The Ultimate Guide to Yoga Studios Around Philadelphia

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Lumos Yoga & Barre is nestled in the Fairmount section of the city. Photograph by Dave Tanenbaum

There are tons of yoga studios in and around Philadephia. If you’re new to your neighborhood, new to a yoga practice, or just want to explore a new studio in your area, you’re in luck. We compiled a list of 51 studios (YUP, 5-1) to check out in the Philly region.

From Center City to the Main Line to South Jersey and everywhere in between, there’s a studio out there for you. Keep this page bookmarked so you can always find the studio nearest to you.

Happy stretching!

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View yoga studios in Fairmount, Brewerytown, Callowhill, and Spring Garden
View yoga studios in Northern Liberties, Fishtown, and Port Richmond
View yoga studios in Manayunk and Roxborough
View yoga studios in Chestnut Hill, Germantown, Mt. Airy, and East Falls
View yoga studios in West Philadelphia
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View yoga studios in Main Line
View yoga studios in South Jersey

Yoga Studios in Center City

Sanctuary Yoga and Mindfulness

Where:  1233 Locust Street
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered:  Yes
This Center City-based yoga studio focuses on building strong bodies and minds. In addition to yoga classes, they’ve got a packed schedule of mindfulness meditation sessions so you can strengthen your mind alongside your body.

CorePower Yoga

Where:  1616 Walnut Street
Drop in Price: $23
Mats Offered: Yes, $2 to rent (free rental for first-timers)
While this price may be steep in comparison to other studios in Philly, the workout is like no other. CorePower offers nine (yes, nine) different class styles that range from beginner, non-heated yoga to high intensity heated yoga.

Maha Yoga and Healing Arts

Where:  1700 Sansom Street
Drop in Price: $18, extra $2 fee for credit cards (so bring cash!)
Mats Offered: Yes, $2 to rent
Maha Yoga and Healing Arts provide a slew of class options for their clients to find the flow that works best for them. They even offer a flow for people living with Parkinson’s disease and/or their caregivers as well as a flow for veterans and active service members. No matter what may be happening in your personal life, Maha Yoga helps you leave it all on the mat.

Wake Up Yoga: Rittenhouse

Where:  2030 Sansom Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
This studio focuses on making your yoga practice apart of your everyday life. There are also locations in Fairmount and South Philly.

Philly Power Yoga

Where: 2016 Walnut Street
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes, $3 for rental
In this heated studio, you can learn the basics — or get out of your comfort zone — with their yoga and Pilates fusion class. If your goal is to improve your flow, this is the place for you as focusing on holding the pose is as important as the pose itself.

Philly Yoga Factory

Where: 1520 Sansom Street
Drop in Price: Minimum $7 donation
Mats Offered: No
This studio bills itself as Philly’s first all-donation yoga collective. Instead on focusing on bringing in the big bucks, the collective focuses on making yoga inclusive for everyone regardless of the circumstances. If you prefer a chiller vibe, this is the place for you.

Hot Yoga Philadelphia

Where:  1520 Sansom Street
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: Yes
No, you aren’t seeing double. Hot Yoga Philadelphia shares their studio space with their partner program Philly Yoga Factory (see above). Since 2001, they have been teaching Philadelphians about the ancient art of yoga and have since expanded their practice to offer more services than before.

Shanti Yoga and Ayurveda

Where:  1638 Pine Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
Need yoga to focus on your health and healing? That is the main focus for the instructors at Shanti Yoga and Ayurveda. If your goal is to expand your horizons beyond the comforts of the vinyasa flow, there are other practices to choose from as well.

Focus Barre and Yoga

Where:  1923 Chestnut Street
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes
At this studio — which, yes, also offers barre — the purpose of the practice is to focus is on you. Here you can finally get the attention you need on each of your poses.

Anjali Power Yoga

Where: 1519 South Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
End your hectic workday by being present on the mat. This studio promises a good sweat through their heated sessions. There are also two other locations: one in Westmont, New Jersey and another in Avalon, New Jersey.

