Where To Yoga in Austin

Whether you're seeking enlightenment, connection with your community, or just the general calming of a frantic mind... 


... here are our picks for Austin's best yoga studios, and what you'll find at each of them.


- Contributed by Sara Kleinsmith -




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Yoga Pod

9333 Research Blvd, Suite C-200


If you're looking for a friendly, well-maintained and flexible Yoga studio, you're going to want to check out Yoga Pod. Located on Research Boulevard, Yoga Pod offers a variety of classes from beginner to more advanced skill sets. Their experienced teachers will guide you through breath, strength, and sweat to find both inner peace and physical wellness. 




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Yoga Vida

3620 Bee Caves Road


Bee Caves studio Yoga Vida offers a friendly atmosphere and heated power vinyasa classes every day of the week. Ideal for beginners or seasoned vets, Yoga Vida is a fantastic place to rejuvenate body and mind. Schedule classes here




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Energies Balanced

727 Airport Blvd


Energies Balanced is a community-centric East Austin space that offers classes both in the day and night. The studio specializes in Hatha Flow, Vinyasa, Yoga Wall Classes, Meditation, Tai Chi Chuan, and other disciplines. 




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Sanctuary Yoga

1006 South 8th St.


These days, many yoga studios offer "fusion" fitness classes and focus less on the traditional aspects of yoga. If you are interested in exploring chanting, meditation, Kirtan, and more traditional aspects of yoga, look no further than studios like Sanctuary Yoga on South Lamar. Sanctuary Yoga is a beautifully quaint not-for-profit studio that emphasizes Seva, or service, and donates their proceeds to the youth programs of the Amala Foundation. The space itself feels like a mini-Ashram. Expect to bliss out.




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Black Swan Yoga

1213 W 5th St

1417 West Anderson Lane 

4534 Westgate Boulevard

 

Yoga chains are fantastic because they offer a variety of class times and different locations. Black Swan Yoga offers a variety of locations and class times, as well as styles. Whether you live North, South, East, or West, you can count on being near one of these studios to choose a class perfect for you.




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Wanderlust

206 E 4th St

11010 Domain Dr Ste V19


The founder of Wanderlust Austin, Ashley Spence, wanted to bring the extraordinary aspects of the Wanderlust Festival into the everyday lives of Austinites. With retreats, workshops, teacher training, and classes, Wanderlust is the perfect place to fulfill all of your yogi dreams.




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Your Yoga Studio

8213 Brodie Lane, Suite #107


For a more therapeutic practice, with an emphasis on anatomy and slow yoga, visit Your Yoga. It's an undiscovered place for those looking to start a yoga practice or coming from a place of injury. Owner Dixie Metz is as fun as she is skilled. This studio offers yoga classes using skeletons as references and the teachers care deeply about educating their students about how their bodies can move safely while doing yoga. 




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CorePower Yoga

4616 Triangle Ave Suites 201 & 202

3210 Esperanza Crossing Ste 116

801 W 5th St


If you love yoga but have always wanted to step it up a notch, CorePower Yoga is for you. They've not only upped the intensity of standard yoga practice, but they also offer classes in heated studios and some with added humidity! So if you're REALLY wanting to sweat it out, check out CorePower.




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Practice Yoga Austin

1103 E. 6th St. 


Another Eastside favorite of Austin yoga teachers is Practice Yoga Austin. Practice Yoga boasts, "absurdly high-quality donation yoga." Located on East 6th Street, this yoga studio holds a range of classes that fit easily under the "community" and "spiritual" category, but it's a definite bang for your buck at only $5 recommended cash donation. This, plus the quality of yoga teachers at Practice, make it worth braving I-35 at rush hour.




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Dharma Yoga

3317 Manor Rd


The word Dharma literally translates to "Protection", and this yoga studio certainly lives up to that name with its tight blend of community. Located on Manor Road, Dharma Yoga was founded by Keith Kachtick in 2005 and explores traditional hatha yoga through the lens of Buddhism. 




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Sukha Yoga Austin

2324 South Lamar 

1050 E 11th St Ste 150


Sukha Yoga Austin is the "Cheers" of Yoga Studios. When you go in, it feels like everybody knows your name. This studio was co-founded by beloved Austin yoga teachers and super-moms. Erinn Lewis of Sukha Yoga Austin has such a pleasing and kind nature that her challenging classes feel like a gentle pat on the back. With partner Mark Herron (and Erinn's teensy dog at the door to greet you), you'll feel right at home. 







MORE PLACES TO DO YOGA IN AUSTIN:


The Yoga Room

503 E Palm Valley Blvd #220 | Round Rock, TX


Soul Strong Yoga

309 W Main St Suite 121| Round Rock, TX


Balance Yoga

1010 Ranch Rd 620 Suite #100 | Lakeway, TX


Breath and Body Yoga

4800 Burnet Rd Suite 440


BFree Yoga

3110 Guadalupe St #120


Bikram Yoga East Austin

3801 Berkman Dr #B 


Pure Yoga Texas

Various Locations


Austin Yoga Tree

10401 Anderson Mill Rd


Castle Hill Fitness

1112 N Lamar Blvd

3801 N Capital of Texas Hwy




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