Amy Baglan, of Denver, founded Yoga Dates initially as a way to bring singles together in a more conscious environment, she says.
She had recently moved to Denver from New York City and was looking to connect with the yoga community here.
Yoga Dates started last January as a way to bring love and yoga together.
In honor of Valentine's, Yoga Dates is holding a couple's partner yoga event in Boulder on Friday -- a day after the actual day.
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"A lot of people feel frustrated when they have a more conscious lifestyle, and I try to provide a safe space and an arena for those connections to happen organically." The response has been overwhelming, Baglan says -- so much that she's set to open branches in other states.
The demand led her to start offering couples events, not just for people who are newly dating through her events, but also for long-time lovers.
She says all of her couples events quickly sell out.
"When you put two people on the mat, a lot of things can change," Tsuji-Hoening says.
"You're going to be exploring it with other people, which not only involves the physical practice, but also involves how to be sensitive to each other, kind to each other and sensing each other's feelings without talking too much." Visit for a list of more upcoming events.