From Thunder Basin National Grassland to Yellowstone National Park and all that lies between, Wyoming’s stunning natural beauty seeps into the soul. Practicing yoga is an awesome way to channel all that beauty. And in Wyoming, there are plenty of great places to do it. Here are our favorite yoga studios in the Cowboy State.
Ahimsa offers students a tremendous selection of classes, as well as events and workshops, at its Laramie studio. The studio offers both drop-in and registered classes in styles such as vinyasa, power flow, bikram and soul flow. In addition to yoga, meditation, reiki and massage are available at Ahimsa.
Students in Wilson love to drop in at Teton Yoga Shala’s bright, naturally-lighted studios. With classes for anyone from the most advanced practitioners to beginning students and even kids, you are sure to find one that fits your practice. The gorgeous mountain views also contribute to one’s overall sense of well-being.
In Casper, WyOMing Yoga and Massage offers yoga classes of all levels as part of a holistic approach toward building awareness of body, mind and soul. The studio offers classes for students of all levels, as well as classes that combine yoga hiking and stand-up paddle boarding.
Practitioners in Laramie love the wide range of classes—from beginner to advanced and teacher training—and disciplines offered on Blossom Yoga’s class schedule. Their classes include flow, hatha and ashtanga, which are all taught in a welcoming, comfortable environment in which to practice.
In the shadows of the Tetons, Akasha Yoga brings folks together to practice in the building that once housed Jackson Hole’s first schoolhouse. The studio offers several styles of practice, including hatha, deep flow, vinyasa and fire flow. Akasha offers several levels of classes and memberships so you can find a way to practice that fits your schedule and budget.
For a decade, Little Lotus Yoga has offered classes for practitioners of all levels, at its studio in Downtown Cheyenne. The schedule includes classes like active flow, hatha, BUTI, vinyasa and Sivananda, as well as yoga hybrids such as barre. Students of all ages are welcome.
Cody is located on the edge of the Shoshone National Forest, just outside the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Firefly Yoga and Wellness is located on the third floor of a building, with windows all around, so that students can enjoy the beauty of the environment as they practice. They offer group and private lessons for all levels of practice, including teacher training for those who wish to become yoga instructors.
Bhava Shala in Lander was designed as a community space where people can come together and share mindful practices. The studio offers several classes for all levels of practice, including reiki and meditation. Regularly scheduled workshops and events help to expand the contexts for students’ practices.
Located in the gorgeous Jackson Hole area, Inversion Yoga is a two-room studio that offers dozens of weekly classes taught by more than 25 teachers. Inversion offers a welcoming, nonjudgmental space for yogis of all levels of experience, including advanced workshops and teacher trainings.
Folks in Rawlins enjoy their yoga practice at Cedar Street Studio. The studio’s mission is to use yoga practice and other body movement arts—such as ballet, barre and Pilates—to help students find art, joy and expression in movement. The studio offers yoga classes for all ages and skill levels.