In 2019, Revolution Power Yoga made a big move in the mountains. After establishing a strong yoga community in the Vail Valley for over half a decade, the studio expanded into a second home in Glenwood Springs this past September.
Julie Kiddoo co-owns Revolution Power Yoga with her husband Tom, and for this Q&A Julie has shared her love and passion for Revolution Power Yoga and what it means to be growing and evolving in Colorado.
WHAT MAKES REVOLUTION POWER YOGA UNIQUE?
Revolution Power Yoga is a Baptiste Affiliate Studio. We are grounded in the Baptiste Methodology developed by Baron Baptiste. All of our teachers have either trained with us or through the Baptiste Institute.
WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO OPEN A NEW STUDIO?
Tom and I have always felt a draw to Glenwood Springs and the Roaring Fork Valley. We have increasingly become more involved with the community in Glenwood through our children’s involvement with the swim team and felt that Revolution Power Yoga would be a great addition to the Glenwood Springs Community. This allows us to become more involved with a community we have grown to love.
WHO DOES REVOLUTION POWER YOGA SEEK TO BENEFIT?
Baptiste Power Yoga is for EVERYONE!
WHAT CAN STUDENTS EXPECT FROM THE CLASS OFFERINGS IN AVON AND GLENWOOD SPRINGS?
Our classes are energizing, challenging and powerful and leave people feeling rinsed and revitalized. Expect to move, sweat and leave transformed! This is based on Baptiste Yoga’s “Journey Into Power” sequence, suitable for all levels. These classes are heated up to 95 degrees. Students can expect to walk away feeling a sense of community and belonging, whether it’s a first class or they practice here regularly.
Photo by Christian Murdock.