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Find your zen with our Indy yoga guide

Check out these 13 yoga studios around Indy, which offer yoga for beginners, hot yoga sessions, and even paddle board yoga.

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, the Circle City has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 13 yoga studios around Indy.

If you’re just getting started

Invoke Studio, 970 Fort Wayne Ave., Ste. C
Invoke has a month-long Intro to Yoga series for brand-new yoga students or those who would like to review the foundation of yoga. Beginning the first week of each month, the instructors will introduce you to basic alignment + breathing techniques in a non-competitive, fun, and relaxed atmosphere.

Irvington Wellness Center, 17 N. Layman Ave.
This neighborhood studio offers a four-week series called Energy Medicine Yoga for beginners. It’s an integrative practice that blends classic yoga postures with ancient energy medicine techniques to communicate with the body in its own language and innate wisdom.

Fountain Square Yoga, 1651 English Ave.
This community-based studio offers private sessions if the class setting just isn’t for you. Pro tip: New students get one month unlimited for $49.

Cityoga, 2442 Central Ave.
Reader Katie M. gave this yoga studio a shoutout for its inclusive, beginner-friendly environment with well-respected instructors. She said it has heated + non-heated options, and is reasonably priced.

Yoga instructor poses on the floor

You can take morning classes with Laura Drascic at Fountain Square Yoga.

If you want to connect with community

kOMpose Yoga, 6201 Winthrop Ave.
This Broad Ripple studio claims to be the friendliest in Indy. It offers a variety of classes in-studio, outside, and virtually. Pro tip: New students get 30 days for $49.

Studio You Yoga, 862 S. State Rd. 135, Greenwood
Southsiders, this studio is for you. It offers a variety of classes and workshops with a focus on creating a space for those of all experience levels and backgrounds to practice yoga. There’s a donation-based community yoga session on Sunday, Dec. 3 that will be offered as a way yogis can help those in the community with food or monetary donations. Pro tip: You can try 21 days of unlimited yoga for $30.

Pure Soul Paddle Board Yoga, Multiple locations
This local biz offers yoga on the water at the Downtown Canal, Lakefront at Keystone, and The Monon. Whether you’re new to yoga or paddle boarding, a session with Pure Soul offers a great way to explore mindful movement. Pro tip: Downtown Canal sessions are free, but you must enter a drawing for a chance to be selected.

Man does a yoga pose on a paddle board

Every week, 10 registrants are selected for a free paddle board session on the Canal.

If you’re looking to sweat

HOTWORX, 337 Mass Ave.
This is a 24-hour infrared fitness studio that offers hot yoga classes, as well as hot pilates, core, cycle, and other workouts if you want to change things up. Pro tip: When you sign up for more information about memberships, you get your first session free.

The Hot Room, Indianapolis + Fishers
You’ll definitely feel the heat at The Hot Room with its hot yoga training + heated fitness sessions. It also offers integrative wellness programs, comprehensive teacher trainings, innovative workshops, and global wellness retreats.

The Yoga Studio, 6245 N. College Ave.
This is a hot yoga studio featuring a dynamic, challenging style of yoga — however, there are no class levels, so beginners are welcome. Pro tip: New students get two weeks of unlimited yoga for $29 and receive 10% off any regularly priced package or retail purchase during the two weeks.

If you want a mix of fitness options

Myriad Yoga, 914 N. Capitol Ave.
This inclusive community offers more than just yoga — you can also try bootcamp, CrossFit, weightlifting, and personal training.

YogaSix, Indianapolis + Carmel
YogaSix is all about a sensory yoga experience that’s accessible to all. It offers six core classes: Y6 101, Y6 Restore, Y6 Slow Flow, Y6 Hot, Y6 Power, and Y6 Sculpt & Flow.

Taylor Made Wellness, 1000 E. Market St.
Just five minutes from Monument Circle, this locally-owned fitness center offers cycling, bootcamp, step aerobics, and 24/7 gym access in addition to its yoga classes.

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