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4140 Lemmon Ave Ste 280, Dallas, TX | Directions 7521932.815560 -96.809684
Neighborhoods: Oak Lawn
YogaSport is AWESOME! – I have been practicing yoga in Dallas for about 2 years, and have worked with some amazing instructors and and some great studios.
YogaSport takes the cake however. The studio is nice, easy parking, and the instructors are fantastic. I always leave with a smile on my face knowing that I have been pushed to my limits, and with my practice enriched.
You simply must try this pace.
BEST Yoga Studio Around! – I have been to several studios in the Dallas and midcities area and make a 30-40 commute to practice because there is nowhere else like Yogasport. The teachers are incredible - knowledgeable, inspiring, and challenging. Yogasport provides a very challenging workout (you will sweat A LOT) and also ties physical, mental, and spiritual health together on the mat and off. Also, the studio has assistants in many classes who guide students in strengthening and lightening poses - LOVE THEM.
In response to other comments, yes you should bring a big towel and water, as you will sweat A LOT. I think this is a standard for any workout activity, but if you forget the studio has extras for rent/purchase.
Not worth the money - nickel and dime you – I went to try out this studio and forgot my mat and water. Well, I had to pay 2 dollars to borrow a mat, 1 dollar for a small towel and 1 dollar for a very small bottle of water. After using the mat for 5 minutes I was slipping and sliding all over it. The experience was terrible. I could have been hurt doing some of the poses and moves. If you are going to charge for equipment at least provide good equipment.
They are pushy about committing to a month or more pass and their workshops.
I will not being going here again.
best studio i have found in dallas – I moved from California a few months back so I had been trying a bunch of studios here. Most have a 10 day or one week special that you can try so you don't have to spend a ton of cash figuring out which one you like. I am glad studios here do that because I haven't seen that in many other cities.
Yogasport's special is the first week for $15. The first thing I noticed when I walked in was the vibe. The walls are a fun and funky purple (studio is green), there are friendly faces everywhere and someone that goes there asked me if I was new and showed me the ropes. I was shocked. Usually it's pretty intimidating to go into a new place in Dallas. I was born in Cali so I am still getting used to the feel here.
Anyway, the practice is called Baptiste which I had never tried before. It was great. It's consistent and it's reliable but it's not as predictable as ashtanga or bikram. The teachers really push you to do everything that you can but they are not pushy or drill like. They are great motivators.
-great schedule for 9-5ers
-small business feel but professional (website rocks)
-clean and doesn't stink
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