Yoga Around The States
When you’re ready to shake off the stress of the work day or week, there’s nothing better than sweating, moving, and breathing. Get to a yoga class to reconnect with yourself and feel your body and mind re-enliven. From coast to coast, here is a list of some of our favorite yoga studios that promote community, health, and self-love.
Austin, Texas: Wanderlust, located downtown off 4th street, offers both heated and warmed classes. Vinyasa, Restorative, and weighted yoga classes are their bread and butter. After class, stay for an acai bowl or smoothie at Blenders and Bowls with your fellow yogis. First timers, 30 days for $35.
Detroit, Michigan: Citizen Yoga has two locations: Royal Oak and downtown Detroit. Their rustically modern decor will make you wish you lived in the studios. Knowledgeable teachers break down the fundamentals of each pose, so you learn proper alignment while also getting a kick-ass workout. First 5 classes for only $25.
Chicago, Illinois: Om On The Range, in the heart of Roscoe Village, is family-owned and community-inspired. Their Baptiste-Vinyasa classes are heated. Great way to escape the city’s chilling-winter cold or embrace the liberating summer heat. Only $20 for your first week.
Los Angeles, California: The beachside town of Santa Monica is home to Yogis Anonymous, a studio that pushes its students to come as they are. First 15 days are free. Another favorite in the area is Sweat Yoga. This studio integrates the ancient practice with curated music, giving its students a place to breath and sweat while also jamming out. Intro 14-day special for $45.
Denver, Colorado: Yoga Pod has three locations in the the mile-high city. Class style includes traditional vinyasa and Forrest. Because every teacher has studied with a different yoga guru, flows are diversified, leaving its students refreshed. New-student deal: $40 for a month of unlimited classes.
New York, New York: With two locations (in Astoria and Long Island City), The Yoga Room allows its students an escape from the hustle and bustle in the city that never sleeps. Enjoy 3 weeks unlimited for $39.
Grab a friend or ride solo, doesn’t matter; just get to class!
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Sabrina Must is an author and blogger with a passion for nutrition, wellness and fitness. She holds a Masters in Writing from Northwestern University and a Bachelors in Writing from Johns Hopkins. She is an avid traveler and enjoys working fitness into her journeys.