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The first class I took was the free Sunday, 90-minute class in the gymnasium. There were about 20 people in the class, and mats, blankets, straps, and blocks were all provided as part of the class. Chelsey taught the class, and I was inspired by her welcoming demeanor and all-levels teaching ability.The regular classes are still really affordable, at only $10 a class. You can register online, pay in person, or buy a pass/punch card. I tend to not carry cash, so I loved the online payment option.
Later in the week, I took two classes by Kristi. The paid classes take place in a smaller room, and you can still use all of the props for free! Kristi’s vinyasa were really active, so I felt like I got a great workout, in addition to an amazing stretch. When she asked for body parts to focus on, I mentioned chest opening and hip opening, and Kristi delivered a spot-on class for those areas! She also curated fantastic playlists. The Co-Op classes take place in the local Town Hall. Just enter the main door and head down the stairs. You’ll see restrooms, a water fountain, and the class areas. The mats and blankets are around a corner, tucked away. The atmosphere is welcoming, and the other students are open and friendly, too! I would highly recommend a visit to the Yoga Co-Op when you visit Crested Butte!
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