Healthy Mind, Healthy Body—4 Yoga Studios to Try in Portland

What’s your favorite yoga studio in Portland? Drop us a note and tell us why you love it (and why our readers will, too)  or try out one of these popular local studios recommended by Bridgeliner contributor Sarah Scrivens

1. FIRELIGHT YOGA (@firelightyoga)
1475 N Killingsworth St.

WHY IT’S AWESOME: Classes are offered from 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. during the week, and Katie Dipasquale’s Power Yoga Sculpt is a challenging full-body workout.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “It’s hard to find a yoga studio that you love in every aspect, but this one easily tops my list. They have a wide array of classes to choose from, both heated and regular rooms (they have 2 rooms btw). The hot yoga classes are my personal favorite though and I think it’s because it’s always set at the perfect room temp, regardless if the class is full or not. Hot Hatha and Hot Vinyasa are my go-to’s on weekday evenings and the instructors are great.” Rachel R. (Yelp)

 

2. LOVE HIVE YOGA (@lovehiveyoga)
1847 E Burnside St. and 5975 SE 52nd Ave.

WHY IT’S AWESOME: The class offerings include traditional options — but with a unique “hive” twist.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “All of the teachers are great. I have loved every class I have taken. Classes are affordable, I am challenged in many of the classes I take, and the environment is very welcoming.” – Rebecca G. (Yelp)

“It doesn’t get any sweeter than this!” Patrick S. (Yelp)

 

3. CIRCUS PROJECT (@thecircusproject)
1420 NW 17th Ave. #388

WHY IT’S AWESOME: This aerial yoga option involves a suspended fabric sling that helps you do traditional yoga postures in new ways.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “It was my first time trying Aerial yoga and they are beginner-friendly and offer modifications. It was an amazing experience. You really get to stretch out parts of your body you never can achieve with regular yoga.” Emily N. (Yelp)

 

4. UNFOLD PORTLAND (@unfoldportland)
3249 SE Division

WHY IT’S AWESOME: The studio accommodates “bigger bodies, younger bodies, challenged bodies and older bodies” – all are more than welcome here.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “I love their supportive and nurturing environment for body and mind. The teachers take the time to know the strengths and challenges for each student and offer modifications where needed. It’s reinforced that the practice is a very individual journey. I recommend Unfold for anyone seeking a fresh start.” —Stacey D. (Google reviews)

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