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Artemis Yoga

Watertown, MA 02472
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Artemis Yoga is a locally owned studio located in Watertown offering yoga to people of all areas of Boston. Practitioners of all age and experience levels are welcomed, with special classes for beginners offered regularly. Introductory rates are available, as well as unlimited memberships and 10 class packs, in addition to drop-in rates. The studio also offers private classes for individuals as well as groups and can be arranged with the studio fit your schedule.

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5.0 / 5 (30)
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5.0 / 5 (18)
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4.8 / 5 (13)

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4 Corners Yoga + Wellness

336 Washington Street, Dorchester, MA 02121
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4 Corners Yoga + Wellness sprung from the 10 x 10 foot shared space by its cofounders Christine Rose and Karuna O'Donnell. The yoga studio services Boston and nearby areas and aims to provide a complete wellness solution for the community and focuses on health, healing, and peace of mind. They offer classes on various types of yoga such as Yin Yoga, Forrest Yoga, Foundations Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, and other classes for varying skill levels of yoga practitioners.

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5.0 / 5 (32)
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5.0 / 5 (30)

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Amy Leydon

376 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
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  • Power Yoga
  • Private Lessons

Business Description

Amy Leydon is a yoga instructor in Boston with almost 20 years of teaching experience. She offers both community and private classes for clients of all skill levels. Amy covers restorative, recovery, slow flow, and vinsaya yoga. She also plays music with all her classes to synchronize poses and movements. She hosts interstate yoga retreats and excursions to countries like Mexico. Amy is a certified postural and movement analyst that provides private yoga therapy for muscle pains and posture conditions.

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Asana Charlestown

20 City Square, Charlestown, MA 02129
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  • Restorative Yoga
  • Ashtanga

Business Description

Asana Charlestown is a yoga studio that serves clients in the Boston area. It provides various yoga classes, including Ashtanga fundamentals, slow flow, restorative, and yoga flow with sound meditation. It also offers barre, Pilates, sweat and sculpt, and barre sweat sessions. Its classes can be held online, in-studio, or outdoor. One of its instructors, Anna Saluti, trained as a ballet dancer for more than 10 years before venturing into the yoga industry in 2006.

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5.0 / 5 (9)
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4.8 / 5 (9)
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4.5 / 5 (4)

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Balans Wellness Studio

216 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116
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Balans Wellness Studio has been in the business since 2010, promoting a lifestyle for a healthier life in Boston. The yoga studio aims to guide customers in achieving their goal of a balanced mind and body through its services. Believing that everyone is welcome to do yoga, even the injured and the elderly, it specializes in providing highly integrated yoga sessions that focus on posture and alignment. In addition, the studio also offers small group classes for kids.

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5.0 / 5 (3)

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Baptiste Power Yoga Boston

25 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02445
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  • Power Yoga

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Baptiste Power Yoga Boston teaches three practices and techniques of Baptiste Yoga: asana yoga, meditation, and self-inquiry. The studio, which is one of only two Baptiste studios in the world, aims to help students tone and strengthen their bodies. Its classes are conducted in heated rooms, and students of different levels are accommodated with options to modify and intensify the poses. The studio also offers 200-hour teacher training and workshops. Its co-owner, Naima Workman, has been teaching Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga since 2010.

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4.8 / 5 (62)
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4.9 / 5 (32)
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4.5 / 5 (12)

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Boston Yoga Union

1112 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215
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Founded by Tim Kelleher and Emily Tevald, Boston Yoga Union provides yoga classes to the community of Boston and its surrounding areas. It offers in-studio and Zoom classes and also has available yoga materials if needed. Additionally, it is home to three studios and a community space, where yoga enthusiasts can hang out, relax, and connect. The teachers at the studio strive to respect each individual's personal preferences because they prioritize their students’ wellness.

