MINNEAPOLIS (Hoodline) — Want to know where to go when it comes to yoga in Minneapolis? Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned pro, the city boasts lots of popular yoga options to sample in and around Minneapolis.
To find the top yoga studios in the area, Hoodline analyzed data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass to identify which studios are the most popular. Read on for the results.READ MORE: North Shore Residents Embrace Snow Amid Frigid Cold
(Bonus: You can try them all out if you’re a member of ClassPass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings.)
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100 W. 46th St., Solomon’s Porch Building, Kingfield
“Yoga Sanctuary is a non-profit, holistic studio, offering a place of respite and integration for your body, mind and spirit,” states the business’s profile on ClassPass. “They seek to teach fun, relational yoga every day. The practice of yoga explains that everything you need for peace and wholeness is already inside you; but living and practicing yoga is best done in the context of a supportive community.”
Read reviews of the offerings at Yoga Sanctuary on ClassPass here.
4325 Nicollet Ave., Kingfield
“At Up Yoga their mission is to empower you to generate connections, take action and be a leader in your own life,” according to the business’s ClassPass profile. “They get sweaty, messy and vulnerable, on and off the mat. They are smart, sassy, loving, driven, goal-oriented, badass yogis and they always welcome everyone with open arms.”
Learn more about the selection of classes at Up Yoga on ClassPass here.
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3336 E. 25th St., Seward
“Big River Yoga is a local, independently owned yoga studio,” according to the business’s ClassPass profile. “Their mission is to awaken the consciousness of people to realize their interconnection. They offer a variety of yoga classes for beginners, continuing and advanced students.”
Read reviews of the classes at Big River Yoga on ClassPass here.
1722 N. James Ave., Near North
“Each class offered at Northside Yoga is welcome to all experience levels,” per the business’s ClassPass profile. “Yes – that includes beginners! No need to sign-up ahead of time, just show up a few minutes before class starts in comfortable clothing.”
See what people are saying about the selection of classes at Northside Yoga on ClassPass here.
Twin Town Fitness
723 W. 26th St., Lowry Hill East
“Small classes, coaches who know you, and workouts that meet you where you are,” per the business’s ClassPass profile. “You can go to any gym and get a hard workout. Their goal is to push the members of their community to be the happiest, strongest, and most confident people they can be.”MORE NEWS: Girl Gifts Comforting 'Prairie Bears' To All Patients At Youth Psychiatric Hospital
See what people are saying about the classes at Twin Town Fitness on ClassPass here.