Front YogaLoft

Tucked inside The Front Climbing Club at the core of the restored 1925 American Can Company building, the YogaLoft is a simple, welcoming space where breath and movement come together for each of us in our own way.

Our yoga classes recognize the yogi inside the athlete, the mom, the nine-to-fiver, the college student – anyone who's ready to move towards balance in their life.​

It's our strong belief that your yoga is as unique as you are.

It's your practice.


Good Karma

Your first class is free. If you've never attended yoga at The Front, it's on us. When you arrive, just let the front desk staff know it's your first time!

Also, Front memberships include unlimited yoga classes! Learn more about membership perks.

Yoga Schedule

About The Classes

Vinyasa Flow

YogaLoft’s own signature style vinyasa of an energetic, flowing fusion of breath and movement. Poses are combined in creative sequences designed to generate internal heat, which in turn helps burn away our mental and physical excesses: tension, anxiety, stress, and attachment. Anything goes in this one.

Hot Lunch

A condensed vinyasa flow, it all gets done in 45 minutes. Yes, there are showers available. 

Kick Your Asana

Vinyasa flow with added intensity. It’s a little faster, a little longer, a little louder.

Breath and Body Flow

Take a deep dive into the intricate connection between breath, movement, and awareness. No music, no expectations, just you, your practice and the movement of your breath. 

Slow Flow

A slower, quieter vinyasa flow with increased awareness on subtle sensations and body movement.

Ashtanga Short Form

A condensed primary series. Warm ups, standing postures, seated postures, and little bit of upside-down.


Undo the stresses of daily life and restore your mind and body to their more natural, uncluttered state. Slow moving, deep stretching. Awareness of breath and mindfulness of being are key elements in this one. Mostly seated postures.

Yin Yoga

Targeting the connective tissues and darker areas where our stresses tend to accumulate. It's a chance to literally unravel the knots that our experiences tie inside our bodies. Seated postures are held for several minutes, giving them the time needed to access ligaments, tendons, and fascia. 

Acro Yoga

Practice the art of fun: flying, basing and spotting. The focus is on classic Acro principles while developing and expanding the practice. Learning to let go while breaking down the walls society puts up around closeness and touch with fun, professional interaction. Friends lift friends!

Meet The Yogis

I do yoga because I love yoga. It’s love that fuels my practice, my learning, and my teaching, and binds the three together. In the more than 10 years since yoga found me, I have been inspired daily by the transformative power of breath, movement and presence. My classes are a playful blend of self-exploration and empowering postures, working with breath to cultivate space in the body and in the heart. My intention is to offer a safe place for personal growth in mind, body and spirit.

I am deeply grateful for my many teachers and am honored to share all the juicy benefits that a regular yoga practice can bring. Forever a student, I completed my RYT 500 with InBody Academy (D’Ana Baptiste) in 2010, Healing Heart Yoga Therapy Training with Carrie Coppola in 2012, and a 200-hr ashtanga-based YogaLife training with Maggie Odette in 2013. I am currently the director of The YogaLoft at The Front Climbing Club in Ogden, Utah and, as an E-RYT 500, I lead the studio's YogaLife Teacher Training program. 


Hi friends, I’m Brittany! I would love for you to join me soon in Yin class, where we can take a journey into the body, mind and emotions. Yin is a style of yoga that gives us time to explore all these layers, and might even help you to access a little inner wisdom, peace and contentment along the way. I have found yoga to be so healing in my own life, and I have a passion for sharing these things as I teach.

You’ll notice that I emphasize mindfulness as the foundation of the practice, with plenty of time spent in the postures to soften your body, relax your breath, release unwanted thoughts and melt into the moment. We will practice finding acceptance for imperfections on and off the mat, center your mind, reduce stress and help your body to start to feel good!

Now, a bit about my education and training.... I have a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah, and I am a practicing mental health therapist. My therapy practice has given me thousands of hours of training centered around using mindfulness strategies to help others find relief from common issues like anxiety and depression. I use these tools as I teach yoga as well, which gives us our daily dose of mental health as we take care of our bodies! I have also completed 500 hours of yoga teacher training with D’ana Baptiste at Centered City Yoga and graduated with 700 hours of yoga therapy training from Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy.

If you are curious, come and give Yin a try... you just might get hooked like I am! Thanks for stopping by, and I look forward to seeing you in class!

