Yoga Classes

First, our center is not a full-blown yoga school.  We have a lot of cool things going on in our space to provide customers with a one-stop for self-care.  Therefore, we offer a daily Yoga morning class, a daily Yoga noon class, and a Yoga evening class.  As our center grows, we will consider offering more times as the classes fill, so if there is a particular time you would like a class, let us know and we can see what we can do!.  Our Yoga Class focus is on quality and special attention achieved by smaller classes. Or if you prefer a private session, we can accommodate that as well.

You may have some questions – we have answers…


Class Size

Our classes are semi-private/small and specialized to include beginners to intermediate and advanced.  We limit class size to 8 to provide you with more personalized attention and a sense of connection and community we feel is integral to your confidence and growth.

What Are the Benefits of Yoga?

Physically Yoga provides improvement in body alignment, strength, endurance and flexibility.  Mentally Yoga provides focus, self-discipline, confidence, stress-relief, and self-insight.

What Do I wear?

Comfortable, loose clothing that is not binding and easy to move in.  We recommend yoga tops as they cling and won’t ride up or fall over your head when you are bending over for some of the poses.  Bare feet is the protocol on the floor.

What Do I Need To Bring?

Your own yoga mat (although if you forget, we have a few extras on hand).  You may need a small towel, however we don’t provide “hot yoga” so a towel is optional if you tend to perspire easily.  We also have blocks for students to use during class, as well as straps.  If you prefer to bring your own, that works too. Feel free to bring a water bottle or we have water available.  Water bottles may kept beside, but not on, the yoga floor.  We have an area with shelves and bins to put your personal items in.

Class Length and Class Etiquette

Classes are one hour in length.  You must check-in for a class by 6 p.m. the day before to ensure you have a spot in our class the next day.  You can do this via text to our phone at 720-607-6191.  Also, please arrive ten minutes before your class to set up your mat.  Once class starts, late arrivals may not interrupt the class in fairness to others.

How Much Does It Cost?

Our drop-in rate is $15 for your first class.  After your first class, you can choose from one of our affordable membership packages and there are no contracts.

What Types of Yoga Does Aspire Offer?

Some of the types of yoga classes taught vary from Hatha Yoga to Restorative to Vinyasa Flow depending on the instructor for the class.  Below are descriptions for each type:


Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a classic style of yoga which often incorporates asana (poses), pranayama (breathing techniques), and meditation. A traditional Hatha yoga class balances the diverse needs of each individual. It‘s design empowers you with the focus, training and insight you need to achieve consistent results in the most important areas of your life. These classes may hold poses a little longer, offering more time for focus on alignment, building strength, endurance, flexibility, and power in the mind and body. It moves at a pace designed to allow for increased body awareness as well as provide challenge. Appropriate for all levels.

Restorative Yoga

This restorative practice relies on the use of props and the prolonged holding of a few simple poses and meditative breathing to achieve a deep level of relaxation. Restorative yoga provides greater mobility and self-acceptance, leading toward a more recuperative experience. The slower pace and deep breathing triggers the parasympathetic nervous system helping to alleviate the effects of the regular fight-or-flight stress response that can be damaging to one’s physiology and well-being.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa flow is a style of yoga where the movements are connected through the breath to attain balance in the body and mind. This flow includes intention, meditation, pranayama (breath work), asana (poses), and sun salutations. Peacefulness is achieved in the class ending through savasana (final resting pose).

Interested in Yoga Classes?

Call us at 720-607-6191 to sign up.

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