What's the best place in Massachusetts to learn yoga? Readers weigh in – Wicked Local

With its believed origins more than 5,000 years ago in the Indus Saraswati Valley of South Asia, yoga has a firm place in the modern world. 
According to a 2016 study by Yoga Alliance and Yoga Journal, yoga practitioners in the U.S. numbered more than 36 million, with spending on classes, clothing, equipment and accessors rising to $16 billion annually.
Where in Massachusetts can you find a yoga class to relieve stress, improve flexibility, and make the mind-body connection?
We asked, and yoga enthusiasts took it to the mat.
Wicked Local readers answered our poll and named their favorite yoga classes, instructors and studios. 
Location The Landing at Hudson Mills, 43 Broad St., Suite B307, Hudson
Classes specializing in aerial and lyra yoga. Classes include beginner, advanced and mixed-level classes, teen/tween classes, and more. See schedule for complete class times.
More info 978-257-0075, earthandaerialyoga.com.
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Location 15 Columbia Road, Suite 10, Pembroke
Classes offering both virtual and in-person classes. Classes include yoga basics, soulful slow flow, yogi barre, yoga alchemy, and more. See schedule for complete class times.
More info 781-754-4158, emeraldyoga.com.
Location 67 Mechanic St., Foxboro
Classes include power yoga, chair yoga, yoga for everyone, and Vinyasa yoga. See schedule for complete class times. 
More info 508-543-2523, hockymca.org.
Instructor Sarah Drane 
Classes Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. at Nelson Park, 235 Water St., Plymouth;  Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m., Align Yoga & Wellness Center, 649 Oak St., East Bridgewater
More info sa********@gm***.comFacebook page. 
Location 11 Progress Ave., Tyngsboro
Classes readers’ favorite instructors include Chuck Raffoni, whose classes include relax and recharge yoga, and Dwight DiMartino. See schedule for complete class times.
More info 978-649-5900, windsoulwellnesscenter.com. 

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