We have designed a Yoga & Fitness Program that offers you a variety of daily classes focused on improving your strength, mobility, and overall wellness. Whether you are looking for pre-climb or post-climb classes with your community, or if you’re in need of a restorative practice on your rest days, we’ve got you covered.
VE Active Members: $5 deposit per reservation, refunded upon arrival*
VE Frozen Members: $10 per reservation*
Non-Members: $10 per reservation*
*Because of capacity restrictions, Yoga & Fitness class reservations do NOT include access to climbing and fitness areas. If you plan on climbing or utilizing the fitness areas before/after class, please reserve a spot HERE.
*Yoga mats are NOT available to rent. Please bring your own mat.
*LATE CANCELLATION POLICY: We have a 4 hour cancellation window for all classes on the schedule. If you cancel your spot within 4 hours of start time, you will not receive a refund of your booking fee. Outside of the 4 hour window, you can relocate or cancel your booking free of charge.
* If no one is registered for class, it will be cancelled three hours ahead of start time.
Each instructor brings their own perspective, influence, and background to these classes. Mats are required.
Yoga: Recover & Restore
An excellent counterbalance to the physical and mental intensity of climbing, our Recover & Restore format offers space to mellow out and down-regulate your nervous system. You’ll explore passive stretching, restorative shapes, three-dimensional breathing, and simple meditation techniques within a warm and relaxing environment. All levels welcome, no experience required. Available at Twin Cities Bouldering and Minneapolis.
With an updated and contemporary approach to the practice of vinyasa yoga, our Flow format’s been developed with a foundation based in modern biomechanics and exercise science, while embracing some of the more traditional elements in the yoga asana practice. You can expect to link breath with movement, build warmth and awareness in your body, and refine your own personalized mindfulness practice. All levels welcome, no experience required. Available at Twin Cities Bouldering and Minneapolis.
Yoga: Fundamental Flow
Designed for brand new students as well as seasoned practitioners alike, expect to move at a slower pace while utilizing a variety of props and modifications to develop and explore some of the more common postures that you’ll see in a yoga flow practice. All levels welcome, no experience required. Available at Twin Cities Bouldering and Minneapolis.
This is a hybrid practice that blends flow with strength and mobility training. We will incorporate skills, drills, flows, and various movement techniques to prepare for inversions or arm balances. We’ll challenge our balance, limits, and perspectives… all built on a firm foundation of where the body is in space (proprioception). Experience is not required in order to participate, but students should be able to bear weight into the wrists and shoulders. Available at TCB.
Fitness: Movement & Mobility
This format incorporates various methods of movement where you’ll find yourself immersed in an interactive experience that encourages exploration of the mind/body connection. Active mobility work, coordination, natural movement patterns, and an emphasis on play are the foundational pillars of this unique offering. Available at TCB.
An integrated and intelligent approach to building power, stability, and agility, our Strength class is perfect as a pre-climb warm-up, a post-climb finisher, or as a stand-alone training session. You’ll become familiar with a variety of versatile full body movement patterns, that can include bodyweight exercises, circuit training, and other methods. All levels welcome, no experience required. Available at TCB.
VE – Twin Cities Bouldering
2550 Wabash Ave, St Paul, MN 55114
VE – Minneapolis
2540 Nicollet Ave S. Minneapolis, MN 55404
- Class capacity is limited. Save your spot by booking online!
- Bring a mat! In order to participate in class, you must bring your own mat. We are not doing mat rentals at this time.
- Masks are required while inside the facility, including while participating in yoga & fitness classes.
- Create community, but keep your distance. Please maintain 6 feet of distance between other people. Mat space is marked in the studio in accordance to this!
All classes are by reservation only and have limited capacity. Please book your spot in advance. No cash or check transactions will be accepted at this time, cards only. Everyone must check-in at the front counter with an employee, there will be no self-scan-in. Upon entering the facility, everyone will have their temperature checked. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4° or higher will not be admitted to the facility. Everyone entering the facility will respond to a daily health screening questionnaire. Every Member, Customer, and Guest in the Facility must sign a New Waiver and COVID-19-Related Assumption of Risk Statement. Access the waiver here and fill it out ahead of time.
Members pay $5 deposit per reservation, which will be refunded upon arrival. If a member does not show for their reservation, they will not be refunded their deposit. Non-members will pay $10 class fee per reservation. Please note that registering for class does not give facility access – if you plan on climbing, please reserve a spot here.
Please arrive 10 minutes early for class to check-in at the front desk. Read about Vertical Endeavor’s policies for facility access and check in here.
Increased cleaning. There will be increased cleaning, disinfecting, and decontamination of facilities and equipment by both staff and patrons. We ask that climbers wash or sanitize their hands before and after each climb or belay. We ask that patrons using the fitness facilities wipe down any fitness equipment with disinfectant spray before and after use.
Personal responsibility. If you feel ill or have displayed any symptoms associated with COVID-19, you MUST stay home. COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Infected people have had a wide range of symptoms reported – from mild to severe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes that people with the following symptoms may have COVID-19: Cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever (100.4° or higher), chills or shaking with chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell. This is not an all-inclusive list; other less common symptoms have been reported: headache, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Practice good coughing and sneezing etiquette.
Social Distancing. Maintain a minimum of six feet of social distance between you and anyone who is not a member of your family or intimate social circle. Do not touch other people (no handshakes, no hugs, no high fives, etc.). Climbers and belayers should use a "non-contact" double check procedure and continue to maintain six feet of social distance.
Wear a mask. Wearing a mask or face covering is REQUIRED in indoor shared spaces and while climbing or exercising. Masks are also required when walking outdoors to/from your mat space on the patio. They are recommended during class, but not required. Everyone must provide their own mask. This is a state requirement. There will be no exceptions.
Wash, sanitize, or disinfect your hands often. Sanitizer and disinfectant will be placed throughout the facility.
All participants must sign our Liability Waiver and Rules Agreement.