YogaI'm so lucky to have been born, raised and to live in beautiful Eden, Utah, where playing in the dirt and running around wild are made a bit easier. I have the most loving, amazing family and the coolest and kindest circle of friends a girl could ask for. Yoga has been one of my loves for 7 years and I've been teaching it for over 3. My personal practice didn’t begin as a method of healing my heart, mind or body, I was simply...curious. It has since become one of the life practices that I rely on to comfort, energize, play, express and feel my way through all of everything. It is magic. I completed my 200-hour YogaLife teacher training with Maggie Odette in 2014 and 60-hr Personal Yoga Teaching/Business Mentorship with Scott Moore in 2016.

YogaBio coming soon!

YogaYoga has been influencing my life since this awesome gym opened in 2010. Completing my 200-hour Teacher Training at the YogaLoft has allowed me to share my passion; inspiring others to live by nurturing body, mind and soul with yoga. I always hope my students walk away from their mat feeling balanced and renewed.

Joseph Cancilla is an interesting one to attempt to describe. Having grown up in with dance & fitness surrounding him, his love for movement, bettering himself & those around him has kept him centered & focused. When he was much younger, he served in the United States Marine Corps where fitness was one of the major pillars of day to day being while serving.

Before, during & after his military service, Joseph immersed himself in all things marketing, branding & technology giving birth to his company: Idea8ion, LLC helping individuals & companies learn how to brand themselves & effectively deliver their message.

More recently, his passion for dance & fitness has overtaken his life, sparked & rekindled (yes, literally) by the Samoan Fire-Knife Dance that has been in his blood since he was younger; Polynesian dancing since he was 3 yrs. old. The Fire-Knife spinning brought on a life-long calling of entertainment with his Polynesian Performing group & studio that he runs with his wife & sister: Hana Studio, LLC.

Yoga & AcroYoga has been part of Joseph’s life since 2013 with about 5 years of traditional Yoga followed closely by 4 years of AcroYoga practice. His love for Yoga comes from keeping himself in top shape to increase flexibility & movement for his own body along with keeping centered through personal meditation.

The best part of AcroYoga for Joseph is his connection with others, developing lifelong relationships, paying it forward through instruction to help others find themselves through AcroYoga & develop strength, flexibility, coordination, trust & communication skills that will benefit them not only with their physical fitness, but throughout their entire lives.

Joseph lives in the Ogden area with his family of 5. His beautiful, loving wife Tara, his oldest little princess Kaili’a, of 5 years, his crazy tornado of son Kavika, who is 3 years old & his little baby princess Karalani who is 10 months old at the moment.

Come play with Joseph! You’ll be glad you did. He’ll have you leaving refreshed & energized & help with anything you’re ever up against, big or small.

YogaI found yoga (or, maybe, it found me) 17 years ago. My body and mind were SO rigid and tight. In fact, I couldn't even touch my toes! But, consistent yoga practice encourages both mental and physical flexibility. And, that is why I LOVE it! There is always something to learn. There is always room to grow and improve! FYI, the inability to touch my toes is no longer an issue :).

Change and progress are forever a part of life and individualism. So, I left my previous career of secondary music education (high school choir director) and I decided to teach what I love: Yoga. Over the span of my yoga teaching, I have logged well over 10,000 teaching hours. And, did I mention, I LOVE it!

I am always grateful for the many trainings, teachers and loved ones who have inspired, guided and taught me over the years. Love and thanks to John, my amazing husband! His support makes my practicing/teaching possible. Gratitude and props to Jeff Silverstein, for opening the Ashtanga door and inviting me in. And, many thanks to David Swenson, Maggie Odette, Sammy Brown, Kino MacGregor and Tim Feldmann for always challenging me and steadying me along my yoga path.


YogaMichelle Taylor holds a Bachelors of Science in Human Performance Management with a minor in Nutrition from Weber State University. She was introduced to yoga in 2000 and she completed her 1000 hr RYT January 2011 and a 200 hr RYT in March 2013 and is now an ERYT 500 through Yoga Alliance. Michelle has a daily Ashtanga vinyasa yoga practice and continues to study with her teachers Kino MacGregor and Sammy Brown as often as she can. She also studies Ayurveda and has a daily meditation practice. Michelle believes that the principles of yoga and Ayurveda will help people find true lasting health and wellness. She believes yoga is a very personal practice and encourages students to stay connected internally through their breath during the practice. Michelle's classes focus on breath, strength, mind-body awareness, and having fun.