Flexibility is a crucial component of rock climbing, and what better way to get more flexibility then taking a Yoga class. Best of all, it's FREE for Summit members
* Class is limited to 20 people and is on a first come first serve basis
Variety Yoga: Class format changes daily to accommodate the needs of the class. This class will allow you to try different styles ofyoga such as Vinyasa Flow, Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and much more.
CoreFusion: A blend of Yoga and Pilates aimed at increasing cardio endurance and target core muscles.
Power Yoga: A vigorous class that synchronizes breathing with powerful, sweeping moves that increase muscle tone, strength, flexibility, and endurance.
Hatha Yoga: A traditional style of yoga that blends breathing, postures and quiet reflection into moves that are produced in a smooth, slow and calm manner. Poses are held longer, and is aimed at developing or refining techniques for a safe and productiveyoga practice.
Slow Flow: Concentrates on coordinating breathing patterns with fluid movements that is aimed at bringing relaxation to mind, body, and spirit.
Yin Yoga: A very passive style of yoga in which one holds very simple poses for extended periods of time. Yin yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga, and is aimed at the connective tissues in the body, helps increase range of motion, reduces chronic pain, and promotes relaxation.
Don't forget to sign a waiver
Every time before climbing at Summit, you must fill out a liability release form. Minors under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign off on their liability release form before they can climb.
Also, no one under the age of 14 is allowed to belay (work the safety ropes), and must have someone over the age of 14 to belay them while they climb. Belayers must also fill out a liability release form.