5 Best Yoga Studios in Houston🥇

5 Best Yoga Studios in Houston
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Below is a list of the top and leading Yoga Studios in Houston. To help you find the best Yoga Studios located near you in Houston, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Houston’s Best Yoga Studios:

The top rated Yoga Studios in Houston are:

  • YogaWorks The Heights – world-class yoga practitioners
  • Black Swan Yoga Houston – donation-based yoga program
  • Hot Yoga Houston – Houston’s hot yoga pioneer
  • BIG Power Yoga – Montrose – fun and unique kids and adult yoga sessions
  • Yogaleena – the pride of soulful self reconnection of mothers and seniors

YogaWorks The Heights

YogaWorks The Heights
YogaWorks The Heights. Source: Screenshot from www.yogaworks.com/houston

YogaWorks The Heights is founded by well-trained yoga practitioners Maty Ezraty, Chuck Miller and Alan Finger. Formerly known as YogaOne, the studio is just one of its seven branches in Houston. It is popular for its hot yoga sessions. Wherein a room is set to a temperature of 100-104 degrees, and a humidity level ranging from 50-60%. Yoga enthusiasts swear that this speeds up the detoxification, cleansing process of the body.

They are now offering workshops to nonmembers. Classes are also available for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels.

Products/Services:

Sonic Hot 60, Cool 60, Restore, Flow, Hot Core Cardio, Hot Yoga

LOCATION:

Address: 548 W 19th St, Houston, TX 77008
Phone: 
(832) 649-5640
Website:
www.yogaworks.com

REVIEWS:

“Oh my goodness the Flow classes and the Hot Core Cardio classes at Heights are my favorite things. More than any other location I go to Heights immediately after work and the teachers have a lot of energy. Most of what stressed me out during the day can leave my mind before I head on home so I definitely sleep better.” –Jeffrey Shalin

Black Swan Yoga Houston

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Black Swan Yoga Houston is a donation-based yoga studio in Houston. Anyone can attend the sessions for free by donating $10-$20 either by cash or credit card. It has customized interiors, music, art pieces, and a 90-degree temperature setting. All curated by reliable and competent teachers. Every student’s journey is important to them.

They made the classes more student=centered and welcomes help from the yogi community. It is open to everyone without any additional fees.

Products/Services:

Flow, Hot Onnit, Power, Beginner, Chill, Prenatal/Postnatal, Ashtanga

LOCATION:

Address: 5310 Kirby Dr, Houston, TX 77005
Phone: 
(832) 831-6462
Website:
www.blackswanyoga.com

REVIEWS:

“BS is amazing. Such great instructors and classes for all levels; this is non-judgment space! I still leave every class thinking how much I enjoyed it! Yoga itself is a life changer. I walk in stressed from the day and leave feeling at peace— my body feels so much better too! Thank you, BS!” –Kristin Kabay

Hot Yoga Houston

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Hot Yoga Houston has been conducting more than 35 classes for the Houston community. The first hot yoga studio in Texas was established in 1995. For 25 years they have pioneered not only hot yoga but also Pilates and other variations of the hot yoga.

Classes are open to everyone regardless of race, age or condition. They accept experienced and beginner students even without reservations.

Products/Services:

Pilates, 90-minute Hot Yoga, Yin, 60-Minute Hot Yoga

LOCATION:

Address: 2438 South Blvd, Houston, TX 77098
Phone: 
(713) 664-5333
Website:
www.hotyogahouston.com

REVIEWS:

“I stop by this studio whenever I am in Houston. The people who work here are so sweet and accommodating. Mike is great! He teaches a great class. The studio is very clean and spacious. I love the cool lavender towels at the end are such a nice touch after 90 minutes of yoga!” –Rachel Quevedo

BIG Power Yoga – Montrose

BIG Power Yoga - Montrose
BIG Power Yoga – Montrose. Source: Screenshot from www.bigpoweryoga.com

BIG Power Yoga – Montrose opened in February of 2012 in Bayou Building near Allen Parkway and Buffalo Bayou. Being the mother branch of several other yoga studios, it has maintained an exceptional program for yogis. This is why all major activities and classes are held here. The powerful Baptiste Yoga is a good example that makes students release all tensions in the body.

BIG Kids is another venture of the center specializing in kids yoga. Children aged 2-12 are made to enjoy fun breathing exercises. It is made to be non-competitive and boosts social and mental well-being of the students.

Products/Services:

Baptiste Yoga, Kids Yoga, Workshops

LOCATION:

Address: 1st Bayou 3115 Allen Pkwy Central, Houston, TX 77019
Phone: 
(832) 291-0977
Website:
www.bigpoweryoga.com

REVIEWS:

“I like scorpion against the wall because it gives me a challenge, makes me more flexible and also helps me with other poses.” – Kate Leibman, (Age 7)

Yogaleena

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Yogaleena is a yoga studio in the central area of Houston Texas. The non-heated quaint studio welcomes yogis with their relaxing and fancy interior. They offer yoga classes for all levels every day.

They have quite a number of unique programs. One is their Prenatal Yoga which helps expecting mothers to connect with themselves. Next is the Yoga for Seniors Program where specific poses target stiff and weak muscles to strengthen their bodies. And lastly, their restorative program that came out helpful for people with sleeping problems.

Products/Services:

Vinyasa, Yin & Restorative classes, Yoga for Seniors, Flow, Hatha, Prenatal

LOCATION:

Address: 2621 S Shepherd Dr #230, Houston, TX 77098
Phone: 
(832) 767-3843
Website:
www.yogaleenastudio.com

REVIEWS:

“Yogaleena provides an incredibly welcoming environment for students of all levels because of their room “above room temperature” (but not hot!) studio, the incredibly motivating and kind-hearted instructors, and the yoga studio providing that positive zen.” –Jennifer Moore