If you’re looking to get into yoga as a beginner or find a new go-to spot to practice even if you’re an experienced Yogi, Toronto has plenty of yoga studios to go around, for all levels of experience! Yoga has a variety of physical benefits including improved flexibility and strength as well as mental benefits like stress release. We’ve rounded up some of the best Yoga studios in Toronto so you can get your stretch on with the best instructors and vibes!
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This community-based yoga studio offers a variety of different classes including $15 Beginner Yoga, Hot Flow, and Restorative + Gentle Yoga to name a few. Union Yoga + Wellness studio is based on Bloor Street West, but they also offer online class options so you can enjoy a class wherever you are!
If you love a little music while you get your sweat on, Chi Junky might just be the yoga studio for you! Every class has music involved, from heavy beats to keep you moving to slower music to help soothe. You can opt to go class-by-class or buy a membership if you end up loving it! Not experienced? No problem. The expert yoga instructors provide modifications as needed for any class.
BeHot Yoga of course offers hot yoga classes, as implied in the name, but that’s not all! They also offer Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, and HOT-HiiT Pilates! They have 2 yoga rooms. One heated at 40 degrees for Original Hot Yoga and one kept at 30-34 degrees for a comfortable, warm yoga experience. The studio has a variety of class rate options and they even offer what they call an “Energy Exchange”, where you can help out for 2-3 hours a week, cleaning the studio for a great deal on unlimited yoga classes.
At Sweat and Tonic, it’s not just about fitness, it’s about the vibes. Aside from its Vinyasa Flow, Hot HIIT, and Yin & Calm yoga classes, once you’re done breaking a sweat you can cool down with a tonic at their bar, enjoy a coffee at their café, or simply chill in one of the lounge spaces. Check out all Sweat and Tonic’s packages/pricing here.
Downward Dog Yoga has been up and running for more than 23 years! Whether you’re a beginner or more advanced, they offer quality yoga instruction in classes for all levels. From Vinyasa and Pilates to Meditation and Restorative Yoga, Downward Dog has it all. They also offer virtual classes via live stream through Zoom, in case you can’t make it into the studio!
With 3 locations in Toronto, Yoga Tree is a great yoga studio to try out! Still don’t see a location near you? Don’t sweat it. They also offer virtual classes at a discounted rate. Step outside of Toronto’s hustle and bustle to wind down with some yoga. They offer an extensive class range including Hot Yoga, Yin Yoga, Hatha Flow, and Restorative – suiting all your yoga needs.
Moda Yoga has a ton of locations within Canada, including a few in Toronto! Every Moda Studio is guided by 6 pillars; being healthy, accessible, green, community, live to learn, and peace. Moda Yoga as a wide variety of classes for beginners to advanced students, based on the therapeutic and traditional teachings of yoga. The classes are designed to be fun, accessible, and challenging – and are all held in heated rooms!
This community-based yoga studio is located in the heart of the Annex in Toronto! Kula Yoga offers both online and studio classes, for a variety of yoga types! If you just want to indulge in some great yoga with great people without all the extra stuff, check out Kula Yoga!
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