Today is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, which marks the first day of summer. Why not enjoy that extra sunshine celebrating International Yoga day (so many celebrations in one day!). In honor, I have rounded up a few of my favorite yoga studios in San Antonio. Check them out!
5 Points Local: Located on the second floor of the 5 points restaurant this place is sure to please. Tucked away in the 5 points neighborhood this studio is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of your busy day.
B Well Shoppe Health & Wellness: If you live up north or you are looking to try something new then this place is a wonderful option with yoga, pilates, and barre classes. They even have an infrared sauna! If you are looking for something a bit more intense on the day you don’t do yoga then check out a TRX, spin, boot camp, or kickboxing class. This place has it all!
Borne Ariel Yoga: If you are looking for something fun and relaxing then I would recommend ariel yoga. The staff is warm and helpful. Not to mention, the classes make for some awesome Instagram posts. Try something new!
MBS Yoga: This studio offers a full schedule of yoga classes for beginners and advanced yogis alike in one of the most beautiful spaces for Yoga in San Antonio. In addition, they offer training Classes like “Sculpt” and “HIIT” to help keep your workouts fresh and varied.
Mobile Om: Mobile Om has classes at various indoor and outdoor locations all over San Antonio including paddleboard yoga classes. The relaxed environment is great for those who just want to embrace the moment.
Southtown Yoga Loft: Southtown Yoga Loft is where I started my yoga practice so this place will always hold a special place in my heart. However, to be completely objective, this is one of the best studios in town with amazing instructors that help you understand the full effect yoga can have on your body, mind, and soul.
The Yoga Den: The Yoga den truly has it all, slow yoga flows, heated yoga flows, and even some pilates and boot camp classes. This place could easily be your one-stop-shop as the teachers address the whole person and not just the physical body. They believe that being “fit” means much more than a healthy heart and proper body weight.
Did I miss any studios? What’s your favorite yoga studio in town? Let me know!