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Find your flow with our Richmond yoga guide

Check out these 20+ yoga studios around the River City which offer beginner classes, memberships, hot yoga, and more.


Join in community yoga at the VMFA.

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, the River City has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 20+ yoga studios around Richmond.

If you’re just getting started

Richmond City Yoga, 212 E. Clay St.
Attend a Mysore class with instructor Robbie Norris — there’s no registration required and mats are provided. Private individual and group sessions are also available.

The Yoga Dojo, 6517 Dickens Pl.
The studio recommends starting out with the Bottle Rocket or Vinyasa Flow class if you’re a first timer. There are also new member specials and drop-in deals for students, teachers, and first responders.

3S Yoga, 2400 Jefferson Ave.
Classes at this studio are designed for all levels. See what classes are like by following a free yoga class on the studio’s YouTube channel.

Glenmore Yoga and Wellness Center, 10442 Ridgefield Pkwy.
The intimate, informal yoga classes at this studio will give you confidence in the flow of postures, breath awareness, and guided relaxation. A drop-in class is $20.

Synergy Yoga, 1123 Gaskins Rd.
Join a beginner class and take advantage of the new student special of three classes for $30.

Guiding Tree Yoga, 12205 Gayton Rd., Ste. B
With six all level classes to choose from and a new member rate of $35 for the first month, Guiding Tree will get you hooked on yoga.

Studio D Yoga, 9327 Midlothian Tpke., Ste. 2B
Reader Jeff M. recommends Debbie’s private and group sessions. The studio also offers sound, breath, and special events.

SoulShine Studios, 9200 Stony Point Pkwy., Ste. 111
Readers Lu G., Kathryn D., and Marybeth G. told us about this studio’s supportive beginner classes, knowledgeable instructors, and welcoming community.

A class of 15-20 practices yoga with hands folded in front of them

Class is in session at The Yoga Dojo.

Photo by Farrah Fox / The Yoga Dojo, Inc.

If you want to connect with community

RVA Yoga Hang, locations vary
Join in for a one hour, all levels vinyasa class at various locations around the city, from breweries to local businesses to the Diamond. Pro tip: Your ticket to the event typically includes something from the venue for after the class, like a beer from the brewery or a seat at a Squirrels game.

The Well Collective, 13 S. 13th St. Ste. 100
Drop in for a single class or join as a monthly member for access to more classes like Gentle Movement + Breath and Heated Power Yoga.

BareSOUL, locations vary
In addition to hosting classes at The Well Collective, this group organizes community events around the city like rooftop yoga at The Graduate.

Align RVA Community Yoga at the VMFA, 200 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd.
Save your spot at this outdoor yoga class that’s family-friendly and good for beginners. It takes place on select Saturdays from May-October.

Yoga in RVA at Brambly Park, 1708 Belleville St.
Register for this pop-up class on summer Sundays at 9 a.m. For $10, instructor Tatyana Leblanc leads an outdoor class for all levels.

Sunset Yoga at Dorey Park, 2999 Darbytown Rd.
Bring your own mat for an hour-long class in the field near the spray park and farmers market shelter. Pro tip: Check the Henrico Rec & Parks schedule for dates.

SUP Flow, Brown’s Island, Tredegar St.
Try something new with this floating yoga experience on the James River. Paddleboard basics and all materials are provided — you can also schedule a one-on-one session.

Humble Haven Yoga, 6980 Forest Ave.
Try out classes including Power Vinyasa, Yoga Build, and Power Up at this recently expanded studio. You can also check out special events and retreats.

YogaSix, 3920 W. Broad St., Ste. 105 (Scott’s Addition) and 1404 N. Parham Rd. K208 (Regency)
This Virginia chain of studios offers six core classes and encourages developing your practice through a loyalty program.

Foundation Flow at the Branch Museum, 2501 Monument Ave.
Instructor Erin Lingo leads a weekly pay-what-you-can class on Tuesdays at the museum at 5:30 p.m.


RVA Yoga Hang has events around Richmond with post-class perks.

Photo by @rvayogahang

If you’re looking to sweat

Hot Yoga Richmond, 3024 Stony Point Rd.
Richmond’s first hot yoga studio has been open since 2002 and offers classes including Bikram Yoga, Inferno Hot Pilates, and Yin Yoga.

The Hot Yoga Barre, 1601 Willow Lawn Dr., Ste. 200 (Willow Lawn) and 2061 Huguenot Rd. C (Midlothian)
Embrace the heat at this studio, which has two locations. Choose a drop-in rate or check out the class packages.

Hot House Yoga Midlothian, 14227 Midlothian Tpke.
If you’re a beginner, try out the Hot Stability or Hot Yin classes. There’s also Hot Flow for those more familiar with yoga.

If you want a mix of fitness options

BOHO Fit Studio, 127 W. Brookland Park Blvd.
Try out the power, vinyasa, or restorative yoga or check out a combination class that’ll include exercises like stretching, balance, and strength training.

TAOU Studio, 3122 W. Cary St., Ste. 220
This studio offers dance, breath, and sound meditation classes in addition to a variety of yoga classes. Bonus: Massage sessions are available and can be customized to your needs.

Niche Pilates Studio, 2309 W. Main St.
This studio focuses on pilates but also offers yoga classes from specialized instructors.

Zinger Fit, 445 North Ridge Rd.
Restorative, core, and vinyasa yoga classes are all on the agenda at this boutique fitness studio which also has HIIT, cycling, and barre workouts.

If you prefer personal training

The Well Personal Fitness, 8 N. Robinson St.
Get in tune with your practice with a private yoga session catered to your needs.

Well Into Life Massage & Bodywork, 2307 N. Parham Rd.
Sign up for a private or small group hatha, gentle, or restorative yoga class. Bonus: Check out the online sessions from instructor Ariana Khan.

The Yoga Shed, online
Take your pick of online classes or schedule a private in-person session with instructor Jane Ellington.

Did we miss your favorite local studio? Let us know and we may add it to the list.

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