New Peloton Yoga Challenges: Foundation, Power, Focus, Recovery, & Unity Badges

Last week, Peloton announced the launch of Peloton Global, including the addition of 3 brand new coaches. With the relaunch of Yoga, they rebranded the Yoga classes to fit into five different elements: Foundation, Power, Focus, Recovery, Unity.

To help promote this, Peloton is launching 5 different challenges (with 5 different badges). Each week for the next 5 weeks, you have the opportunity to earn new badges by taking 2 classes from each new Yoga discipline. The first of these starts this week – the week of April 26th.

As with most Peloton challenges, you’ll need to opt into the challenge to earn the badges through your app, Peloton bike or tread, or the Peloton website.

Peloton Yoga Elements Challenges & Badges

You can click on any of the challenges above to head directly to that challenge on Peloton’s website to opt in and sign up.

As a reminder, the Peloton One Team Challenge badges also start this week, so check those out if you haven’t already.


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Chris L
Chris is the founder of Pelo Buddy. He purchased his Peloton in 2018, and has been riding and running ever since. You can find him on the leaderboard at #PeloBuddy.

4 Comments

  • Lindsay says:

    Hi there, I apologize if this is the wrong forum to ask this. I am having an issue with completing the challenge. I’ve done 10 different yoga classes during the time period but have only been credited with one. I am wondering if you have any advice on how to fix this issue.

  • Sara L says:

    Hi. I had the same problem. Then realized there is a Foundation Collection in the Collections section. I think you have to take a class that is in that collection to make it count.

  • Rachel says:

    I took classes in the Foundation Collection and it still didn’t count. Not a big deal, but I couldn’t get this challenge to work.

  • Kristina says:

    It’s confusing because it seems like you can take any yoga flow class but they don’t count.

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