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Yoga studios around the United States are designing tranquil spaces for students to find inner peace. These serene settings are an inviting place to achieve alignment in triangle pose or to start the day with a stretch into downward-facing dog.
Read on to check out the 10 most beautiful places to breathe deeply.
Yogis can take inhalations and exhalations in this studio located in the high desert landscape of northern New Mexico, just 15 minutes outside of Santa Fe.
According to its website, the temple is entirely built from natural, nontoxic materials. Just as the students inside, the building is meant to breathe. On some occasions, it can even be seen entirely covered in snow.
Yoga to the People has several studios in New York, California and Arizona. At the San Francisco outpost, practitioners can perform asanas on the hardwood floors surrounded by exposed brick walls and enjoy the view out of the expansive windows while bending their knee to Warrior II.
Yoga to the People’s philosophy is to make yoga available to everyone, and classes are donation-based.
Come back to your body at the Brooklyn Yoga School in New York City. While classes are entirely donation based, students are invited to feel that money is no obstacle to happiness.
While yogis flow through sequences, they also get the opportunity to distance themselves from the busy city life visible through the expansive windows topped with stained glass.
Feel the synergy of yoga and Buddhism at the Dharma Yoga studio in Austin, which offers everything from vigorous vinyasa flow to mindfulness practice. Grab a mat and join what the school says is a “potentially life-transforming workout for both body and heart.”
Wanderlust Yoga in Austin is a big community space brought to the city by owner Ashley Spence. The peaceful studio features spacious rooms and natural elements like wood orb chandeliers. Head outside for classes held on the rooftop.
Go with the flow in this Denver-based studio that used to be an industrial lumber warehouse and an automotive store. Kindness Yoga promises a set of diverse classes, which are held in two large rooms. One of them comes with mirrors, while the other invites yogis to practice without seeing their reflection.
Philadelphia’s Amrita bring yogis a variety of classes, workshops and retreats based on yogic tradition. The welcoming environment is suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced practitioners.
The warm space includes ambient lights, hardwood floors, fireplaces and a water feature. While Amrita has two locations in the city, this studio is located in Fishtown.
Wanderlust Hollywood in Los Angeles gives yogis plenty of opportunities to come together outside of yoga, offering concerts, meditation, film screenings, wine tastings and kombucha making, its website states. The well-designed studio features an outdoor patio and flexible space.
Liberation Yoga in Los Angeles promotes positivity in an indoor room with dark wood floors and twinkling star lights as well as a garden studio. The green space comes with tall trees, a bubbling fountain and Chinese wood carvings to let yogis breathe easy.
Boston’s Swet Studio incorporates a variety of disciplines, including aerial yoga. Visit the light-filled studio and experience a new way to come into a headstand with zero-compression inversions, combined with different wrapping techniques.
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The 10 most beautiful yoga studios in the US – Hoodline
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