Below is a list of the top and leading Yoga Studios in Indianapolis. To help you find the best Yoga Studios located near you in Indianapolis, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Indianapolis’ Best Yoga Studios:
The top rated Yoga Studios in Indianapolis are:
- Invoke Studio – offers more than 100 yoga, pilates, and fitness classes
- Practice Indie Yoga – believe that yoga is for everyone and that it should be a full experience
- Santosha School – offers persistent tools for people to explore at suitable movement pace and capacity
- kOMpose Yoga – empower people to improve their physical and emotional well-being
- The Hot Room – their state of the art studios was built with your comfort and yoga practice in mind
Invoke Studio a public-hearted space for folks who aspire to fulfill the full ability of both mind and body. At Invoke they offer more than 100 yoga, Pilates, and fitness classes together with monthly workshops and licensed teacher training. In January 2005, they started in downtown Indianapolis and has been consistently rated as one of the city’s pilates studios and top yoga. Also, Invoke Wellness Center opened in November 2013 and is a piece of evidence to the community feel, connectivity, and inclusivity that Invoke has promoted in Indianapolis.
Yoga Classes, Workshops, Yoga Teacher Training, Pilates Teacher Training
“Absolutely LOVE Invoke!! I have been to a lot of different studios and instructors and I can not give enough kudos to Invoke and their yoga instructors. My practice has improved immensely with the help of their guidance. The teachers have provided so much helpful technique and form instruction, which much of it I never knew I was doing incorrectly. Highly recommend! Invoke is my happy place.” – Kristine L.
Practice Indie Yoga
Practice Indie Yoga is situated in the heart of downtown Indianapolis devoted to you doing you. They believe that yoga is for everyone and that it should be a full experience. You can hope a laid back environment, knowledgable teachers, a fun and friendly community, a room that engages with all the senses, and a practice that includes the mental, physical and spiritual gains of the practice. Either you have never tried yoga or you are a seasoned practitioner who just wants a laid back atmosphere in which to get a holistic practice, Practice Indie is for you.
Teacher Training, Aerial Yoga Teacher Training, Yin Yoga Teacher Training, Restorative Yoga Teacher Training, Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training
“Relaxing, beautiful space. this studio really brought life to this once-hidden building.” – Peter B.
Santosha School offers persistent tools for people to explore at suitable movement pace and movement capacity. They actually teach you how to practice, whether it is yoga, body care, or Ayurveda; they work with individuals on their unique needs. They empower their students to learn and be independent – their yoga students learn how to develop a home practice. and their students actually get to know each other and the teachers.
They have regular weekly and monthly events like a church do. Also, they sell fresh dried herbs, essential oils, body-care products, and massage oils that are of higher quality than even those found at health food stores, and they do so at below MSRP. They use expensive Ayurveda massage oils for your particular body type and condition.
Yoga Personal Training, Massage + Ayurveda Therapies, Ayurveda Health Consultation, Weddings
“When I recently broke my radius, I practiced the relaxation techniques (esp. “alternate nostril breathing”) that I learned in yoga, both in the ER and after surgery. I was able to manage the pain without drugs! My thanks to Santosha and my wonderful instructors, Sheila and Jo! And, I’m so glad to be back!” – Linda M.
kOMpose Yoga believes that the key to their success is their teachers. They are not just great teachers in the classroom, they are great people out in the world. They come from various backgrounds and bring their different points of view into the practice to teach in their own authentic and unique way. Every teacher is highly trained, patient, considerate and has a passion for sharing their knowledge of yoga with their students.
Their mission is to empower people to improve their physical and emotional well-being by connecting them to a safe, inclusive and friendly yoga community. And their vision is to create a safe and thriving community of diverse individuals that are happier, healthier and stronger in their bodies, mind, and spirit.
Yoga Classes, Teacher Training, Events, New Students, Coaching
“Phenomenal yoga studio. I just moved to the area and tried a couple before and they didn’t cut it. But KOMpose is amazing! I love all the instructors and the front desk staff is incredibly friendly. Prices are good too.” – Kristine E.
The Hot Room
The Hot Room offers original hot yoga, Hot Power Vinyasa, and Inferno Hot Pilates and yin yoga classes every week. Their state of the art studios was built with your comfort and yoga practice in mind. They have two studios situated in Indianapolis and their newest location in Chicago. They can’t wait to meet you all in the Chicago area. They love beginners. Your first class will be challenging, but worth it! Keep coming back, and you will begin to feel light, and strong, free from pain and stress and full of energy. Soon you will feel right at home.
Original Hot Yoga Teacher Training, Yin Teacher Training, Hot Yoga Retreats, New Students
Address: 3855 E 96th St, Indianapolis, IN 46240
Phone: (317) 218-3728
“I’m 6 classes in and while it’s extremely challenging, it feels so rewarding already! Everyone here is so friendly and welcoming. The staff is truly concerned with you living your best healthy life! No question goes unanswered and they truly care. 100% Recommended!” – Nathan S.
Max Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Max grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Max has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Max is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.