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The Best Yoga Spots In Toronto

The Best Yoga Spots In Toronto

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Updated: 8 December 2016
Toronto has plenty of fitness options, but sometimes you just need a good stretch in the hot yoga room to sweat out some of those toxins from the weekend or a nice relaxing flow class to calm down after a stressful day in the office. Whether you want to zen out for an hour or you’re looking for a new class, here are our top yoga studios to help you get your fix.

Kula Yoga

Located in the heart of the Annex, Kula Yoga offers a little something for everyone, from basic flow classes to more intense hot core classes. Kula Yoga keeps its doors open late so that students can choose an alternative to the bar scene and is a favorite for those who need a late-night yoga fix. This studio also offers a variety of $8 community classes so that everyone can try out the studio no matter what their budget.

Octopus Garden Yoga

This yoga and health center is a great place for any yoga student to drop in and take a class. Open daily with their first classes starting at 7 AM and wrapping up at 9 PM, Octopus Garden offers a wide variety of classes from the absolute beginner to advanced students looking to become instructors. With an onsite Urban Herbivore Café, it’s easy to spend an hour or two taking a class then grabbing one of their delicious bites to eat. This studio also offers retreats throughout the year plus an onsite health clinic.

Yoga Tree

For those looking to get their yoga fix downtown, Yoga Tree at Richmond and Spadina is the place to go. This studio features two bright spaces with cork floors as well as a relaxing atmosphere in the heart of the busy Fashion District. This studio also has a reduced heat option, so those who like hot yoga — but not quite so hot — will quickly find a new favorite post work hangout. Enjoy the complimentary tea and filtered water before class, and don’t worry about bringing a lock, they have self-locking lockers onsite.

Moksha Yoga Uptown

Looking for something a little bit different than your usual flow yoga? Then Moksha Yoga Uptown is the place for you to get your fix. While they still offer the usual hot, flow and Yin classes, this studio also features live music classes, ‘jock yoga,’ which focuses on strength and endurance and Pilates. Looking to relax after a hard class? Moksha Yoga Uptown also has RMT’s onsite to help work out some of those more difficult knots.

Union Yoga + Wellness

Offering over 50 classes per week Union Yoga + Wellness is an excellent studio for you to find the right kind of yoga for your body. Offering both hot classes that range from 34 – 35 degrees Celsius and warm classes that are a bit cooler, this studio has classes for the absolute beginner to the much more advanced. Union Yoga + Wellness also offers kids classes as well as chair classes for those who need to take it a bit easier.