Corepower Yoga

★☆☆☆☆
39.7506 -105.001
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303-629-0800

1538 Wazee St.

Denver, CO

80202

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This studio is closed, and is not an example of what CorePower Yoga is. Check out one of the great open studios.

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This studio is closed, and is not an example of what CorePower Yoga is. Check out one of the great open studios.

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I agree with the last two reviews: yoga for cheerleaders--thats approriate
"Ripping the heart out of yoga" thats even better

- the teachers actually try to teach students how to breath? They don't know how to breath!!! "Feel your breath"!!!! are you kidding-- NONE of the teachers have a real practice-- isn't that page 28 out of the manual? you read something and then can teach it?

Didn't they teach you that YOU have to have a practice to teach? if your teacher has tight hips or shoulders and they "claim" to have been practicing for "years"-- ask them in dog years or people years?
-- because I know all bodies are different-- but a real yoga teacher works on themselves first, can present their practice to their students--all yoga teachers can't do everything for sure-- but if they can't even take their own shoulders back-- ask them how long they have been doing it-- isn't it sad when a teacher tries to teach what they don't know-- or listen to all of their own made up stories of how they came to yoga for some debilitating situation-- I heard a teacher say she had been doing yoga for three years and she just finished training and she couldn't modify a student during class because she couldn't open her shoulders to properly demonstrate--- I left, never to return.

Beware students-- a class that is all about speed and nothing about alignment-- and you want to be distracted by music, a fast paced class because you are unable to sit still-- faster the better is what I hear about COREPOWER--

The real yoga community is not receptive to COREPOWER-- granted they have a business manager at the top--but commercial success does not equal good yoga-- after all, cigarettes are a billion dollar industry, and yet, here we are, don't we all know now, cigarettes aren't good for you-- beware of WALMART yoga-- no teacher worth a yoga class is working at COREPOWER YOGA--

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I agree with the last two reviews: yoga for cheerleaders--thats approriate
"Ripping the heart out of yoga" thats even better

- the teachers actually try to teach students how to breath? They don't know how to breath!!! "Feel your breath"!!!! are you kidding-- NONE of the teachers have a real practice-- isn't that page 28 out of the manual? you read something and then can teach it?

Didn't they teach you that YOU have to have a practice to teach? if your teacher has tight hips or shoulders and they "claim" to have been practicing for "years"-- ask them in dog years or people years?
-- because I know all bodies are different-- but a real yoga teacher works on themselves first, can present their practice to their students--all yoga teachers can't do everything for sure-- but if they can't even take their own shoulders back-- ask them how long they have been doing it-- isn't it sad when a teacher tries to teach what they don't know-- or listen to all of their own made up stories of how they came to yoga for some debilitating situation-- I heard a teacher say she had been doing yoga for three years and she just finished training and she couldn't modify a student during class because she couldn't open her shoulders to properly demonstrate--- I left, never to return.

Beware students-- a class that is all about speed and nothing about alignment-- and you want to be distracted by music, a fast paced class because you are unable to sit still-- faster the better is what I hear about COREPOWER--

The real yoga community is not receptive to COREPOWER-- granted they have a business manager at the top--but commercial success does not equal good yoga-- after all, cigarettes are a billion dollar industry, and yet, here we are, don't we all know now, cigarettes aren't good for you-- beware of WALMART yoga-- no teacher worth a yoga class is working at COREPOWER YOGA--

Pros: pretty and shiny lights

Cons: everything else accept the lights

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Meh. It's okay. Kinda of a "big business" operation. Their Hot Yoga classes are really nice but it's too bad they've altered the format from 90 to 60 minutes in some places. And, they've replaced a lot of them with their "signature" Corepower class which reminds me of some kind of yoga for cheerleaders...

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★★★☆☆

Meh. It's okay. Kinda of a "big business" operation. Their Hot Yoga classes are really nice but it's too bad they've altered the format from 90 to 60 minutes in some places. And, they've replaced a lot of them with their "signature" Corepower class which reminds me of some kind of yoga for cheerleaders...

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Ego trippn' galore! Some of the teachers are good but most are very inexperienced. After talking with a few instructors, I learned a bit about the company's business model and it is very apparent that Corepower is in the business for the money, not for the yoga. They are opening as many studios in as many states as possible, and most of the instructors come from the Corepower teacher training class which is only 200 hours long. (A few of the instructors said that they have been shorted pay from the managment as they are paid on a per class basis!) They cram as many people in the studio as possible and during the evening classes I was literally 1 inch away from someone else's mat in all directions. Also, during the summer they fail to adjust the thermostat in the studios. The temperature was too much as a handful of students walked out of the room nearly fainting.

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★☆☆☆☆

Ego trippn' galore! Some of the teachers are good but most are very inexperienced. After talking with a few instructors, I learned a bit about the company's business model and it is very apparent that Corepower is in the business for the money, not for the yoga. They are opening as many studios in as many states as possible, and most of the instructors come from the Corepower teacher training class which is only 200 hours long. (A few of the instructors said that they have been shorted pay from the managment as they are paid on a per class basis!) They cram as many people in the studio as possible and during the evening classes I was literally 1 inch away from someone else's mat in all directions. Also, during the summer they fail to adjust the thermostat in the studios. The temperature was too much as a handful of students walked out of the room nearly fainting.

Pros: Sweating and stretching amongst the beautiful people of Denver

Cons: Class size is not limited so you may be mat to mat (especiall in the evening)

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