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Flow at these 20 Asheville yoga studios

Check out these yoga studios around the Land of the Sky, which offer beginner classes, memberships, hot yoga, and more.

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Strike a pose at West Asheville Yoga.

Photo via West Asheville Yoga

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, our city has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 20 yoga studios around Asheville.

If you’re just getting started

Asheville Community Yoga, 8 Brookdale Rd.
Besides the Yoga for Beginners class, this studio recommends that newbies start with a class that includes “gentle” in the title, like the popular Gentle Flow class. Check out the “new to yoga” section of its website for everything you need to know to get acquainted.

Asheville Yoga Center, 211 S. Liberty St.
Take advantage of the Intro to Yoga class to learn about the basics of the practice and what style best suits you. Then leave with a coupon for any class on the weekly schedule.

Black Mountain Yoga, 116 Montreat Rd.
With a plethora of classes available to all levels of yogis, you can start your practice with a variety of styles, including Yin, Vinyasa, and Ashtanga yoga.

Burning Sage Yoga, various locations
Instructors are offering two weekly classes for all levels — the Yoga for Everyone community class + a seasonal Flow. Check the calendar for dates and times.

Purna Yoga 828, 697 D Haywood Rd.
Enroll in a six-week series designed for beginners, or take one of the three other classes designed for all levels.

West Asheville Yoga, 602 Haywood Rd.
Explore at least 10 classes that are open to yogis of all levels. New students can get one week of unlimited classes for $29 with the New Student Special.

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Stretch the stress away at Asheville Yoga Center.

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If you want to connect with community

Amethyst Realm, 244 Short Coxe Ave. #010
Expand your horizons with a variety of acrobatic and aerial flows.

Asheville Wellness Tours, various locations
Gather your crew for a yoga hike, featuring a two-mile round trip mountain hike with an hour of yoga at the summit. Or try out the ridiculously cute goat yoga classes to make some snuggly new friends.

Breeze Yoga Space, 515 Short McDowell St. Building 3
People of all ages and fitness levels can come together to practice at this open air studio.

Empyrean Arts, 32 Banks Ave #108
Whether you’re curious to try aerial yoga for the first time or you know your way around the hammocks, you can give this studio a try.

Iyengar Yoga Asheville, 111 Grovewood Rd.
After regularly attending classes with a certified Iyengar yoga teacher, you can drop in for an unstructured Open Practice session.

Namaste in Nature, various locations
Take your pick of yoga classes, scenic yoga hikes, and retreats available year round.

Yoga in the Park, 220 Amboy Rd.
Each Saturday and Sunday from April to October, gather at the east end of Carrier Park for a slow-to-moderate paced flow surrounded by nature. The class runs from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and costs $10 per person.

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You just might make a new friend or two at Goat Yoga.

Photo via Asheville Wellness Tours

If you’re looking to sweat

Hot Yoga Asheville, 802 Fairview Rd. #100
Find a practice that suits your skill level, from a Hot Slow Flow for gaining stability to an Inferno Core class designed to burn fat.

HOTWORX - Asheville, 190 Hendersonville Rd., Ste. 60
Embrace the heat as you cycle through a sequence of athletic poses during your 30-minute workout.

YogaSix, 1829 Hendersonville Rd., Ste. 80
Get your blood pumping with the Y6 Hot, Power, or Sculpt & Flow classes.

If you prefer personal training

Ashtanga Yoga Asheville, 172 Deaver St.
Begin integrating breath, posture, and focused gaze in a small group or individual private session.

Flow Bodyworks Massage & Yoga, 494 Hendersonville Rd., Ste. C
Get personalized support for your goals with sessions for individuals, couples, or small groups.

Good Yoga, 19 Olney Rd.
Instructor Kelly McKibben offers a variety of zoom classes as well as private yoga therapy sessions tailored to your needs.

Happy Body Fitness and Wellness, 1378 Hendersonville Rd., Ste. E2
Work through a flow designed for your specific abilities in one of the studio’s private yoga sessions.

Did we miss your favorite local studio? Let us know and we may add it to the list.

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