Established in 2008, YogaOne has five studio locations throughout Houston. They offer over 350 classes per week and have both hot yoga and flow-based classes. This state-of-the-art facility is well maintained, and they don’t use carpet in their hot yoga room, which can be quite the draw! The Midtown location also has a full-service juice bar with raw, plant-based, and gluten-free options. YogaOne facilitates a supportive community and open environment dedicated to personal growth and general betterment at a worthwhile price.
YogaOne Studios, 3030 Travis St Suite E, Houston, TX, USA, +1 713 522 0876
For those slightly more advanced yogis looking to up the ante on their workout, look no further than Aerial Yoga Houston. This exciting style will give you serious Cirque du Soleil feelings, so if you’re looking to try something daring and different, this is it! Make a reservation and get there early to scope out a spot up front, while weekday classes tend to offer more one-on-one assistance. They also offer private parties, making this a great place for bachelorettes and birthdays alike.
Named one of the best yoga studios in the city, Joy Yoga Studio boasts top teachers and a varied schedule. They have traditional flow classes, insanity yoga, power Pilates, yoga for runners, acro-yoga, and prenatal yoga, just to name a few, giving you the flexibility to explore all styles. If you’re looking for a truly relaxing experience, try their candlelight class. All of their classes are rated by intensity levels on their website, so be sure to check that out before you sign up.
Owned by Melody Morton, this studio offers top-of-the-line Pilates, with proper equipment guaranteed to give you an intense burn. Try the Ballet Barre Sculpt and Stretch classes, or their Reformer classes. With ample parking and small class sizes (reserve your spot online), this studio has a very personal feel, where the teachers and students are on a first name basis. All you need to bring is yourself because The Good Space has mats, towels and water available for no additional cost.
With several locations around Houston, Hot Yoga is an intense but extremely beneficial style of yoga. The room is heated to around 105 degrees. The class begins with a standing series lasting one hour, followed by a floor series for 30 minutes; the 26 postures are repeated twice. Recently, they have also begun offering a one hour option, perfect for during your lunch break. Hot Yoga is generally a strict form of practice, where water breaks are limited. But if you can stand the heat, get ready to sweat out all of those toxins!