'Tis the season to seek assistance whittling down pie thighs and fruitcake handles, and what better way to do this than to get bendy with your neighborhood yogis? Since yoga studios are like yoga pants (sometimes you have to try out quite a few to find the perfect fit), I've listed all the budget-friendly introductory specials I could find, to help you and your third eye find namaste nirvana. Om!
Bhoga down at this airy industrial district studio, which welcomes all skill levels to its hatha and vinyasa classes. If you’ve been out of the yoga game for a while, try the Align & Refine class. New students’ first month of unlimited classes is only $30.
This upscale Pearl District studio has a full schedule of power vinyasa and Pilates classes, workshops, trainings, a wellness center offering acupuncture, massage and naturopathy, and a delicious in-store cafe, Prasad. Newcomers can try the first two weeks of unlimited classes for $20.
Prep yourself for a lively vinyasa, hot yoga or “Hot Power Fusion” workout at this high energy Buckman studio. If you like to keep your sweating to a minimum, try the CorePower Yoga 1 classes. Curious yogis, get one week of unlimited classes free!
This pretty Division Street studio schedules a diverse lineup of vinyasa & hatha classes and workshops, AND happens to have the irresistible Little T bakery as a neighbor. (This is, I believe, what they call a win-win.) Newbies, get a tryout week of unlimited classes for only $20.
These friendly, cozy studios are laid back spots to hone your practice at the most affordable rates in the city. Walk-ins are $8 a class, and unlimited monthly memberships are only $60. (Bonus: The SE location is right next to Slappycakes, so you can reach sweet potato pancake enlightenment after your class.)
Operating under the motto “mind-bendin’, body-stretchin’, peace-providin’ yoga”, this popular Pearl District studio approaches yoga with a sense of humor, affordable rates, and an indifference to the letter g. Get in on the fun with the $38, 12 classes in 30-days intro special.
Downward dogging in a comfortable, brick-walled space in the heart of downtown, this welcoming studio is keen on inclusion, and all classes are donation based (suggested donation is $8-$12 per class).
Pranayama pros and novices alike, take off your shoes and come on in to this airy new Mt. Tabor yoga studio for vinyasa, hatha, kundalani and acro jam classes. Test the waters with an $8 Community Class.
Now the Shakti House, this relaxing yoga & Pilates studio in the Nostrana mini-mall on SE Morrison offers all sorts of classes (even aerial yoga!) 7 days a week, 365 days a year, so you can strike a pose anytime you please. With their Intro Pack deal, you can try 2 weeks of unlimited classes for only $20.