CorePower Yoga

★★★★★
Several Denver-area locations offer hot yoga and CorePower yoga, training classes, massage and acupuncture services.
  • 333 13th St Ave

    Denver, CO 80204

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  • 303-863-9642

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Mon-Fri 7am-7pm

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I recently spoke with someone in the corporate office and she ended up interrupting and yelling at me. I guess Yoga is not calming her down. I guess they do not practice what they preach.

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I recently spoke with someone in the corporate office and she ended up interrupting and yelling at me. I guess Yoga is not calming her down. I guess they do not practice what they preach.

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I found CPY, CPY found me. Awesome, serendipitous and oh-so-right. A lot of choice in classes (both type and time). Every teacher has been wonderful - each is a little unique, too, which keeps my right-brain engaged and guarantees it

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I found CPY, CPY found me. Awesome, serendipitous and oh-so-right. A lot of choice in classes (both type and time). Every teacher has been wonderful - each is a little unique, too, which keeps my right-brain engaged and guarantees it

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When I first joined Corepower back in 2005, the instructors were helpful, warm and in sync with yoga teachings. There was incense, inspiring quotes, aromatherapy, down to earth instructors that assisted you in the journey of spiritual

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When I first joined Corepower back in 2005, the instructors were helpful, warm and in sync with yoga teachings. There was incense, inspiring quotes, aromatherapy, down to earth instructors that assisted you in the journey of spiritual

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If you're looking for a simple and efficient yoga practice then corepower is your yoga studio. Their yogi's are all certified to train you properly in yoga techniques. give them a try, you wont be dissapointed.

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If you're looking for a simple and efficient yoga practice then corepower is your yoga studio. Their yogi's are all certified to train you properly in yoga techniques. give them a try, you wont be dissapointed.

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Their adaptation of the Bikram Yoga Series was really good until they attempted to shave either 15 or 30 minutes off the traditional 90 minute class length, presumably to fit in more classes. And, they've replaced too many with their

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Their adaptation of the Bikram Yoga Series was really good until they attempted to shave either 15 or 30 minutes off the traditional 90 minute class length, presumably to fit in more classes. And, they've replaced too many with their

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My first yoga class was at the Corepower Grant studio in 2004... and I instantly fell in LOVE. Corepower was my base for 3 years before I moved to Phoenix for 2 years. Since moving back to Denver I have been consistently disappointed with

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My first yoga class was at the Corepower Grant studio in 2004... and I instantly fell in LOVE. Corepower was my base for 3 years before I moved to Phoenix for 2 years. Since moving back to Denver I have been consistently disappointed with

Pros: Killer Workout

Cons: Corporate Buzzkill

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Corepower yoga is by far the best yoga studio in town. I remember the first time I walked into a yoga class. I was so nervous. Now I am hooked. Hot yoga certainly takes a little bit of getting used to - this studio does a great job with their new students. Start out with C1 and some of the beginner classes. All of the instructors do a great job showing you what to do and helping you with your body positioning. You will abosolutely love this place!

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Corepower yoga is by far the best yoga studio in town. I remember the first time I walked into a yoga class. I was so nervous. Now I am hooked. Hot yoga certainly takes a little bit of getting used to - this studio does a great job with their new students. Start out with C1 and some of the beginner classes. All of the instructors do a great job showing you what to do and helping you with your body positioning. You will abosolutely love this place!

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I've been to many Core Power Yoga studios and this one stands out as intense in both classes and people.

I'm not sure if it's because this location is downtown, but there is a definite competitive energy charging through the classes. If

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I've been to many Core Power Yoga studios and this one stands out as intense in both classes and people.

I'm not sure if it's because this location is downtown, but there is a definite competitive energy charging through the classes. If

Pros: high energy, truly challenging workouts

Cons: more competitive atmosphere, non supportive teachers

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If you want a calm, centering practice that allows you to breathe and ground yourself physically and maybe even spiritually as well, then keep looking.\r
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However, if you want a class where the instructor screams at the top of her lungs

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If you want a calm, centering practice that allows you to breathe and ground yourself physically and maybe even spiritually as well, then keep looking.\r
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However, if you want a class where the instructor screams at the top of her lungs

Pros: High Energy, Good Cardio and Strength Workout

Cons: False Advertising - Not Yoga

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Don't get me wrong, if I graduated from Naropa and spent a semester studying yoga from some guru in India, I too would be envious that some 20 something females (who also happen to be hot) are making money teaching yoga after a brief

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Don't get me wrong, if I graduated from Naropa and spent a semester studying yoga from some guru in India, I too would be envious that some 20 something females (who also happen to be hot) are making money teaching yoga after a brief

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November 2007 was my wake up call. A body composition test showed I was nearly obese at 25% body fat and had extremely low muscle mass. I couldn't believe it! At 5'11'' and 185 lbs I didn't think I was in THAT bad of shape. I was

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November 2007 was my wake up call. A body composition test showed I was nearly obese at 25% body fat and had extremely low muscle mass. I couldn't believe it! At 5'11'' and 185 lbs I didn't think I was in THAT bad of shape. I was

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never to say a bad word, per se-- corepower yoga studios are okay-- they aren't for REAL yogi's-- but if you want a sweaty workout and a variety to a yoga session once in a while-- its okay-thats the compliment\r
But, the REAL of it is,

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never to say a bad word, per se-- corepower yoga studios are okay-- they aren't for REAL yogi's-- but if you want a sweaty workout and a variety to a yoga session once in a while-- its okay-thats the compliment\r
But, the REAL of it is,

Pros: convenient bathrooms and locations, class times

Cons: not real yoga, inexperienced teachers, too sweaty and hot, not sanitary

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I like CorePower for it short focused classes. Yes, if you want to really improve at yoga, go to a studio where the instructor cares about your alignment. However, for people on a busy schedule, CorePower can be a component of a good yoga

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I like CorePower for it short focused classes. Yes, if you want to really improve at yoga, go to a studio where the instructor cares about your alignment. However, for people on a busy schedule, CorePower can be a component of a good yoga

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I have been practiceing with CorePower for three weeks now and I just love it. I have gone to the Grant, Cherry Hills, and Broadway locations. At all three locations I have had experienced teachers who are will to help when needed. The

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I have been practiceing with CorePower for three weeks now and I just love it. I have gone to the Grant, Cherry Hills, and Broadway locations. At all three locations I have had experienced teachers who are will to help when needed. The

Pros: Everything!!

