13 Best Yoga Studios in D.C.

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If you’re looking to do some yoga in D.C.—we’ve got you covered—we’re sharing the 13 best yoga studios in Washington D.C. to get your yoga practice on no matter what level you’re at or what yoga style you prefer. 

Whether you’re just curious and are looking for a beginner yoga class, are looking to expand your existing yoga and meditation practice, are power yoga-obsessed, or simply want to try some new yoga classes, look no further. 

Yoga District 

https://www.yogadistrict.com/

Best Yoga Studios

There are so many reasons we love Yoga District! They’re a non-profit yoga studio with 6 studios throughout Washington D.C. We love their mission to make yoga accessible for everyone and the way they cultivate a deep sense of community within their yoga studios. 

Yoga District offers affordable yoga for everybody and has a variety of classes in many different styles of yoga, and for every class you purchase you’re helping support their yoga outreach programs benefiting residents throughout D.C.

Yoga District studio also offers affordable Yoga Teacher Training in a supportive community environment. 

Epic Yoga DC

https://www.epicyogadc.com/

We love the vibe of this beautiful, locally-owned yoga studio in DC. Tall ceilings and sparkling lights create the perfect atmosphere for your yoga practice. They offer free mats and have a locker room with showers so you can easily incorporate a yoga class into any part of your day.

Epic Yoga studio offers a variety of classes—from barre to yin yoga to vinyasa flow to rooftop yoga at The Ven Hotel on Saturday and Sunday mornings—there’s a yoga style for everyone. 

Epic Yoga DC classes include:

  • Vinyasa Flow
  • Heated Yoga
  • Yin Yoga
  • Restorative yoga
  • Honey Flow
  • Private Yoga lessons
  • Virtual Classes and more

Epic Yoga also offers workshops, yoga retreats, and yoga teacher training. 

Dupont Circle Yoga

http://www.dupontcircleyogadc.com/

We love that Dupont Circle Yoga is a classical yoga studio offering classes in the Hatha yoga traditions—Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and Iyengar. 

The yoga teachers at Dupont Circle Yoga put an emphasis on proper alignment and a deep understanding of the asanas to help you build a sustainable practice no matter where you are with your yoga practice—beginner, intermediate, or advanced. 

They offer drop-in classes as well as monthly memberships with unlimited classes. 

Down Dog Yoga

https://www.downdogyoga.com/

If you love hot power yoga, Down Dog Yoga is the yoga studio for you. Down Dog Yoga teachers are committed to empowering their students through the practice of Power Yoga to help them gain strength, vitality, and mental clarity. 

Check out Down Dog Yoga in their Georgetown studio for a hot power yoga class or a relax, renew, and meditation session.  

Bhakti Yoga DC

https://www.bhaktiyogadc.com/

Bhakti Yoga DC offers classes for beginner to advanced yogis including:

  • Vinyasa
  • Bhakti Vinyasa
  • Yin Yoga
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Relax & Renew Aromatherapy Flow
  • And Meditation

In addition to yoga classes, they offer alternative therapies including lymphatic oil treatments, Ayurvedic treatments, workshops, and mentoring.  Bhakti Yoga also offers yoga retreats in places like Greece, India, and Columbia. 

Hot Yoga Capitol Hill

https://www.hotyogacapitolhill.com/

Hot Yoga Capitol Hill offers a variety of yoga classes including:

  • Hot 26
  • Hot 26 Express
  • Piyo
  • Spa Yoga
  • Hot Pilates
  • Yin Yoga
  • Hot Pilates, Barre, HIIT

We love that Hot Yoga Capitol Hill offers kids classes to help children explore body awareness and relaxation techniques. They also offer retreats and yoga teacher training. 

Bluebird Sky Yoga

http://www.bluebirdskyyoga.com/

We love that Bluebird Sky Yoga isn’t just a yoga studio, but an art gallery as well. They offer in-studio yoga classes as well as outdoor, and live virtual classes, while the gallery features rotating art exhibits with local artists. 

