Minneapolis spring is long, and its days are cold. However, exercise is still necessary. The solution? Cozy yoga studios. Warrior II, meditation, and laughter are the perfect formula for surviving any snowy day. And whether you’re new to the practice or a vinyasa expert, these Minneapolis yoga studios have something for everyone to love.
Focused on body positivity and self-acceptance, Imbue Yoga creates a safe environment for those seeking peace and self-love. The studio welcomes all shapes and sizes and provides a refuge for beginner yogis lacking comfort and confidence in their practice. From slow flows to barre, Imbue’s wide range of classes appeal to any mood or fitness level and offer a mindful escape from the fast pace of city life.
One Yoga is more than a yoga studio. The nonprofit organization provides free yoga classes for communities lacking health and wellness programs throughout Minneapolis. Hosting classes in public schools, prisons, homeless shelters, and more, One Yoga serves nearly 200 individuals annually. Drop by their studio for a vinyasa class or sign up to volunteer with their outreach program; the One Yoga community has abundant opportunities for like-minded and compassionate individuals.
Located in the heart of the trendy Whittier neighborhood, Yess Yoga is a haven within the urban hustle. Enter their soothing, plant-filled studio for classes focused on peace, authenticity, and love. Yess offers healing workshops and women’s circles on a monthly basis, creating opportunities to connect and unite with fellow yogis. Plus, they’re known to host weekend yoga classes at local breweries. IPAs and sun salutations? Count us in.
Ready to sweat? Heart Yoga’s hot flow will leave you glowing and craving more. The small Uptown studio has a homey atmosphere and compassionate staff, welcoming every new student to their yogi family. Heart invites students of all levels, but be prepared because when they say hot yoga, they mean hot. You might need an extra water bottle for this one.
Yoga Sol strives to make yoga accessible to all by providing donation-based classes to the public. Unlike most yoga studios, Yoga Sol doesn’t offer a membership price program. Instead, every class is on a “pay what you can” basis, with a $15 suggested donation. Founded with the core values of passion, wellness, and kindness, Yoga Sol challenges the assumptions of what a yoga studio is, and should be.
Creating a community for new mothers and moms-to-be, Blooma focuses on parental yoga and childbirth education. This multifaceted studio not only supports mothers with wellness services as well as yoga and educational classes but also offers acupuncture, health coaching, and chiropractic care. The best part about Blooma? It isn’t just for the mothers. The studio has a number of BYOB (Bring Your Own Baby) classes. If your little one isn’t feeling up to the exercise, don’t worry—childcare is available during most sessions.