The Best Yoga Studios in Mexico City

You can find bliss in Mexico City if you know where to look
You can find bliss in Mexico City if you know where to look | © Bär Baer/Flickr
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Northern England Writer16 December 2016
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The frenetic nature of Mexico City is both charming and – when you’ve been here a while – a little stressful. Thankfully, the capital is packed with excellent yoga companies offering you the chance to unwind, before you head back into the rush. Here are the top yoga studios in Mexico City.

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AgoraLucis

Yoga Studio

Named one of the top yoga studios in the world by Travel + Leisure, AgoraLucis is an all-in-one health destination. From capoeira and tai chi to massage and yoga, this is the perfect studio for the ambitious yogi who wants to branch out. It’s also in the upscale Polanco neighborhood, home to a swathe of spas, gyms and dining hotspots, should you want a post-class adventure.

O2 Yoga

Yoga Studio
A high-ceilinged studio at O2 yoga, with a living wall, white chandeliers and two speakers
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Originating in Boston, O2 Yoga was brought to Mexico City by Stephany Weingerz and now has two branches in two high-end addresses, Santa Fe and Polanco. If you’re a vinyasa fan, O2 specializes in this dynamic and challenging style. However, there are many other classes if you want to ease yourself into the yoga scene. Refresh yourself pre- or post-class with a pick-me-up from the juice bar.

Green Yoga

Yoga Studio

A range of classes is on the schedule at Green Yoga, which has several branches across Mexico City all offering the same high level of teaching, guidance and services. Their mission is to bring yoga to the masses, so they offer level-based sessions for beginners to advanced pupils. Pay a visit to the Condesa branch and try ashtanga or the intriguing-sounding air yoga.

Power Flow Yoga

Yoga Studio
Power Flow Yoga in Roma Norte is a donation-optional studio. All the equipment is provided, although if you’re not keen on sharing mats with strangers, you can bring your own. The 90-minute classes are perfect for every level from absolute beginners to more advanced yogis and the atmosphere is more than welcoming.

Blanco Yoga

Yoga Studio

The studio walls at Blanco Yoga are appropriately, and rather pleasingly, white, which helps in your pursuit for inner peace at this yoga hotspot in Mexico City. With a wide choice of styles, from dharma and vinyasa to hatha and ashtanga, there’s plenty of choice. They also offer excellent prenatal, antenatal, and mother and baby yoga classes.

Diana Cazadora

Architectural Landmark, Historical Landmark
A bronze statue of Diana the Huntress holding a bow and looking into the distance
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Technically Diana Cazadora is not the name of a Mexico City yoga studio; rather, the one of the most famous landmarks in the capital, and the site of an outdoor yoga class every Sunday at 8.30am. If you’re just passing through the city, and don’t fancy paying large sign-up fees for a traditional studio, then having a go at this open-air yoga class might be the perfect solution. Take your own mat and some water, and enjoy the community spirit.

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