Breathe in. Breathe out. It’s going to be okay.
We know looking for a new yoga studio can be stressful. Whether you moved or were ousted because your vinyasa just wasn’t deep enough, trying to find a new studio that takes you to that quiet place can be stressful. That’s why we’re here.
So just pop a quick sukhasana and prepared to be amazed. We’re going through the top 8 downtown yoga studios in Pittsburgh, so you can find tranquility among the mean streets of the Steel City.
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An Outdoor Yoga Oasis in Downtown Pittsburgh
100 7th St
Looking for an oasis in Downtown, Pittsburgh?
We’ve found it right here at Inhale Pittsburgh. With yoga classes for every level taught by dedicated and knowledgeable instructors, there’s room for everyone in this downtown yoga studio. And with a number of different packages and specials available, there’s room for every budget too.
Yoga, Light Therapy, and Salt Chambers, oh my
222 Boulevard Of The Allies
Mon-Fri 7AM-9AM; 4PM-6PM
Looking for the full package? Looking for a place that’s really going to put your body right?
Well, you’ve found it with Illume Pittsburgh. Yes, they do yoga. Really good yoga.
With both group and private classes available with a dedicated team of instructors, their yoga is some good yoga. They also do a lot more. There’s a full conditioning gym on site as well as meditation pods, red light therapy, compression therapy, a salt chamber, and, crucially, a massage parlor.
If you leave this place not totally relaxed and feeling right, you’re doing it wrong.
The Perfect Balance of High and Low Intensity Workouts
208 Federal St
Looking for your yoga to do more than calm you?
Then you might be looking for the power yoga practices at Urban Elements. If you’re looking for a fitness revolution, this is the place for you. With a number of different fitness packages include cycling (with one of their certified cycologists), pilates and of course, yoga.
If you’re looking for someplace to transform both mind and body, you’ve found it.
Enjoy Outdoor Yoga Floating on the Rivers of Pittsburgh
100 7th St
If you’re looking for something different, this sure is it.
A great way to shake up the average yoga experience, Fluid Motion is the only place to go in Pittsburgh for BOGA Yoga. Don’t worry. We didn’t know what it was either. What they’re offering is this: tranquil, outdoor yoga studios that float serenely on the water.
Choose between BOGA (at their pool) or SUP (on the water).
BOGA uses special floating mats sort of like reinforced pool floaties, while SUP has you saluting the sun on a standing paddle board. From what we hear, it’s much harder than your average yoga class, but it’s sure to be an amazing experience. The motion of the water only adds to the class, and the constant need to adjust your weight to the changing surface of the water has some serious meditative benefits.
Escape the Hustle and Bustle of Downtown in This Relaxing Pittsburgh Yoga Studio
1113 E Carson St
Looking to get back to the roots of yoga? Feel like yoga as a philosophy has become too mainstream?
Well it hasn’t here. At BYS Yoga they’re all about what yoga is all about.
A collectively owned studio located in Pittsburgh’s South Side, this studio is close to the Downtown area but out of the way enough to really take you away from the rush.
They advertise their classes as non-heated, accessible, cooperative, and uplifting, getting back to what yoga is all about.
Perfect for Yoga Beginners and Aspiring Yoga Teachers Alike
1506 E Carson St
Another studio just outside the Downtown in South Side, this East Carson studio is going to be your new home away from home.
A perfect oasis away from the hustle of downtown, Amazing Yoga is just that, amazing. If you’re looking for something special, this is the spot.
And if you’re looking to further your yoga journey this is also the place. That’s because Amazing Yoga offers retreats to train you to become your own yoga teacher. Well, and other people’s teacher. The perfect opportunity to yoga goers looking to take that next step!
Tranquility and Holistic Wellness in Downtown Pittsburgh
393 Vanadium Rd
Yoga classes for all experience levels. Check.
Yoga classes for prospective teachers. Check.
Holistic wellness center. Check.
A crystal cave? Check.
Belly dancing! Check!
Is there anything we forgot? Is there anything else you could possibly need in one place?
A short drive from Downtown Pittsburgh the Sterling Yoga and Wellness Center is truly a get away for the yoga goer trying to find tranquility. With a calendar full of events and community outreach programs to get involved in, you’re going to be spending all you spare time at Sterling for sure!
Prenatal Yoga and Support for Expectant Mothers in Pittsburgh
360 Broadmoor Ave
Sun, Mon, Fri Closed
Tue 10AM-10:45AM; 4:45PM-5:45PM; 6:30PM-8PM
Sat 9AM-10:15AM; 10:45AM-11:45AM
With a focus on prenatal yoga, the Yoga Whole is the perfect spot for expecting yoga goers.
A little out of the way for the average Downtowner, but the Yoga Whole also offers Doula services that service the entire Pittsburgh area, and are there for you every step of the way.
Downtown Pittsburgh is full of yoga studios sure to help anyone-- from first-time yoga-goers to yoga gurus-- advance their practice. Did your favorite make the list?