Yoga Studios in Alexandria

Your Complete Guide to Yoga Studios in Alexandria

March 30, 2021 | Inside Alexandria | By: The Goodhart Group

Your Complete Guide to Yoga Studios in Alexandria

Looking for yoga studios in Alexandria? Consider yourself lucky! There are many excellent yoga studios in Alexandria. Whether you’re looking for a hot yoga studio, private sessions, a community vibe, or a studio with childcare, we’ve got you covered with our roundup below.

IN OLD TOWN

Radiance Yoga, 701 Prince Street

Offering Flow, Kundalini, Yin, Restorative, Power, and Prenatal Yoga, Radiance Yoga is located in a bright space in the center of Old Town. In addition to traditional group classes, Radiance also offers workshops, retreats, events, and community programs to provide opportunities for students to know one another while expanding their healthy living practices. Its new student special allows you to attend as many classes as you want over 14 days for just $30. Drop-in classes are $16 each and a monthly pass is $90.

532Yoga, 532 N. Washington Street, Suite 100

In Old Town since 2012, 532Yoga was voted Best Yoga Studio in Alexandria for five straight years by Alexandria Best Businesses. Offering classes ranging from Acro to Iyengar yoga, as well as intensive six-week sessions and teacher training, 532 has your yoga needs covered! Be sure to check out its boutique selling eco-friendly local or sustainably sourced items. Try it out with a $69 new student special. Drop-in classes are $27 each. Monthly and annual memberships are also available.

Refresh Yoga Center, 110 King Street, 2nd Floor

Refresh Yoga Center offers various types of classes that “help balance the body and reduce stress.” From Fundamentals to Power Yoga, from prenatal to Bootcamp, this studio has a class for you! Try it with the two classes for $29 special or the $100 four-week beginner series. Class packages and monthly memberships are also available.

River’s Edge Yoga, 300 Montgomery Street, Suite 201

River’s Edge offers Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (both the Primary and Intermediate Series) and many other yoga options such as Yoga For Athletes, Vinyasa Flow, pre– and post-natal yoga, and Yoga Tales for children. Drop-in classes are $17 or purchase a five, ten, or 20 class pass or monthly membership. You can try your first class for free! Discounts are offered to students, seniors, active-duty military, and first responders.

Zweet Sport Hot Yoga, 400 N. Henry Street

Like to sweat? Visit Zweet Sport’s Hot Yoga studio at 400 N. Henry St. (they also have a full fitness studio at 1200 N. Henry). Drop-in classes are $25 or you can purchase a class pass or monthly membership. They also offer new student specials (one week of unlimited classes, including cycle, for $59). Just passing through town? Sign up for Zweet Sport’s $45 Traveler’s Weekly Unlimited special.

ELSEWHERE IN ALEXANDRIA CITY

Mind the Mat, 2214 Mount Vernon Avenue

This Del Ray studio, which opened in 2008, offers three unique studios: a modern, climate-controlled hot studio, a barre studio, and its original yoga space. In addition to classes as early as 6 a.m. and as late as p.m., Mind the Mat also offers specialized yoga series (such as Yoga for Athletes or beginners) and workshops such as “Yoga for Men” or “Align Your Back.” With a Mind the Mat monthly membership, you can access more than 130 classes a week (between their two locations – the 2nd being in Clarendon) for just $99/month. Try it out with a new student special of four classes for $40.

Ease Yoga & Cafe, 3051 Mount Vernon Avenue

This Del Ray studio has an incredible variety of offerings. With classes ranging from “curvy” yoga to “rope wall” yoga, there is truly something for everyone at Ease. Ease also offers prenatal and kids yoga classes. Start your day with their Rise and Shine class, hit the lunchtime option, or wind down your day with an evening Candlelight Yin class. Be sure to stop by the Ease Cafe for award-winning smoothies, cold-pressed juices, acai bowls, and other healthy treats.

PIES Fitness Yoga, 374 South Pickett Street and 33 South Pickett Street, Suite 200

With the philosophy of “Yoga for Every Body” the West End’s PIES Fitness Yoga has a comprehensive array of offerings (in addition to kickboxing, Zumba, and more) Nervous about trying yoga? Check out its “My Body Don’t Bend That Way” class! Drop in for $25 a class or join as a monthly or annual member. PIES offers discounted rates for students, teachers, seniors, and the military.

Good Vibes, 3541 West Braddock Road #206

With the mission of “offer(ing) space for everybody to experience peace and health in mind, body and soul,” the Good Vibes yoga studio is a welcoming space. Here you will find pre-natal and baby yoga, yoga with aromatherapy, “joint freeing” classes, and much more. Good Vibes holds corporate and private sessions as well. Drop-in classes are $30 each or become a member for $145 a month.

Yoga in Daily Life, 2402 Mount Vernon Avenue

Yoga in Daily Life was the first yoga center in Del Ray! It accommodates people of all fitness levels providing classes in yoga and meditation. Progressive levels of learning and practice guide the student from beginning to advanced levels, so that people of all ages and levels of physical ability can enjoy the profound benefits of this gentle, profound holistic approach. Yoga in Daily Life Alexandria/DC also sponsors humanitarian programs aimed at bettering the local, national, and global community. Drop in for $16 a class, purchase a five or ten class pass, or purchase a monthly membership.

Bikram Yoga of Alexandria, 5416 Eisenhower Avenue

What exactly IS Bikram Yoga? It is a 90-minute yoga class in which 26 poses and two breathing exercises are done in the same order every time in a 105-degree room with 40% humidity over 90 minutes. If Bikram yoga sounds appealing, check out this yoga studio located near the Van Dorn Metro. Options range from $29 for a drop-in class to monthly memberships ($129 or $169 options). Check it out with its five class new student special for just $79.

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