Become a part of our community.


Unroll your mat at Peak Yoga and join a diverse community of yogis.  Here you'll find a warm and welcoming group of instructors and students.  To us "community" means making connections with each other and giving back to the neighborhoods in which we live.  That's why we hold monthly donation-only classes during which we raise money for local charities.  A few times a year we hold student appreciation parties after class, and for our anniversary in October we hold a Disco Yoga party which is not to be missed (complete with disco ball and disco playlist)!



Your instruction will be from experienced instructors who have received 200-hour teacher training certification from a program which meets the Yoga Alliance certification standards. You'll receive clear instruction and kind encouragement.


Once you spend some time with us you'll understand why reviews on Google, Facebook and Yelp regularly mention the community of Peak Yoga.  When you arrive you'll be greeted by one of our friendly and knowledgeable managers, instructors or front desk staff.  Check our schedule for community give-back classes and student appreciation parties. 


When practicing at Peak Yoga you'll enjoy mountain views which are spectacular in any season.  Especially beautiful at sunrise and sunset, catch an early-morning or late-night class if you can.


The best way to learn a pose is to feel it in your own body. That is why our instructors offer students physical assists. Physical assists, or "adjustments" provide students with an opportunity to feel how a subtle change in alignment can make a significant change in the posture. Physical assists are always optional.

Immerse yourself in alignment-based vinyasa.


Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic yoga practice that cultivates presence by connecting movement with breath.  Our diverse family of instructors deliver clear cues to safely guide you through classes which may include a wide variety of postures such as sun salutations, standing poses, hip openers, twists, backbends and preparation for arm balances.  All classes are all-levels with moderate heat and some added humidity.



Come to this class ready to move.  In this flowing vinyasa practice you'll connect movement with breath.  Flow is ideal for students interested in building heat and strength, reducing stress and increasing vitality.  

Flow classes are 80-85 degrees.

Align & Flow

The foundation of the Peak Yoga schedule, Align & Flow is vinyasa practice which emphasizes postural alignment.  You'll move at a slower pace than Flow classes, but be exposed to the same suite of postures.  In this practice you will cultivate postural knowledge, awareness in body and mind, strength, flexibility and balance.


Apres Ski

After a day on the mountain you'll love how this class eases tired lower body muscles while strengthening upper body and core.  Allowing your muscles to release tension will not only make you feel better, but will also make you stronger and safer on the mountain the next day.  Spending a few minutes on core will enhance the balance and agility required for mountain sports.  You'll leave feeling relaxed and refreshed.



If you're new to yoga, restarting your practice, or learning how to practice with an injury, join us for this small-group setting class which welcomes questions and conversation.  You'll learn the most essential postures, options for modification and proper alignment from the ground up.



Reset and recharge in this class of gentle stretches and twists which are held for long holds (1-10 minutes), facilitating release of tension in the body and the mind.  With restorative yoga your body will naturally have more energy, sleep better and you'll experienced improved mood and digestion. This class is appropriate for students of all levels.  Dress in warmer clothing than you usually would since this yoga class is more passive than most other classes.



Slow down and sink into this slow, meditative and intense practice.  Expect postures to be held in stillness for long holds (1-10 minutes). Because Yin targets the connective tissues such as ligaments and fascia rather than muscles, the physical affect of Yin is unlike that of other classes. A perfect compliment to dynamic forms of yoga, you'll leave with a sense of deep release and relaxation.