Top 10 Yoga Studios in Scottsdale

Tap into the Power of Om in these Scottsdale yoga studios

Stress and anxiety are unavoidable, especially now that the lazy days of summer are over. Combat the ill effects of all that comes with the fall and the upcoming holidays by taking a breather with an ancient practice that connects the body and mind and gives you a longer, leaner body.

Practiced for thousands of years throughout India before popping up in Scottsdale, yoga is a series of poses and breathing techniques designed to eliminate stress and help you live better. Thankfully, there are a number of amazing spots to practice yoga in the Valley. Check out these top yoga studios in Scottsdale and start tapping into the power of OM.

1. true Hot Yoga

14675 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd

Suite 127

Scottsdale, AZ 8

www.truehotyoga.com

Reshape your body, mind, and spirit at true Hot Yoga (formerly Sumits Yoga North Scottsdale). Be prepared to sweat, so bring your towel, water, and a body ready to get moving.

2. LifePower Pima Crossing

8642 E. Shea Blvd.

Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.lifepoweryoga.com

Whether you’re looking for Ashtanga or Vinyasa-flow Yoga, or specialized classes including the signature Warrior Fusion class, you will find them at LifePower.

3. Hot Yoga @ Village Gainey Ranch

7477 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd.

Scottsdale, AZ

http://villageclubs.com/group-exercise/

Village Hot Yoga classes focus on muscles, tendons, joints, ligaments, internal organs, and increasing blood flow to all parts of the body in a non-competitive atmosphere. As a result, participants will feel relaxed and rejuvenated.

4. Yoga Village

8241 E. Evans

Scottsdale, AZ

http://yogavillage.net/

Yoga Village is a place where friends can gather to build a community of like hearts and minds. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or new to yoga, you will find a home at Yoga Village and an opportunity to expand the capacity of your heart, mind and body.

5.Bikram Yoga

7620 E. Indian School Rd. #115

Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.bikramyogainstitute.com/

The Bikram Yoga Institute waseEstablished in 1992, the first Bikram yoga school in the state of Arizona. The Institute has earned an excellent reputation by providing high quality teaching, a nurturing atmosphere, and a supportive and safe place to heal.

6. flood-id YOGA

7077 E. Mayo Blvd. #130

Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.flooidyoga.com/home.html

floo-id YOGA will bring the 5,000-year-old yoga practice to a new studio conveniently located where you live, work, play and shop: The Shops at Chauncey Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona

7. yoga kamala

The Lamar Everyday Spa
5115 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.yoga-kamala.com/index.php

Yoga is a beautiful, classic practice that will bring out your inner beauty through healing and creating. Yoga Kamala practices include yoga postures (asana), breath control (pranayama), and meditation or chant.

8. Hot Yoga University 

1410 North Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.hotyogaU.com/

The focus at HYU is to be present for each student and to step away from rote memory so they can help each student feel comfortable in the yoga room so they can make the most of their yoga practice.

9. Dahn Yoga

8880 E. Via Linda #110

Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.dahnyoga.com/Scottsdale

Dahn Yoga is a mind-body practice that combines the ancient wisdom of Ki energy training with modern techniques to maximize the brain’s functioning.

10. Madison Improvement Club

3802 E. Indian School Rd.

Phoenix, AZ

http://www.themadisonphoenix.com/

Active Yoga – or as they like to call it at The MIC,  “Phenomenal Flow.”  Their zen-like studio will help you get your zen on.

 

 

 

Sondra Barr

About Sondra Barr

A Scottsdale native, Sondra Barr is a journalist, editor, marketing, and social media sort. She writes for local and national publications and enjoys penning stories on interesting people, places, and things. You can view her past articles at sondrabarr.com. When she's not writing, you can assume she's at a yoga class or shuttling her son back and forth from practice with his competitive soccer team. Sondra earned her journalism degree from ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism.

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