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Find your zen: 13 yoga studios around CBUS

Check out these 13 yoga studios around CBUS, which offer everything from hot yoga to classes for beginners to outdoor options.

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Purchase five classes for $110 — they never expire. | Photo by @modoyogacbus

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, Columbus has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 13 yoga studios around CBUS.

If you’re looking to sweat

REWILD YOGA, 995 W. 5th Ave.
Try power flow, slow burn, or power burn classes in a heated studio. Drop in for a class or buy a membership. Bonus: This is City Editor Hanna’s go-to yoga studio in CBUS.

YogaSix Dublin, 6784 Longshore St.
Try the Y6 Hot or the Y6 Power for a heated experience or an extra challenge in your yoga practice. Memberships start at $79 per month for four classes.

Modo Yoga Columbus, 1042 Dublin Rd.
Be sure to bring a sweat towel, as all classes are between 98-102° with 40% humidity, with each class practicing about 40 postures. Try an intro month for $40.

Bikram Hot Yoga Columbus, 947 W. 3rd Ave.
Try 90-minute hot yoga classes or express classes for an hour. Find five things to know before your first visit by watching this video. Bonus: Hot Pilates classes are also available.

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Sound bath classes are also available at Zen Yoga Studio. | Photo by @zenyoga614

If you’re just getting started

Zen Yoga Studio, 3242 N. High St.
Try in-studio classes like guided meditation and soothing flow, or book Zoom classes if you’re more comfortable at home. Start with your first month of unlimited classes for $30.

GoYoga, Multiple locations
Try the meditation or relax + restore classes, which are the lowest on the intensity scale and great for beginners. This studio has locations in eight suburbs of Columbus, including Dublin, New Albany, and Westerville.

LIT Life + Yoga, 999 N. 4th St.
Class options are sorted by difficulty and skill levels, including classes for beginners without infrared radiant heat. Start with the LIT Air, which stays between 70-75°.

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Give back to the community just by booking a yoga class. | Photo by @giveyoga

If you want to connect with community

GIVE Yoga, 3520 N. High St.
By attending class, you’re contributing to the GIVE Yoga Fund, which gives grants to nonprofits across Columbus. The studio also offers meditation and yoga retreats. View the schedule and book a class.

Danja Yoga, 1125 Oak St.
This community-driven studio offers special events and workshops, including a prenatal yoga series. Enjoy a free week of unlimited classes for new students.

Namaste in Love Yoga Studio, 101 Mill St., #106
This studio is rooted in community, with post-yoga hang-out sessions and workshops available. Try the new student special of 32 days for $32.

If you’re seeking privacy

Ashtanga Yoga Columbus, 4684 Indianola Ave.
Mysore classes are self-paced, and although they happen in a group setting, they allow for individual instruction throughout the class.

Yoga-Well-Being, 296 W. 4th Ave.
These intimate classes are intended for all ages and ability levels. One-on-one classes are also available for $80 each session if you prefer private sessions.

CorePower Yoga, 14 Milay Alley
Livestream classes and get your yoga on from the comfort of your own home, with classes ranging from 30 minutes to an hour. As you gain comfortability, consider booking an in-studio session.

Bonus: The Columbus Commons hosts seasonal, free outdoor yoga classes on the greenspace every Tuesday and Wednesday through Wednesday, Sept. 27. All experience levels are welcome.

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