Join us for yoga at the Whitewater Center and take part in over 280 practices throughout the year, including at least one practice a day the months of May through September. Multiple flows and formats will be offered, as well as a variety of options for all levels of ability. Practices are one hour in duration and free of charge, held at the USNWC’s South Ridge (see map below) and are led by certified yoga instructors.
- When: May through September. Certain festivals will feature additional yoga practices. See below for details.
- Mondays – 6:30pm, Open Level Flow
- Tuesdays – 9:30am, Open Level Flow; 6:30pm, Slow Flow
- Wednesdays – 6:30pm, Open Level Flow
- Thursdays – 9:30am, Slow Flow; 6:30pm, Open Level Flow
- Fridays – 9:30am, Open Level Flow; 6:30pm, Fun Flow
- Saturdays – 9:30am, Slow Flow; 11:30am, Open Level Flow; 6:30pm, Fun Flow
- Sundays – 11:30am, Open Level Flow; 2:30pm, Slow Flow
- Location: South Ridge
- Cost: Free ($6 per vehicle parking fee)
- Weather: Yoga is scheduled to proceed rain or shine. In the event of severe weather, the USNWC reserves the right to cancel yoga practices, and will notify participants via the USNWC calendar and weekly yoga Facebook events.
Slow Flow is a slower paced Vinyasa flow for beginner to intermediate yogis. More advanced yogis are welcome to come review the basics and challenge themselves holding poses for longer. This class is perfect to de-stress, slow down and find your breath. Open Level Flow is an intermediate Vinyasa Flow that’s challenging, yet leaves you feeling refreshed and invigorated. Fun Flow is a Vinyasa Flow class with an emphasis on having fun and moving like yourself. This flow leaves room for more challenging postures, as well as offering modifications that include everyone in the practice.
During USNWC festivals, all normally scheduled Yoga Series practices will take place at their regular time, with certain festivals including additionally scheduled practices. To view the complete yoga schedule for each festival, please visit the individual festival pages.
Flow Fest, our annual yoga, wellness, and mindfulness festival, features a variety of yoga classes and workshops across the spectrum to invigorate and energize both the curious first-timers and the seasoned yogi. Participate in specialty practices such as a morning guided hike through the trails for sunrise yoga or down dog under the tree canopies with an afternoon restorative class. Whether you are looking to elevate your practice to the next level or seek out tips and techniques on inversions and energy healing, there is plenty of opportunity to engage on and off the mat.
- When: First Sunday of the month, May through September, at 11:00am; select festivals throughout the year (See specific festival schedules for dates and times.)
- Location: Check-in at the Kayak Center 30 minutes in advance.
- Register: All guests must register for a SUP Yoga time slot in order to participate in the class. Day of registration will be available as capacity allows.
- Cost: For guests looking participate in SUP Yoga, there will be a $25 SUP Yoga registration fee. For Annual Pass holders and Day Pass holders there is no charge, but guests must register for the class to secure a spot. Guests may register online, or registration is available at Guest Services or at the Kayak Center. Guests bringing their own board will be allowed to take the class at no cost, but are not guaranteed a spot on the anchor system.
- Class size is limited.
- All equipment is provided with registration fee. This includes SUP board, paddle, PFD (Personal Flotation Device), and anchor.
- Suggested personal items include: hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, towel, and comfortable walking shoes.
- Specialty yoga practices include Acro Yoga, Meditative Yoga, Power Yoga, and Slackline Yoga.
- When: Select festivals throughout the year (See specific festival schedules for dates and times)
- Cost: Free ($6 per vehicle parking fee)
200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training:
Accelerate your learning and expand your knowledge with the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training program at the Whitewater Center, in conjunction with Chakra Flow University. Dive deep into the poses, philosophies, and practices behind yoga, whether your goal is to become a certified yoga teacher or a well-versed yogi as you take the next step in your yoga journey. This program is a unique 200-hour RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) training that couples the traditional curriculum with elective activities like SUP Yoga, hands-on experience, and a combination of classroom settings and natural environments at the Whitewater Center. Learn more and register here (course begins in August).