Here are the top yoga studios in DFW that offer all of that and a sanctuary to get your zen on.
For nearly 20 years, Arlington Yoga Center has been serving up a variety of non-heated classes to the Arlington community. Located two miles from AT&T Cowboys Stadium, this studio offers a casual environment, open to all levels.
Sumits Hot Yoga brings the heat. The instructors here are fun-loving and always have the best playlists to keep you grooving as you sweat your worries away. Make time to enjoy the spa-like showers and bathrooms after class.
With three locations in Dallas, (Lovers Lane, Lakewood and Cedar Springs) We Yogis believes in yoga for all and delivers a variety of adults and kids yoga classes. The studios are modern and clean, making you feel comfortable the moment you walk in.
Located off Preston Road, The Mat is a cozy and inviting local studio that encourages you to move, awaken and transform in a non-competitive environment. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or a novice, you’ll find a class here that will leave you rejuvenated and empowered.
If you’re looking for a truly local yoga experience, stop by one of Karma Yoga Denton’s classes. They practice at local small businesses and breweries or outside on the Denton Square, and their classes range from free to $5. Best part? They give back to local charities, so you can feel good about your practice on and off the mat.
Just a hop, skip and a jump from the Historic Denton Square, Authentic Yoga Life is the perfect place to wind down after a day of exploring downtown Denton. Even if it’s your first time coming into the studio, their inviting atmosphere and welcoming community will make you feel like you’ve been practicing there for years.
There’s a reason community is part of the name. From the moment you walk in, you’ll feel welcomed and at home. Full disclosure: This is where I have the privilege of teaching five classes a week, and I love meeting out-of-town yogis, so be sure to say hi! After class, grab a juice or light bite down the street at Righteous Foods.
Located in the up-and-coming Near Southside district of Fort Worth, this place is as local as it gets. With a community garden out front and the kindest husband and wife owners, 3Tree offers a variety of alignment-based classes set to music. After class, pop into the salon next door to refresh your hair style or grab a bite along nearby Magnolia Avenue.
Blue Anjou Yoga and Meditation Center is located in the charming town of Lewisville. Pop in for a variety of classes catered to newbies or advanced yogis. For a free class, check out their “Yoga in the Plaza” events offered Wednesday nights during the summer.
For nearly a decade, Divine Center of Yoga has offered healing arts including massage, energy medicine and reiki as well as yoga classes suitable for all levels. You’ll find them right on the border of Keller and Southlake.
When I reached out to the local yoga community for their favorite studios, Indra’s Grace had an overwhelming response of positive reviews. Just west of Fort Worth, this small but growing studio specializes in healing styles of yoga including breath work and meditation for inner peace.
If you’re new to yoga, I know how intimidating your first visit to a studio can be. No worries! Do some research beforehand to select a beginner-friendly or all-levels class, (most studios offer class descriptions on their websites) and be sure to let your instructor know your experience in addition to any injuries or issues. Namaste.
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