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Find your zen with our Austin yoga guide

Check out these 18 yoga studios, which offer vinyasa flows, hot studios, and teacher trainings, around the Capital City.

Hundreds of yogis as seen from overhead at Republic Square

Right now, Austin-based yoga teacher @morganmoulckers will have you sweating at Republic Square, or anywhere else you take a YTX Yoga class.

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, the Capital City has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 18 yoga studios around Austin.

A woman stands in front of Sukha Yoga, which has a rainbow sign welcoming all out front.

Sukha Yoga also offers breathwork classes and an online library.

Photo courtesy @sukhayogaaustin

If you’re just getting started

BFree Yoga, multiple locations
Enjoy a yoga flow in rotating locations like Antone’s Nightclub or neighboring studios. You can also take a seven-day challenge or peruse the digital library.

Flow Yoga, multiple locations
This studio will teach yoga to anyone, and offers kid-centered and family classes. You can also drop in for yoga clinics and training sessions.

Greater Austin YMCA, multiple locations
You can hit the mat all over the city with a Greater Austin YMCA membership and get access to an array of group fitness classes.

Sukha Yoga, 2324 S. Lamar Blvd.
Start your practice or take it to the next level with an online library of classes, a lounge next door, and specialty workshops.

Yoga Pod Austin, 9333 Research Blvd., Ste. C-200
Get introduced to vinyasa, barre, hot yoga, and other fitness classes at this studio, which offers four weeks of classes for $40 to new yogis.

A group stands in warrior two at a teacher training.

Perfect your practice with one of Practice Yoga’s teacher trainings.

Photo courtesy @practiceyogaaustin

If you’re looking to sweat

Black Swan Yoga, multiple locations
Whether you’re looking for a traditional vinyasa flow, a hot yoga session, teacher training, or a slow flow by candlelight, this donation-based studio has you covered.

CorePower Yoga, multiple locations
Relax into your flow, try a high-intensity experience, or a simple meditation at CorePower. Pro-tip: this studio offers a free in-studio week to new patrons and a library of free classes.

Practice Yoga, 1103 E. 6th St.
This studio has a robust schedule to meet anyone’s needs and offers specialty trainings and workshops, like prenatal yoga and sound bathing.

Pure Yoga Texas, multiple locations
This studio has been teaching hot yoga in the Capital City since 2003, and has three locations all over town. Pro tip: if you’ve got your own hot space, this studio offers free virtual classes.

YTX Yoga, 206 E. 4th St.
Try out one of the many class options, including power flow, drop-in classes, free community classes, and yoga for strength done with weights.

Three women doing downward dog.

Stretch it out with a group or join a book club with Austin Yoga Tree.

Photo courtesy @austin_yoga_tree

If you want a mix of fitness options

Austin Yoga Tree, 10401 Anderson Mill Rd., Ste. 105B
Dig deep into eight different kinds of yoga in person or virtually at this North Austin studio. Pro tip: get unlimited yoga for $7 your first week at the studio.

Monsoon Dance, 8650 Spicewood Springs Rd., Ste. 118
This one-of-a-kind studio teaches yoga, Bollywood dance, and choreography classes for both adults and kids.

My Vinyasa Practice, 109 Jacob Fontaine Lane, Ste. 800
This donation-based yoga studio offers yoga therapy, in-person + virtual classes, workshops, and teacher training.

A group lays on the ground with blankets over them.

Kundalini yoga classes with Flow Yoga Texas will make you feel as snug as a bug in a rug.

Photo courtesy @flowyogatx

If you prefer personal training

Austin Private Yoga, location based on booking
Take a private session tailored to your needs, book a class for the office or a bachelorette party, or bring some calm to your next family gathering.

Crux Climbing Center, multiple locations
Take one of Crux’s daily group yoga sessions, or pick your favorite instructor to target what your body needs.

Wild Heart Yoga, 5604 Bee Caves Rd.
This studio caters to every yogi’s needs, offering public and private, indoor and outdoor classes, full moon yoga, and retreats. New students can get 10 days of yoga for $10.

A group doing lunges at Waterloo Park.

Let’s be real, outdoor yoga in Austin summer is as hot as it gets.

Photo courtesy @waterloogreenway

Always free options

Swift Fit Events, multiple locations
These free, in-person classes happen multiple times per week Downtown with the goal to build community — just RSVP. Swift Fit also hosts a fitness boot camp and dance cardio.

Yoga with Adriene, virtual
Austinite Adriene Mishler has been helping folks find what feels good online for more than a decade. Pro tip: try one of Adriene’s 30-day yoga challenges to really connect with your mat.

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