Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, Fort Worthians have plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 14 yoga studios around Fort Worth.
If you want to connect with the community
The Sanctuary Yoga Room | 3425 W. 7th St.
With 20+ weekly classes for yogis of all levels (think: Slow Flow, Fly and Flow, Restorative and Bliss), this studio has something for everyone.
Radiant Sun Academy | 6517 E. Lancaster Ave.
In addition to a full range of yoga classes, this studio offers 200-hour yoga teacher training classes. Bonus: They offer Thai massages, too.
If you’re looking to sweat
Soul Sweat Hot Yoga | 1217 8th Ave.
Break a sweat with heated Vinyasa and Power Vinyasa flow. Or, if you’re not feeling the heat, they also offer restorative Yin yoga classes and even aerial yoga for the adventurous spirits.
CorePower Yoga | 1621 River Run Rd.
The fitness studio offers everything from stretching to strengthening muscles, with a particular focus on core power. Classes range from beginner-friendly to experienced, but the overall vibe is one of fitness positivity.
Zen Hot Yoga | 6115 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Choose from a wide selection of sessions that incorporate Vinyasa yoga, Bikram yoga, Yin yoga, yoga nidra, and body wheel yoga. If you want to try something outside of your usual routine, you’ll be sure to sweat in the hot HIT Pilates classes.
If you want a mix of fitness options
Mindset Fitness and Yoga | 2307 Gravel Dr.
Mindset’s adaptive wellness approach makes it the perfect fit for athletes and those recovering from fitness-related injuries. They offer adaptive and stretch yoga, personal training services, and classes specifically tailored to those living with multiple sclerosis.
Pilates and Yoga Training Center | 4010 White Settlement Rd.
Why settle when you can do it all? This studio offers in-person and virtual Pilates and yoga classes for all-level students — plus be sure to try the Thai massage and bodywork.
Urban Yoga | 1706 8th Ave.
Try something new at this studio offering a variety of wellness classes. Urban Yoga is a non-heated studio with Nia (martial arts-inspired workout), barre and Pilates, and yoga for mind-body connection. The studio also has a private space for one-on-one wellness and healing sessions.
If you prefer personal training
Chameleon Yoga | 6816 Camp Bowie W. Blvd.
Located next to North Z Boaz Park, this studio specializes in the ancient Eastern yoga philosophy — diving into meditation and focusing on the rhythmic relationship between the mind, body, and breath. Bonus: Don’t miss the pop-up sessions held in and around the DFW metro.
Elemental Yoga & the Mind Arts | 714 W. Magnolia Ave.
If you don’t like the heat, these all-level classes may be for you. Enjoy a cooler studio with slow-paced flows so you can target the proper muscles. Classes are offered Monday-Saturday with the option for one-to-one instruction.
Pro tip: You don’t have to be a studio member to take a class. Drop-in classes are offered for just $25 for anyone who wants to check it out before signing up.
The Studio | 620 S. Jennings Ave.
Step inside the studio to achieve empowerment and self-awareness through Vinyasa and Yin yoga classes. The Studio also offers services with wellness professionals, including Reiki, nutrition therapy, and private yoga services.
If you’re just getting started
Nanda Yoga | 2408 Montgomery St.
Because no one is too small to stretch — Nanda Yoga helps kids build flexibility, coordination, and body awareness. Built into each class are activities like music, art, and mindfulness.
Indigo Yoga | 5111 Pershing Ave.
Whether you’re interested in virtual or in-person classes, Indigo Yoga has a ton of options taught by 20+ experienced instructors.
Yoga Six | 5924 Convair Dr.
The “six” in the studio’s name refers not only to their class offerings — boot camp, deep stretch, flow, hot yoga, power yoga, and Vinyasa — but also to its guiding principles. Take a beginner’s class in person, or try it out in your personal space at home with the On Demand service.