CorePower Yoga Prices

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October, 2021. Prices on this site are updated each month.

With over 140 studios in the United States, CorePower Yoga aims to show everyone how one’s life can improve by engaging in an intense physical workout that takes advantage of the benefits of yoga.

By working every emotion and every muscle, you will be pushed to the boundaries as you open your mind to meet physical and mental challenges. As you sweat the stress out of your body, you will discover that your doubts will turn into security and confidence.

Below are the latest CorePower Yoga prices.

Item Price

Monthly Membership

Unlimited yoga classes and access to over 150 studios nationwide.
Initiation Fee (One Person) (Monthly Membership) $0.00
Monthly Fee (One Person) (Monthly Membership) $159.00

Class Packages

1 Class (Standard) $27.00
5 Classes (Standard) $129.00
10 Classes (Standard) $245.00
20 Classes (Standard) $469.00
1-Month Unlimited Classes $200.00
3-Month Unlimited Classes $479.00

Student, Senior, Teacher & Military

Black Tag Membership

Monthly Fee (One Person) $125.00
First Month Only (One Person) $84.00

Class Packages

Single Class $18.00
10 Classes $155.00
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CorePower Yoga prides itself as the biggest privately-owned yoga studio chain in the country. Headed by CEO Amy Shecter, this Colorado based company teaches CorePower yoga style in each of their studios. This style was developed by the company founder, Trevor Tice. It combines power yoga, Bikram yoga, and Ashtanga vinyasa yoga.

Founded in 2002, Trevor Tice was able to fund his first 20 studios by selling his previous company, Tech Partners International. Catterton Partners later invested $100 million in Tice’s new business venture. In 2011, CorePower Yoga was included in the top companies list by ColoradoBiz.

The company was able to generate a revenue of $45.2 million in 2012. In 2014, the company board appointed Amy Shecter as the CEO. She was the previous president of Elie Tahari and C. Wonder.

In 2014, CorePower Yoga was selected as the readers’ choice in the Best Yoga Studio category of the 2014 Best of Chicago list by And in January 2015, CBS Minnesota viewers voted CorePower Yoga as the “Best Yoga Class in Minnesota.” The company was also included on the “Best Yoga Studios” list by Well+Good.

Benefits for Members

For yogi practitioners who can practice more than two times a week and who are committed to leveling up their abilities, they can join the Black Tag Membership.

Black Tag members can enjoy unlimited yoga; they will have access to the 140+ studios in the US; and they will be able to attend special events held four times a year. Aside from not having to sign any contract, members will only pay $84 on their first month. They will also receive retail discounts and 20% off on trainings and programs. Their customer service team could also advise you about discount class packages that don’t have expiration dates.

As a Black Tag member, you will have the option to freeze your account. The account can be frozen for up to three months; but if the member is pregnant, the account can be frozen for up to nine months. You could also cancel your account at any time. Before your billing date, call their hotline (866.441.YOGA) so you could stop future payments.

Membership Types

CorePower Yoga has memberships for students and for teachers, or those who would want to get certification to be able to do the trainings themselves.

For students, you can attend classes that offer the following workouts: Yoga Sculpt (YS), Hot Power Fusion (HPF), CorePower Yoga 1 (C1), CorePower Yoga 2 (C2), CorePower Yoga 1.5: Candlelight (C1.5), and Hot Power Fusion: Candlelight (HPF).

In Teacher Trainings, some of the things that you will learn include: how to practice strength and confidence in your daily life; how yoga is an all-encompassing training for the body, mind, and spirit; how to have proper posture; and how to structure postures and breathing, among many others.

You could choose any of the following trainings:

  • Intensive Teacher Training – held for 1 week. Please note however, that this is not a recognized 200-Yoga Alliance certification.
  • Yoga Sculpt Teacher Training – held 3 times a week, for 5 weeks.
  • Advanced Teacher Training – held 3 times a week, for 5 weeks. The Level 2 training is for 4 days only, but you will train for 10 hours each day.
  • 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training – held 3 times a week, for 8 to 9 weeks.
  • Online Teacher Training – this is a comprehensive online program. This is also not a recognized 200-Yoga Alliance certification.

Membership Fees

With the Black Tag Membership and Class Packages, you will have access to over 140 studios in the United States. Black Tag members pay $139 regular monthly fee. On their first month, they only have to pay $84. You can also choose from the following packages: single class, $20; 5 classes, $95; 10 classes, $175; 20 classes, $315; 1-month unlimited, $190; and 3-month unlimited, $450. Please note that these prices do not include the applicable taxes.

All new students at CorePower Yoga will get a free week, or seven consecutive training days that can be availed from any of their studios. You can check their website to select the class and schedule that you want to attend, as well as the CorePower Yoga prices that fit your budget. After the first week, you can now have the option to choose the type of membership that will work best for you.

For more information about CorePower Yoga, visit their official website.