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Yoga & Meditation in Vail

Vail is a fantastic place to clear your mind & body with Yoga and Meditation at 8,000 feet. Our vibrant health & wellness community has what you need to breathe your stress and worries away.

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Namaste in Vail with traditional and unique yoga offerings designed to restore mind and body from life’s stressors. Free your mind from unwanted thoughts and enjoy the ahhh as your muscles expand and toxins are released. If you’re new to yoga, Vail is the place to try it! Instructors love what they do and can guide any new yogi to feel amazing benefits from their first sun salutation to downward dog.

You’ll find traditional yoga offerings in Vail at Dryland Fitness & Spa and the Vail Racquet Club & Fitness Center. For a more unique yoga experience, slow your breath at these favorites.

MOUNTAIN TOP YOGA at mid-vail

EVERY SATURDAY 6/18 – 8/27  PRESENTED BY NATURE VALLEY

Grab your friends and start your day off taking in mountain top views with a zen mindset.

Classes run from 10am – 11am, located on the lower level of the Mid-Vail Deck.
Afterwards enjoy prizing and giveaways courtesy of Nature Valley.
Mountain Top Yoga tickets are available at the Lionshead and Vail Village Ticket Offices.
Ticket with 22/23 season pass: $10; Ticket with Scenic Gondola Ticket Included: $60

Meditation

Meditation can change your life, and Vail’s summer surroundings provide the perfect atmosphere to let go of it all. A few of our favorite serene spots:

  • Betty Ford Alpine Gardens & Vail’s Nature Center – Take a seat on a quiet bench and be kept company by a collection of alpine, sub-alpine, and other mountain plants and flowers. 
  • Vail’s Library – Simply being in a library is practically a meditation all its own, and this quiet location features plentiful nooks indoors and out with its beautiful alpine setting along Gore Creek, complete with benches and picnic tables.
  • Gore Creek – Explore the miles of easy going trails along Gore Creek and find your own tree, bench, or picnic spot to unwind, listen to the creek, and meditate while you feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of the world.  

“Forest Bathing” is the newest trend making its way to Vail. All about slowing waaaay down and connecting with nature, you’ll find that spending time in nature just feels good!