Looking to get fit but find inner peace while doing so? The answer is simple: visit one of North Dakota’s many excellent yoga studios. Not only will they help you center yourself, they’ll give you the opportunity to meet new people and gain some flexibility as well as other health benefits. Here are the 10 best yoga studios in the state.
Consider the Spirit Room your one-stop shopping destination when it comes to all things contemplative. At the business, you will find weekly yoga and meditation classes, as well as special speakers, writer’s events, and even art. The yoga classes are diverse, ensuring you will find exactly what you are looking for.
Mojo Fit Studios offers a variety of yoga classes for both adults and children. Trained professionals will guide you through one of several types of yoga, including heated vinyasa flow, beginner flow, prenatal yoga, sculpt, Pilates, and yoga therapy.
If you are looking for hot yoga, FIT is the place for you. The studio offers classes that will fit your schedule and level of experience. Beginners are welcome. The studio is specifically designed for hot yoga, giving you a one-of-a-kind experience.
Whether you are a beginner or a yoga master, Transitions has a class for you. Special events are held regularly and discount pricing is available. Bring the entire family.
Yoga for You celebrates the fact that “everyone is unique and each person has individual skill levels,” ensuring that you will find the perfect class. They teach beginner to advanced yoga, gentle to power yoga, and even hot yoga during the winter. A variety of specialty classes and workshops are also available throughout the year.
WillowLife has a variety of classes designed to strengthen the mind, body, and spirit. In particular, they offer Yoga Asana classes, Restorative Yoga, and Reiki and Healing Touch services. Trained professionals will match your experience and comfort level with the class that is right for you.
Founded by Marissa Mihelich, New Love Yoga is the perfect studio if you are looking for smaller, more intimate classes. Specialty classes include Ashtanga, Mala Magic, Couples Yoga, and Prenatal Yoga. Speakers and yoga-related workshops are held regularly as well.
Another smaller yoga studio, Yogify U was created to spread the healing powers of yoga throughout the community. Classes include Hatha Flow, Hot Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Hot Yasa, and Iron Yasa. Special lunch-time classes as well as classes for men are also held on a weekly basis.
5 Element specializes in Yoga, Thai Massage, and Ayurveda. They also offer classes that pertain to the practice of Vedic Earth medicine. The website includes a very informational blog and special events, workshops, and retreats are scheduled regularly.
A hot yoga studio that recently opened a second location in Grand Forks, Haute Yogis is the place to go if you are looking for an experience that both challenges you and invigorates you. The studio’s classes include Vinyasa Flow, Haute Yoga Barre, Power Vinyasa, Haute Yoga Sculpt & Shred, and Kick Cardio Barre.