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  • Laughing Lotus
    Yoga

    Laughing Lotus

    636 Ave of the Americas, 3rd Floor (entrance on 19th St between 5/6 AVE), New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    SOUL SWEAT

    The class was really fun and Dorian has a great energy that makes the class even more enjoyable! However, there was a first-timer yogi in our class and I think for this newcomer it would've have been nice if he had offered some guidance or simple cues (eg straighten left leg) when introducing postures for the first time, instead of just saying the Sanskrit name with no explanation. Just to be safe that it isn't a discouraging experience for him
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    Laughing Lotus Yoga Center is an energetic and soulful yoga community dedicated to…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    170 S 1st St, Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    WeFlowHard Core

    Was pretty scared cause Y7 classes are hard enough with core work already built in. This wasnt too bad. Only 45 minutes so some core work, a few sun salutations, more core work, a long sequence, a final core burst. Wasnt too hot, wasnt too hard, the instructor was good and worked with us which never usually happens in Y7. She also did a quick little massage during shavasana.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    1459 3rd Ave, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    #HipHopWednesdays WeFlowHard Vinyasa Yoga

    Love this class, but I have to comment on the locker room. Love that they have showers unlike their other locations and Malin and Goetz products. However, there have been a few times now where the products were empty in the showers and I had to wait naked, in a towel, in the coed locker room for them to refill. They also only have one hair dryer. For $20, it would be of significant value add to their clients. Final thing is I'd prefer if they gave out more than one towel. With a coed bathroom especially,where you need to dry off and change immediately after showering, one towel doesn't really do the trick.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • VERAYOGA
    Yoga, Strength Training

    VERAYOGA

    406 Broadway, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Sweat-Flow

    Holy cow. Ive been to lots of these trendy heated yoga places - Y7, yoga vida, sky ting - this class was harder (and maybe hotter) than them all. Maybe also cuz I was fighting a cold. But it was doable, and all levels in the class. Loved the Jen and the playlist! Good vibes.
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    VERAYOGA is a hot, vinyasa yoga studio at the crossroads of Tribeca, Soho and Chinatown…
  • Jewel City Yoga
    Yoga

    Jewel City Yoga

    660 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Open Flow

    Tam is such a thoughtful teacher. She stresses the importance of respecting your body and limits, but always brings opportunities to challenge yourself. I love that she adds another level to the practice and applies it to real life in an interesting way.
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    Jewel City Yoga is a collective and collaborative space to embody the practice of…
  • Powerflow Yoga
    Yoga

    Powerflow Yoga

    160 Morgan St, Jersey City
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Hot Power Hour

    Kaity is the yoga teacher you need and want. She gets down and practices with you, she gently reminds you to do what's best for your body each day, she corrects your form so you feel the benefits of the practice, and she does it all with a soothing and encouraging vibe that creates a supportive room. Love her class so hard.
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    Powerflow Yoga (PFY) is a collective of hot yoga studios based in New Jersey. Their…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    250 East Houston Street, New York
    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Tangerine
    Yoga

    Tangerine

    225 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    flow + restore

    Good class, but be mindful that its not heated (I must have not read the description carefully). Studio is clean and well maintained. Mat towels cost extra if you want to use one but they provide good sized normal towels as well as post yoga cool scented washcloths
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    Tangerine is a kickass community in Brooklyn where people can wind down, connect…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    410 W 14th St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Justin Timberlake vs. Britney Spears WeFlowHard Vinyasa Yoga

    Loved this class! Ashley was an awesome leader. The flow was challenging and very well paced. I typically don’t like hot yoga but this was at a perfect level that made me feel more flexible and invigorated. And the music was everything!! Probably not for beginners but if you already like yoga, this is such a fun and unique way to take your practice to the next level.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    430 Broome St, 2nd floor, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    WeFlowHard Vinyasa Yoga

    Jennifer was amazing. All of the flows were relatively short and easy to customize if you wanted which was nice when it's first thing in the morning and your brain is having a little drop getting started. A great way to start my day!
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    58 E 11th St, 3rd floor, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
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    WeFlowHard Vinyasa Yoga