Bluebird Sky Yoga offers a variety of classes including:

  • Vinyasa
  • Vinyasa Deep Flow
  • Core & Restore
  • Ashtanga
  • Mobility Flow
  • Rocket Vinyasa and more

In addition to yoga classes and art events, Bluebird Sky Yoga offers workshops.

Bikram Yoga Works

https://bikramyogaworks.com/

Bikram Yoga Works is an independently owned and operated family yoga and wellness community based in D.C. Since opening in 2011, they’ve built a powerful yoga community with experienced yoga teachers from all walks of life. 

They offer in-studio, live virtual, and on-demand yoga classes in a variety of styles including:

  • Bikram Blend
  • Yin Yoga
  • Hot Pilates
  • FLEX’T™
  • DRIPT™
  • 26+ 2 W/ Music and more

CorePower Yoga

https://www.corepoweryoga.com/yoga-studios/DC/Washington/citycenterdc

We love that CorePower Yoga has many yoga studios throughout the country and the D.C. metro area including Adams Morgan, Georgetown, and near Dupont Circle, making CorePower Yoga a fantastic studio for those of us who travel a lot but still want to be able to practice yoga while on the road—whether for business or pleasure. 

CorePower Yoga offers classes in:

  • Core Power
  • Hot Power Fusion
  • Yoga Sculpt Bodyweight
  • Yoga Sculpt
  • Core Restore
  • Meditation
  • And Yoga Lessons

Past Tense 

https://pasttensestudio.com/

Past Tense Yoga is dedicated to moving past the tensions of everyday life by providing an inclusive environment where students can find joy in supportive yoga classes.

Past Tense offers classes in:  

  • Beginner Yoga
  • Vinyasa Flow
  • Mind/Body Bootcamp
  • Breathwork
  • Vinyasa Flow & Restore
  • Roll & Restore
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Slow Flow + Meditation
  • Sound Bath Meditation
  • Kids Yoga
  • Pre/Post Natal Yoga
  • Senior Yoga

They offer drop-in classes, class pass packs, memberships, and on-demand plans for virtual classes.

Lighthouse Yoga Studio

https://lighthouseyogacenter.com/

We love Lighthouse Yoga Studio because it is one of the only Kundalini Yoga Studios in Washington D.C.  Kundalini yoga is an ancient, powerful form of yoga that can change your life, and if you haven’t tried it…you might want to give it a shot. It really is a unique yoga practice different from any other style of yoga. 

Lighthouse Yoga’s website says; “Lighthouse prioritizes inclusion, diversity, and community. We are a “come as you are” studio, and offer classes for all ages, shapes and sizes.”  So don’t be shy, checkout Lighthouse Yoga Studio for a transformative Kundalini yoga class. 

They also offer workshops, retreats, and yoga teacher training. 

Flow Yoga Center

https://www.flowyogacenter.com/

Flow Yoga Center is a yoga studio focused on yoga, fitness, and mindfulness. Flow offers in-studio, livestream & replay, and outdoor yoga classes at locations like MilkBar (1525 15th St, NW) or House of the Temple (1733 16th St, NW).

There have classes for every fitness level in a variety of styles including:

  • Mindful Flow
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Mysore Ashtanga Yoga
  • Vinyasa Flow
  • Hot & Warm Classes
  • Align & Flow Yoga
  • Yoga + Sculpt and more

Yoga Heights DC

https://www.yogaheightsdc.com/

You know the saying “they saved the best for last”? Well..we just might have. We adore Yoga Heights because they are such a great inclusive, community minded yoga studio that celebrates diversity and offers Aerial Yoga!! Need we say more?

Here are just a few of the yoga classes Yoga Heights offers:

  • Community Yin Yoga
  • Aerial Yoga
  • Restorative Yoga
  • All Levels Flow Yoga
  • Power Yoga
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Pre & Post Natal Yoga and more

As you can see, there’s no shortage of great places to practice yoga in Washington D.C. Whether you’re looking for a rooftop yoga class, a studio yoga class, or a virtual yoga class to do in the comfort of your own apartment—D.C. is a great city to do yoga in!

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