The 10 Yoga Studios Fit Girls Frequent in NYC

Maya Allen

It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of New York City and never chill out. Living in this fast-paced place, you’ll find yourself in go-go-go mode at all times. But sometimes you need to take a break from your busy life and just woosah. That’s where yoga comes in—the perfect time to breathe, stretch, shake, and let it out. Practicing yoga is a great way to center yourself, relax, and burn a crazy amount of calories all at once. You don’t have to be an advanced yogi to reach the ultimate level of zen. You’ll find that stretching out your tense muscles, practicing deep-breathing exercises, and connecting with your mind, body, and spirit will relieve you of so much stress. From turned-up hot yoga sessions to the most tranquil spaces, New York is home to some of the coolest yoga studios.

If you’re looking to tune out the noise and tone up your bod, read on for the 10 best yoga studios the city has to offer.

Y7 Studio 

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Can you even imagine a yoga class featuring a candlelit room with infrared heating blasting hip-hop? Y7 Studio is notorious for providing its yogis with a vibe like no other while getting their sweat on. Here, a good time is definitely guaranteed.

240 Kent Ave.

430 Broome St.

25 W. 23rd St.

58 E. 11th St.

1459 Third Ave.

Sky Ting Yoga

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As soon as you enter the light and airy headquarters of Sky Ting Yoga, you’ll feel relaxed. This space welcomes all levels ready and willing to practice a combination of hatha, vinyasa, Taoist, and Katonah yoga styles along with special breathing and meditation techniques.

55 Chrystie St.

381 Broadway

Spot Yoga Studios

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Who wouldn’t want to stretch out their muscles in the most stunning locations in New York City? Spot Yoga aims to zen you all the way out, offering classes in the coolest locations in the city. Picture practicing your Downward Dog along with other vinyasa with a gorgeous rooftop view of the city.

203 E. 86th St.

204 W. 77th St.

StrÅla Yoga

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Stråla Yoga is all about strengthening your connection with your mind, body, and spirit to live out your healthiest life. At Stråla, they celebrate the diversity of every person who seeks to get free, so all levels are welcome to practice.

632 Broadway

 

YogaMaya

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You can expect an intimate experience of movement, stillness, song, and silence during a class at YogaMaya. The instructors spread their love of Asana, Kirtan, and spiritual teaching through the practice of traditional Vinyasa yoga.

135 West 20th Street

 

Yogaworks

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If you’re seeking more balance and peace in your daily life, you will not regret trying out a class at YogaWorks. At this studio, they celebrate diverse teaching styles and offer thoughtful modifications when it comes to movements because they truly believe that yoga is for everyone.

53 Court Street

1319 3rd Avenue

50 South Buckhout Street

37 West 65th Street

459 Broadway

Pure Yoga

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Pure Yoga offers just that: pure yoga. Its studios equip yogis with over 100 classes each week in 27 different styles taught by the top instructors in New York City. There’s a reason these classes fill up so fast—you’ll gain a top-of-the-line experience.

204 West 77th Street

203 East 86th Street

Yoga Union

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Yoga Union specializes in movements particularly for back care. Founder Alison West made it her mission to create a yoga studio takes the practice a step further and truly transforms the lives of its participants. Not to mention the gorgeous aesthetic of the studio makes your experience that much more enjoyable.

37 W. 28th St.

Om Factory Yoga

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Om Factory isn’t your average yoga studio. Its idea of namaste can involve everything from traditional vinyasa yoga to taking flight with aerial yoga, AcroYoga, and circus yoga.

265 W. 37th St.

873 Broadway

Yoga Vida

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If you’re new to the practice, Yoga Vida is for you. Its philosophy is to make yoga accessible and inclusive for everyone, so you’ll definitely feel welcomed in this space.

99 University Place

666 Broadway

55 Prospect St.

416 Washington St.

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