    Alex is a pretty intense instructor. Not in a bad way, but it's not typically Y7 style. She counts down (10, 9, 8...) for certain movements (like planks) which felt a little bootcamp-esque to me. No complaints though, it was a great workout.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    25 W 23rd St, 3rd floor, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    WeFlowHard Vinyasa Yoga

    Karen has become my favorite Y7 instructor! Her flows arent overly complicated but definitely challenge you. Also the speed of her 1-breath-1-movement keeps you on your toes, and youre able to do the flow in the third round multiple times per side. I think Im gonna try and only take Karen from now on.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • exhale
    Yoga, Barre

    exhale

    150 Central Park S, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Exhale Barre

    I feel like alex is a hidden gem amongst the exhale instructors - he consistently brings a thorough + incredibly challenging profile with an extensive arm series and longer thighs than most...think we covered 6 different positions today! I will say though that this studio needs far better air circulation - I was literally dripping all throughout class as I do when doing true cardio, never barre or pilates.
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    Situated on Central Park South just across from Manhattan’s renowned Central Park…
  • Heatwise
    Yoga

    Heatwise

    163 Remsen St, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn
    4.9
    (5000+)
    more info

    Some Like it Hot

    Loved it. Athletic, challenging flow, with just enough modifications/time for play and relaxation. Teacher asked at beginning if anyone was new to yoga (no), if anyone did not want to be touched, etc. Left feeling like I’d both worked my body and stretched and restored it.
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    Heatwise was created for you to practice hot vinyasa yoga in a clean, comfortable…
  • Yoga Vida
    Yoga

    Yoga Vida

    666 Broadway, Fl 3, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Deep Flow

    The best. I've been taking Dom's class for almost five years, and it's still the best power yoga I've found in NYC. Will make you sweat like a mofo but you still leave feeling mentally cleansed and spiritually grounded. So good!!
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    Yoga Vida offers a welcoming and inviting environment that keeps yoga accessible…
  • exhale
    Yoga, Barre

    exhale

    19 W 21st St, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Exhale Barre

    Live Exhale classes and all the amenities they provide on the locker room but warmer water in the shower would be SO NICE!!! You can't even turn the knives all the way to the left in any of the shower stalls so it seems like they've been set that way because some people have abused it. Don't make the rest of us suffer. The razors and designer toiletries are great!
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    This spacious boutique fitness studio in NYC’s “fitness district” offers a full suite…
  • exhale
    Yoga, Barre

    exhale

    980 Madison Ave, 2nd floor, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Exhale Barre

    She's awesome - definitely one of the best instructors at Exhale despite the fact that she's rarely on the schedule. Every section (arms, thighs, glutes, abs) is thorough, challenging & exhausts the muscles fully. No time is wasted in her classes - a must try!
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    Located in New York City's Upper East Side overlooking prestigious Madison Avenue…
  • Daya Yoga Studio
    Yoga

    Daya Yoga Studio

    360 Jefferson St, Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Power Yoga (int)

    I loved this so much. I get the mixed reviews because it's a very specific type of yoga based on what yoga was like before the gym-ification of the practice. That said, just because it's not your style doesn't mean you need to give a 1 star rating. This class is Ashtanga based but is not for people looking to get a "60 minute workout." I liked that Carlos spent 2 hours on the class. If you know going into it that it will be long and challenging it makes for a better experience. This class is not for beginners. Not that you couldn't get something out of it with little experience but I think it could get frustrating because there are handstands and arm balances (although you're all at the wall in a circle, which is so nice because you use it for inversions and you can see everyone!) It is both mentally and physically challenging, you work with other students, and you come out calm and reinvigorated.
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    Daya Yoga's mission is to build a community. Community where people can grow, educate…
  • FIERCE GRACE LOWER EAST SIDE
    Yoga