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5.0 / 5 (14)
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5.0 / 5 (9)
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5.0 / 5 (6)

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Down Under School of Yoga - Cambridge

2000 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140
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Down Under School of Yoga - Cambridge is considered as among the premier schools providing yoga classes to customers in Boston and the surrounding areas for over 10 years. The studio is home to 60 teachers who eagerly and competently guide and encourage yoga students in every class. Beginners and seasoned yoga practitioners are welcome to the studio. The studio covers a variety of yoga techniques, such as Iyengar yoga. In addition, the studio also offers classes in Spanish.

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4.0 / 5 (37)

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Evolve Power Yoga

416 West Broadway, Boston, MA 02127
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  • Power Yoga

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Evolve Power Yoga is a neighborhood studio in Boston that offers a wide array of yoga classes for practitioners of all levels. The studio has over 20 weekly classes which are available in-studio and via live stream. Class types include heated vinyasa and Soulful Sundays, two varying types of yoga that cater to different kinds of needs. The studio also offers yoga workshops for beginners, runners, and gym goers. Evolve Power Yoga's instructors have completed teacher training education and are certified by Yoga Alliance.

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4.4 / 5 (16)
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5.0 / 5 (2)
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Instrumental Yoga

3611 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02130
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Instrumental Yoga is a yoga studio in Boston founded by Berklee College of Music graduate, composer, musician, and yoga instructor Brian Stern, who had taken inspiration from the way practicing yoga had helped him manage chronic pain which had been impacting his ability to play instruments, and hopes to share his love yoga to others. It teaches the traditional Hatha Yoga method, which is suited to beginners and experienced students. It also offers classes on Family Yoga and Yin Yoga.

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JP Centre Yoga

670 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
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  • Restorative Yoga

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JP Centre Yoga is a local, independent, and community-minded studio located in Jamaica Plain. Since 2012, its diverse teaching team has been offering various class styles for students of all levels, from heat-building vinyasa flow to nervous system-nourishing restorative yoga. Informed by the queer, WOC, and immigrant identities of founders Daniel Max and Sejal Shah, the small business supports inclusivity and accessibility by providing a variety of packages and fostering a non-competitive environment. Additionally, through its BIPOC Fellowship program, it provides training and support to aspiring yoga teachers in Boston.

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4.0 / 5 (46)
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4.9 / 5 (13)

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Lotus Yoga Studio

191 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02474
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  • Private Lessons
  • Teach Training

Business Description

Lotus Yoga Studio is serving clients in the Boston area. It offers in-studio, live stream, and outdoor yoga classes, which include ashtanga, all levels flow, strength and conditioning flow, and restorative. It also offers an introduction to yoga, chakra, health and wellness coaching, and meditation sessions. The studio promotes ecological sustainability by recycling and repurposing materials, using refillable water bottles, and producing eco-friendly products. Owner Lauren Farenga possesses more than 10 years of experience as a yoga teacher and therapist.

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5.0 / 5 (14)
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5.0 / 5 (4)
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On the Mat

30 Monument Square, Concord, MA 01742
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  • Teach Training

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On The Mat has been serving a range of clients from Boston since 2002. From those with no experience to veteran yoga students, the studio offers classes for any level. Included in its offerings is a class that is for athletes and anyone struggling with flexibility. Its slow-flowing classes cultivate balance and peace, and flow classes build strength and flexibility. The studio also offers children's yoga classes with age-appropriate meditation techniques. On The Mat offers outdoor classes in addition to its in-studio and virtual ones.

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Open Doors Yoga Dorchester Studio

960 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02122
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  • Restorative Yoga
  • Power Yoga

Business Description

Open Doors Yoga Dorchester Studio is a business serving clients in Boston and the surrounding areas. The Dorchester franchise has a 13-person team whose classes include vinyasa and Ayurveda yoga and who can also organize workshops. Open Doors was founded by Richard Lanza, who has more than 40 years of experience in yoga and other holistic health practices. The studio started out as a book and gift store in 1992 before expanding and offering franchises in 2011.

