences that address muscles groups throughout your body, including those that don't often get stretched when you run, bike, etc. 

Personally, one of my favorite kinds of yoga is hot yoga, where the room is roughly 95 degrees. Especially hot yoga gives me a really deep sweat. 

Create your own #WhyIYoga with the CorePower Yoga photo tool . If you share to Instagram, tag @unlimitedyoga and #WhyIYoga of course :)

Create your own #WhyIYoga with the CorePower Yoga photo tool. If you share to Instagram, tag @unlimitedyoga and #WhyIYoga of course :)

I've had an incredible time going to all different types of free, donation, donation for a cause, and other yoga events and classes in the Denver area. And you can too! We are #blessed to live in a city with a very lively yoga scene that provide a ton of different experiences. 



Work Exchange Programs for Free & Discounted Yoga in Denver and Boulder

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One way to get involved with yoga studios on a part-time basis, and also earn free or discounted yoga classes, is to help out studios with what is commonly referred to as a karma yoga program.  

Karma Yoga is known as the path of 'action',  or the path of 'self-less service'. According to The Art of Living, it is also "of putting in 100 percent effort, without being attached to the outcome. " 

Most often, karma yogis help out with front desk activities or help clean the studio for a couple of hours a week or month in exchange for the ability to participate in studio offerings. 

It is a really good option for people that face financial challenges, that would love to maintain a practice at a certain place. 

A couple of places in Denver / Boulder that sometimes offer this option are: CorePower Yoga, Yoga Pod, One Yoga Denver, and Denver Bikram Yoga


Shout Out to Mile High on the Cheap


Shout Out to Mile High on the Cheap

If you are on a budget or just want to save a few dollars, Mile High on the Cheap is a website that you should definitely bookmark. For Denver and Boulder residents, Mile High on the Cheap is arguably the BEST resource for freebies, cheap things to do, and other deals around town. They maintain an impressive list of local deals and other super helpful information to live life large for less in Colorado. 

A few of my favorite pages on Mile High on the Cheap are...

- A weekly list of Free & Cheap Things to do in Denver This Weekend

- A comprehensive list of farmers markets in Denver and Boulder

- Info on all of the free days at the Denver Zoo, Denver Botanic Garden, local museums and more

Half price and cheap tickets to some of the best events around town, including Rockies games, comedy clubs, and The Yoga Expo. 

If you subscribe to their list, you'll get a summary of the top deals happening that day.  

Definitely check em' out!