Below is a list of the top and leading Yoga Studios in Washington. To help you find the best Yoga Studios located near you in Washington, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Washington’s Best Yoga Studios are:
The top rated Yoga Studios in Washington, DC are:
- Lighthouse Yoga Center – the only Kundalini Yoga facility in Washington, DC, as well as a flagship studio for alignment-focused Hatha Yoga
- Dupont Circle Yoga – committed to providing teacher-led, traditional yoga classes
- The Yoga Shala – the result of a shared enthusiasm for yoga
- Georgetown Yoga – strives in providing an inclusive environment for everyone to enjoy as they take their classes
- Bluebird Sky Yoga – a community-based yoga studio in the Brookland (DC) neighborhood that combines yoga, local art, and joy
Lighthouse Yoga Center
Lighthouse Yoga Center is the only Kundalini Yoga facility in Washington, DC, as well as a flagship studio for alignment-focused Hatha Yoga. They are grateful to all of those who have contributed to their progress, including their outstanding teachers and students, who have established a lovely environment for peace and healing in the heart of Kennedy Street NW. Inclusion, diversity, and community are all important to Lighthouse. They are a “come as you are” studio with lessons for people of all ages, sizes, and forms.
Lighthouse believes that yoga can help us feel better. They will continue to be a beacon for inner serenity in Petworth, Brightwood, and beyond as they grow and strengthen their commitment to the community. The company’s goal is to help their students and communities by offering an open and friendly environment.
Address: 502 Kennedy St NW, Washington, DC 20011
Phone: (202) 670 8354
“A caring, supportive and noncompetitive place to practice yoga with experienced instructors. They have weekday mid morning and mid afternoon class offerings, too, which is great for those of us not working a traditional 9-5 schedule.” – Julie Y
Dupont Circle Yoga
Dupont Circle Yoga is committed to providing teacher-led, traditional yoga classes. Their objective is simple: to provide teacher-led, old-school yoga courses in a relaxed setting, based on ancient Hatha roots: Iyengar, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa (Flow). They take yoga seriously, but they strive to keep things light and fun; Dupont Circle’s goal is to create an environment where students may approach yoga on their own terms, rather than as part of some strange cult or clique.
Their studio strives to be both accessible and cheap. If you’re on a budget, work in schools or non-profits, are a student, or simply require a discount, don’t hesitate to contact them.
Address: 2032 P St NW, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 642 2603
“I miss heading to classes at DCY. The space is simple but serene. Teachers are skilled, helpful and most importantly, respectful. Having had a few bad experiences with what seem to be ego-driven yoga teachers/studios, a space like Dupont is not to be missed!” – Erin Shea
The Yoga Shala
The Yoga Shala is committed to providing traditional yoga styles taught by teachers. The studio is a light-filled area with soaring windows. The Yoga Shala is the result of a shared enthusiasm for yoga, community, teaching, family, friends, (mostly) healthy living, and a love of the outdoors.
They understand that each student’s experience is unique, therefore when it comes to the substance of your practice, they prioritize quality over quantity.
Address: 1550 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001
“Great studio! I have been to multiple studios in DC and this is by far my favorite. A great blend of traditional and modern yoga with very knowledgeable teachers.After taking a 2 year break, it has been great to find a new yoga “home”.” – Holly Rooper
Georgetown Yoga’s classes are based on Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and Iyengar Hatha Yoga traditions, and emphasize good alignment and comprehension of the asanas (poses) as the foundation of long-term practice, regardless of immediate goals. Sweatpants, shorts, and a t-shirt, running clothes, or yesterday night’s outfit are all acceptable attire for practice. It’s fine to ask questions, laugh, take it leisurely, even lose your balance trying something new during class.
They are aware of the uniqueness of each individual. Thus, they strive in providing an inclusive environment for everyone to enjoy as they take their classes.
Address: 2805 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Phone: (202) 642 2603
“Great classes for any level. Teachers are amazing and the studio is great. They lend free mats.” – pablo domit
Bluebird Sky Yoga
Bluebird Sky Yoga is a community-based yoga studio in the Brookland (DC) neighborhood that combines yoga, local art, and joy. They provide a wide range of classes available in the studio, outdoors, live streaming, and on-demand online. With over 15 different styles to choose from, their program is purposely eclectic. Whether you want to learn a long-standing tradition like Ashtanga, a flowing practice like Vinyasa, a lively practice like Rocket, a restorative practice like meditation, or something completely different, they hope you’ll find courses and a community that you enjoy.
Visit their rotating art gallery with local artists and retail shops while you’re here, or browse their virtual shops for art and merchandise.
Address: 3101 12th St NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: (202) 248 2218
“Beautiful space and great classes! The schedule offers range of styles which I really like, and all of the teachers I’ve encountered have been wonderful. They also host a ton of different events, pop-ups and workshops that are definitely worth checking out!” – Lacey Huber
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