Yoga studios can be found all over the city of Philadelphia. The question is: which one is best for me? Check out our guide, featuring yoga studios by neighborhood. All offer yoga classes of different levels and styles. Some provide other services, like meditation classes, reiki, acupuncture, life coaching, herbal consultation, and more. Find the best fit for you and treat yourself to the wellness and relaxation you deserve.
Three Queens Yoga
Three Queens Yoga has everything you need. In person and online classes, workshops, teacher training programs, and their own shop. They also have four different membership options to fit your schedule and lifestyle.
Raja Yoga & Meditation Center
Raja offers yoga classes and meditation classes both in person and on zoom. It is also a non-profit, bringing these services to underserved communities in Philly through the profits they receive from their zoom classes.
Studio 34 Yoga
Studio34 has a ton of weekly yoga classes. Some have a special focus, like Queer & Trans yoga classes, People of Color Yoga, and Restorative yoga. They also offer a variety of workshops each month.
Sanctuary Yoga & Mindfulness
Sanctuary has a combination of yoga classes, meditation and mindfulness courses, corporate training programs, and more. They offer classes both in person and on zoom, and they also have a podcast called “Modern Mystic” that you can find on spotify or iTunes.
Tula Yoga & Wellness
The goal of all Tula classes is to focus on body alignment and overall wellness. They offer classes in person, outside, or online to match your comfort level. They also provide workshops, reiki, acupuncture, psychotherapy, and new parent programs.
Palo Salo Yoga Boutique
Palo Santo is a yoga studio and wellness retreat, offering a variety of services. They are currently holding yoga classes in person, online, and outdoors and they offer workshops and events monthly. They also provide healing services like life coaching, herbal consultations, and meditation classes.
The Well Studio
The Well Studio offers yoga classes tailored specifically to your needs, and you can purchase classes individually or in a pack. You can also book sessions with their healers, who offer Human Design Readings, Herbalism Consultations, Akashic Records Readings, and Self-Love sessions.
Yoga Habit is a power yoga studio offering classes of all levels and is a great place for beginners! They offer classes in person, outside, or online. They also have workshops, monthly events, and a shop for all your yoga needs.
Maggie Blehar is a Philadelphia based writer/educator with a Bachelor’s in English and a Master’s in Education. She has been plant-based since 2011 and is always in search of ethical companies to support. She loves traveling, walking her dog, painting, meditation, working for social justice, digging deeper into her zodiac sign, and exploring the Philly vegan scene with friends. Some of her favorite organizations are: Don’t Eat the Homies, Farm Sanctuary, CHNGE, Gentle Barn, and the Equal Justice Initiative. You can find out more about her at www.maggieblehar.com.