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4.5 / 5 (30)
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4.6 / 5 (28)
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4.6 / 5 (15)

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Roots Yoga Studio

Burlington, MA 01803
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Roots Yoga Studio, founded in 2012, serves the Boston area with classes and workshops for people of all ages and is located in Burlington. Roots was recently voted the #1 healthy club and studio in Burlington by the readers of Wicked Local. The studio offers classes for beginners and those with limited mobility, as well as intermediate level classes, Heated Yoga, early morning classes, Power Yoga, Slow Flow classes, Vinyasa Yoga, and Yoga Pilates.

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4.9 / 5 (59)
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5.0 / 5 (21)
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4.8 / 5 (6)
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Sutra Studio

250 Jackson Street, Lowell, MA 01852
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  • Power Yoga

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Sutra Studio offers a variety of yoga sessions that are designed to fit the lifestyle and fitness levels of Boston residents. Its classes include power, vinyasa, introspective kundalini, gentle, and restorative yoga. It helps its students develop mindfulness through guided meditation practices and unguided quiet times. It complements its meditation sessions with sound experiences that use crystal singing bowls, single instruments, and sacred metals. It employs experienced therapists that offer wellness services such as energetic healing, reiki, massage, and alternative therapies.

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Swetstudio

480 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116
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Swetstudio is a community-minded local studio that offers classes and sessions on aerial yoga in Boston. Aerial yoga is a technique made for athletes and gymnasts and now incorporates various other workouts such as yoga, pilates, dance, and calisthenics. It offers several classes from fundamental beginner aerial yoga classes to intermediate classes. Some of the intermediate classes it offers involve yoga in a silk hammock, barre in a hammock, and aerial power flow in a hammock.

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4.9 / 5 (62)

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The Corner Studio

379 Main Street, Medford, MA 02155
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  • Restorative Yoga

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The Corner Studio is a Medford yoga studio that covers clients in the Boston area. Established in 2013, it employs 16 different yoga instructors for both group-based and individual classes. They cover different styles such as yin, restorative, slow flow, and conditioning yoga. The studio also provides specific yoga classes for runners and first-time practitioners. Additionally, it offers private and corporate yoga workshops for business owners and their employees. The Corner Studio collaborates with two massage therapists, Donna Rain and Sherman Hawke, to provide full-body massages.

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Universal Power Yoga

Boston, MA 02062
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Universal Power Yoga in Norwood, teaches yoga classes in the Boston area. The studio offers classes for adults and children that run concurrently so that members may practice at the same time as their children. Drop-ins are welcome, and the studio offers monthly memberships as well as passes for five, ten, and twenty classes. Classes are available seven days a week and range from early morning to evening classes to allow people with busy schedules.

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Yoga Moves

Stoneham, MA 02180
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Yoga Moves is a studio in Stoneham offering classes for all ages and experience levels in Boston. In addition to classes, teacher training is available, as well as workshops specializing in a variety of yoga styles and practices. Memberships include both fixed and unlimited levels, in addition to community classes funded by donations. Heated rooms and regular rooms are available for both classes and private instruction.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Introduction

Yoga is a type of physical exercise that has been practiced for over 5,000 years. It originated in southeast Asia and was first practiced as a way for individuals to bring balance to mind, body, and spirit. Yoga has long been associated with spirituality, and many instructors close out classes with guided meditations.

Today's yoga differs from its early beginnings, as instructors incorporate more physical exercise to help students get in shape and lose weight. Power yoga is one example of a newer type of yoga meant for physical fitness. Types of yoga include Hatha, a relaxing practice, Kundalini, a practice designed to ignite internal energy, and Vinyasa, which utilizes multiple poses.

What is yoga?

Yoga is a physical practice that's deeply established in Indian culture and philosophy. The practice consists of physical poses and breathing techniques designed to bring the mind and body together, promote relaxation, and strengthen the muscles. In today's world, many people practice yoga for both relaxation and physical fitness.

What does yoga mean?

The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit root yuj, which translates to unite or yoke. This means to bring the mind, body, and spirit together. People have practiced yoga for thousands of years. The main objective of the practice is to promote inner peace and balance, and many practitioners utilize yoga to get in shape both physically and mentally.

Where did yoga originate?

