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The Best Yoga Studios in Charlotte, North Carolina

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Updated: 22 February 2018

Choosing the right yoga studio can be daunting, especially when Charlotte has dozens from which to choose. So, whether you want to stay in your neighborhood, find a yoga place near that brunch spot you want to try, or attempt a new style of yoga, read this list of the best yoga studios in Charlotte to help you decide which one fits your needs best.

Yoga One

Funky best describes the brightly painted, “designed to get your sweat on” Yoga One studios. Popular flow classes quickly fill up during peak times even though they have two locations, Central and Dilworth, which offer more than 70 classes per week. Hot yoga classes are also available here.

Yoga One, 1318 Central Avenue D2, Charlotte, NC, USA+1 704 332 9911

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Y2 Yoga

This hot yoga studio employs some of Charlotte’s favorite instructors, earning six of the 23 top teacher spots by Charlotte Agenda. The weekly schedule includes over 100 classes, including their signature Y2 Yoga single and double shot classes of 14 standard postures, fast-paced flow classes, and Twilight classes with dimmed lights and mellow intensity. They also have on-site childcare for participating yogis.

Y2 Yoga, 274 S Sharon Amity Road #1, Charlotte, NC, USA+1 704 456 9642

NoDa Yoga

At NoDa Yoga, they focus on offering “a variety of upbeat styles of yoga with a focus on Gentle Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Slow Flow, [and] Chair Yoga Workshops.” The schedule includes both hot (95+ degrees [35°C]) and warm (up to 85 degrees [29°C]) classes, and partnerships with a Thai Yoga Therapy instructor and a massage therapist mean you can enjoy these services on-site as well.

NoDa Yoga, 3201 N Davidson Street, Charlotte, NC, USA, +1 704 560 6144

The Yoga Center

Charlotte’s first yoga studio wants to be your go-to place for Iyengar yoga, a form of Hatha yoga emphasizing alignment. They share 8th Street Studio with North Carolina’s certifying center for Romana’s Pilates, Pilates Body Shaping. It’s best for students who can complete their six-week introduction series unless already well versed in the Iyengar method.

8th Street Studio, 1940 E 8th Street, Charlotte, NC, USA, +1 704 372 4289

Charlotte Yoga

Many of the city’s top instructors also choose to teach out of either Charlotte Yoga’s Park Towne or South End location. Classes start at 5:30 am and end at 8 pm, so no matter your schedule, you can find something to fit your life. Be aware that peak times and popular classes can get jam-packed, and most classes are hot.

Charlotte Yoga, 1430 Winnifred Street, Charlotte, NC, USA, +1 980 335 1136

The Yoga Oasis

Another studio in which to try Hatha yoga is The Yoga Oasis, which has moved away from a hot-focused class schedule so that yogis can work on generating their own heat through traditional sequences. Many loyal students have been practicing here for all or most of their 16 years in business.

The Yoga Oasis, 5200 Park Road #200, Charlotte, NC, USA  


Head to Enlighten for your Bikram or hot yoga fix with over 65 classes offered every week. They also feature performance yoga classes that cater to athletes, runners, and cyclists, and attendees often appreciate the diversity of the classes offered here. 

Enlighten, 9852 Rea Road D2, Charlotte, NC, USA+1 704 543 8000

Yoga Shala

One instructor, two classes—that’s all that Yoga Shala offers. Attend the Sunday morning devotional class from 10–11:30 am for an asana practice that ends with 15 minutes of meditation or the Wednesday evening tantra vinyasa ParaYoga® class, meaning an emphasis on stillness and breathing exercises.

Yoga Shala, 2205 Park Road, Charlotte, NC, USA+1 980 272 8730