Flow Time

BY Leah Fielding | October 17, 2018 | Feature Features

Elevate your soul and perfect your mountain pose at these top Aspen studios.
Thin mountain air and deep yoga breaths do go together.

Forgo the hot toddy and fireplace after a cold day outdoors and head to Aspen’s only hot yoga studio. The 105-degree classes and detoxifying Bikram poses will make you feel a different kind of toasty, sans hangover. $20, 517 E. Hopkins Ave., 970.429.4174,

For a thoughtful, challenging Vinyasa flow set to tunes ranging from jam bands and Pearl Jam to hip-hop and plenty of bassy, New Age yoga beats head to Aaron King’s yoga studio at the Airport Business Center. $25, 408 AABC, 970.920.9642,

The bright new studio space overlooking Wagner Park and Aspen Mountain only enhances the complete mind-body focus for which O2 Aspen is known. For the perfect amount of cleansing humidity and movement, drop in on a Glow Flow class, or access deeper levels of consciousness in one of Evan Soroka’s stretch and meditation classes. $25, 408 S. Mill St., 970.925.4002,

Offering a range of classes from Vinyasa flow to traditional Hatha and restorative Yin yoga, the Red Brick is an off-the-beaten path yogic gem. Plus, the drop-in pricing and many membership options guarantee you’ll save some coin. $19, 110 E. Hallam St., Ste. 135, 970.920.5140,

The studio’s new “heart cave” space has allowed for increased class offerings like Haute Buddhi Yoga, which rolls yoga, Plyometrics, African dance and twerking into a sweaty good time. The space also provides a new home for Eastern and other alternative-healing practices in the Alchemy Spa. $28, 535 E. Hyman Ave., 970.925.1655,

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