    FIERCE GRACE LOWER EAST SIDE

    172 Allen St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Fierce Grace

    Chris and this class are amazing. The best of traditional hot yoga with great, focused energy and some vinyasa mixed in. The studio itself is magical, plus there are 3 showers in the women’s locker room. Bring a lock if you want to lock stuff up.
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    Fierce Grace NYC is the first USA studio location of British hot yoga brand Fierce…
  • Powerflow Yoga
    Yoga

    Powerflow Yoga

    104 Hudson St, 5th floor, Hoboken
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Hot Power Lunch Hour

    First time at this studio. Very nice and great teacher. Super normal, which is rare for yoga lol. Very non-judge mental and easy to follow. But she did not demonstrate in the front of the room, so basic knowledge of poses is recommended. Only negative was the ceiling fan was covered in black dust. It was super gross and distracting every time I had to look up.
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    Powerflow Yoga (PFY) is a collective of hot yoga studios based in New Jersey. Their…
  • Goodtimes Yoga
    Yoga

    Goodtimes Yoga

    97 North 10th Street, brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    GOODTIMES FLOW

    I love this studio so much. Always feel welcomed coming in and amazing after class. It’s a beautiful space with great instructors and interesting, challenging flows. The only thing I would note is that it’s a little bit on the warm side and I tend to find myself very sweaty!
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    GOODTIMES Signature Flow is a perfect balance of workout and meditation. Goodtimes…
  • Yoga Vida
    Yoga

    Yoga Vida

    55 Prospect St, #104 (Enter on Pearl Street), Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Heated Flow

    Great class! Loved Vivian. I haven't done yoga in a long time. The vibe was nonjudgmental. Everyone was able to go at their own level. Vivian walked around and adjusted people as needed in a gentle and supportive way. I entered the class with a lot of soreness from my other workouts. I left feeling as if I had a massage. I saw a couple of comments that the room was not hot. I was sweating. Only negative is they charge for mat and towel rentals.
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    Yoga Vida offers a welcoming and inviting environment that keeps yoga accessible…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    54 W 39th St, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    WeFlowHard Vinyasa Express

    What a sweat!!! Courtneys flow was extremely challenging, consisting of a lot poses that require balance and persistence. I learned a lot of new poses in her class such as the half bind and the twist lunge. Altogether, I left class feeling that I have improved my balance and endurance.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Solace
    Yoga, Strength Training

    Solace

    38 E 32nd St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Body (Peak)

    As a regular Tuesday night class goer, I have to say that this may have been the toughest class Ken has ever given us. Basic but hard as all hell. After the typical warmup in the studio then a farmers carry to Madison Ave plus a non stop 6 min ab series, the workout was 7 rounds of the following : 20 American KB swings, 15 air squats & 5 burpees before a sprint to Madison & back to be done as fast as possible. Most clocked in at ~2 mins so there was a minute rest before the next round. First time I've seen ppl splayed out all over the fitness floor once we finished.
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    Solace New York is a premium health and fitness facility conveniently located in…
  • Yoga Vida
    Yoga

    Yoga Vida

    99 University Pl, Fl 6, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Restorative

    Tara is always lovely, genuine and fantastic. However, the ridiculous girls behind the front desk made ENDLESS noise, laughing and chattering loudly and walking unnecessarily loudly. I know that the studio has wood floors and is in an old building, but I even contemplated leaving or asking if they could pipe down. Choose a space closer to the windows and side of the studio with the shelf of bolsters.
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    Yoga Vida offers a welcoming and inviting environment that keeps yoga accessible…
  • NY Loves Yoga
    Yoga

    NY Loves Yoga

    140 W 83rd St, Garden Level, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Somatics - Release Muscles & Pain

    Loved this class! Its great for people in pain or who just want to learn how to move their bodies in a healthier, easier way. You can tell the teacher really cares and wants to help each student. Its not a workout class - more stretching and slow movements.
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    We are a beautiful large one room studio located in the heart of the UWS in NYC.…
  • Brooklyn Heights Pilates
    Yoga, Gym Access