Cons: At the Grant location it is difficult to find parking, and get there a little early because classes can fill up fast

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I just want to address the criticisms of Corepower I see written here. I started doing yoga a couple years ago. My first class was at Samadhi. I then went to Coprepower, and have gone there several times a week consistently since then.

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I just want to address the criticisms of Corepower I see written here. I started doing yoga a couple years ago. My first class was at Samadhi. I then went to Coprepower, and have gone there several times a week consistently since then.

Pros: Numer of classes and times

Cons: Not enough depth

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The Core Power 2 class is great and very beneficial. It makes me mentally and physically stronger so I can enjoy the sports I play (triathalons, lacrosse, mountian + road biking) better. It also relieves stress and helps me focus at work.

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The Core Power 2 class is great and very beneficial. It makes me mentally and physically stronger so I can enjoy the sports I play (triathalons, lacrosse, mountian + road biking) better. It also relieves stress and helps me focus at work.

Pros: C2 class is a one hour class that is enjoyable, convenient and beneficial

Cons: can be crowded, some instructors are so-so

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There's something about the practice of yoga... the ability to spend time on your mat... to bring awareness without reaction... to observe... to honor... to challenge... to destress... to recreate... to surrender that I just can't get

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There's something about the practice of yoga... the ability to spend time on your mat... to bring awareness without reaction... to observe... to honor... to challenge... to destress... to recreate... to surrender that I just can't get

Pros: Variety of classes, quality/ variety of instructors, times of classes

Cons: parking

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I have practiced yoga for over 10 years, everything from Ashtanga to Bikram and I LOVE the corepower philosophy. I am a busy mom who owns her own business and I really like that corepower offers many different classes without having to

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I have practiced yoga for over 10 years, everything from Ashtanga to Bikram and I LOVE the corepower philosophy. I am a busy mom who owns her own business and I really like that corepower offers many different classes without having to

Pros: beautiful stuio, great atmosphere, awesome workout

Cons: inconsistent instructors, need more class times

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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

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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

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I don't understand why people don't like this place. I get individual attention and get adjusted in class all the time. This was one of the first places I went to for yoga and now it is the only one. The classes are fun, a great

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I don't understand why people don't like this place. I get individual attention and get adjusted in class all the time. This was one of the first places I went to for yoga and now it is the only one. The classes are fun, a great

Pros: Lot's of classes, great teachers , not intimidating

Cons: cost can be high, crowded at night

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Three year ago I went here every day and loved it. I felt a connection with the teachers and was adjusted in class daily. Now, I will never return. They have allowed it to become way too crowded (there have actaully been times where

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Three year ago I went here every day and loved it. I felt a connection with the teachers and was adjusted in class daily. Now, I will never return. They have allowed it to become way too crowded (there have actaully been times where

Pros: Tons of classes

Cons: No adjustments, No attention, Not a good value

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Friendly instructors and couldn't ask for a more well maintained studio!

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Friendly instructors and couldn't ask for a more well maintained studio!

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I am an avid outdoors person and was skeptical of yoga. I injured my knee and was recommended by my PT to give this a try. I am stronger than ever before both physically and mentally. Stepping into a Corepower yoga studio has truly

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I am an avid outdoors person and was skeptical of yoga. I injured my knee and was recommended by my PT to give this a try. I am stronger than ever before both physically and mentally. Stepping into a Corepower yoga studio has truly

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Imagine a calistenics or aerobics class in a heated room with a splattering of sanskrit thrown in for good measure--there you have it in a nutshell. If you are looking for a place to learn, actually learn rather than parrot a pose, you

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Imagine a calistenics or aerobics class in a heated room with a splattering of sanskrit thrown in for good measure--there you have it in a nutshell. If you are looking for a place to learn, actually learn rather than parrot a pose, you

Pros: nice studios, convenient times

Cons: novice teachers, boring

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I don't want to blast them, but I will be truthful. If you are a new student, then I would not reccommend this place. You will not get proper instruction on alignment. The classes are EXTREMEMLY repetitive. No matter what teacher you

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I don't want to blast them, but I will be truthful. If you are a new student, then I would not reccommend this place. You will not get proper instruction on alignment. The classes are EXTREMEMLY repetitive. No matter what teacher you

Pros: Nice studio, fun music

Cons: Poor instruction

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Going to Core Power Yoga was one of the best things I could have done. I am now mentally and physically ready to take on anything ! Although the classes can sometimes be a bit crowded but it is well worth it!!!

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Going to Core Power Yoga was one of the best things I could have done. I am now mentally and physically ready to take on anything ! Although the classes can sometimes be a bit crowded but it is well worth it!!!

Pros: Prices for students, Very patient , A+ instructors

Cons: class sizes, Parking

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The power yoga class is not for the faint of heart - this class will have you stretchy and sweaty in no time! The staff is always friendly and well trained. This is a wonderful place for beginners and advanced students!

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The power yoga class is not for the faint of heart - this class will have you stretchy and sweaty in no time! The staff is always friendly and well trained. This is a wonderful place for beginners and advanced students!

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