Find Your Flow: 20 Incredible Yoga Studios in Philadelphia

Find Your Flow: 20 Incredible Yoga Studios in Philadelphia

Everyday you’re hustling. We see you out there putting in work. From the office to the classroom, sitting for hours on end. Screens up, deadlines looming — it’s all just part of the daily grind.

We dig the ambition but, from where we’re sitting, it looks like you could use some space to sweat and stretch. You know, a spot to just breathe and be present. Well, you’re in luck because these Philly yoga studios are here to help you find your flow and upgrade your fitness.

  • CorePower Yoga - Walnut Street

    Core Power Yoga Philly
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    CPY came to Philly at the end of 2015, but quickly made their name in the city for their central location in the heart of Rittenhouse, their expansive schedule (up to 16 classes offered daily!), and their steep cost (up to $25/class). However, fans know that you get what you pay for, from immaculately maintained locker rooms and spacious studios to the most energetic instructors in town. Their classes range in both temperature (over 100 degrees in their Hot Power Fusion classes!) and pace, but they offer a week free to anyone new to the studio. Check it out!

  • YOGA HIVE Philly

    Yoga Hive Philadelphia
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    YOGA HIVE has East Passyunk buzzing with excitement. This intimate studio right on the Avenue has been embraced by the local community largely for their special workshops and themes. They’ve hosted goat yoga, bro-ga (yoga for the bros), glowga (glow in the dark yoga!), and even equestrian yoga. But beyond the animals and accessories, their dedication to welcoming and accessible classes for every level keeps yogis coming back for more!

  • Grace and Glory

    Grace and Glory Yoga
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    Power up at this Baptiste yoga studio with locations in Fishtown and Northfield, New Jersey. When you do, prepare for a challenging and empowering practice that will leave you sweaty and stoked to schedule your next class. This studio’s community vibe is strong and the instructors make a point of getting you out of your comfort zone on the mat. Keep your eye on their Facebook page, too, where they post about free/community classes!

  • Yoga Habit

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    You won’t have to bend over backward to get into the groove at Yoga Habit — they’re known for their Power Flow classes and ultra-sweaty studio. Really, if you like it hot, you’re going to be in good company at this Fairmount favorite. New to the spot? Try their 21 days for $21 Pass to give the classes a go for three weeks. For members, they offer complimentary mat storage and towel usage, making it easier than ever to start (and stick with) good Yoga Habits. Fitt Tip: stick around for Savasana and you’ll be rewarded with cold, soaked lavender towels, the ultimate way cool down.

  • Dhyana Yoga

    Dhyana Yoga Philadelphia
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    With two locations in Philly (and one in Jersey), you can start or strengthen your practice at Dhyana. No matter your experience, you’ll find room to breathe and experience inner balance here. Zen vibes flow freely and Dhyana often hosts workshops about topics from Ayurveda to anatomy, and handstands to holistic healing. Beginners can learn the poses and ease into their practice, or even observe Mysore classes in the morning while more experienced yogis channel the energy deep within, elevating the connection between mind, body, and spirit.

  • Philly Power Yoga

    Philly Power Yoga Philadelphia
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    If you’re looking to roll out your mat for a great workout, this place has you covered — in sweat, that is! Their heated power yoga class is a surefire way to get your heart pumping and body bending. If you want to challenge yourself in a new way, this spot also offers Pilates, barre, cardio, and pre/post-natal classes at their studio on Walnut Street.

  • The Yoga Garden

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    From the space to the instructors, as well as a full slate of classes, there’s a lot to love about this South Street studio. The best part just might be how they combine fun and fitness in classes like a Funky Friday Vinyasa class. Think of it as happy hour for yogis. Yeah, we’re already sold. But Yoga Garden doesn’t stop there. They have the perfect class for every time of day, including Sunrise and Lunch Hour Vinyasa.

  • Maha Yoga

    Maha Yoga Philadelphia
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    Yogis of all levels are welcomed with open arms to Maha Yoga’s Center City hub. Here, you’ll find a space filled with supportive instructors who can help take your practice to new heights, literally. From the gentle yoga and yogahour (a fun and sweaty 60-minute class) to acroyoga and the handstand how-to class, you’ll be in good hands at Maha.

  • Three Queens Yoga

    Three Queens Yoga
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    Community-based, people-oriented classes at Three Queens Yoga will help you get fit, find peace, and realize your greatest potential. Traditional and creative classes combine to create a schedule that offers a little bit of everything. For the newbs, try the Basics. In a time-crunch? They have an express class called The 45! Feeling super strong or stretchy? Bam! Dynamic and Slow Flows. Plus, keep your eyes peeled for their epic Namaslay workshops where you can get fierce as you flow!

  • Anjali Power Yoga

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    Find true health, establish a deeper connection, and discover the power within. This power yoga studio is on a mission to help you do those three things, and so much more. Rooted in the Baptiste methodology, you’ll strengthen your body and mind while you sweat. And during the summer months, you can take your practice to the water; try your hand at SUP Yoga. That’s stand-up paddleboard, in case you were wondering. And it adds a whole new meaning to finding balance through your practice.

