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There's more to Philadelphia than just Philly cheese steaks. It's also become the city for yoga. Whether you're traveling or you live there, there are plenty of yoga studios to check out in Philadelphia. Their yoga studios are perfect for both newbies and yoga aficionados. Each of these studios will help you find your flow and feel centered in the middle of this incredibly busy city.

Philly Yoga FactoryPhoto: Expertise.com

Philly Yoga Factory, originally named CPY, originated in 2015. The name change happened after they relocated in Rittenhouse and offered daily yoga classes. Don't be scared off by the steep prices because it's well worth it. This yoga studio has immaculate locker rooms, spacious studios, and upbeat instructors. They have a wide range of classes from Core Power Yoga to Hot Power Fusion. Newbies can enjoy a free week at their studio.

Torc Yoga

This yoga studio located in the Old City is more chill than the Philly Yoga Factory. It's a great studio if you just want to unwind and stretch after a long day. It's not all about relaxation though. There are some classes that have dynamic and high-octane moves.

Not only will you build up your strength, but you'll sweat a lot in these heated classes. The owners have been able to convert non-yogis. There's a class for everyone here. Whether you thrive on sun salutations or you're a yoga lover, the Torc Yoga studio on Second Street will greet you with a Vinyasa that's designed for you.

The Yoga Garden

The Yoga Garden is located in South Street. It offers a wide variety of yoga classes, including Power Yoga, Vinyasa, and Yin Yoga. This studio aims to improve your alignment and awareness so that you will get the most out of your yoga practice. Once you enter the studio, the scent of essential oils and the sound of water flowing will take over.

D Gary Young was the founder of Young Living Essential Oils. These oils are an important part of your yoga practice. Not only do they help you relax, but they also help you focus on your practice. This friendly and non-competitive environment allows you to learn yoga at your own pace.

It's a personalized approach to yoga that doesn't feel intimidating. The instructors take the time to get to know their students. New students are always welcomed at this studio. The Yoga Garden wants you to focus on the little things instead of the athleticism of yoga.

Priya Hot Yoga

Into hot yoga? Then you'll fit right in at this studio. It's the perfect studio for aspiring yogis as their instructors guide you through the entire process. Their studio isn't as hot as others, which is good for those who are nervous about the experience.

They have plenty of themed yoga classes that take place in their classrooms, which look like a work of art. It's a safe place for those who want to learn about the essentials of yoga. Their $40 per month package includes unlimited hot yoga, which is hard to pass up.

Wake Up Yoga

This yoga studio has plenty of locations in Fairmount, South Philly, and Rittenhouse. It's impossible not to find a yoga studio in the Philly area. Wake Up Yoga offers Vinyasa and Yin Yoga in their brightly-lit and clean spaces. These studios are cooler than the others mentioned on this list. You won't sweat during any of their classes. You can even cool down in some of their restorative classes if that's more your speed.

Sanctuary Yoga & Mindfulness


This studio teaches you about mindfulness and yoga. This bright studio is hard to miss due to its brightly-lit location in Center Studio. Sanctuary's goal is to promote peace and calm while letting the light into your life. Their classes are affordable, and they offer a wide range of meditation classes and workshops, depending on your experience level.

Dawn Castell is a budding entrepreneur. After graduating with her MBA, she spent a few years working in the CPG industry and a few more working in the business tech industry before she set off to start her own business. She has been consulting with businesses, large and small, on the side ever since.

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