Bookmark This: Yoga Classes for Less Than $10 in the Philadelphia Area



News flash: Maintaining a regular yoga routine doesn’t have to break the bank. If you get a little creative (and are possibly willing to drive), you can score ridiculously cheap—even free!—yoga classes at terrific studios throughout the area. Check out our picks below, and add any cheap-yoga intel you have in the comments.

Note: Be sure to check the schedule for each studio before you go. Class times and offerings often change.

Amrita Yoga and Wellness
What: $6 Community Infrared Hot Flow
When: Monday and Wednesday nights
Where: 1204 Frankford Ave, Fishtown.

Blue Banyan Yoga
What: $7 classes; $5 open studio.
When: Various days and times; check the schedule.
Where: 7153 Sprague Street, Mount Airy.

Dana Hot Yoga
What: $5 Hot Vinyasa with teachers in training.
When: Various times; check the schedule.
Where: 244 Bala Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, and 2278 Mount Caramel Avenue, Glenside.

Dhyana Yoga
What: $8 community classes (cash only)
When: Various days and times.
Where: Dhyana’s locations in Center City and Haddonfield offer community classes.

DIG Yoga Lambertville
What: $8 Community Class (cash only)
When: Various days and times.
Where: 204 North Union Street, Lambertville.

DIG Yoga Philadelphia
What: $5 Community Hour (cash only)
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 7 a.m.
Where: 410 Monroe Street, Queen Village.

Eat Drink Om Yoga Cafe
What: $5 30-minute lunchtime yoga classes
When: Monday through Friday from 1 to 1:30 p.m., and 1:30 to 2 p.m.
Where: 124 East Gay Street, West Chester.

Jai Yoga
What: $5 Flow
When: Tuesday and Thursday nights at 5 p.m.
Where: 385 West Lancaster Avenue, Haverford.

Maha Yoga and Healing Arts
What: $7 Yogahour classes and pay-what-you-can community classes ($5 to $10 suggested)
When: Various dates and times.
Where: Both Center City and Ardmore locations.

Philly Power Yoga
What: Free power yoga classes with teachers-in-training.
When: Various dates and times; check the schedule.
Where: 2016 Walnut Street, Rittenhouse.

Practice Yoga Studio
What: Pay-what-you-want donation classes
When: Thursday at 7:30 p.m. (Note: This is a level 1 class, meaning it’s meant for beginners and focuses on fundamentals.)
Where: 804 South Fourth Street, Queen Village.

What: $9 Community Yoga
When: Sundays fromn 10:30 to 11:45.
Where: 209 Poplar Street, Northern Liberties.

Shanti Yoga Shala
What: Pay-what-you-wish Community Vinyasa Yoga
When: Saturdays from 4 to 5:15 p.m.
Where: 262 South 12th Street, Midtown Village.

Studio 34
What: $6 community classes
When: Various days and times; check the class schedule.
Where: 4522 Baltimore Avenue, West Philly.

Twisters Wellness Centers
What: $9 Early Bird Flow
When: Monday through Thursday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (Some days are in Ambler, some in Erdenheim; check schedule.)
Where: 131 East Butler Avenue, Ambler, and 813 Bethlehem Pike, Erdenheim.

Yoga Garden South Street
What: $8 Lunch Hour and Sunrise Vinyasa
When: Sunrise classes are Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7 a.m., and Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 8 a.m. Lunch hour classes are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 1 p.m.
Where: 903 South Street, Bella Vista.

What: $5 donation classes (vinyasa, basics and meditation currently available)
When: Various days; check schedule.
Where: 18 Swamp Road, Newtown.


Nava Yoga Center in the Navy Yard offers your first class for free. Yes, it’s a one-time thing, but hey—it’s something.

Don’t forget that every Lululemon location offers one free yoga class a week, either in store or at a yoga studio. The locations, days and times change seasonally, so be sure to check the stores’ websites for up to date information.

Athleta stores offer some free in-store classes, with a rotating schedule each month. Yoga is usually on the roster, so be sure to check the calendar at the beginning of each month and plan accordingly. We currently have three Athleta locations in our area: Center City, King of Prussia and Marlton.

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  • Adam

    There’s also PWYW @ Shanti Yoga Shala on Saturdays from 4-5:15.

    • Emily Leaman

      Thanks! I added it.

  • Lauren Kelly

    The Philly Power Yoga Community class is now Wednesday from 9:30 – 10:30 am. Always free and with veteran teacher Sara R. (no teacher trainers on the roster currently…) So a safe place to start for free!

  • Rachel Ezekiel-Fishbein

    Blue Banyan in Mt. Airy and Yoga on the Ridge in Roxborough also both offer community classes for under $10.

  • Bridget

    Hotbox Yoga in Manayunk has a M-F 6:15am class that is donation only. ($10 donation suggested.) They are also running a promotion, $20 for 2 weeks of unlimited classes.

  • Erick DIG Yoga

    Another option is to do work exchange. Then any class has the potential to be a free class. DIG Yoga in Philly offers a customizable work exchange, focusing on individual’s time, talents, and treasures to make yoga accessible. Come by Dig today and talk to Erick our studio manager.


    $5 Wake Up Vinyasa classes from 6am-7am on Wednesdays and Fridays all month long. Located at Stillpoint Yoga Studios in King of Prussia.

  • yvonne c

    All 1-hour classes at Yogawood in Collingswood, NJ are $7! Several vinyasa, Jivamukti, and early morning options.

  • Katrina

    Dig is doing $5 Tuesday/Thursday 6-7am with new yoga teachers! And YogaGarden doesn’t do Mon/Wed sunrise classes anymore.

  • Alison

    Pretty sure jai yoga no longer exists. I think it’s prana house now but I’m not sure if they have anything free.

  • Mia Fernandez

    It`s a special type of yoga This class is a great way to get specific support around recovery. It`s perfect class for people in recovery and loved ones. (Every Monday)