    Brooklyn Heights Pilates

    158 Montague St, Fl 4, Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Intermediate Level Reformer

    Angela was awesome! This was maybe my 10th reformer class and the first at this studio. We did some moves that were new to me; it was a fun and challenging routine. Beautiful view of an old BK Heights church. Wall of mirrors that helped me get a better feel for alignment. No music! A/C! 8 reformers. A+
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    Utilizing specialized equipment such as the reformer, Brooklyn Heights Pilates classes…
  • New Love City
    Yoga

    New Love City

    68 Greenpoint Ave, 4th floor, Brooklyn
    4.9
    (5000+)
    more info

    Vinyasa

    This teacher was amazing! He noticed I was uncomfortable lying on my front and gave me a great modification with blocks in a subtle and respectful way. He also responded to the breathing and needs of the class.
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    We've gathered up the absolute best vinyasa yoga teachers we know and threw them…
  • New York Yoga
    Yoga

    New York Yoga

    1629 York Ave, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Vinyasa All Levels

    Great, genuinely "all levels" class. The instructor focused a lot on muscle awareness and alignment and started with the fundamentals, but quickly worked towards more advanced poses. I also really appreciated that he made a point of remembering names.
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    New York Yoga is a neighborhood yoga studio that specializes in Vinyasa and Hot Yoga…
  • SKY TING
    Yoga

    SKY TING

    43 S 4th St, Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    SKY TING Yoga

    I was surprised I liked this class, because in the past I found this studio’s classes to be too restorative. Grace implemented exercises that were good for people that type and sit at a desk all day long. It was a good way to relieve stress!
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    SKY TING YOGA strives to offer the highest quality of yoga in a beautiful space and…
  • SKY TING
    Yoga

    SKY TING

    381 Broadway, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    SKY TING Yoga

    First time at Sky Ting. Lovely, calming atmosphere and great class- lots of great heart opening and hamstring loosening, great twists and creative ways in and out of poses. Challenging but not super cardiovascular, which was perfect for me today. I will be back!
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    Set in an old factory building in Tribeca, the 3,500 square feet studio has a sprawling…
  • Pure Yoga
    Yoga

    Pure Yoga

    203 E 86th St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Figure 4 Barre (Open)

    Lindsay is without a doubt the best figure 4 instructor - clear, concise directions with a brutal class profile that hits everything. She incorporated the ring today for abs, glutes, and the final pelvic tilt sequencing so our bodies were on fire. Thighs were incredibly challenging and made me shake which rarely happens as an athlete. Highly suggest that you take advantage of their spa like locker room & apartment sized showers. I only live 4 blocks away but try to do so when I'm not running off elsewhere.
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    Pure Yoga's Figure 4 Barre is the most challenging barre experience out there, crossing…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    38 East 32nd Street, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    #HipHopWednesdays WeFlowHard Vinyasa Yoga

    Charlie was an awesome instructor but the venue is a little odd. Had to awkwardly squeeze through an ongoing CrossFit course to get to the women’s locker room and the Y7 room itself had no fans which by shavasana I really needed.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Yogamaya New York
    Yoga

    Yogamaya New York

    135 W 20th St, Fl 6, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Level 1

    At first I thought this class was too beginner for me, as I’ve been doing yoga for a few years (on & off so I haven’t been consistent with it). But I did my first ever side plank! I always thought I didn’t have the upper body strength to hold it- but apparently I didn’t know how to properly do it before now. Thank you Halima!!! I’ll be back ????
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    Yogamaya combines vinyasa flow, alignment, Kirtan and spiritual teachings all under…
  • New York Yoga
    Yoga

    New York Yoga

    132 E 85th St, Fl 2, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Hot Vinyasa Basics

    Dana put together really great sequences for gently opening up the body and stimulating circulation. Really appreciated her encouraging energy and inspiring words at the beginning of class. Also loved that the studio has lots of windows that let in great natural light and found the scent of eucalyptus in the air refreshing. Front desk could’ve been warmer and more welcoming, but I guess even yogis need a day off from letting their inner light of love shine.
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    New York Yoga is a neighborhood yoga studio that specializes in Vinyasa and Hot Yoga…
  • Y7 Studio
    Yoga

