AYPA March Event
AYPA Yoga Glow & Meditation
You're invited to join AYPA for an evening of yoga & meditation.
Date: Friday, March 3, 2017
Location: O2 Aspen - 500 W. Main St., Aspen, CO
Come celebrate March’s health and wellness theme with Yoga and meditation. AYPA has partnered with O2 Aspen for an evening of relaxation, fun & mindfulness.
The event will include an hour of vinyassa style yoga in the dark ending with a bit of meditation. Afterwards, there will be a reception at the studio.
Join us for cocktails, cheese & shopping. AYPA members have been gifted discounts on merchandise, spa treatments and more!
Please wear all black for the yoga portion of this event.
Register now! Registration is limited and required due to limited space.
Interested in becoming an AYPA board member? We want to hear from you! Please email email@example.com for information.
Don't Forget to Join Us Quarterly for Thirsty Thursday!
Thirsty Thursday is a free networking event held quarterly. It’s a great way to learn more about AYPA and meet new friends. Each event is held at a different location in town. Drink and food specials are available! Stay tuned for updates on upcoming events.
Aspen Young Professionals Association (AYPA) was formed in early 2003 by a group of nine young professionals living and/or working in Aspen who wanted to network with other young professionals in the Aspen community.
One of the goals of the group is to help recruit and retain a young, vibrant professional community in Aspen and the surrounding area. The high cost of living and limited opportunities for professionals in Aspen has contributed to what is often referred to as "brain drain" where educated, young professionals migrate to larger cities for better opportunities.
A second focus of AYPA is to enhance the quality of life for young professionals in this area by providing networking opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and educational opportunities. These professionals wanted to contribute to the community. Thus, from these objectives, a mission statement was derived.
Community Awareness and Involvement