Stress-free pricing - $100/hr
Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm MST
Appointments available 7 days a week, and after hours upon request.
Please fill out the form below to schedule an appointment or call: (719) 960-4570
Benefits of workplace yoga include:
Your team deserves an infusion of clarity through physical and mental wellbeing. Yoga classes at work can be an invaluable health benefit that helps increase productivity and manage office stress. Both versions of our workplace yoga classes will help you in developing strength, flexibility, and better posture. Your workforce will leave this experience feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and ready to get back to work!
Need more options? Our experienced and certified yoga teachers are also available for hotel yoga, resort yoga, and event yoga.
We would love to organize a single-event yoga class, or ongoing weekly, bi-weekly or monthly classes for your Denver workplace. Check out our corporate package pricing for more information.
Anywhere! LoDo Chair Massage is happy to introduce on-site group yoga classes in Colorado Springs. We work with only the best yoga instructors to ensure your employees or event guests feel revitalized after their yoga practice.
Young employees are flocking to Colorado Springs, making it the #1 fastest growing city for Millennials according to the Brookings Institution. Young employees, as well as the young at heart, can love being at work as much as they love playing outdoors hiking Pikes Peak or biking through Palmer Park when they’re energized with workplace yoga.
Give us a call at (719) 960-4570 to learn more about workplace yoga in Colorado Springs. LoDo Chair Massage is also available to help staff yoga classes in event spaces in the Springs like the Loft Music Venue or Broadmoor Hotel.
Our instructors are available in the Colorado Springs, CO metro area for weekly, biweekly, monthly, or quarterly visits. We also offer package discounts for large events, repeat customers, and referrals. Call for yoga instruction at your workplace in Colorado Springs, CO. Please reference our client list to see who we've worked with.
Ashlynn is a certified Trauma Sensitive Yoga Instructor. She completed her 200 hour trauma sensitive yoga training with Eighteenth Element Yoga in May of 2018. In her time away from teaching, she runs a small business in the beauty industry and studies Psychology and Criminal Justice at UCCS. She has called Colorado Springs home for the past 21 years and is so grateful to be a part of such a wonderful community. Ashlynn looks forward to flowing with you!
Danielle discovered yoga in college when she signed up for a hatha yoga series to fulfill a physical education requirement. She was hooked, and welcomed the healing journey that yoga took her on. In 2010, she committed to a daily, regular yoga practice. By 2014 she was ready to take her journey to a new level, and signed up for teacher training with Meg Galazra, owner of YogaOne studio, located in Cedarburg, WI. It was through teacher training that Danielle discovered a love for the flowing dynamic movements of vinyasa flow, and an appreciation of the relaxing benefits of restorative yin yoga. In 2017 Danielle completed her advanced yoga teacher training with the fearless Gina Caputo, director of The Colorado School of Yoga.
Deanna Patrick did her teacher training at Cambio yoga studio. Deanna loved their concept of donation-based yoga that is accessible to all.
"I fell in love with yoga fifteen years ago, when i realized how it reduced stress and taught me how to be mindfull, both on and off the mat. I love being a teacher as much as being a student. I have taken extended trainings in restorative and yin yoga. In my classes I like to create a spirit of playfulness and inspiriration, opening up to students the wonder of how our bodies and mind can heal through yoga. My hope is always, you step off the mat feeling refreshed , nourished, peacful, and balanced".
Erica is a certified Physician Assistant(PA), RYT-500, iRest instructor, a somatic based therapy teacher for Tension, Stress, and Trauma Releasing Exercises(TRE), and a Yoga Therapist in Training. She has a keen interest in a client-centric, holistic approach to healing combining Western and Eastern modalities to create an integrated approach to wellness. Over the last decade, she has focused her attention in the fields of addiction medicine, interventional pain management, and mental health care working with clients from varied backgrounds in both the medical and yoga settings.
Janine is a Registered Yoga Teacher in Colorado Springs, CO.
Kara Galvin-Fischer is a certified yoga teacher and health & wellness coach who teaches several styles of yoga for many stages of life. Her students range in age from toddlers to seniors. She teaches yoga to several populations including plus size women and cancer survivors. Kara believes yoga is for everyBODY, yes even yours! She lives in Colorado Springs with her husband and son. She teaches in-person classes locally and video chat classes for those who live outside of Colorado Springs.
Katie Morrison is a graduate of the Yogasport Yoga School in Dallas, TX where she was trained in Baptiste style power flow vinyasa yoga. She served the Yogasport community through assisting classes weekly for three years before she began teaching early bird classes. By day, she is a caseworker for El Paso County, helping families in need. She was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, but since moving to Colorado Springs this spring, she has quickly adjusted to Colorado life. She loves to get out and enjoy the beauty of nature around her. Katie is married and has a precious tortie cat at home named Jaina.
Lenora is a children's and adult yoga teacher with a passion for sharing the benefits of yoga with people of all ages, sizes and abilities. She began practicing yoga regularly in her 40's and did not consider teaching yoga until she was in her 50's, proving to herself that age is just a number and you can always learn new things!
"Yoga is not for the flexible; it is for the willing." - Unknown
As a child growing up in North Carolina, Liza spent her afternoons and summers living the sedentary/antisocial life. She didn't participate in any sports and preferred the indoors to out. As an adult, she didn't like working out at the gym but didn't have the motivation to work out at home and struggled with depression and anxiety. Her yoga journey began in 2010. The physical benefits aside, she felt focused, confident, and motivated. She became friends with her body, after years of not feeling strong enough, fast enough, good enough. Liza is now willing to keep her mind and heart open to all possibilities. In an effort to inspire the willing she attended Hot Asana Yoga University in March 2015 and under the great tutelage of Virginia Gallagher and Lisa Rischitelli earned her 200 hour teacher training certificate. Since then she has attended workshops with Kathryn Budig, Rolf Gates, Bryan Kest, Dice Iida-Klein, and Grace Morales. In her classes she encourages and challenges all levels through creative sequencing and safe alignment. Ultimately, Liza's desire as a yoga teacher is for you to walk off your mat aware of your power, potential, and progress.