Mama’s Wellness Joint

Where:  1100 Pine Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
Unlike the name suggests, Mama’s Wellness Joint isn’t just for new or expectating mothers, although they get a lot of attention here. Founder, Paige Chapman, is a Philly-born yoga instructor and Doula who puts her focus on healing. There are a ton of classes and workshops that focus on the relationship between mother and child as well as the beauty of feminine energy.

Yoga Studios in Old City

The Yoga Garden Philly

Where:  240 South 8th Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
The Yoga Garden hopes you find your vibe and tribe practicing alongside their instructors. Choose from over 100 classes a week in a range of style both at their Philadelphia location and their Main Line (Narberth) location.

Ashtanga Yoga Philadelphia

Where:  733 Sansom Street
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: No
Ashtanga Yoga focuses on simple discipline of movement and breath. Instead of thinking of all the things you have to do once you leave class, this class allows you to stay present in the current moment.

Kaya Aerial Yoga

Where:  225 Quarry Street
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: No mat used
Who said yoga exclusively had to be on a mat? At Kaya Aerial Yoga, silk ribbons keep you afloat as you do yoga with an aerial view. While most of the positions typically take place on the mat, they can be done in the air as well.

Healing Arts Collective

Where:  519 South 9th Street
Drop in Price: $15
Mats Offered: No
If you need a place to practice where the instructors have a full understanding of the human body, look no further. Besides yoga, they offer an array of services such as massages, Reiki healing, and Ayurvedic holistic health. Their understanding of how the body moves translates into their yoga practice as well.

Yoga Studios in Fairmount, Brewerytown, Callowhill, and Spring Garden

Yoga Habit

Where:  1640 Fairmount Avenue
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: Yes
In this 90-degree heated room, you’ll learn what you’re made of. Sometimes, it’s hard enough to nail certain poses in normal temperatures let alone with added humidity.  To save some dough, keep an eye out on their schedule for their $5 community flow.

Wake Up Yoga: Fairmount

Where:  2329 Parrish Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
From all-levels Vitality Flow classes to prenatal yoga to candlelit yoga, this studio offers a style for everyone. There are two other locations in Rittenhouse and South Philly.

Priya Hot Yoga

Where:  1828 Callowhill Street
Drop in Price: $15 cash, $17 card
Mats Offered: Yes, $2 for rental
The sense of community is strong at this practice as two best friends founded this studio. At Priya, they want you to focus on the art of letting go and being present.

Studio1831

Where:  1831 Brandywine Street
Drop in Price: $14
Mats Offered: No
Studio1831 offers Hatha Yoga, with a focus on increased flexibility, enhanced concentration, and a developed sense of strength, balance, and coordination.

Lumos Yoga & Barre

Where:  2001 Green Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes, $2 for rental
Ever taken a yoga class called ‘Sculpt Jawn’? Thought not. You can try this twist on yoga sculpt at Lumos Yoga & Barre, or try a class where you can do yoga in a chair if being on the floor isn’t for you. If you’re looking for a studio that emphasizes inclusivity, this one is for you.

The Yoga and Movement Sanctuary

Where: 2623 West Girard Avenue
Drop in Price: $16
Mats Offered: Yes
To foster your growth and love for the practice, The Yoga and Movement Sanctuary focuses on community as well as diverse and holistic ways to practice. This studio’s signature class, Architectural Movement, is informed by other “perspectives on human movement” outside of yoga and emphasizes geometric alignment, as well as mobility and strength.

Roots Philly Yoga

Where:  466 North 10th Street
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes
Roots Philly Yoga takes the idea of having “roots” literally. This studio was born of the idea that a group of people practicing together could essentially shape the neighborhood. If you want a space that focuses on cooperation, collaboration and community, you’ll find it here.

Yoga Studios in Northern Liberties, Fishtown, and Port Richmond

Sculpere Studio

Where:  209 Poplar Street
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes, $1 for rental
Three words: Happy. Hour. Yoga. I mean if that isn’t enticing enough, they also offer Yoga Sculpt, which uses gentle and effective techniques to focus on upper body strength.

