Zen Zone



Where your chakras and favorite events align. Zen Zone is the heart center of mountain yoga and is located on the vibrant fields of Ford Park. Serious, casual, and new yogis shouldn’t miss out on the variety of classes offered throughout the weekend.

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2018 Yoga Instructors

Individual classes will go on sale March 1 at 12am (MST) but in the meantime check out our lineup of 2018 yoga instructors!

gina caputo

Gina Caputo is the creatrix of Integrated VinyasaTM Yoga, which emphasizes the fusion of alignment and flow, anatomy and energetics, focus and release, work and play. She’s known as a down-to-earth, accessible teacher who can communicate complex yogic concepts in a way people can relate to. Her clear and playful style of teaching encourages you to explore possibility, transform old beliefs and take refuge in the life-long journey that is yoga. She is the Founder and Director of the Colorado School of Yoga, learn more at www.ginacaputo.com



Inspired by music, movement and connection, Jillian is a full time fitness and yoga instructor in Denver, CO. Her teaching is driven by her passion to connect mind, body and heart. Whether it is a high intensity fitness class, or a slow intentional yoga flow, Jillian’s classes are always intentional, fun, and a conduit for internal awareness.

Rachel DeLong

Rachel spends her time teaching yoga and  mindfulness, playing in nature and is committed to being of service! Her classes are down to earth, heart-felt and inspiring!  She is a mentor for Africa Yoga Project and works with Children’s Global Alliance, a local non-profit that takes youth to teach and serve globally. She lives in Eagle Colorado with her 2 boys and husband.



Yvonne Schwartz

Yvonne Schwartz is the owner of Yoga Off Broadway in Eagle, CO. A Vail Valley local since 2007, Yvonne has over 12 years of experience teaching yoga for all levels of students. She combined her degree in music with her love of yoga in her signature class Yoga+Beats with Kirby K . Her classes are lighthearted, straight-forward, and a perfect blend of working your edge and finding release. Yvonne has continued her studies in yoga and leadership with Rod Stryker, Seane Corn, Hala Kholori, Suzanne Sterling, RR Shakti, Jim Keegan, Bizzie Gold, and more.

Bobby L’Heureux

At the heart of his work, Bobby L’Heureux thrives on community and connection. Bobby lives in the Vail Valley where he teaches yoga, co-owns CO YOGA + Life® Magazine, and Big Heart Big Hands, a non-profit that supports mountain safety and awareness. He is an ambassador for Lululemon Athletica Vail, and his yoga classes are always led with a big smile and a relaxed demeanor. Bobby describes his relationship to yoga as ever-evolving, and sharing this sacred practice is what brings him joy in teaching others. He continues to explore the inner workings of himself to develop his practice in mind and body, and to help his students do the same.


Kim Fuller

Based in Vail, Kim Fuller is a yoga teacher and freelance writer, editor and photojournalist. She is the co-owner and editor-in-chief for CO YOGA + Life® Magazine. As a yoga teacher and a freelance writer, Kim is always excited to share movement and words with the world. She finds inspiration for teaching and writing through a love of nature, paired with the power of igniting energy, language and connection. Kim has an avid love for outdoor activities that yoga complements — running, biking, hiking, backpacking, skiing, snowshoeing — and I also enjoy keeping up with interests in photography, guitar, reading and cooking. Join Kim for a deep, heartfelt flow — breaking through blocks for new pathways to an authentic and empowered existence. See more of her work at kimfullerink.com, and follow her on Instagram @lifeinfull.

Know before you go

Don’t stress! Everything you need to know to keep your zen is right below.

All classes will be outdoors on grass with little to no shade. Limited mats will be available. If you own a mat, please bring it!

Don’t forget to bring:

Class Wristband (given to athletes at Registration in Golden Peak)
Water & Refillable Bottle
Layered Active Clothing
Hat or Visor for personal shade

Yogis may also wish to bring: a block, blanket, towel, or other props (not required)

In the case of very inclement weather, if available, you will be given directions to an interior class location within walking distance. Classes are rain or shine, NO refunds.

All classes will be outdoors on grass with little to no shade. Please bring: SUNSCREEN and plenty of WATER.

All classes require a wristband for entry. Each class will have its own wristband color.  You must go to Main Registration inside Golden Peak Lodge to retrieve your wristband(s).

All wristbands must be worn and visible to gain entry into a class at the outdoor venue. Please aim to arrive  at least 15 minutes early to class. Classes will begin at the scheduled hour.

The Zen Zone (yoga class venue) is located on the Lower Bench lawn in the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. This location is not accessible by vehicle. Please park in the free Parking Garages or Ford Park to the east. Follow directional signs to the venue.

All class participants must register online or in person; note that there is an additional fee for on-site registration which begins Wednesday, June 7, 2018. All class participants must pick up their class wristband(s) at Main Registration located in the Golden Peak base lodge prior to class.

Event Registration is located to the west of the Lower Bench across Gore Creek. Follow directional signs. Class entry without a wristband will not be permitted.

Yoga is active and the activity level is accentuated at altitude. Our yoga venue sits at 8,150 ft. above sea level. To stave off any effects of altitude sickness, stay hydrated and BRING WATER to class. Listen to your body. If a pose is uncomfortable or pushes you beyond your normal limits, please modify. If you are recovering from an injury, please modify. Yoga is not a competition!

We have curated a select group of yoga instructors to bring you a range of teaching styles, philosophy and music playlists. Some classes have a DJ or live music. Each teacher approaches yoga differently. Each has completed 100’s or 1,000’s of training hours and will put their special spin on their class. ALL CLASSES ARE ALL LEVELS. Be open-minded and receptive to a new style of class or teacher.

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Thanks to our friends at High Brew Coffee, yogi’s will have access to sample “better, never bitter” cold brew before and after class – even during if you’re needing an extra little kick to help get you up into pigeon.

All yogis, athletes, humans are welcome! ALL CLASSES ARE ALL LEVELS. Yoga is active but it is not a competition, Make it your own practice. Listen to your body. If a pose is uncomfortable or pushes you beyond your normal limits, please modify. If you are recovering from an injury, please modify. Have fun, be playful, and try something new!