The 10 Best Yoga Studios in Oregon!
For a truly mentally and physically restorative experience, yoga is the ultimate workout. Whether you’re new to the practice or you’re an experienced yogi, the peaceful yoga studios of Oregon have something for you. Here are the 10 best in the state.
A member of the Rys 200 Yoga Alliance, Everyday People Yoga is one of Eugene’s best. Everyday classes include vinyasa, gentle flow, yin, and more.
The Yoga Lab in Bend, Oregon, focuses on providing the best vinyasa, yin, ashtanga, and hatha yoga classes. Classes are available for all ages.
Yoga Roots Studio is located in the quiet village of Manzanita, providing a perfect spot for a yoga retreat. They offer regular workshops and special events, in addition to their regular class schedule of yoga basics, yoga for kids, hatha fusion, early flow, and more.
Live Well Studio in Corvallis, Oregon, offers a wide variety of classes, workshops, and personal training. Choose from four different difficulty levels and many different varieties of yoga, including gentle yoga, hatha yoga, Pilates, and more.
Dallas Yoga and Balance Studio invites visitors to “clam, strengthen, and balance your inner self.” Choose between multi-class packs or drop in a class for $13. Check their website for an up to date calendar of classes.
The Indigo Wellness Center in Salem, Oregon, has been voted the Best of the Mid-Valley and Patient’s Choice winner. The center offers chiropractic services, massages, and over 30 yoga classes.
Forge Hot Yoga has three Oregon locations, including one in Portland, one in Happy Valley, and another in West Linn. Each location offers Bikram hot yoga, inferno hot Pilates, yin, and yoga for athletes and teams.
Mandala Yoga “offers a classes and workshops in a variety of lineages, that connect in affirming a path to the infinite.” Class options include gentle and restorative, gentle sat nam flow, gentle yoga, hatha, hatha flow, and much more. Check their website for upcoming events and workshops.
Imagine Yoga Studio in Lake Oswego finds inspiration in John Lennon’s song “Imagine.” Yoga classes include yoga for kids, flow, power flow, alignment flow, viniyoga, slow flow, and more.
Harmony Yoga Center in Newport is accredited with the E-RYT 200 Yoga Alliance and the RYS 200 Yoga Alliance. They offer classes, teacher training, and private instruction, with different classes almost every day.