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Flow at these Boston yoga studios

Check out these 14 yoga studios around Boston, which offer yoga, meditation, and private fitness sessions.


Sign up for a yoga class for your body and mind.

Photo by @coolidgeyoga

Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, Boston has plenty of places to practice yoga. Find your zen at these 14 yoga studios around our city.

An outdoor pop-up class from Coolidge Corner Yoga.

Check the schedule and sign up for the pop-up outdoor sessions from Coolidge Corner Yoga.

Photo by @coolidgeyoga

If you’re just getting started

JP Centre Yoga, 670 Centre St., Ste. 9
If you’re new to this studio, sign up for two weeks of unlimited classes to test out the schedule.

Coolidge Yoga, Various locations
No matter your mindset when you step in the studio, Coolidge Yoga has a class to match it. From Urban Beatz, to Candlelit Yin Yoga, there’s a flow for everyone.

The Studio South End, 280 Shawmut Ave.
Lack of judgment and competition make this South End spot stand out. All classes are open to guests of any experience level.

Artemis Yoga, 639 Mt Auburn St., Watertown
This local women-owned studio offers 30+ classes weekly in person or online.


Sign up for a variety of workshops like Ashtanga at Down Under Yoga.

If you want to connect with community

Down Under School of Yoga, Various locations
This studio has been around since 2004 + offers all the major styles of yoga, meditation, fitness, and Ayurveda. In addition to the two new wellness spaces, the school has studios in Brookline, Porter Square, and Newton.

Evolve Power Yoga, 416 W. Broadway, Ste. 201B
This Southie neighborhood studio believes in the power of the community and offers three-class packs or a drop-in rate.

Back Bay Yoga Union, 64 Boylston St.
Check out the new studio, which offers a postpartum workshop lead by the owner.

Soma Yoga Center, 256 Hanover St., Floor 3
Lead by a team of local ladies, this North End studio offers a wide variety of styles designed for all levels of ability. The schedule features in-person and virtual classes, plus a yoga teacher training.

If you’re looking to sweat

Bikram Yoga Works, 561 Boylston St.
Melt away your daily stresses in one of Bikram Yoga Work’s two heated studios. Take either the studio’s namesake Bikram hot yoga class, or try the hot Pilates for your next sweat session.

Radiant Yoga Boston, 840 Summer St.
This yoga studio hosts hot yoga classes led by instructors that speak languages other than English.

Mission Hill Yoga, 1467 Tremont St.
Sign up for the heated Vinyasa or heated Vinyasa Flow session to flush out toxins and improve cardiovascular, digestive, and immune function.

An aerial yoga class at Swet Studio.

Learn new tricks and find new strength in an aerial yoga class.

Photo by @swetstudio

If you want a mix of fitness options

Swet Studio, 480 Tremont St.
Ever tried yoga in a hammock? An aerial yoga class incorporates dance, pilates, yoga, and calisthenics into one fun workout. Swing around to a beginner class at this South End studio.

Asana Charlestown, 20 City Sq., Charlestown
This Charlestown studio offers a variety of yoga classes with plenty of natural light. Sign up to practice barre and Pilates.

If you prefer personal training
Beacon Hill Yoga, 1 Grove St.
In addition to the normal class schedule, you can book private or semi-private sessions to hone your practice.

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