Yoga 2 You is a local program designed to bring yoga and meditation directly into the workplace at low cost to employers. We have created an all levels yoga class for local workers as we continue our mission of shifting culture towards an optimal state of wellbeing for all.


pitco:all departments

Wednesdays 12 - 12:45pm

Pilot Period: 5/2/2017 - 11/8/2017

City of aspen: parks & Rec 

Tuesdays 6:15 - 6:50am

Pilot Period: 5/6/2017 - 11/9/2017


Here are six ways yoga can help employees’ productivity at work:

  • Increases Energy/Reduces Fatigue
  • Alleviates Physical Ailments
  • Relieves Stress
  • Improves Concentration & Focus
  • Helps with Creativity
  • Increases Positivity/Morale

$15 Sponsor one employee for 1 month of weekly yoga

Sponsor 1 person for 1 month

$30 Sponsor two employees for 1 month of weekly yoga

Sponsor 2 PEOPLE FOR 1 month

Commonly Asked Questions:

Q. What is a pilot period and why is it 6 months long? 

A. ACW is very evidence-based. We’ve aggregated the data collected from our local population (an exhaustive library of it is here) and noticed some trends. Our programs are designed to address known stress factors using simple but effective interventions. We are utilizing our funds to invest in pilot programs that occur in the workplace at least once per week for consistency. We hire trained professionals to teach movement, breathing, and meditation on-site. We also occasionally offer chair massage to workers and provide healthy meals to integrate nutrition. By showing up consistently and with impactful programs, we are seeing the participants adopt lasting lifestyle changes that increase their wellbeing. We survey the participants before and after the 6-month pilot programs to measure the efficacy. In order for our organization to grow to reach more people, the pilot programs are 6 months in duration after which we present the findings to the work site’s leadership and ask that they budget to continue the offerings. When the employer begins investing resources in these programs, that indicates a shift in the organization’s culture. They now value the benefits enough to make them a part of how they operate.