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Flow at these Seattle yoga studios

Check out these 17 yoga studios around the Emerald City, which offer private classes, trauma-informed healing, and sessions set to rap music.

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Get ready to get stretchy at these Seattle area yoga studios.

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, the Emerald City has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 17 yoga studios around Seattle.


Not all sessions need to be hard work — sometimes, you can just let the sound wash over you.

Photo by at Mind.Body.Hum

If you’re just getting started

Mind Body Hum, 905 Western Ave.
This yoga studio has a dedicated series of classes to help acquaint you with the practice. You can also enjoy lower intensity options like sound baths, Nidra (“guided yogic sleep”) sessions, and Yin classes that use primarily passive poses.

Solar You Yoga, 268 Central Way, Kirkland
This mom-owned studio regularly includes “slow flow” classes on its schedule for those just dipping their toes into yoga.

Yoga on Beacon, 3063 Beacon Ave. S.
Let your body get familiar with the basics during this six-week intro class series.


This studio also has a few bright, colorful murals that make for great photo backdrops.

If you want to connect with community

8 Limbs Yoga Centers, various locations
This studio offers specialized classes for people who have been diagnosed with cancer, teens + tweens, and those looking for trauma-informed sessions.

Ritual House, 608 19th Ave. E.
If you really like your yoga classmates, you can also hang out with them during non-yogic classes like printmaking or at the location’s vendor markets.

The Grinning Yogi, Capitol Hill + Greenwood locations
This studio tries its best to open its doors to folks who may not have an easy time affording classes with a pay-it-forward program and donation-based sessions.

A group of students strike a pose on brightly colored mats during a yoga class.

Get ready to get a little toasty at Bala Yoga.

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If you’re looking to sweat

The SweatBox Yoga, 1417 10th Ave.
It’s all in the name. You’re going to definitely want to bring a towel with you as some classes use 105° temps to give your body a workout.

Bala Yoga, Various locations
Want a little heat, but maybe not so much you make a big pool of sweat? These classes stick to temps lower than 85°.

Sealevel Hot Yoga, 215 N. 36th St.
Ease more deeply into your poses with either 60 or 90 minute classes.

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No need to stop at yoga — Flow Fitness also has a variety of other classes you can pick from to get some exercise. You might also make some friends.

If you want a mix of fitness options

Verde Organic Body, 13293 Newcastle Commons Dr., Newcastle
Stretch out your body and then relax with a massage or sauna session.

Flow Fitness, South Lake Union + Fremont locations
In addition to the studios Flow in the Dark and Candelight Yoga classes, the gym’s class catalog includes barre, Zumba, cycle, and high intensity training classes.

If you prefer personal training

ZenRock Fitness, Redmond + Bellevue locations
Get some one-on-one time before you jump into a group setting — or schedule a session for you and your partner or friend.

Stressless in Seattle, no location
You don’t even have to leave your own home for these private yoga classes. A teacher will come to you.

Nancy Lea Yoga, 1817 Queen Anne Ave. N., Ste. 412
Newly certified teachers can schedule a one-on-one mentorship session for as they embark on their yogic journey.

If you’re looking for something a little different

Iya Well, online
Stretch it out to rap music with pre-recorded online classes from this Black-owned, Seattle-based business.

Seed Yoga Therapy, 8311 48th Ave. S.
These classes will be extra healing as the teacher uses poses to help work you through a therapy session.

Drift Yoga + Juice Bar, 1251 Harrison St.
Feeling a little thirsty or snacky after your session? This studio has a juice bar attached with options like orange + ginger, beet + apple, and carrots + tumeric.

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