Yoga Check-In

Sign up for class through our online portal! Log in, select the correct location at the top right (Central), scroll to Yoga Classes, then click the class you’re hoping to sign up for and reserve your spot! If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.

Before entering the yoga studio, please make sure to check-in with the front desk. You will not be allowed to take a class if you arrive more than 5 minutes late. Please allow 5-10 minutes if you are a first time visitor to fill out our waiver.

Class & Open Studio Age Limit: Attendees must be 18 years of age to participate. 14-18 may participate if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Check in with the instructor before class to ensure their comfort level. Email with any questions/concerns!

Yoga Schedule

Yoga Class Descriptions

**New to Yoga? Let your instructor know. They are there to support you!**

It doesn’t matter if you feel totally unaware of where your body is in space or if you’re a seasoned yogi, this class takes all skill levels into account. Learn to explore your body and its limits safely with the support of detailed instruction. You can expect a little grounding, a little flow, and a lot of attention to detail in this hour long class.

V1 Vinyasa is meant for any level of practitioner to build a strong foundation and knowledge of a flow-based class. The class typically begins with a check in, then slowly builds up into a flow with mindful transitions where each movement leads into the next. Focus will be on safe alignment and modifying postures when needed to offer space to connect with your breath and explore new movement in your body. The class ends with Savasana (resting posture) to integrate the hours’ work. Wonderful class for beginners!

V2 Vinyasa provides a deeper exploration into the connection of breath and movement. You’ll find that these classes offer opportunities to explore more challenging postures and transitions while still offering modifications to cater to any level of practitioner. Mindful movement and balance are a big focus and playfulness is always encouraged!

If you are looking for a stronger and more rigorous style of practice similar to a power class, V2 will deliver. The only detour would be that the speedier nature of power isn’t necessarily present.

Keywords: posture exploration, modifications, balance

Unwind & Flow classes begin with a slow-paced flow focusing on slow transitions through postures involving balance and mobility. The end of class takes it down a notch with yin-style postures to encourage relaxation and a deep stretch.

Depart from your day and prepare for the one ahead, with this renewing, strengthening, and restful class.

Keywords: slow flow, deep stretch, breath work, warm up and then relax

Stretch & Breathe

Learn to release tension in your body through breathing practices and yoga-informed stretching. This class includes intelligent postural progressions to warm up then relieve stress in commonly tense areas of the body. The hour concludes with a set of breathing exercises (also called Pranayama).

Share your injuries or stretch requests with the instructor before class if you’d like the class structured with your needs in mind.

Keywords: stretching, breathing, not flowing

CYoga classes are carefully sequenced to work towards peak postures (more challenging asanas) within a clearly defined theme. These classes can feel much like workshops as each peak posture is broken down step-by-step with time for students to try them/ask questions. Depending on the theme, there is time is left at the end for inversions (handstands, forearm balance, headstands). If you’re looking to explore your body and its boundaries through challenging asanas, this is the class for you.

Flowletics is Tatiana’s signature calisthenic movement system that uses your body weight and the floor as an apparatus. You will warm up incorporating strength and mobility drills that target necessary ranges for the ensuing class patterns. Calesthenic body weight movements target strength through full range of motion that will also support your body in other activities.  Expect to have fun and tone up. Side effects: develop coordination, strength, fluidity, and dopeness.

Wear socks, pants and t-shirts!

Climbing can put more intense stress on a body than any other sport. Yoga balances out the intensity of climbing by stretching the muscles, promoting balance, increasing core strength, and teaching you how to be in your body and understand its cues. Additionally, yoga teaches climbers how to calm their mind – helping them after a fall or even in the middle of a crux.

At Crux we provide a variety drop-in yoga classes and styles for climbers and yogis alike. All yoga classes are included with a Crux membership.

Online Classes

Everyone may not feel comfortable returning to the studio. We are offer a selection of videos from 10 for $20, 20 for $40, and all our yoga and fitness classes for $100. Please note that your account for online classes is not linked to the account on our website, RGP, or your membership at Crux. Follow the link below to check out the offerings.