    Y7 Studio

    57 Leonard St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    #HipHopSundays WeFlowHard Vinyasa Yoga

    Loved that the studio seems to have responded to feedback that sometimes it is just too crazy hot. This class was heated but not to the degree that it made me feel faint or that it was interfering with my ability to perform the movements. Great instructor and great tunes as always.
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    Y7 Studio is sweat drippin', beat bumpin', candlelit yoga. All studios are heated…
  • Namastuy
    Yoga

    Namastuy

    325 Lewis Ave, Brooklyn
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Vinyasa

    I liked the vibe of the studio because it really did seem to be open for people of all levels of yoga. The instructor, Maddie, seemed to do a good job at providing adjustments but also allowing people to personalize the vinyasa. I worked up a sweat but also found the end of class to be extremely relaxing.
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    Namastuy Healing Collective is a yoga, healing and arts space aiming to provide physical…
  • SKY TING
    Yoga

    SKY TING

    17 Allen St, 7th Floor, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    SKY TING Yoga

    Gorgeous space with bridge views and tin ceilings - like the perfect apartment, but for yoga. Jess was a great teacher - direct, specific, and expert. Nice to find a place that does hands-on adjustments but doesnt have a touchy-feely vibe. Would have liked a bit more attention to breathing, but overall Id strongly recommend and return to this class.
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    Verdant oasis in the sky above Chinatown's Allen Street. Though primarily derived…
  • The Yoga Room
    Yoga

    The Yoga Room

    38-01 35th Ave, Queens
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Hot Vinyasa - Community ($10 or your class card)

    I loved Arden's class! The clients at this studio are animals though. There aren't a lot of coat hooks in the changing room. I saw someone tear my coat down, toss it on the floor, so they could get to their stuff
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    The Yoga Room is the largest and best studio in Queens with over 150 classes a week…
  • Limelight Fitness
    Yoga, Gym Access, …

    Limelight Fitness

    656 6th Ave, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    High Intensity Circuit Training

    Killer workout! I like just using body weight or dumbbells. Fantastic instruction and great music. Only note: the gym should organize the weights in the group fitness room. Very hazardous & messy how it is now. I hit my head putting my weights away under the stairs.
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    Located in the historic Limelight building, Limelight Fitness offers an upscale experience…
  • Pure Yoga
    Yoga

    Pure Yoga

    204 W 77th St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Figure 4 Fit (2/3)

    This class is good for participants that have experience with barre because its pretty fast paced which is why I love it. Constance is a really good teacher and she gets the rating . However, I could do without the ear ringing . My only suggestion to the studio would be to work on the acoustics or lower the volume because in a beautiful sanctuary space like Pure it just doesnt mix and with Constance running the show isnt even necessary
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    Pure Yoga's Figure 4 Barre is the most challenging barre experience out there, crossing…
  • Humming Puppy
    Yoga

    Humming Puppy

    119 W 23rd St, New York
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Unified Hum

    My 1st class here and I LOVED it. Beautiful, tranquil, meditative space with a friendly staff and great amenities (including chai tea and coconut water yum!). Mats and towels included. Warm but not uncomfortably so. Flow was perfectly paced for an ideal balance between movement and stillness. Highly recommend!
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    WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT Welcome to Humming Puppy; a yoga experience evolved from traditional…
  • Yoga to the People - 38th Street
    Yoga

    Yoga to the People - 38th Street

    1017 6th Ave , 3rd and 4th floors, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Hot Vinyasa on the 4th floor

    SO hot!!!! A good challenging flow. studio was pretty basic. yoga room was large. staff very friendly. I thought the loud breathing directives were odd for my taste. I liked that the class ended at our own pace following our own mediation.
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    Yoga to the People is a unique studio with the goal of capturing what they consider…
  • YogaSpark - Tribeca
    Yoga

