Where to Find Yoga Styles in NYC & Long Island
An ancient yoga practice that focuses on breath and asanas (physical postures) along with chanting, meditation and singing.
Hari NYC is a cozy space, online and in person, to study and create. Dedicated to providing holistic endurance training for mind and body, Hari NYC is a space for self-inquiry, creativity and rejuvenation.
140 W. 30th St., NYC (between 6th and 7th Aves.)
In the U.S., hatha describes a particular type of yoga class that's typically slow-paced with a focus on proper alignment.
Integral Yoga’s goal is to promote peace in the individual and in the world. It promotes yoga for personal and spiritual development.
227 W. 13th St., NYC (between 7th and 8th Aves.)
A dynamic, flowing style with movements coordinated with the breath. Poses flow from one to another without rest in between.
Stanton Street Yoga is a healing sanctuary and yoga community in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Placing emphasis on personal growth and empowerment, its classes, workshops and trainings facilitate students waking up to their true self, soul purpose and an inner happiness that isn’t swayed by the external circumstance.
196A Stanton St., NYC
Hot Yoga (Bikram)
This style features a sequence of set poses that do not change in a sauna-like room—typically set to 105 degrees and 40 percent humidity.
Hot Yoga Chelsea Bikram-inspired classes are taught in a clean and spacious yoga studio in Midtown Manhattan, near Flatiron District/NOMAD area. Certified Yoga instructors are experienced in guiding practitioners of all experience levels.
115 W. 27th St., NYC
Yoga for 12 Step Recovery. Classes are by donation, and all are welcome. To find an online or in person class in your area, visit Y12SR.com.
Gentler than many of the other yoga types, restorative yoga typically includes props to help perform poses for long periods of time. Its focus is complete body relaxation.
The Bhakti Center is a center of authentic learning and a great place to meet new people, make lasting relationships and find inspiration and support on one’s spiritual path.
25 First Ave., NYC
- B.K.S Iyengar