Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, the City of Oaks has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 20 yoga studios around Raleigh.
If you’re just getting started
Bliss Body Yoga, 4035 Lake Boone Trail, Ste. 111
This accepting, safe studio offers intro passes for new yogis beginning their practice. Plus, take a six-week beginner series of classes to learn the ropes of yoga.
blue lotus, virtual
Start your practice off right with a series of beginner yoga videos from this studio. Try yoga nidra for a refreshing and comforting session, deep stretch to relax, or guided meditation for your mind, not your body. This studio is totally virtual, so there’s no need to leave the house, but you can still interact with a local yoga teacher live.
CorePower, locations vary
New yoga practicioners can join First Timer Fridays to ease into their practice. Once you’ve mastered the basics, try a variety of yoga styles at three locations in Raleigh + Cary.
Oak City Yoga, 301 N. West St., Ste. 109
Oak City Yoga just moved into its new space after just offering pop-up events. New students can take advantage of two weeks of unlimited classes for $20. When your flow is over, shop the streetwear and cannabis products offered here.
Yoga Inspired, 7713 Lead Mine Rd., Ste. 3
Ease into your new yoga practice with a month of classes for $52, or take advantage of aerial yoga classes for a unique experience.
If you want to connect with community
Current Wellness, 219 S. East St.
In addition to yoga instruction, this wellness center offers a teaching kitchen for food education, and coworking spaces for wellness practitioners. This highly inclusive space is meant for anyone to get connected with their body and mind.
DOSE Yoga + Smoothie Bar, 415 N. Harrington St.
After your mellow flow, CBD massage session, or hip-hop class, sit back with your classmates and enjoy a smoothie, wellness drink, or fancy toast up front. This studio also offers luxurious retreats with meditation, yoga, and breathwork workshops alongside hikes and other wellness activities.
YogaSix, 621 Hillsborough St., Ste. 103
This studio regularly offers communal events outside at Bloc with a complimentary 321 Coffee beverage afterward. Regular classes are full sensory experiences with warm to hot studios, surround sound, and vibey lighting.
Yoga Soullective, 309 1/2 W. Martin St.
This loft space in the Warehouse District provides an industrial + serene environment to get your flow on. Yoga Soullective also offers high-end international yoga retreats with cultural experiences, all expenses paid.
If you’re looking to sweat
110 Hot Yoga, 444 S. Blount St., Ste. 110
Leave it all on the mat with classes ranging from 90° to 105° or use foam rollers to recover and feel more mobile. Plus, visit the studio in Durham to vary your routine.
Gratitude Hot Yoga Center, 6909 Glenwood Ave., Ste. 108
Make sure to come hydrated to these hot yoga classes. This studio also offers two-hour sound bath experiences and donation-based classes open to the entire community.
Indigo Hot Yoga & Wellness Center, 1028 Oberlin Rd., Ste. 244
This studio is a great introduction to hot yoga and a way to hone your skills on the mat. And yoga isn’t just for the ladies — Indigo also has a large male student population.
Midtown Yoga, 200 Park at N. Hills St., Ste. 111
Midtown yoga offers flows with a focus on unwinding, core exercise, strength, and connecting with yourself. Plus, try hot and warm sessions for an added boost.
The Sweat Lab, 5504 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd., Ste. 201, Durham
In addition to a challenging slate of barre, Pilates, and cycling, condition your core with strengthening + restoring poses in the studio’s power yoga class.
YoBa Studio, 5003 Falls of Neuse Rd., Ste. G
If you’re getting tired of your same-old workout routine, try YoBa, a combination of yoga, barre, strength, and cardio, all in one class. This studio will open a second location in the Raleigh Iron Works development in 2024 at 2201 Iron Works Dr., Ste. 105.
If you’re looking for something a little different
Arrichion, 8606 Jersey Ct.
Arrichion’s challenging classes vary from a fundamental hot yoga flow to the Tiger’s Eye, a class with half yoga, half circuit training, or MMA yoga with weights and elements of mixed martial arts.
Barre-Up, 4224 Beryl Rd., Ste. A
Join this studio for a variety of yoga practices, including cardio dance-infused sessions, still and passive classes, and upbeat weights-based yoga.
Cirque de Vol, 300 W. Hargett St., Ste. 40
Try aerial and hybrid yoga to shake up your usual flow. While you’re at this unique studio, give Capoeira and aerial arts a try.
GLOW Fitness, 1924 Wake Forest Rd.
This high-energy studio offers relaxing yoga and sound healing along with barre, dance cardio, powerlifting, and so much more in a colorful space.
Iyengar Yoga Center of Raleigh, 613 W. Morgan St.
This studio is one of the few in NC — and only in Raleigh — with Iyengar certification, a practice focused on the precise alignment of yoga poses.