Best Yoga Studios in Bloomington, Indiana

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Bloomington is a fantastic place to live if you love fitness and staying active. With miles of bike trails and acres of parks and forests, there’s no limit to outdoor adventures that can keep your fit and healthy. Bloomington is also home to a variety of yoga studios, perfect for beginners, recreational yogis, and fitness gurus. Here are eight of the best worth exploring in this college town.

Vibe Yoga Studio

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Vibe Yoga Studio is an excellent choice for aspiring yogis and those well-trained in this ancient form of exercise and well-being. They offer flexible class schedules with a drop-in policy that allows you to attend class as you please, rather than being constricted to a strict schedule. They also offer custom classes for one-on-one and more intense group training sessions, as well as training sessions. They also provide community outreach options to help better serve the Bloomington area. Their hours vary, so check their class schedule for the most up to date information.

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Know Yoga Know Peace

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This popular yoga studio offers a variety of yoga classes and styles for beginners and advanced yogis. Enjoy bikram (hot-ghosh), ghosh hatha, vinyasa, hatha flow, beginner basics, and other specialized classes. They also offer a $30 trial for 21 consecutive days of yoga, allowing you to try out this studio, before committing. Sundays are also great days to stop by, with $5 yoga classes available.

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Yoga Mala

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This popular yoga studio is perfect for beginners, offering a variety of classes suitable for different physical fitness levels. Start out with yin yoga (the least strenuous), gentle yoga, amrit yoga, all levels vinyasa, or ashtanga basics (the most strenuous). Classes are offered on a drop-in basis, so you can attend or pause, as needed, to fit your lifestyle.

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Ekah Yoga

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This unique yoga studio was designed with yoga teachers or true yoga lovers in mind. Ekah Yoga strives to provide a safe and encouraging space for yogis to grow together and learn together. Beginners or aspiring yogis will also find a variety of helpful classes to learn from, including: hatha, vinyasa, kundalini, heated yoga, meditation, and more. Ekah Yoga also offers workshops and yoga retreats throughout the year.

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Gentle Heart Yoga & Wellness

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This yoga studio is perfect for anyone feeling run down, stressed, or too overwhelmed by their busy lives. Gentle Heart offers a yoga experience that can help anyone instantly feel more peaceful, calm, and attuned to their bodies. Marketed as a “luscious two-hour retreat from your ‘too busy’ life,” this studio offers a variety of mini-retreats focusing on mindfulness, wellness, and self-care. This studio doesn’t have regular yoga hours, but check their website for full retreat offerings.

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Wild Orchid Aerial Fitness & Dance

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Are you looking for a more specialized form of yoga? Wild Orchid Aerial Fitness & Dance offers aerial yoga classes designed to help strengthen and stretch the body, while improving your core, boosting circulation, helping digestion, and elevating your mood. This total-body yoga workout is perfect for yogis of all levels. Wild Orchid also offers pole and lyra classes and provides private sessions, couples classes, and yoga parties. Hours of operation vary, so check their class schedule for the most up-to-date information.

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Bloomington Body Bar

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This downtown gym provides a variety of popular health and fitness classes, including yoga. The two main forms of yoga offered here are vinyasa (great for increasing heart rate) and sacred body yoga/chakra flow (a gentler form, perfect for beginners). You can bring your own yoga mat or borrow one of the gym’s if you don’t have one yet. Most classes are barefoot, so be sure to wear clean shoes to keep your feet, and everyone else’s protected. Be sure to view their class schedule for a full list of studio openings and hours.

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