Yoga On The Summit

What better way to relax and unwind than by taking in morning views of the Teton Mountains as you practice centering the mind through a graceful flow. Begin your Thursdays and Sundays by breathing in the fresh mountain air as you take a 15-minute scenic chairlift ride on Dreamcatcher Chairlift to the top of Fred’s mountain, where you will find sunshine, cool breezes, and Zen. Join us for a one-hour yoga class that will combine breath and posture to attain a state of mindfulness and an improved sense of well-being. At the end of class, take the scenic chair lift down or hike down the mountain for final moments of calm and beautiful scenery. All levels welcome.
 
Please bring water as well as wear proper attire. Limited mats will be available at the summit. Plan on arriving to Dreamcatcher Lift twenty minutes before class to ensure timely arrival to the top. Attendees must check-in at the Activity Center to confirm waiver and get lift ticket before ascending.
 
Classes are $29/person (2-person minimum in order to hold class) and begins at 9:30am. Each class will be one hour long.
 
Classes are held during the summer season on the following dates with either Christine or Leah:
 
Sunday, July 7- Leah
Thursday, July 11 – Leah
Thursday, July 18 – Christine
Sunday, July 21 – Leah
Thursday, July 25 – Christine
Sunday, July 28 – Leah
Sunday, August 4 – Christine
Thursday, August 8 – Christine
Thursday, August 15 – Leah
Sunday, August 18 – Leah
Thursday, August 29 – Leah
Thursday, September 5 – Christine
Sunday, September 8 – Christine
 

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Meet the Instructors

Christine Mock RYT500

Christine is a yoga teacher, herbalist and life enthusiast, but first and foremost she is a student. The RYT500 hails from the High Plains of Laramie, Wyoming and was certified as an RYT200 in 2014 at Hot Power Yoga there. Christine recently completed her 500hr YTT in Costa Rica. Since, she was taught hundreds of hours of yoga in four states. Passionately exhilarated by nature, music, art and wellness, she draws insight from all facets of life into her classes. Coupled with a reverent focus on body awareness, intelligent movement and a generous dose of compassion, Christine uses inspired self expression to make a variety of yoga styles accessible, engaging and fun.

“To me, yoga is the practice of introducing yourself to your true self. Sometimes that practice requires effort, and sometimes it calls for ease. Yoga is befriending the synergy between dark and light, calm and chaos, suffering and peace. It’s practicing the art of navigating with grace the waves of life, on and off the mat.” Using this philosophy, Christine fosters embodied power and grounded confidence through breath, asana and meditation. Curious for just about every type of yoga, she has gone on to teach hundreds of hours in a wide variety of classes constructed on our innate ability for self-healing, growth and transformation. When she isn’t teaching yoga you can find her on a mountain somewhere hiking, mountain biking, running or snowboarding with her partner and two dogs.

Leah Ronnow

Originally from Utah, Leah was raised adventuring in the Wasatch mountains. She began her journey with yoga 17 years ago as cross-training for an already active lifestyle of skiing, hiking and racing bikes. Initially drawn to the physical practice of yoga, it was the spiritual and emotional aspect of the practice that changed her life. Wanting to give yoga back to her community, she studied at Inbody Academy under D’ana Baptiste. In 2012 she completed a 200 hour teacher training and taught group classes. Continuing her studies she completed a 500 hour yoga therapy course and began teaching private yoga as a certified yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists. In 2017, she also completed an advanced Forrest teacher training under Ana Forrest. She currently teaches public classes in Forrest-inspired yoga, vinyasa and restore at Hummingbird Yoga Studio.