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Best Yoga in Teton Valley

While many people travel to Teton Valley for skiing, fishing, or to visit Grand Teton or Yellowstone National Park, there’s a new attraction drawing people here to the mountains – yoga! The annual Teton Yoga Festival, now entering its 2nd year, gained attention last year from around the country and the world, drawing people who shared a love for yoga to gather as a community to practice, learn, and grow together. 

The festival shined a spotlight on Teton Valley, Idaho, and the many yoga resources we have, from private and/or public studios to non-profit co-ops, all offering a wide variety of yoga options for people who live or travel here. As the leading vacation rental company in Teton Valley, we know that having the option to care for body and mind while vacationing is a great way to elevate your experience. Some of the benefits of doing yoga when traveling have been proven to help with better sleep, boosted immunity, lower stress, and less chance of injuries from strenuous outdoor activities. 

Teton Yoga Festival

The 2nd annual Teton Yoga Festival will be held this summer during Labor Day weekend, from August 30 to September 1, 2024. The 3-day festival will have multiple classes and workshops to choose from, as well as inspiring lectures, intimate talks, music and dance. The festival is intended to be an intimate retreat, with a mission to honor the true nature of yoga, which is union. Teachers, presenters, and vendors are selected with the intention to bring about a deep conscious experience of union with the planet, each other, and the source that connects all.

Onsite there will be a pop-up restaurant and food vendors, all sourced from local organic farms, as well as an outdoor healing sanctuary offering massage and other wellness services. Select market vendors will be selling goods and services that contribute to sustainability and quality of life.

Held at Moose Creek Ranch in Teton Valley, Idaho, the location features stunning views and access to unspoiled nature, situated perfectly between Grand Teton National Park, Targhee National Forest, and the Big Hole Mountains. If you are traveling to the area and want to incorporate other scenic attractions to your trip, the location for the festival is located one mile from the Wyoming border, 30 miles from Jackson Hole, and about 70 miles from Yellowstone National Park. 

Tickets and more details for the Teton Yoga Festival can be found on their website at Close-by rental homes, condos and townhouses, all located convenient to the festival and to the nearby towns of Victor and Driggs, can be found at

The Yoga Source (Driggs)

The Yoga Source is a non-profit yoga studio and community event space in located in the town of Driggs in Teton Valley, and is intended as a gathering place to heal, connect, and feel alive. It is located on the second level of the Old Teton County Courthouse on North Main Street in the center of the town, just one block from the main intersection. The large, airy studio looks as if it had been a yoga studio for the last 98 years. A full schedule and wide variety of classes, workshops, and events are offered, guaranteeing that there is something for everyone and you can find a class to fit your needs and your schedule. 

Classes are charged on a “support as you are able” model, and memberships allow students to take all classes for one monthly fee. The goal is to make it easy for students to come to as many classes as they want and receive the benefits of yoga, which spread to the entire community. The Yoga Source also supports other teachers and studios in the valley in order to build and share connections and knowledge.

Details, class schedules, and more information can be found on their website at

Resilience Yoga & Wellness

If you’re looking for hot yoga classes, you’ll want to check out Resilience Yoga & Wellness, located in the heart of downtown Driggs. Resilience Yoga offers heated vinyasa and yin style yoga classes year round, promoting the benefits of a heated practice available for all seasons and all bodies. A welcoming place for both locals and visitors, this is a great spot to flow, breathe deep, sweat, detox, and feel revived in your life. The space at Resilience is also available to rent for non-yoga workshops or events, as well as for private lessons.

Details and class schedules are available at

Summit Yoga Classes at Grand Targhee Resort

If you’re looking for a truly spectacular and unique yoga experience, Summit Yoga classes at Grand Targhee resort will not disappoint. These are only offered on a limited basis during the summer months of July, August and September, but if you’re in the area when they are being offered, definitely add one of these classes to your itinerary. 

Grand Targhee Ski Resort, partnering with The Yoga Source, offers outdoor yoga sessions at the top of a mountain where you can breathe in the deep mountain air and find your zen in the cool morning light at this world-famous resort on the West side of the Grand Teton mountains.  

Classes start by riding the Dreamcatcher lift to the observation deck at the top, enjoying the scenic views before and after their class on the mountaintop. Class sizes are limited, to 15 people. Tickets and more information are available at

Best places to stay for yoga retreats in Teton Valley

If you’re visiting our valley for the yoga festival, or just adding some yoga time into your vacation schedule, the best thing to help you stay in the zen flow is having a comfortable home to retreat to that fits your every need. Here at Teton Valley Vacation Rentals, we can help you find the perfect rental home, townhouse or condo that will elevate your experience and, all located convenient to the festival and to the nearby towns of Victor and Driggs, at

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