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11 Top Yoga Studios in Vienna

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Updated: 13 September 2017
Keep your limbs limber and perfect your downward-facing dog pose at these 11 wonderful yoga studios in Austria’s capital. From the deep heat of Bikram to the strengthening poses of Hatha, there’s a style and a studio to suit everyone.

Amazing Yoga Vienna

This studio is located in the rustic setting of a disused coachman’s garage, offering a tranquil space for undisturbed sessions. Using rooms heated at 26 °C temperature (78 °F), Amazing Yoga offers a range of classes, including Hatha and Vinyasa Flow, and special classes for children and the elderly. Check out their website for more information.

Amazing Yoga Vienna, Diefenbachgasse 54A, Wien, Austria, +43 650 561 5760

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Bikram Yoga College

Another champion of hot yoga, this studio is expertly kitted out with “beautiful, light-flooded rooms” with oiled, wooden floors for practicing inside, and numerous showers for the sweaty aftermath. As well as Bikram, the college also offers basic Hatha yoga classes, Flow yoga and Restorative yoga.

Bikram Yoga College, Neubaugürtel 47/5, Wien, Austria, +43 664 545 2960

Yogaschule Bhavani

A multi-lingual school with classes in German, English and Bulgarian. The school offers courses in Satyananda yoga, a style developed by Swami Satyananda Saraswati that explores self-knowledge and self-realization.

Yogaschule Bhavani, Florianigasse 29, Wien, Austria, +43 699 1175 6117

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Yogaloft Vienna

Bikram yoga is all the rage these days. It’s a challenging style that involves practicing your moves in a humid, high-temperature room. The benefits range from increased flexibility to low risk of injury. Yogaloft, a well-established studio in the 4th district, also offers Bikram, with 90-minute sessions in 40 °C temperature (104 °F). For those wanting to push themselves even further, there is a Yin yoga class: an intense form that combines knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine with Hatha yoga.

Yogaloft Vienna, Wiedner Hauptstraße 78, Wien, Austria, +43 676 909 3119

A class at Yogaloft | © Yogaloft Vienna

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Self-Responsibility Yoga Workshop

A modern and well-established school offering a range of courses, retreats and workshops. Various special events are offered throughout the year, as well as Qi Gong yoga and meditations courses.

Self-Responsibility Yoga Workshop, Neubaugasse 44/2/12, Wien, Austria, +43 650 591 1648

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Anastasia Stoyannides Hatha Yoga

Originally from Greece, Anastasia set up her studio in Vienna in 1992 and has been teaching for almost 30 years. Offering classes in both German and English, she approaches Hatha yoga as “focusing on a profound and honest way of practicing as an inspiration for students and yoga teachers to trust the beauty of their existence and to unfold towards a refined state of self-reliance and inner silence.” Annual retreats to Spain and Greece are also available.

Anastasia Stoyannides | Hatha Yoga | Yogastudio, Halbgasse 25, Wien, Austria, +43 699 1065 4515

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YogaKula

YogaKula suggests we perceive the practice of yoga as equally important to everyday tasks. “Just like your daily shower and clean teeth, your body craves exercise after a long day of work.” As well as a regular weekly schedule, YogaKula offers retreats around the country for those who want to gain an in-depth knowledge of yoga.

YogaKula, Bösendorferstraße 9, Wien, Austria, +43 504 64 15

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ONE Yoga

This lively studio, located in the hip 7th district of Neubau, is decked out with spacious, bright studios with mirror-covered walls and polished parquet floors. Lockers and showers are available for all to use.

ONE Yoga, Lindengasse 38, Wien, Austria, +43 681 8148 6981

The parquet flooring of the studio | © ONE Yoga

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Sivananda Yoga Vedanta

Sivananda is another school that welcomes beginners, offering new, four-week courses starting every week. Retreats and yoga holidays in the great outdoors are also available.

Sivananda Yoga Vedanta, Prinz Eugen-Straße 18, Wien, Austria,

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Yogamelange

Yogamelange has a diverse timetable with various styles to suit everyone. Their basic course is a set of five classes, each two hours long, where you will learn the basic principles of Ashtanga yoga.

Yogamelange, Thaliastraße 2, Wien, Austria, +43 6

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Bali Yoga

Perfect for those unacquainted with yoga, this studio offers a series of beginner’s classes, alongside courses for the most experienced yoga fans. The two studios in the school are well-equipped with all the necessary gear, including mats, yoga sticks, yoga blankets, fans for keeping you cool, and yoga chairs. A juice bar and café are available for post-class restoration and hydration.

Bali Yoga, Gußhausstraße 2, Wien, Austria, +43