Amrita Yoga and Wellness

Where: 1204 Frankford Avenue
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes, for rent
This stunning Fishtown studio offers classes across all levels of expertise. Plus, they’ve been known to host puppy yoga — a must-try for any yogi or dog lover.

MotherHeart Studio

Where: 2359 East Susquehanna Street
Drop in Price: $15
Mats Offered: No
This yoga studio offers over 10 different styles of classes — including a West African Dance class (with live drumming).

Grace and Glory Yoga Fishtown

Where:  2200 Frankford Avenue
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: No
This Baptiste-affiliated studio, encourages you to “come as your are, not as you think you should be.” At Grace and Glory, they want you to discover, explore, and expand. Check out this space to step out of your comfort zone.

Breathing Room

Where:  2926 Richmond Street
Drop in Price: $10
Mats Offered: Yes
If you need a place to practice that’s laid back, welcoming, and affordable — look no further. This non-profit studio brings affordable yoga, meditation, and healthy life style programs to people in the area.

Yoga Studios in Manayunk and Roxborough

Hotbox Yoga Manayunk

Where:  4163 Main Street
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes
If you need an intermission from the day-to-day, stop by this studio to challenge your inner power on and off your mat. The values here are simple: create a safe space for everyone, disconnect with the world and reconnect with yourself, and build a stronger community for the people around you.

Yoga on Main

Where:  4363 Main Street
Drop in Price: $15
Mats Offered: Yes, for $1
Yoga on Main wants you to drop in and unleash your inner fire. They offer Hatha and Kundalini Yoga as well as a slew of other classes and workshops.

Yoga Studios in Chestnut Hill, Germantown, Mt. Airy, and East Falls

Y2B Fit

Where:  7101 Emlen Street
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes
This yoga and barre studio focuses on combining the two activities to get you fit. Their holistic approach to fitness through fostering the mind-body connection will have you leaving in better spirits than you came in. Can’t make it to a class? Try one of their online videos in their virtual studio.

Tara Yoga

Where:  84 Bethlehem Pike
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes
This studio got its start in Abington back in 2013 and has been serving the community at-large ever since. Founder Tara Roulis is dedicated to the growing body of yogis in the area. Their classes range from Beginner Yoga to Yoga for Kids.

Rebel

Where:  8020 Germantown Avenue
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes, for purchase
A yoga studio that sells clothes as well as beverages and snacks? Yes, that’s Rebel. While this studio offers a bunch of different classes, they also keep their hands busy by selling apparel (brands such as ALO, Beyond Yoga, Teeki, and more), beverages, and locally sourced organic snacks. They’ve got it all.

Blue Banyan Yoga

Where:  7153 Sprague Street
Drop in Price: $16
Mats Offered: No
The yoga community in Mt. Airy has grown tremendously in recent years and this studio is one of the reasons why. Blue Banyan Yoga gives people in the community the space to further their practice while not traveling too far from home.

Magu Yoga

Where:  6825 Germantown Ave
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: No
The director of this studio has been teaching for over 20 years and uses her ample experience to the benefit of her students. Magu is located in Mt. Airy and offers a bunch of different classes to get you moving and feeling stronger than before.

Yoga Studios in West Philadelphia

Studio 34

Where:  4522 Baltimore Avenue
Drop in Price: $12
Mats Offered: Yes
Studio 34 focuses on creating flows for all. Most notably, their Queer and Trans Yoga and Yoga for Recovery classes highlight the struggles of people who can often go overlooked.

Hotbox Yoga West Philly

Where:  3527 Lancaster Avenue
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: Yes, for rent
If you need an intermission from the day-to-day, stop by this studio to challenge your inner power on and off your mat. The values here are simple: create a safe space for everyone, disconnect with the world and reconnect with yourself, and build a stronger community for the people around you.

Bikram Yoga West Philly

Where:  4145 Chestnut Street
Drop in Price: $22
Mats Offered: Yes, for rent
Always heard about Bikram but never experienced it for yourself? Well, look no further. This state-of-the-art-facility is both spacious and clean (with three showers in both the men and women’s bathroom) and has a hot room that’s over 1500 square feet. There’s definitely room to maximize your savasana!

