Below is a list of the top and leading Yoga Studios in Austin. To help you find the best Yoga Studios located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Yoga Studios:
The top-rated Yoga Studios in Austin are:
- Wanderlust Yoga – one of the best yoga studios in Austin.
- Practice Yoga Austin – beautiful studio, great instructors, and an amazing atmosphere.
- Sukha Yoga – lofty, vibrant yoga studio with a range of daily classes, plus workshops & international retreats.
- BFREE Yoga – heart-centered Vinyasa yoga studio in Austin.
- Sanctuary Yoga – vibrant yoga studio featuring various class levels, with proceeds donated to a youth foundation.
Wanderlust Yoga was created to bring some of the best aspects of the Wanderlust Festival into people’s everyday lives who work, live, and visit Austin. Owner Kirsh Patel had a vision of elevating people’s vibrations through intentional and high-quality yoga experiences. Their main goal is to educate people that yoga can be an accessible tool for any body. Wanderlust Yoga strives to build a community that can inspire other people to live better lives and be able to make a difference. Through yoga, they wish to provide a unique experience that will help people grow their courage, freedom, and vitality. Services include both studio and online yoga classes and training with their premier yoga teachers.
Studio classes, online yoga, teacher training, premier teachers.
Address: 206 E 4th St, Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 502-5183
Good to be back. Their COVID safety protocols made me feel safe and allowed me to focus on my practice! It’s good to be back! – Tyler Coleman
Practice Yoga Austin
Practice Yoga Austin is a donation-based yoga studio that offers different classes to Austin residents. The yoga studio was founded by business partners that have a passion for yoga. The duo thought that amazing yoga classes should be easily accessible for anyone from all walks of life. PYA’s donation-based system allows anyone to walk in and pay whatever amount they can afford to experience high-quality yoga classes. Due to this, the response from the community has been resounding and the support, huge. They have experienced and amicable yoga teachers that will help you gain access to amazing sessions with friends and strangers alike.
200-hour teacher training, 300-hour teacher training, practice school of yoga therapy, workshops, events, online yoga classes.
Address: 1103 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702
Phone: (512) 730-1638
Great space in a building that seems like it used to be a house. Wonderful instruction (the class with Jacob) and was open on Christmas Eve which I really appreciated. Mats available if you don’t have one and included with your donation for class. I will be back! – Sandy Nguyen
Sukha Yoga is a family-operated studio that specializes in leading heart-centered yoga practices that enhances people’s lives. The studio is a sanctuary for yoga, deeper studies, meditation both in-studio and online. Sukha’s studios are located in Austin where residents can visit and experience the wonderful journey that is yoga. There are different classes you can experience based on your yoga proficiency and experience. You can connect with Sukha via their website’s contact form for any queries or support needed.
Training, workshops, 200-hour Sukha, 300-hour Sukha, retreats, gift cards.
Address: 2324 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
Sukha is special. There are an incredible authentic welcoming and loving atmosphere. Every class is a wonder of its own. This studio has an incredible amount to offer – count me grateful! – Sam S.
BFREE Yoga‘s home base is located in Austin but provides practice wherever you are. The studio offers a dynamic atmosphere with a rhythmic practice deeply ingrained in the system of yoga. Their signature breath-based flow focuses on intention, aligns and strengthens your body, and protrudes through your heart. BFREE’s teachers approach yoga in a spiritual yet playful manner. The variety of classes offered compliments people no matter what level of experience they have, which makes BFREE very flexible and well-rounded.
In-studio classes, outdoor yoga, digital studio.
Address: 3110 Guadalupe St Suite #120, Austin, TX 78705
Phone: (512) 480-0067
Wonderful, brightly lit studio. I had the best class with Jenna, who teaches Wednesday afternoons. She’s inspiring, upbeat and she pushes you to have an amazing workout! You’ll definitely sweat which is what I want in my yoga. – Marcy Shapiro
Sanctuary Yoga is another donation-based, not-for-profit yoga studio that offers opportunities to people to develop self-awareness, inter-personal connections, and a sense of belonging. When you join a yoga class in Sanctuary Yoga, you support the Amala Foundation and its emotional learning programs in local schools. Sanctuary Yoga offers different classes like Private yoga sessions, greenbelt yoga where you go on weekend excursions to reconnect with positive energy, and Sanctuary workshops. These services are all available for students at all levels of learning.
Sanctuary workshops, greenbelt yoga, private yoga.
Address: 1006 S 8th St, Austin, TX 78704
Phone: (512) 476-8884
This is my new fav yoga Studio in South Austin. It is a very special place that just makes me feel happy. Great location, warm and cozy studio, and amazing teachers! – Monica Seja
Alain Atkins is the senior editor for Kev’s Best. Alain has been working as a journalist for nearly a decade having published pieces in many print and digital publications including the Argus Leader and the Huffing Post. Alain is based in St Louis and covers issues affecting his city and state. When he’s not busy in the newsroom, Alain enjoys backpacking.