Namaste, Fort Worth. If you’re down dog with yoga, then today’s guide is for you. 🤸
Whether you’re an experienced yogi or brand new to your practice, we’ve rounded up seven yoga studios in Fort Worth to help you get out of the house and onto your mat.
For hot yoga
Soul Sweat Hot Yoga | 1217 8th Ave.
Get your sweat on 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 Pilates enthusiasts
Pilates and Yoga Training Center | 4010 White Settlement Rd.
Why settle when you can do it all? Pilates and Yoga Training Center offers in-person and virtual Pilates and yoga classes for all-level students — plus Thai massage and bodywork. Pro tip: Private sessions are also available.
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.
For little yogis
Nanda Yoga | 2408 Montgomery St.
Because no one is too small to stretch. Nanda Yoga helps kids build flexibility, coordination, and body awareness — and built into each class are activities like music, art, and mindfulness.
For yoga teacher training
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 massage, too.
Indigo Yoga | 5111 Pershing Ave.
We asked, you answered. Whether you’re interested in in-person or virtual classes, Indigo Yoga has a ton of options taught by 20+ experienced instructors. Hey, they’re a Fort Worth go-to for a reason.
The Sanctuary Yoga Room | 3425 West 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.*
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