Tuck Barre and Yoga West Philadelphia

Where:  3400 Lancaster Avenue
Drop in Price: $15
Mats Offered: Yes
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be trained by someone who’s trained Olympic athletes? Well look no further! Owner, Callie has taught the best of the best and now uses her experience to promote self-love through yoga. Plus, they’ve been known to host fun pop-up events, like pig yoga. There’s a second location in South Philly.

Yoga Studios in South Philadelphia

 Palo Santo Wellness Boutique

Where:  1707 East Passyunk Ave
Drop in Price: $12-15
Mats Offered: No
This yoga studio doubles as a wellness boutique. That means after finishing your vinyasa, you can purchase all sorts of healing mists and bath salts for same take-home self-care. Score!

Three Queens Yoga

Where:  410 Monroe Street
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: Yes
When it comes to yoga studios in Philly, Three Queens is possibly one of the most recognizable names. In this studio, perfecting your alignment and moves takes high priority.

Tuck Barre and Yoga

Where:  1155 South 20th Street
Drop in Price: $15
Mats Offered: Yes
From vinyasa yoga to yin yoga to core yoga to pig yoga, there’s a little something for everyone here, no matter if you’re a serious pro or just someone looking to experience a yoga flow for the first time. There’s a second location in West Philly.

Wake Up Yoga: South Philly

Where: 1839 East Passyunk Avenue
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
This studio focuses on making your yoga practice apart of your everyday life. There are also locations conveniently placed in Fairmount and Rittenhouse.

Practice Yoga Studio

Where:  804 South 4th Street
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: Yes
Practice makes perfect from what we’ve been told. Why not start your yoga journey at a place that focuses on giving personal attention?

Anjali Power Yoga

Where:  1519 South Street
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: Yes
While this studio isn’t deep in South Philly, it’s still close enough to consider. Another Baptiste Power yoga affiliate, this studio will boost your capabilities while you sweat (really, sweat) during any one of their classes.

Yoga Studios on the Main Line

Main Line Yoga Shala

Where:  711 Montgomery Avenue
Drop in Price: $21
Mats Offered: No
Here, the owners want you to view their studio as a place of refuge. As you go through your journey of self-discovery, they hope to be there, guiding you along the way. Plus, there is tons of free parking.

Prana Das Yoga

Where: 385 Lancaster Ave
Drop in Price: $17 cash, $18 using card
Mats Offered: Yes
Whether you’re a master yogi or a novice practitioner, Prana Das Yoga is said to have an effect on people that makes them feel like they’re “coming home.”

Hummingbird Yoga and Massage

Where:  940 Haverford Road
Drop in Price: $17
Mats Offered: No
Yoga? Massage? There couldn’t possibly be a better duo! They go beyond just using yoga as a practice as they incorporate techniques to guide you through your every day life.

Verge Yoga

Where:  250 West Lancaster Avenue
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered:  Yes
Verge yoga offers different classes that help you customize your flow so you can get the best from your experience. They also have a mobile app which makes signing up for classes a breeze.

Focus Fitness Main Line

Where:  1111 East Lancaster Avenue
Drop in Price: $18
Mats Offered: No
If you’re an all-access member at this studio, you get unlimited babysitting in Studio K. If that isn’t enticing enough, they offer a bunch of other specialty programming in addition to their regular classes.

Yoga Studios in South Jersey

Blue Deer Yoga

Where:  1990 Route 70, Cherry Hill
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: Yes, for $1
The art of movement is celebrated here. At Blue Deer Yoga, they believe movement is “the food that nourishes the deepest aspects of your heart, body, and spirit.” There’s no better time than the present to get moving.

Heart & Grit Power Yoga

Where:  484 East Evesham Road, Cherry Hill
Drop in Price: $20
Mats Offered: Yes, class includes mat rental.
This Baptiste Power Yoga affiliate focuses on the heart and the grit — a.k.a. perseverance towards a goal — of its members. If you’re looking for a sense of community in the South Jersey area, look no further.

Additional reporting by Michaela Althouse.

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