    YogaSpark - Tribeca

    158 Duane St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    BlacklightSpark

    This was a good class. The folks at the studio were really lovely, the studio was cool, particularly the blacklight, mats and towels are included, they have an innovative studio entry / exit system, nice showers, all of it. I didnt love the hip hop during class - never enjoy that during yoga - but otherwise quite good. The flow was FAST. Very fast. Gotta know what youre doing. Also, the room felt hotter than your average hot yoga studio.
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    YogaSpark is a hot power yoga studio where all classes are open level, 60 mins, challenging…
  • Box + Flow
    Yoga, Boxing

    Box + Flow

    55 Bond St, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    box + flow

    Fun and intense class with lots of focus on bag work- Kirras playlist was awesome too! It was my first time taking the class and found it really easy to catch on (which isnt to say that the class itself was easy!) definitely left feeling I had a great workout.
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    a 50-minute fight + flow class: shadowbox warmup,heavy bag rounds + a 15 minute flow…
  • Surya Yoga Academy
    Yoga, Strength Training, …

    Surya Yoga Academy

    341 Grove St, Jersey City
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Surya Hot Flow - Level 1

    Our instructor Megan was great, she took the time to correct my stance several times. Was concise and easy to follow. She also topped off the class with an adjustment and aromatherapy with tea tree oil. Playlist was a fun mix which helped to keep me engaged. The facilities need work, a lot of keys are missing on the lockers and the heat was disappointing. Temperature was turned on at 100 but it felt like 80 tops. I felt a strong draft from the window throughout the class.
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    Surya Yoga in Jersey City offers a rich variety of Hot and Traditional Yoga classes…
  • Bend & Bloom Yoga
    Yoga

    Bend & Bloom Yoga

    708 Sackett St, Brooklyn
    4.7
    (5000+)
    more info

    Open Align

    Susan was awesome! She emphasized the importance of listening to your body. I appreciate this studio because it's less about being trendy and more about what yoga actually is and in that approach is way more holistic / all encompassing.
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    Bend + Bloom is a vibrant studio offering over 65 inspiring yoga classes per week…
  • The Yoga Room
    Yoga

    The Yoga Room

    10-14 47th Rd, Queens
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Vinyasa Foundations

    What I love about Nicole's class is that she explains the poses in details and the pace is slower so that the students can really focus on the right alignments, not just quickly flow through the sequences. Her sequences of poses are well thought out. Even though it is a foundation class, it is challenging because when you are really focusing on engaging the right muscles to achieve the right alignment make you work extra hard and sweat a lot! Nicole is also very friendly and making people new to yoga feel at ease and not intimidated. She goes around to correct forms and give modifications for people with injuries. A wonderful practice!
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    The Yoga Room is the largest and best studio in Queens with over 150 classes a week…
  • Yoga Vida
    Yoga

    Yoga Vida

    416 Washington St, Retail Unit 2, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
    more info

    Flow

    The location is very tricky since the only number on the door is an entrance to an apt complex but youll be directed to follow the ramp around the corner where eventually you will see signs. The actual yoga studio is clean with high ceilings. Class should be advertised as bikram yoga because it was hot. Instructor was lovely and flow focused on stretching and breathing.
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    Yoga Vida offers a welcoming and inviting environment that keeps yoga accessible…
  • WOOM CENTER
    Yoga

    WOOM CENTER

    274 Bowery, New York
    4.8
    (5000+)
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    WOOM Fire

    The space is very cool with a cafe in front. There are two bathrooms that you can change in, a coat/ shoe area, cubbies inside for your purse. They provide mats, bolster, blocks, blankets, eye mask (or you can buy one for $9). The cafe will refill your bottle with filtered water as well. The yoga room is large with speakers above and built into the floor. During class they project visuals around you and play beats. The beginning and end have an eye mask portion. There is an emphasis on sound experience here. I really enjoyed the yoga. There was a lot of stretching and flow as well to heat you up. I took fire their winter special class so I'm not sure if signature is similar but I was dripping sweat. Lots of variations for different levels of practitioners. At the end there is a spritz of aromatherapy and you get an elixer shot as you walk out. Very warm and welcoming staff. They also have a dog named Shapiro.
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