Sunrise Vinyasa Yoga at the Gardens

Looking for an amazing place to practice yoga? No studio can match the experience of practicing in nature, surrounded by the stunning landscapes at Denver Botanic Gardens.

Vinyasa yoga weaves flowing movement with challenging postures and cultivates a sense of peace and calm by the end of each class. Practicing vinyasa yoga on a daily basis can improve posture, flexibility and endurance. Beyond the physical benefits, yoga helps to bring a sense of clarity to challenging situations in life, reminds us to stay present and focused in an ever-changing environment, and can help us find contentment in our surroundings.

The postures practiced in this all-levels class will promote alignment, flexibility, focus, endurance and help detoxify the body.

 

Tuesdays we will practice under the West Terrace tent with Blake Burger

Thursdays we will practice in the Annuals Garden and Pavilion with Farnosh Family

 

Skill level: All levels welcome

Price: $12, $10 member

Instructors: Blake Burger and Farnosh Family

Blake is a certified yoga instructor and horticulturist at the Gardens. Blake has led more than 1,000 yoga classes over six years and has created a series of popular yoga classes at the Gardens.

Farnosh was a long-time student and teacher of yoga before turning to the sister science of yoga, Ayurveda, for help in healing after the birth of her first child. She has studied with many teachers of yoga, Ayurveda and Sanskrit including Dr. Vasant Lad, Shiva Rea, Sonia Massoco, Maria Garre, Patricia Wickman and Dr. Bharat Vaidya.

 

Special Instructions:

Advanced registration is required.

Please bring a mat, a towel and water.

 

What to know before you visit:

Working with municipalities and the state, we are complying with all guidelines and requirements related to COVID-19. But it is only with your cooperation as a visitor that we can succeed in this re-opening. Please follow the procedures outlined here.

 

Photo: Perfecto Insecto (Flickr)

 

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