A Space To Breathe
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.
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.
About The Classes
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!