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Whether you’re into vinyasa or hatha, or you’re looking for a beginner class to learn your downward dog from your warrior pose, Prague has a yoga studio for you. While the capital of the Czech Republic might not be immediately synonymous with this most ancient of Indian art forms, the variety of addresses on offer begs the opposite – here’s our round-up of the best in town.
Yoga Prague is led by two experienced instructors with a long list of credentials. Indian native Aruna Singhvi has been practicing yoga since she was a child, and has been teaching it for over 30 years. Jiří Čumpelík, who also studied in India, combines the practice of yoga with kinesiology principles and meditation. Classes are held in a large and airy studio, and students can choose to have individual lessons to address special concerns. Otherwise, the studio offers group traditional hatha yoga classes, as well as pre-natal classes.
Soukenická 1197/7, Praha 1-Nové Město, Czech Republic, +420 607 506 673
This is an eclectic studio that offers several types of yoga, including dynamic ashtanga vinyasa, traditional ashtanga mysore, hatha yoga and vinyasa yoga. Both group and private classes are available. In addition to traditional classes, Yoga Space also offers workshops and drop-in classes, a rarity in Prague as most classes require advanced registration.
Politických vězňů 911/8, Praha 1-Nové Město, Czech Republic, +420 776 678 999
Vinohrady Yoga House offers a nice mix of hot yoga, vinyasa flow yoga, the more modern power yoga and special classes of yoga for seniors, yoga for women, and yoga for a healthy back. They also offer a unique class called yogalates, which combines the principles of yoga and Pilates and focuses on strengthening the core and spine.