Nina's Yoga and Wellness Studio holds classes for yoga practitioners from Cincinnati and the surrounding areas. It offers classes on various yoga styles, such as hatha, power flow, soul flow, and vinyasa. It also hosts sessions for yin yoga, which targets an individual's deep connective tissues, including bones, joints, fascia, and ligaments. Nina, one of the studio's yoga teachers, is a certified life and health coach. She maintains a passion for helping and teaching clients the benefits of yoga therapy through meditation and practice.
Practice Yoga Cincinnati is serving clients in the area. It provides various yoga classes, including vinyasa flow, power flow, grounded flow, and evening Hatha. It also offers restorative, recovery, yin, and Bootcamp sessions. Its classes conduct sun salutations as a warm-up or a main part of the practice. The classes provided are non-heated, heated, and warm. Moreover, the studio features two unisex bathrooms and showers. It was established eight years ago under the name, Simply Power Yoga.
Body Alive Oakley is a yoga and fitness studio that caters to residents of Cincinnati. It offers both traditional and heated yoga classes, such as hot pilates, power yoga, and introductory classes. The studio can host individual yoga sessions and class workouts, either with an instructor or a recorded video routine. Its facility comes with a dressing room and a locker room. Body Alive Oakley is a branch of Body Alive Fitness, which was founded by Stephanie Bain and employs ACE-certified instructors.
Embra is a yoga and wellness studio that caters to clients in Cincinnati. Its offers different types of yoga classes, including hot yin yoga, hot Vinyasa flow yoga, and hot yoga flow classes ending with 20-minute Yin restorative poses. It also offers slower-paced vinyasa flow yoga in the heated room, and community yoga, which is accessible to all levels. Its fusion classes include cardio barre, hot fusion Pilates, and hot Vinyasa barre. Additionally, the studio provides a six-month interactive teacher training program for those interested in teaching.
Sage Yoga Hot is a Cincinnati yoga studio that offers various classes, including vinyasa, yin, and power yoga styles. The studio is equipped with infrared heating panels for temperature control, as well as accessorial products like burning sage, Bala bangles, cork yoga mats, practice accessories, and natural food items. Aspiring instructors can contact Sage Yoga Hot to avail of its yoga teacher training program, which includes training in hot vinyasa, non-heated Hatha, yin, and restorative yoga.
Established in 2019, Hello Sunshine Yoga is a movement studio and community serving clients in Cincinnati and nearby areas. Its yin yoga classes target the deeper connective tissue of the joints to stimulate blood flow, relieve stress, and increase mobility. The studio also offers online classes. Hollie Nesbitt, the studio’s owner, is a barre fitness and aerial yoga teacher trainer. She has completed over 5,000 hours of teaching experience. Nesbitt also teaches prenatal yoga.
Founded by Henry Richardson, Define is a wellness studio that caters to clients in Cincinnati. Its classes provide a holistic lifestyle approach for clients, taking into consideration both body and mind. Its yoga, ball-rolling, and hammock classes help increase students' mobility and stability, protect the body from injury, improve athletic performance, and maintain a balanced metabolism. Define also offers core-focused whole-body workouts and an indoor cycling class. Richardson conceived Define's integrated body-mind concept through his own personal pain management.
Serving the metro and nearby areas, Mysore Cincinnati Ashtanga Yoga is an established shala and traditional institution that provides classes to people who are new to yoga. The facility uses an ashtanga metric, a type of practice for healing, daily, and therapeutic training. Mysore Cincinnati Ashtanga Yoga also offers the Mysore Cincinnati program, a single, comprehensive yoga practice that allows clients to move at their own pace and focus. One of its teachers, Kim Nietch, is known internationally by SYC/KPJAYI in the metro.
True Freedom Recovery Yoga is a not-for-profit yoga studio welcoming learners from all over Cincinnati. Dedicated to yoga philosophy, it offers a wide array of programs to help people from different backgrounds achieve health, contentment, and peace of mind. It has built a community of people interested in growing together and getting in touch with their true selves. The studio is an arm of A Policy of Caring, Inc. that facilitates training on the art of being alive.
The Yoga Groove is a studio that serves individuals in greater Cincinnati and beyond. The studio offers gentle and beginner classes that are inclusive and adaptable to most abilities plus gentle barre, and yin yoga. Classes are available in private and group sessions in studio or via Zoom. Its group classes are designed to help individuals gain strength, improve posture, learn focused breathing, and meditation. These classes also allow individuals to achieve improved physical and mental health through therapeutic yoga and improved self-care. Owner and instructor Sharon Byrnes has been teaching for over 30 years. She holds several designations, including YACEP, E-RYT 500, and CIAYT. She is an “Accessible Yoga Ambassador” and a senior teacher with Svastha Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda.
TriYoga with LQ is a Cincinnati studio in Mt. Lookout Square offering studio and online classes. Owner Laure Quinlivan teaches TriYoga, a form of flowing yoga suitable for all fitness levels, and other instructors lead gentle and Vinyasa yoga classes. Private sessions available. Our calm, boutique studio is the ideal place to stretch, strengthen and enjoy yoga for overall relaxation and meditation.