Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, TBAY has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 13 yoga studios around Tampa + St. Pete.
If you’re just getting started
Jai Dee Yoga & Wellness, 5610 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa
Head to the Seminole Heights spot to start your yoga journey. The studio offers beginner hatha yoga classes which teach the basics of mindful breathing, using props, and postures. You can also book massages, cupping, gua sha, and essential oil treatments at this wellness wonder.
Yoga Six, Various locations
Try out a free class or opt in for a membership at this jack-of-all trades yoga studio. The franchise’s instructors will provide you with a strong foundation in their basics flow + restore and slow flows before you move on to the studio’s hot, power, and sculpt classes. Y6 also sells yoga mats, towels, and other equipment at each studio, just in case you forget your bag.
Bella Prãna Collective, 1112 W. Platt St., Tampa
From its yoga for men workshops to beginner classes and gentle flows, this studio truly has something for every aspiring yogi. Test out an unlimited pass for your first month, then choose from class packages or monthly membership options.
If you want to connect with community
Namaste by the Bay, Midtown Commons + varying locations
Every Wednesday, Alexandra leads a free class right in the heart of Tampa’s Midtown Commons — so you can grab drinks or a bite at Shake Shack or Sunda New Asian with your new pals. The yogi also teaches private corporate experiences and classes.
Kodawari Studios, 3965 Henderson Blvd. Ste. C, Tampa
Test out one of the studio’s free Saturday morning yoga flows in Armature Works. Then, join your new pals for a range of classes including vinyasa, yin, and pulse at the brick-and-mortar location. The studio also offers cold plunges, a nordic sauna, and private classes.
The Body Electric Yoga Company, 3015 7th St. N., St. Petersburg
Located in St. Pete’s Five Points neighborhood, this community-focused studio hosts 55+ classes per week including options at the St. Pete Pier, workshops, and classes for clubs or groups. Even better, there’s a Squeeze Juice just steps away from the studio, so you can cap off your morning or afternoon with some greens.
Yoga Loft Tampa, 2002 E. 5th Ave. Unit 102, Tampa
This spot truly offers every type of flow, including soul flows, candlelight power, morning vinyasa, and express lunch flows so you can make movement and community a regular part of your routine.
If you’re looking to sweat
Gaze Hot Yoga, 1809 N. Tampa St., Tampa
You’ll want to bring a towel for this one. Gaze brings the heat with aerial, hatha, sculpt, yin, and 90-minute classes in heated and non-heated rooms.
SunState Yoga, 553 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N., St. Petersburg
Embrace the heat at this intimate studio. Sign up for a drop-in class, intro special, class pack, or membership to try out the Burg spot’s 60-minute warm slow-flow class, 45-minute vinyasa class (for athletes), or 60-minute heated power vinyasa yoga flow.
Lucky Cat Yoga, 2740 N. Florida Ave., Tampa
Established in 2010, Lucky Cat hosts a range of flows in its “Solar Studio” where temps range from 78 to 85 degrees, depending on the class and time of year. The Tampa Heights studio offers 25+ classes from vinyasa yoga and hot yoga to rocket yoga, plus a variety of classes at TBAY landmarks like the Kress Building and the Dalí Museum.
If you want a mix of fitness options
CAMP Tampa, 3012 W. Palmira Ave., Tampa
Beloved by the South Tampa community, CAMP offers a variety of yoga flows from a sunrise hip hop flow to sound and meditations, all in an upbeat, summer camp-esque environment. Plus, the studio boasts a range of spin and strength classes if you want to switch your workout up.
Union Three, 1221 E. Cumberland Ave., Tampa
Conveniently located in the Channelside neighborhood, the trendy business offers spin, yoga, and fitness classes. Choose from bootcamp, hot flow, cycle, and hot bootcamp options.
Blend Sweat Social, 855 Main St., Safety Harbor
Whether you’re in the mood for Pilates or a power flow, this Safety Harbor studio has got you covered. Plus, owners are opening a new location in downtown Dunedin that will offer group fitness classes, yoga, private sessions, and hot and cold therapy.
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