In just about every industry, the Loveland community offers both large and small businesses, and even smaller, hyper-local businesses. The yoga community is no different. In Loveland, you can find big, modern studios, small businesses run by one or two teachers and even secluded classes that take place inside a yurt.
And let’s not forget about Barnyard Buddies! This small hobby farm is focused on raising and breeding rare, unique and endangered livestock species, and they also host goat yoga classes. You can get more information on those classes here.
For this guide, we’re focusing on the local studios that offer regular classes, comprehensive class schedules, classes for various levels, and accessible memberships, online sign-ups or drop-in classes. That means you can easily start, continue or advance your yoga practice right here in Loveland!
Photo courtesy of Loveland Community Yoga
LC Yoga has created one of the most welcoming studios in our community. Their focus is on inspiration, mindful practices and progress for every student regardless of previous experience; that means everyone can excel here even if you’ve never tried yoga before! They offer various styles and classes each day of the week and there’s no need to sign-up online. You can simply drop-in ten minutes before the start of class.
Guided by teacher and owner Christi Sullivan, Loveland Yoga & Core Fitness is designed for people who want to enhance their lives by bringing mind, body and soul together. Christi and her team offer barre classes and five different yoga classes in their heated studio, including gentle stretches and strength practices. To learn more about all the offerings, click here.
Photo courtesy of OM House
Co-founders Chrissy Ferraro and Coco Peterson opened OM House because they saw Loveland’s need for a warm, welcoming place to practice yoga and they also wanted a studio where they could find childcare for their children. And now, our community has that studio. OM House offers an impressive lineup of classes—both introductory and advanced—as well as drop-in childcare for kids between the ages of 1 and 11.
Locally owned and operated, this yoga studio specializes in aerial yoga but also offers hatha, vinyasa flow, strength classes, kids classes, private sessions and more. So whether you want an introduction to yoga or you want to try a more unique variety, Dream of Flight is the perfect studio for you! They offer a couple of classes each day and you can see the schedule here.
Photo courtesy of Grace Yoga
The team at Grace offers classes for all levels whether you’ve never tried yoga or you’ve been practicing for years. And their teachers use the Iyengar Method meaning poses are explained in depth and are held longer, so it’s the ideal studio for beginners! The schedule includes special events and classes like the once a month Women’s Happiness Project and Yamuna Full Body Rollout.
Genesis Health Clubs manages Fort Collins Club and Miramont gyms with locations in Fort Collins and Loveland. These state-of-the-art facilities have been a part of our community for decades (Fort Collins Club originally opened in 1984!) and remain some of the best places to lift, run, climb, swim and more. The Loveland location, Miramont Centerra, offers an impressive lineup of group classes each day, including several variations of yoga. You can see the schedule here.
If you have a favorite place to practice yoga in Loveland, let us know in the comments below!