Grand Valley Climbing is not just a climbing gym! We are also a professional yoga studio. We offer a wide range of classes taught by certified instructors at competitive rates. Our yoga studio overlooks the classic Bookcliff views while still projecting a sense of light and tranquility during your practice. With plenty of room in our devoted second floor studio, our classes will accommodate you and your friends! Complimentary rental quality mats and blocks are also available.
Our yoga classes welcome everyone regardless of fitness level or prior yoga experience. Yoga is a great way to stretch and strengthen your muscles to make you into a well-rounded climber!
Yoga classes are 60-minutes. During our class you will learn the fundamentals of vinyasa flow while building a strong foundation for your practice. This class moves at a average pace and connects breath to movement, while focusing on alignment. Power Flow Yoga will increase your strength, balance and mind. Beginners to pro’s bring yourself in roll out your matt and start the deep breathing because you have no where else to be for the 1 hour you are in our class.
We provide yoga matts, blocks and other necessary materials needed to complete our classes.
- Drop-in yoga : $20 (Day Pass purchase)
Linda Toth has been a blessing to Grand Valley Climbings yoga program. Linda created Half Moon Yoga to provide Grand Junction with a strong community of yoga instructors that are passionate about living what they teach and bringing their whole selves to their classes. She shares yoga instructors whom would suite Grand Valley Climbing’s customers and their needs. After taking classes at Grand Valley Climbing she hopes you find space for inquiry and self discovery- a place where people will feel inspired to grow into who they always dreamed they could be.
Laith is from Cincinnati, Ohio and has lived in Grand Junction since October. He served five years in the Marines where he was stationed in Hawaii and deployed to Afghanistan twice as a helicopter mechanic and crew chief. He also works as a robotics technician. He discovered yoga 6 years ago as a way to help with PTSD and now has completely cured it. Yoga has changed his life and is a passion that he wants to share with the world. Laith believes that the power of yoga and meditation can help make the world a more peaceful place. Laith also loves music festivals, and taking his dog Apollo mountain biking and hiking.
Colorado was a natural place to put down roots. When her nuclear family moved to Palisade in 2011, it wasn’t long before she followed suite. Blakely has lived in the valley now for three years. She was first introduced to yoga as a young athlete. As a competitive swimmer and water polo player yoga was an incredible addition to a rigorous training schedule. At an early age she got a taste of what yoga can do for the body and mind. By eighteen years old, Blakely was ranked as one of the top thirty water polo players in the nation. However, she decided to swim for the University of New Mexico, an NCAA Division 1 program instead of pursuing water polo any further. Because of her background in athletics she appreciates the physical challenge of Baptiste Yoga. Although Baptiste makes you sweat and transform your physical body, it is the transformation that happens internally that blakely cherishes most. Blakely believes that yoga is a tool that all people have access to. It is a way in which we can access our internal strength and wisdom. Blakely believes that this practice has the power to reconnect us with our authenticity and ignite our souls. There is no limits to what is possible in our bodies, our minutes and our hearts when we practice yoga consistently. Yoga teaches us to push beyond our biggest challenge, ourselves. Yoga is a gift to the community and the world. From a heart- centered place, it is Blakely’s intention to guide students back to their own personal power and create a space in which we can all see and be seen.