Teton Yoga Shala

3510 N Lake Creek Dr, Wilson, WY 83014, USA

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  • Raul Espinoza   Jun 22, 2014

    I love the staff, the view, the experience

  • m m   Jan 16, 2016

    Loved that there were Windows instead of mirrors everywhere. Diverse group of teachers here create an inclusive, safe laboratory for the mind body and spirit to explore& heal. I'll always cherish this sweet studio& hope to have the opportunity to return.

  • Jessica Lin   Jul 13, 2018

    Such a beautiful yoga experience! Our instructor, Trish, was so knowledgeable and made us work in such a beautiful way. Her energy is spectacular and I left floating away from the studio. She is an absolute gem within the yoga community here in Jackson. I cannot wait to come back and take class with her.

  • Tori Cook   Mar 15, 2019

    I decided to drop in for a hot yoga class after a long day of snowboarding and I am so happy that I did! The energy was so positive. The class size was small and intimate and the asanas challenged me in the best way. The best part was looking out the windows and watching the sun set over the Tetons. Such a beautiful sight. I highly recommend stopping in for a class some time. I would probably have a membership there if I were a local!

  • Ted Ladd   Aug 04, 2019

    Adi and Ainslie are diligent, patient, and effective. As a 50-year-old inflexible road warrior, I seemed to hurt myself too often. Trying maintain Jackson-esque activity was a pain in the (lower) back. After two years of regular sessions in “Ropes and Chairs” at the Teton Yoga Shala, I can ski, hike, bike, and even fly with more strength and comfort. Far fewer injuries and more confidence allow me to increase my weekly exercise and enjoy the mountains more often. Adi’s class is slow but intense, with deep explanations and an emphasis on the philosophy behind yoga. Ainslie’s class is faster, hitting more muscle groups and typically concluding with an inversion, where you wrap yourself into ropes upside down against a wall. This position was initially intimidating, but now is one of the best 5 minutes of my week. Finally, while Adi and Ainslie take the practice of yoga seriously, they do not take themselves or me too seriously. Even my naïve questions are met with a ready answer, a smile, and some well-deserved and welcome ripping. Ropes, Chairs & Chuckles.

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