Strengthen, Unwind, and Restore

Each of our yoga classes is specifically designed to fire up your strength, reset your mind and restore your energy. Yoga classes are taught by some of the best yoga instructors in the area and tailored to fit every experience level.

  • Yoga classes are FREE for members and day passes.
  • Registration open 17 hours in advance
  • Space is limited so pre-registration is recommended. Spots are only guaranteed until 5 minutes before practice is scheduled to start.
  • To ensure the safety of all students and to honor each student’s practice, yogis will not be permitted to enter the practice space 5 minutes after the class has started.
  • Participants must be ages 13+



Crystal City Yoga Calendar

Upcoming Workshops & Special Classes

Introduction to Meditation and Pranayama

Instructor: Jazmín Gonzalez
Date: Sunday February 23, 2020
Time: 1pm to 2:30pm
Cost: Members: $15/ Non-Members: $30
Description:Breath is a dynamic bridge between the body and the mind. Pranayama is the art of prolongation and control of the breath, it helps in bringing conscious awareness to breathing and the reshaping of thought habits and patterns. Meditation is a practice for calming the mind, to create a higher state of awareness of yourself but also of everything that is around you. In this workshop, you'll learn the tools to use whether at home, in a yoga studio or on the go. This will elevate the quality of your yoga practice, but also your life, by bringing your mind to its natural state of peace and happiness.



Yoga & Painting

Instructor: Suzy Hammons
Date: Saturday March 14, 2020
Time: 12pm to 2:00pm
Cost: Members: $20/ Non-Members: $45
Description: Unleash your creative juices through yoga and meditation before painting a masterpiece. In this 2-hour workshop, we will warm up with a mini-vinyasa flow. Then, using deep breathing we will open and balance the 7 chakras through guided meditation. Each student will be encouraged to express themselves in acrylics on canvas, creating a masterpiece to take home. No prior yoga experience, painting experience or knowledge of the chakra system required.



Workshop Series: Foundations of Yoga

Instructors: Claudia Nguyen, Zahra Abbassi, and KJ Hamos
Date: Saturdays March 7, 21, 28 & April 4
Time: 12pm to 2pm
Cost: Members- $100 for all 4 sessions/ $30 individual Non-Members- $150 for all 4 sessions/ $45 individual
Description: Scared to start a practice because you aren't sure of the poses? Or our you looking to return to the basics to enhance your practice? Our 4-part foundational series is great for beginning and experienced students alike. This series is designed to give you a language and an understanding of the practice(s) of yoga. Not specifically an easy workshop, it is designed to get you feeling stable, balanced, at ease and accomplished in your practice.
Session1: March 7| Vinyasa + Warrior Series
Session 2: March 21| Balancing Postures
Session 3: March 28 | Backbends + Forward Folds
Session 4: April 4| Hip Openers



Blast Off! Introduction to Rocket Yoga

Instructor: Kristi Wass
Date: Saturday April 18, 2020
Time: 11:30am to 1pm
Cost: Members: $15/ Non-Members: $30
Description: Blast off! Rocket 1 blends the forward folds and twists of Ashtanga’s primary series with creative transitions, inversions, and arm balances. Join instructor Kristi Wass for a special Rocket workshop to learn about the Rocket Yoga system, traditional Rocket 1 postures, tips to work toward stronger inversions and arm balances, and modifications to safely approach your practice. Expect a strong, dynamic sequence, including traditional sun salutations, playful daffodils through standing postures, creative transitions to link seated postures, and a modified closing sequence to round out your practice.


Earth Treks workshops require a minimum of 10 people pre-registered for the workshop to take place. Should the workshop not meet the minimum number 48 hours prior to the workshop, the workshop will be canceled. If Earth Treks cancels an event, a full refund will be issued.


Meet the Instructors

Class Descriptions


AcroYoga combines the playfulness of partner acrobatics with the mindfulness of yoga, and the creativity of dance. Working in partnership with others, the practice builds trust, communication, connection, flexibility and strength. This class is open to all levels and no partner is required!

All Levels Power Flow

Power Flow Yoga offers a one breath per movement, continuous flow that’s challenging and energetic. These classes explore a variety of sequences, variations and transitions and offer the yogis an opportunity to personalize the practice by adjusting the sequence so it feels safe and good in their bodies.

All Levels Vinyasa

Vinyasa focuses on integrating breath and movement through steady and fluid asana sequences (sequences of yoga poses) called Vinyasa. Possibly the most common style of yoga taught in the West, Vinyasa or Flow classes improve balance, strength, flexibility, and connection to the body and breath. These all-levels classes are designed to be accessible to everybody, oftentimes poses and sequences include both easier and more challenging options so you can create your own practice.

Daybreak Yoga 

Daybreak Yoga is an invigorating, yet moderately paced flow that is sure to get your mind and body moving throughout the day. With breath at the center of this practice, Daybreak Yoga  provides an opportunity to pause and recalibrate the alignment of the mind, body, and breath so you leave feeling present and aware. 


Great for beginning and experienced students alike, this class is designed to give you a language and an understanding of the practice(s) of yoga. Not specifically an easy class, it is designed to get you feeling stable, balanced, at ease and accomplished in your practice. This class is good for those new to yoga or students looking to fine-tune their practice.


Restorative classes incorporate active relaxation, using props and longer held poses to promote healing. This class is perfect for recovery or those times when you feel weak, stressed, fatigued or want to recuperate your body or mind after climbing. Some teachers may incorporate meditation, pranayama (breathing exercises), or yoga nidra (yogic sleep) as part of a restorative practice. 

Rocket Yoga

Rocket is a physically demanding style of yoga that re-sequences the disciplined Ashtanga yoga system into a playful, energetic practice. Developed by Larry Schultz in the 80s and credited as the original power yoga, each sequence begins with sun salutations and standing postures and then progresses quickly into creatively-linked arm balances, inversions and seated postures. Rocket Yoga was named by Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead, who said “It gets you there faster!"

Slow Flow Vinyasa 

Unwind from your day as you move fluidly through poses to relieve tension in the mind and body. Our slow flow practice will  provide poses that range from gentle to challenging, done with stable, centering energy. This moving meditative practice will provide you with mindfulness of action and awareness of breathing. 

Slow Flow + Yin 

A combo of our Slow Flow Vinyasa and Yin Yoga class! 

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a deeply gentle and slow class. Poses are held for 2-5 minutes or more to stretch and release the ligaments, fascia, and other connective tissue. Props are used to help support our shapes. This practice helps calm and balance the mind while improving flexibility and lowering stress levels. Extra layers or socks can feel good in this cooling class.


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