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Best Yoga Studios in Washington DC: There Is a Class for Everyone

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Washington, DC has a wide range of yoga classes to offer not only its residents but also those of the DMV area. Why not make use of them while coping with pandemic-related stress or just as a fun escape from daily worries? Whether you are an absolute beginner or you are well-experienced, make sure you check out our list of the District’s best yoga studios before you decide which one to sign up for.

Flow Yoga Center

Flow Yoga Center, located in Northwest DC, is one of the locals’ favorite places for yoga classes. With its team of world-class instructors, it offers a wide range of programs based on everyone’s needs.

There are more than 50 classes to choose from each week, so it is highly likely that you will find one that will fit your schedule. They have offerings for both newbies and experienced yoga enthusiasts, including their 200-hour yoga teacher training.

“Whether you’re in the mood for strong power yoga, sweat-inducing cardio barre or pilates, restorative gentle classes, or meditation (we’ve got all of them!) our schedule is packed with ways to help you feel your best,” Flow says on its website.

It also has a location on 14th Street, in addition to its P Street center.

Website: https://www.flowyogacenter.com/

Address: 1450 P Street, Northwest DC 20005 (b/t 14th & 15th Sts) — next door to the Whole Foods Market

Phone: (202)-462-3569

Lilomm Yoga:

Featuring inner voice facilitators, ayurvedic lifestyle counselors, holistic health coaches, death doulas, and wellness teachers on its team, Lilomm Yoga focuses on integrating the science of wellness into daily life to encourage liberation and awakening.

Their teachings include positive psychology, the Vedas, mystical Judaism, earth-based rituals and ceremony, somatic healing, and more.

It is an ideal place for those who are seeking to join yoga and meditation sessions with their spouse, partner or children. Child care is also available at the center while you are in classes. They offer prenatal and postnatal yoga classes, as well.

 

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Website: https://lilomm.com/

Address: 4708 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest DC 20016

Phone: (202)-248-6304

Corepower Yoga:

Corepower has a total of seven locations in the District of Columbia; in Adams Morgan, CityCenterDC, Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Glover Park, H Street, and Shaw. The Dupont Circle location has been frequently preferred by residents in the area.

Corepower is known for its heated, fast-paced yoga sessions that make participants sweat. Hence, newbies should be cautious if they don’t feel ready for an intense workout. It is recommended to go to this location as early as possible as it gets crowded very quickly. During COVID-19 crisis, the Dupont Circle studio does not accept walk-ins, so you need to reserve your class ahead of your visit.

Corepower requires customers to wear face coverings at all times in the studio, including during class — as the pandemic continues to pose a health risk. But class sizes are back to pre-pandemic levels. You can rent a yoga mat on-site, if you don’t bring one.

The studio also offers two weeks of free classes when you sign up for All Access Membership which includes 24/7 access to unlimited classes at any CorePower studio, and more.

 

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Website: https://www.corepoweryoga.com/yoga-studios/district-columbia/washington/dupont-circle

Address: 1150 Connecticut Avenue Northwest DC 20036

Phone: (202)-838-1244

Down Dog Power Yoga:

Down Dog Power Yoga aims at creating a yoga community that supports participants so that they can discover their own power toward their personal transformation. “Create the strongest version of yourself inside and out,” its motto says.

The business opened its first yoga studio in 2003 in Georgetown. It teaches Baptiste Power Yoga, which is a type of Vinyasa yoga with every pose dynamically flowing from one to the next.

Down Dog Power Yoga’s practice focuses on giving attendees emotional vitality and mental clarity, in addition to physical strength, by providing support for the needed motivation both through the instructors and the yoga community.

 

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Website: https://www.downdogyoga.com/

Address: 1229 34th Street Northwest DC 20007

Phone: (202)-965-9642

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