A Review of a Yoga Studio

Yoga studios provide instruction and training in yoga, often as a supplement to other health or fitness classes. They also offer a variety of other services such as massages and acupuncture.

A yoga class blends principles of alignment, breath and meditation with strength training and heat to increase mobility and build strength and flexibility.


YogaWorks is a renowned provider of world-class yoga instruction and a premier teacher training program. Founded in 1987, it’s also the world’s largest online yoga community with more than 1,300 on-demand classes to choose from whenever it’s convenient for you.

It’s also one of the best places to find the right instructor for you. Their certified yoga instructors are trained to bring the best of the best to your mat.

The company specializes in hot yoga, power yoga, slow flow and yoga retreats. Its mission is to make yoga fun, accessible and energizing.

A good yoga studio can help you relax, rejuvenate and boost your productivity in the process. Fortunately, there are a few to choose from in the area. It may be time to take the plunge and try something new. The best place to start is with a YogaWorks All-Access Live + On-Demand Plan for 66 percent off. You’ll get a year of unlimited access to more than 25 daily live streaming classes and over 1,300 on-demand yoga workouts to choose from.

Yoga Six

YOGA Six is an energizing, empowering and fun full sensory yoga experience that helps people connect with their body in a way that’s uplifting, healing and transformational. They offer a range of classes, including hot yoga, slow flow and power yoga.

They also offer a range of hybrid classes, including BarWorks and SculptWorks, which are designed to create long, lean muscles. Their Soho flagship is a sleek space, with feng shui-inspired materials and an inviting community lounge.

Their studios are spacious and have two changing areas, showers and even baby-sitting. In addition, they rent mats and towels to new members who don’t bring their own.

Their teachers are all trained, passionate instructors who make yoga accessible to everyone. They also have a world-class teacher training program.

Yoga & Pilates Studio

Yoga and Pilates are two of the most popular workout formats worldwide. Both exercise the muscles that support the spine, thereby enhancing the body’s flexibility and balance.

Yoga is a holistic fitness format that incorporates physical poses, breathing techniques and meditation. It is believed to reduce mental stress, relieve chronic pain and improve the immune system.

Pure Yoga is located in Trolley Square and offers non-heated classes in hatha yoga, vinyasa and Pilates for beginners through advanced practitioners. Their eco-friendly interior is decorated with bamboo flooring and responsibly harvested tropical hardwoods.

Y6 Hot, a heated practice room, incorporates postures that are synched to the breath, a balancing series and core work. Y6 Power, a high-energy class, also uses a heated practice room and incorporates weight training.

York Yoga

Located in the heart of the UWS, this yoga studio is as well-appointed as they come. There is a full locker room and showers to boot, along with a very large and clean yoga room and seating area. The studio has a reputation for being clean, well-run and staffed by friendly people who know what they’re doing.

This is one of the city’s most popular yogi hangouts and offers an impressive list of classes, from traditional yoga to hot yoga to sculpting. This large and brightly lit studio is also the hub of their community with a full lounge, self-service tea counter and wireless access available to members and non-members alike. The best part? It’s all included in your monthly membership fee!

We’ve tested out all the other major yoga and fitness studios around town and can confidently say this is the winner. Check it out for yourself! The other big hitters include the above mentioned YogaWorks and One Yoga NYC, which have a plethora of introductory and specialized classes.