Located right in downtown Boston, Health Yoga Life offers a range of classes for all abilities. Try out hot yoga, or go for the “Restore ‘n Restart” to pour energy into your body. The studio also allows patrons to track their attendance and points for discounts.
Health Yoga Life, 12 Temple St, Boston, MA, USA, +1 857 350 4124
YogaWorks offers not only traditional Vinyasa yoga but also unique options like Hip Hop Yoga and Black Light Yoga. Try something new, or take one of their more advanced lessons. They also offer partner classes so that you can test your strength in a fun workshop.
YogaWorks Back Bay, 364 Boylston St., Boston, MA, USA, +1 617 375 9642
Sadhana Yoga Boston offers candlelit yoga as well as prenatal yoga and Vinyasa. Try out the Core Flow to build up your balance and abs, or go for a Fundamentals class to relearn the basics to build a solid foundation.
Sadhana Yoga Boston, 15 Worcester St., Boston, MA, USA, +1 617 536 9642
Created to evolve with the changing science of fitness, Swet Studio offers aerial yoga as well as meditation and rowing. The studio’s classes are scalable to all levels, so you never have to worry about your ability – instructors will help you modify and learn!
Swet Studio, 489 Tremont Street, Boston, MA, USA, +1 617 670 0631
Prana Power Yoga studio will build up your body’s strength in heated classes. All studios are heated to 90–95 degrees Fahrenheit (32.2–35 degrees Celsius) so that your body can relax and work. None of Prana Power’s studios have mirrors because they want you to focus on your internal vision of yourself. Try out the Prana to Music class or choose one based on your ability – you’ll always have an instructor nearby to help assist you.
Prana Power Yoga, 585 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA, USA, +1 617 441 9642