beyoutiful HOT YOGA is a “family-owned and operated yoga studio serving the communities of East Wenatchee, Wenatchee, Leavenworth, and Spokane.” All classes are taught in a heated room, which warms the muscles to prevent injuries and allows for a deeper workout. Other benefits of hot yoga include the “elimination of waste and toxins,” muscle toning, balance improvement, weight loss, stress reduction, and increased flexibility. Classes include Hatha, power, Vinyasa, sculpt, and yin yoga. The studio also offers a 30-minute, room-temperature class for kids, and adults can take advantage of an aerial class.
Spokane, WA(509) 703-8875
Center of Calm is a Spokane locally owned company offering healing through holistic modalities such as acupressure, yoga, tai chi, and Reiki. The owner and lead practitioner is an Asian Healing Arts specialist, a licensed acupressure massage therapist, and has a Master’s Degree in holistic health education and 30 years of practical experience. Yoga classes are offered in a “rejuvenating, meditative style that calls on the mind and spirit to support the physical postures.” Individual yoga classes are $10 each, and private and semi-private instruction is available upon request.
Spokane, WA(509) 953-6372
Coil in Spokane is a “modern yoga and fusion belly dance studio seeking to offer space for a wide variety of classes, performances, artistic endeavors, and creative collaborations.” The studio teaches classes in Vinyasa flow, beginners, power flow, yin, and Bhakti yoga. Individual yoga classes are $14, while a five-class pass is $65 and a 10-class pass is $120. Special deals include the “Trifecta Package” for $250, which allows customers to try aerial, belly dance, and yoga classes, and an introductory package for new clients offering two weeks of unlimited yoga for $25. All of the studio’s co-owners are 200-hour certified yoga teachers.
Spokane, WA(509) 251-6467
Harmony Yoga is a Spokane studio offering classes in Vinyasa flow, Hatha, Yin, restorative, and prenatal yoga. The instructors’ “compassionate style of teaching includes individualized instruction, with manual adjustments to facilitate a deeper understanding of the postures.” Props are used for support whenever needed, and a new student introductory offer is available that includes five classes for $30. Single classes are $15, while a five-class pass is $65, and a 12-class pass is $132. An unlimited monthly membership costs $120 per month. The studio also offers yoga classes for kids for $12 each. Students with student ID and senior citizens aged 65 and up are eligible for discount memberships.
Spokane, WA(509) 747-4430
Lila is a Spokane company offering candlelight Vinyasa yoga classes at 12 pm and 6 pm on Monday through Thursday and at 12 pm on Saturdays. Individual classes are $15 each. An experimental yoga teacher training and immersion program for 200 and 500 hours is also available for yoga practitioners who wish to learn ancient and modern yoga practices, philosophy, and mythology, subtle yogic anatomy, and other topics. In a client testimonial, the studio is described as paying full “attention to all aspects of a holistic practice” and as dedicated to “nurturing new teachers.”
Spokane, WA(509) 443-5049
Spokane Yoga Shala is an “all inclusive studio dedicated to providing a variety of quality yoga” in Spokane. The studio’s mission is to “promote the study and practice of yoga as a discipline in and of itself, or as a supplement to life’s other passions.” Classes range from 60 to 90 minutes and include an assortment of styles such as Kundalini Flow, Hot Core 26, Ashtanga Yoga, Creative Vinyasa, Mindful Body, and Yin Yoga. Special deals include three months of unlimited yoga for $138 for college students with ID, and two weeks of unlimited yoga for $20 for new students. A 200-hour, power Vinyasa yoga teacher training program is available for $2,200 and runs for five months.
Spokane, WA(509) 838-0545
Sunflower Yoga in Spokane Valley offers “hatha yoga classes in the Iyengar tradition” with “clear, in-depth instruction.” Small class sizes enable individualized attention and suit all body types, level of ability, and yoga philosophies. The owner and lead instructor is Iyengar-certified and is described in a client testimonial as a “shining example of excellent instructional skills.” Some of the hallmarks of the Iyengar method include “precise instruction with careful attention to alignment” and the use of props to position the body correctly. Gentle, level one, and level two classes are offered. The instructor is also available for private yoga instruction at $65 per hour.
Spokane Valley, WA(509) 535-7369
The Mellow Monkey Yoga Studio opened its doors in 2007 “in response to a need for safe, quality yoga instruction in Spokane Valley.” The company offers a variety of yoga styles including gentle and flow. Yoga teacher training is also available for instructors and yoga practitioners. The company welcomes people of all ages and yoga experience, including people with “busy lives, injuries, hip replacements, neck fusions, crazy schedules, and chubby bellies.” The first class is free for new customers, who are encouraged to begin with gentle yoga, yoga for everyone, or yoga for healing classes. The facility can be rented for yoga parties, with an hourly rental rate of $35 or a full day rate of $200. A minimum rental of three hours is required, and a customized yoga class can be added to any event for an additional $60.
Spokane Valley, WA(509) 270-0001
The Union Studios in Spokane offers spin, yoga, and suspension training TRX classes. Single classes in any discipline are $16, while a five-class pack is $70 and a 10-class pack is $130. Unlimited yoga, spin, and TRX memberships are offered at $130 per month. Students and active military with ID are eligible for an in-studio discount of 20%. All classes can be booked online, and the classes start as early as 5:45 am or as late as 7:30 pm.
Spokane, WA(509) 838-7625
Training Ground features small class sizes of up to 15 students to provide individualized attention, an energetic environment with encouraging instructors and safe equipment, and a unique location in Spokane’s South Hill. Yoga, fusion, cycle, row, and aerial classes are available. Yoga classes are designed to “improve physical and mental strength and agility” and feature quiet meditation music and pop music. The first class is free for new customers, and single classes cost $15. A one-month individual membership is $139 and provides access to unlimited classes. The company is involved with the community through CancerCare Northwest, offering restorative yoga to cancer patients. Free childcare is provided Monday through Friday.
Spokane, WA(509) 808-1459
Wild Walls in Spokane is the “premier indoor climbing gym and yoga studio in the inland Northwest.” In addition to indoor climbing facilities, the gym features a yoga studio that offers a variety of classes that alternate every week. Intro to Flow is offered on Mondays, Power Yoga is offered on Wednesdays and Thursdays, Weekend Yoga is offered on Saturdays and Sundays, and Acro Yoga is offered on Sundays. All yoga classes are included with the purchase of a gym membership. Individual classes cost $12 per class, a five-class pass costs $48, and a 10-class pass costs $85.
Spokane, WA(509) 455-9596
Yarrow is a Spokane hot yoga and wellness studio offering classes, “cutting-edge bodywork, energy work, physical therapy,” and yoga retail products. Classes are suitable for all levels of experience and are conducted in a “clean, healing environment” by “well-trained instructors and practitioners.” Bikram hot yoga is offered in a 108-degree room for either 60 or 90 minutes. An introductory rate for 30 days of unlimited yoga is $40, individual classes are $15, unlimited one-week passes are $30, and unlimited monthly memberships cost $120. Students and active military with ID and seniors over 60 years old are eligible for special discounts.
Spokane, WA(509) 413-2215