Below is a list of the top and leading Yoga Studios in Philadelphia. To help you find the best Yoga Studios located near you in Philadelphia, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Philadelphia’s Best Yoga Studios:
The top rated Yoga Studios in Philadelphia are:
- Amrita Yoga and Wellness – specializes in Amrita Barre for focus and flexibility
- Maha Yoga – exceptional meditation program for less
- CorePower Yoga – the pioneer of power yoga in Philadelphia
- Yoga Habit – yoga studio with a heart for the environment
- Sanctuary Yoga and Mindfulness – mindfulness expert
Amrita Yoga and Wellness
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✨ Yoga Wall ✨ • Curious about this odd looking wall at Amrita NORTH? On Saturday, 4/4, from 12-2PM Jill Jones will lead a workshop all about the Yoga Wall, also known as the Rope Wall! • Yoga Kurunta, as developed by BKS Iyengar, is the science of using ropes to support and intensify the asana practice. As you can see, many postures, both fundamental and more advanced, can be performed with the help of wall ropes. In the workshop, Jill will introduce poses like downward dog and child’s pose at the wall, as well as balancing postures, inversions, and backbends. Through the use of wall ropes, you’ll be able to find more stability and better alignment to enhance your yoga practice! • Link in the bio to sign up! Due to the number of wall ropes, this workshop only has 12 spots. Pricing is $35 early bird for members and $40 early bird for non-members!
Amrita Yoga and Wellness is the city’s premier haven for yoga, Pilates, barre, and rebounding. It should be noted that the studio’s name Amrita means immortal in Sanskrit. They accept practitioners of all class levels. And the class difficulty is represented by the color brown, green, and red. Brown is perfect for beginners, normal with a bit of challenge for green and red for experienced yogis.
Amrita Barre, their specialization is a combination of Pilates, yoga and fundamental training done within an environment that induces focus. Philly Mag awarded them with the “Best of BeWellPhilly” award in 2014. And in 2018 a “Best Yoga Studios in Philadelphia” recognition by Expertise.
Amrita Barre, Yin, Yoga 101, Ab Fit, Aerial Yoga, Beginner Hot & Candlelight Flow, Flow + Restore, Hatha Flow, Iyengar Level 1 & 2, Yinyasa, Barre Asana, Jump & Jam
“This was my first yoga experience in this city and it was really great. What I enjoyed most was just I felt good after I left. I wasn’t tired or sore but I felt energized in my body and mind and that’s a nice feeling when I leave a building. Definitely my first recommendation for a yoga studio in the city.” –Shane Bywaters
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What do open classes mean to Maha? It simply means this class is open to all levels of practice, and to expect an alignment-based vinyasa. Variations are offered for all, and beginners are welcome!❤️ #mahayogastudio #phillyyoga #yoga #yogainspiration #mahayoga #namaste #yogajawn #yogapose #alignmentyoga #meditation #asana #yogaeverydamnday
Maha Yoga has been offering amazing yoga classes for a bargain price one cannot resist. Furthermore, the maha team is well-known in the nearby city of Philadelphia to be the best. For each class, they inject the soothing charm of release and restoration. With proven value for their money yoga enthusiasts frequents the studio.
The main focus of the yoga studio is the treatment of chronic pain and injuries. In line with this, they only employ certified yoga practitioners.
Classes, Workshops, Massage
“Maha is a great place for yoga in Center City! Instructors are awesome, well educated and focused on a great experience. Less ‘competitive’ than other studios. They give you the space to be in your own zone and offer instruction just right for your mood at that moment. The perfect blend of Zen and physicality.” –yvette costa
CorePower Yoga has been pioneering power yoga on that side of Philadelphia. Indeed the studio is made with a consideration of teacher’s and students’ welfare. Also, it is decorated with modern pieces that are both convenient and comfortable.
Practitioners who are into intense workouts are the target market of the yoga studio. In addition, the program is proven to aid weight loss and build lean muscle mass.
CorePower Yoga 1, CorePower Yoga 2, Yoga Sculpt, Hot Power Fusion, Special Classes
“They also clearly have people who are advanced in their practice attending classes. I find it amazing how they can cater to both groups! I felt welcome, the studios are clean, and overall look forward to class and how my body is both challenged and cared for during the time spent at CPY.” –Bethany Fijan
Yoga Habit is located in the vicinity of Fairmount Ave in Philadelphia. It used to be an old warehouse in the 1800s. The management did an extensive renovation to achieve it’s well-lighted studio interior now. In addition to this, instead of relying on the HVAC system, they chose to utilize the Far Infrared Radiant heat to maintain the 90- degree temperature.
Furthermore, this is the same heat emitted by the sun. Finally, the environment-friendly heating system does not blow out dust and allergens into the room. The exceptional facilities provide support to the power yoga classes. The meditations are more focused to attain a sense of clarity and inner strength.
Power Flow, Power Basics, Slow Flow + Restore, Sayulita Yoga Retreat, Teacher Training, Workshops
“My first class at the studio was yesterday at 9:30 am and it was wonderful! Ali is a great instructor. I understood what postures she wanted us to do. From my experience, some yoga instructor’s cues are hard to understand. I found it refreshing that I could understand. The class was challenging and intense which I like. It was definitely a workout for sure!” -MICHAEL
Sanctuary Yoga and Mindfulness
Sanctuary Yoga and Mindfulness is the only studio in the heart of Philadelphia that has a regular mindfulness meditation class. Also, their program is designed for novice and advanced practitioners. Undoubtedly with a lot of health benefits, the mindfulness session promises relief of stress, a clearer mind, and self-contentment.
Moreover, it is one of the foundations of the yoga studio’s practice. Along with this, meditation teachers provide assistance and guidance throughout the course. Where each student gets to explore and subsequently choose the technique they would like to adopt for the attainment of inner peace.
The Yoga Infusion, 200-hour Teacher Training, 500-hour Teacher Training, Mindfulness, Workshops
“The Best! The yoga experience at Sanctuary Yoga & Mindfulness leaves my body feeling better and my soul nourished! Kilkenny teaches in a way I understand the poses better and takes my practice to a new level. She has an amazing team of experienced, knowledgeable and truly caring instructors. I feel so lucky to have this studio in Philadelphia.” –Meredith C
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.