Zaya Yoga in the Rocky Mountain high of Aspen, CO, is a place for repose and reunion. Owners Emily Longfellow and Becky Capps have dedicated years to developing workshops and classes for beginners. Find yourself, find peace of mind, and find healing through heated movement and breath. Our yoga studio welcomes all levels within each style of our six unique hot yoga classes. Find joy. Join our yoga community and love the shape you’re in.
Our yoga studio is dedicated to creating a comfortable environment for all yogis. We’re a place for both students and teachers to join in practice. With over 20 years of experience, our certified yoga instructors have the knowledge to immerse new students into a welcoming and warm practice.
At Zaya Yoga, our mission is to guide our students to a place of inner peace and strength. We understand that the body has its limitations. Always offering words of encouragement, our skilled yoga instructors include modifications to poses so yogis at all levels can participate in our energizing flow.
Vimana Yoga is our classic, foundational yoga for beginners that includes hatha, core, and dynamic movement, incorporating styles from Bikram, Forrest, Para, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa yoga. We recommend this class for new yogis!
Our Vimana Fusion is an intermediate class that combines elements of traditional yoga while deepening postures to improve stability and endurance. This class includes longer sequences, breathing practices, and meditation techniques.
Vimana Flow is a fun, alignment based flow class design for all levels. This class combines Vimana, Vinyasa, Para, and Forrest Yoga, to cultivate an unsurpassed experience. You will feel strong, supple, balanced, enlivened, and nurtured.
For those of you that need more plyometrics, and to shake it out. Buddhi yoga also helps to develop Buddhi and unites the mind with the higher consciousness. Developing the spiritual mind, refining consciousness, and succeeding in merging with primordial consciousness are the directions of Buddhi yoga.
Vimana Hot Yin is both a gentle and challenging yoga practice. After a gentle Pranayama, passive poses are held for 3-5 minutes to access the connective tissues, tendons, fascia, and ligaments at a deeper level. This not only improves flexibility but the flow of Prana. A more meditative approach to yoga, Yin aims to cultivate awareness of one's inner silence, quieting the mind, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.
Our special 26 and 2 hot yoga class incorporates 26 poses to warm and stretch the muscles. This class is designed to detoxify the body, improve your focus and flexibility, and relieve stress.
Our yoga studio offers many styles, from high-energy to restorative—a practice for everybody. Call our studio today to discover the right practice for your body.