Yoga originated in the northwestern regions of Southeast Asia over 5,000 years ago. Soapstone seals and fossil remains found by researchers featured yogic symbols and were believed to be related to the Indus Saraswati valley civilization. Gurus taught yoga and focused on its spiritual rituals, with poses such as the Sun Salute, in which practitioners honor the sun.

What is the difference between yoga and Pilates?

While yoga and Pilates are both a type of low-impact exercise, the practice of yoga is based on spiritual and meditative principles, and Pilates is more focused on engaging and strengthening the body's core. Pilates does incorporate some yoga techniques, including deep breathing and stretching.

What is goat yoga?

Goat yoga is a form of yoga in which students and practitioners perform common poses while goats roam around. Goats sometimes stand on students' backs and stomachs during poses, such as plank and child's pose. The practice was invented on a farm in Oregon, and the goats offer a calming presence during class.

Is yoga good for you?

Yoga offers a wide range of benefits, including increased relaxation, a mind and body connection, and strengthened muscles. Many students experience strong feelings of inner peace during poses and meditations at the end of each session, and yoga can also aid in weight loss and pain reduction.

Does yoga help you lose weight?

Yoga helps people lose weight by lowering cortisol levels in the body. Cortisol is a stress hormone that's linked to weight gain in the abdominal area. Yoga also promotes mindfulness, which helps students and practitioners focus on healthier eating habits. Additionally, yoga helps strengthen muscles, which in turn can lead to a leaner figure.

Is yoga a good workout?

Yoga classes offer a good workout by toning the muscles throughout the body, similar to weight training. Students are required to hold yoga poses for extended lengths of time, which helps increase muscle endurance. Vinyasa yoga raises the heart rate, which improves calorie burn.

What does yoga help with?

Yoga helps promote relaxation and reduce stress, and it helps tone and elongate muscles. Holding yoga poses for extended amounts of time helps students achieve balance throughout the body, and different poses can help ease muscle tension by gently stretching the muscles. Deep breathing in yoga helps increase blood flow, and inverted poses improve blood flow to the extremities.

What does yoga do for your body?

Yoga is a beneficial practice that helps the body in many ways. Deep breathing techniques utilized during poses help people become balanced and focused, while stretches help soothe muscles and release tension. Poses, such as Downward Dog and Warrior, elongate and strengthen the arm and leg muscles, and meditation at the end of practice helps promote restful sleep.

How to do yoga?

To perform a Forward Fold pose, students first stand up straight and then bend down towards the floor using the hips and waist. Downward Dog pose starts with a forward fold, followed by walking the arms further away from the shoulders until the arms and legs are at opposite angles. Corpse pose consists of lying flat on the back with arms at the sides.

What should I wear to yoga?

When attending a yoga class, it's always a good idea to wear comfortable, breathable clothes. Many sporting goods stores sell workout gear specifically designed for yoga, including pants, tops, and yoga socks that easily grip bare flooring. Some students also prefer to go barefoot during yoga class.

What should I wear to hot yoga?

Indoor temperatures during a hot yoga class can range between 80 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit, so it's important to wear breathable clothing. T-shirts over tank tops are also a good idea, as layers can be removed as the body warms up.

How do you clean a yoga mat?

Yoga mats should be cleaned by hand with mild soap and warm water, then thoroughly rinsed to prevent soap residue buildup. Another option is to submerge the mat in warm, soapy water. Once dried, you can also spray the yoga mat with disinfectant spray to freshen it up and eliminate potential lingering germs and bacteria.

How much do yoga instructors make?

The pay rate for yoga instructors varies greatly depending on the type of yoga classes being taught, experience levels, and price points dictated by yoga practitioners. In general, a yoga teacher's salary at a yoga studio ranges between $31 and $35 per hour.

How does someone become a yoga instructor?

To become a yoga instructor, one must first complete a yoga teacher training course or YTTC. There are several course programs ranging from 200 to 500 total hours. Once certified, yoga instructors can train students as independent contractors, work in gyms, and open their own yoga studios. Since there are several types of yoga, instructors can build their skill sets with continuing education courses.

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