  • Yoga & Movement Sanctuary

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    Priding themselves on bucking the traditional vibes of yoga studios, this Brewerytown spot is all about exploring your potential. From gentler flows to rigorous conditioning classes, the team at YMS wants to welcome each student to practice what feels right. They really bring this concept to life during their “open studio” hours when members are welcome to try something new they’ve learned, collaborate with others, and refine their craft with instructors and fellow students. Fitt Tip: bring computers or notebooks — the instructors inspire all sorts of creative juices to flow through the space!

  • Shanti Yoga Shala

    Shanti Yoga Shala Philly
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    If you’re looking for a welcoming space to start or sustain your yoga practice, stop by Rittenhouse’s Shanti Yoga Shala. Here, the studio is treated as a sacred space where students can explore asana alignment, yoga philosophy, meditation, and more. The space is small but intimate, and the classes are limited in size, so you won’t be whacked in Warrior pose. Plus, for $20, new students can attend unlimited classes to try it out! Risk-free zen? Count us in.

  • Kaya Aerial Yoga

    Workout Spots in Philadelphia | Kaya Aerial Yoga
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    A studio devoted to aerial yoga? We can’t lie — that’s pretty cool. But beyond the cool-factor, there’s actually a health-factor associated with this upside down, Cirque du Soleil-style yoga practice. Hanging in the hammock, lyra, or the silks helps to reassess flexibility and decompresses the spine. So, in addition to being really freaking cool, you can get a great workout in by hanging at this studio in Old City.

  • Hotbox Yoga

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    There’s no doubt about it, this community (well, spots — Manayunk and University City) knows how to sweat, smile, and strengthen its students in every way. The fact that they teach Baptiste Power Vinyasa means that classes will be fun and full of energy, challenging and empowering you at the same time. Additionally, they crank the heat to 90 degrees, guaranteeing that you’ll leave drenched in sweat. And yet, you’ll walk away feeling refreshed and energized. We’ll just chalk that up to the magic of the Hotbox team and community.

  • Amrita Yoga & Wellness

    Amrita Yoga Philly PA
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    You could call this place the perfect balance of yoga and wellness. If you did, you’d be right. Amrita Yoga & Wellness is helping the Fishtown community find its flow one chaturanga at a time. Here, sweat through a yoga session, hit the mat or reformer for a Pilates class, or try your hand at Tai Chi. No matter which you choose, you’ll be feeling right when you’re done.

  • Philly Yoga Factory

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    Three words say it all: Yoga. For. Everybody. Philly Yoga Factory is the only entirely donation-based studio in the city, meaning you can pay-what-you-wish for every single class. They share a space with a Bikram studio, so be prepared for some serious heat. Also, come ready for something new — this is a spot where teachers and students alike can explore new styles, from strength training classes geared at runners and athletes to sculpting PyroPilates classes! Fitt Tip: keep your eyes peeled for the occasional mindful meditation and hoop dancing class — you never know what’ll pop up!


  • Torc Yoga

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    This Old City yoga studio focuses less on the chill and more on the thrill as the music is high-octane and the moves are dynamic and incredibly active. Strength and sweat are the stars in these heated classes, and the owners promise that even if you think you aren’t a “yoga person”, you’ll find a class right for you! Whether you’re a sun salutation skeptic or a yogi aficionado, Torc it up on Second Street for seriously vigorous Vinyasa!

  • Priya Hot Yoga

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    In a neighborhood known for its museums, Priya’s a real work of art. If you’re new to hot yoga, it’s an ideal spot to start, as their instructors guide students through the process and the room isn’t quite as hot as other studios.  Plus, they host a number of themed classes in their bright and clean classrooms. All in, it’s a safe and welcoming space for those, because not all of us want to take yoga too seriously. Take advantage of their intro package — $40 for a month of unlimited hot yoga is a total steal.

  • Wake Up Yoga

    Wake Up Yoga Philly
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    With locations in Rittenhouse, South Philly, and Fairmount, it’s no wonder this place has become home for so many yogis on the move. Delightfully unpretentious, each studio offers classic Vinyasa- and Yin-style classes in bright and clean spaces. Sick of swampy hot yoga classes? Don’t worry — these studios are air-conditioned and well-ventilated, so you’ll be breathing easy. Surely, you’ll nama-stay cool in these restorative classes!

  • Sanctuary Yoga & Mindfulness

    Sanctuary Yoga Philadelphia
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    Right in the heart of Center City is an unexpectedly large, always-bright studio called Sanctuary Yoga & Mindfulness. This oasis of peace and calm on Locust St. features enormous windows that let the light in (without bringing in the city’s boisterous sounds). Considering the location, you’ll be pleased with the reasonable pricing, and they also offer a number of exploratory workshops and meditation classes in case you need to ramp things up, or slow things down.


    **Updated by Jordan Price, August 2018