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welcome to meta yoga studios

Every journey starts with the that initial step towards your desires. At Meta, we support the traditional Tantric Hatha Yoga perspective: Come as you are. Bring all sides of yourself and together we will uncover your pathway.  No need to be flexible, wear fancy yoga clothing, or own a yoga mat. We welcome you just as you are every time and are excited for you to join us in experiencing our Meta Kula. Below are some suggestions you may find helpful to prepare for your first visit.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO START

If you are a full time local to Summit or Park County and have never been to a class at Meta, you are eligible for our First Week Free special. This offers you (7) classes in (7) consecutive days to try out our classes and teachers. Please bring your proof of residency with you and request this option at the our front desk.

If you own a second home in Breckenridge and have never been to a class at Meta, you are eligible for our Second Home Owners special. This offers you a one-time discounted $30 (3) punch pass. Please bring your proof of residency with you and request this option at the our front desk.

All passes at Meta are non-transferable between clients. You can view all of our rates here as well!

When to Arrive

Please arrive (10) - (15) minutes before your selected class begins in order to check in, allow time to change, fill out our intake form, meet your teacher, and become acquainted with the studio. This is the perfect time to approach your teacher to introduce yourself and share any injuries that may hinder you, and address any other questions or concerns you have.

See Today's Schedule

Look through our class descriptions to discover what's right for you.

Studio Etiquette

Please be mindful of your energy and attitude when arriving to Meta. We created a space that is supportive, nourishing, energizing and a haven from the stresses of daily life. Our studio is open with no doors between the lobby and the yoga studio, allowing sound to travel easily. Please wait to enter the lobby of the studio until the current class has finished.

We are conveniently located next to Cuppa Joe coffee house, opened 6:00am - 3:00pm. If you arrive before the last class has finished, please pop by and get cozy in our neighbor's space.

When you arrive, please remove your shoes upon entering the lobby and place them under the benches. All belongings can be placed in the cubbies and jackets on the hooks. There is a changing room in the rear of the lobby, a water station, and our bathrooms are located on the first floor of the building (grab the key by our front desk).

Take time to turn off your cell phone and refrain from bringing them into the practice space along with your shoes or bags.

What to Bring

Bring a yoga mat, bottle of water, and perhaps a small towel with you to class. We do offer mat rentals for $2 per visit and also offer a variety of yoga mats, towels, and water bottles for sale.

What to Wear

Wear breathable, comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely. For most classes, we suggest bare feet. If you would like to purchase yoga attire, we sell a variety of bottoms and tops for both men and women in our boutique. Please refrain from wearing strong perfumes or colognes, as that may be disturbing to fellow students.

What to Expect

Heated classes are 80 - 108 degrees. It is advisable to wear a little less clothing; yoga shorts work well for this style class. We suggest bringing a hand towel or full-length towel depending on your preference. Both sizes of yoga towels are sold in our boutique as well. Bring a change of clothes and an extra dry towel for after class. Although we do not have showers at the studio, the studio cools down quickly after class to allow you to change gears quickly for your next adventure.

How to prepare for class

  • Avoid eating a heavy meal at least 1- 2 hours before class.
  • Hydration: Come to class well hydrated and drink water throughout class.
  • Come to hot classes early as well to help your body adapt to the new environment.