Denver Hatha Yoga

Photograph of Erin Mathiason, Denver yoga teacher and owner of Hatha Yoga with Erin
Photo credit: Bryan Lopez

Join Erin for a Hatha Yoga class to:
• Experience a full spectrum of yoga postures including standing, seated and floor poses
• Get more detailed explanations of each pose, with time to focus on your alignment in each pose, especially if you are new to yoga
• Practice with the body you brought to class–get options and variations in each pose
• Enjoy a slower paced class to wind down from a hectic work day (or a strenuous yoga week)
• Focus more on the breath in each pose and practice breath work (Pranayama)
• Finish your practice in Savasana with a guided relaxation

Mondays 5:55 – 7:05 p.m.
Hatha Yoga (All-Levels)
Schlessman YMCA
3901 E Yale Ave, Denver
Please arrive early for this class as the Colorado Building is locked at 6:00 p.m.

Tuesdays 8:15 – 9:15 a.m.
Hatha Yoga (All-Levels)
Southwest YMCA
5181 W Kenyon Ave, Denver

Tuesdays 10:30 – 11:45 a.m.
Gentle (Hatha) Yoga
Englewood’s Malley Center
Starting in January 7, 2020.
3380 S Lincoln Street, Englewood
Participants must be able to get down to and up from the floor comfortably.

Tuesdays 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Gentle (Hatha) Yoga
Mayu Sanctuary
Starting in January 7, 2020.
1804 S. Pearl Street, Denver
Participants must be able to get down to and up from the floor comfortably.

Wednesdays 7:45 – 8:45 a.m.
Beginning Yoga
Glendale Sports Center
4500 E. Kentucky Avenue, Glendale

Thursdays 8:00 – 9:15 a.m.
Gentle (Hatha) Yoga
Schlessman YMCA
3901 E Yale Ave, Denver
This class is designed to meet the needs of older adults. Chairs are available. Late arrivals are welcome.

Fridays, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
AOA Beginning Yoga
Glenarm Recreation Center
2800 Glenarm Place, Denver, CO 80205
Practice yoga in a chair (and standing behind a chair) or on a yoga mat. This class is designed for adults 50+.

Are you ready to begin or deepen your yoga practice? Erin also offers private yoga sessions in the Denver metro area, including at Englewood Recreation Center.

Postures are questions, not answers. . . Practicing asana is not about getting the right answers but rather about continuing to ask questions: How am I breathing? Where does my mind wander? How can I create ease in my body right now? Ask yourself these questions when you practice today. – from A Year of Living Your Yoga: Daily Practices to Shape Your Life by Judith Lasater