10 San Antonio yoga studios to breathe new life into your practice
You're a yogi. You're not a yogi. What is a yogi? Don't worry your limber or non-limber selves about it, we've taken the guess work out of it with a look at 10 San Antonio yoga studios to try.
The best thing about yoga is it's all about you and the way your body moves. There's never really a beginner, and yogis are enlightened, and therefore very helpful, whether or not you can touch your toes.
How advanced you want your practice to be is up to you and you alone. Here are 10 places to get on a mat and become more centered and unplugged — even if it’s only for a little while. Namaste.
5 Points Local
Part yoga studio and part restaurant, we love coming here to nourish our mind and body. They have various classes, ranging from power yoga to vinyasa, and you can grab a bite after.
AC Power Yoga
Their motto is plug into yourself, and this yoga studio — San Antonio's all power yoga spot — has it right. Now is the time to focus on yourself, and what better way than a yoga journey.
InBalance San Antonio
Yoga, Pilates, barre, and dance, this studio is what you need to put it all in harmony. They have workshops and even a retreat you can sign up for if you’re so inclined.
Exactly. On-the-go and fabulous. Imagine yoga wherever you want, and they can be there. This "nomadic" studio offers rotating schedules and spaces for the adventure seeker.
In the heart of Southtown is a great studio that's edgy with a dash of zen. There are vinyasa, ashtanga, and kids' classes available.
Synergy Studio at Pearl
They literally have it all — aerial yoga, chair yoga, yoga for athletes. From beginner classes to the more advanced, Synergy has a sprinkling of all the in-between, taught by patient and thoughtful instructors.
Total Harmony Yoga
They absolutely know what they’re doing. We loved the vibe, and the teacher was very patient with our non-yoga perfection, course-correcting us along the way.
Two Hearts Yoga Studio
With a hearty schedule, this is a recommendable place. They have fundamentals classes which make beginners feel great and advanced yogi classes for the progressive.
The Union Yoga + Strength
This studio's hot yoga class follows the 26-posture Bikram series — there's a 90-minute class and a 60-minute abridged offering. Or, spring for a 60-minute power yoga class — also heated — where you'll work hard, sweat, and develop core strength.
Located in Stone Oak, this studio focuses on the ashtanga yoga series, with all classes offered at a variety of levels, from beginner to advanced.