Yoga in Bensonhurst


5 or 10 Fitness Classes or One or Three Months of Unlimited Classes at Studio Maya (Up to 79% Off)

Studio Maya

Studio Maya

Studio hosts ballet, Pilates, and other fitness classes geared primarily toward women, in addition to men’s core-strengthening classes

$100 $22

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Up to 90% Off Yoga at Laughing Lotus Yoga BK

Laughing Lotus Yoga BK

Laughing Lotus Yoga

From the merchant: you will love this bad ass electric sweaty flow style of yoga, jam packed with asana, fluid movement and music.

$200 $69

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10 Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at YvaYoga (Up to 62% Off)

YvaYoga

YvaYoga

You may see positive changes in your self-observance, breath control, meditation, and attitude with these yoga classes

$140 $55

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5 or 10 Classes, or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Abhyasa Yoga Center (Up to 69% Off)

Abhyasa Yoga Center

Abhyasa Yoga Center

Therapeutic, breath-centered yoga classes held at an inclusive studio catering to practitioners of all skill levels

$85 $30

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5 or 10 Regular or Specialty Yoga Classes at Yoga Mela Studio and Physical Therapy Center (Up to 80% Off)

Yoga Mela Studio and Physical Therapy Center

Yogamela Studio And Physical Therapy Center

Yoga classes are adapted to suit any exercisers needs from prenatal classes for moms to unique Yoga Wall sessions, which use special ropes

$100 $23

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Five Yoga Classes at Otion Front Studio (65% Off)

Otion Front Studio

Bushwick

At the Otion, experience real ways of knowing your body with yoga, dance, and fitness classes; feel your body, feel your mind

$75 $26

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Five Classes, Ten Classes, or One Month Unlimited Classes at Abhaya Yoga (Up to 59% Off)

Abhaya Yoga

Abhaya Yoga

Yoga classes inside a studio filled with natural light and sweeping skyline views

$150 $62

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5 or 10 Hot-Yoga Classes at Hot Spot Yoga in Brooklyn (Up to 70% Off)

Hot Spot Yoga

Hot Spot Yoga

In a studio heated up to 100 degrees, instructors lead students of all levels through 60-minute Vinyasa-yoga classes

$100 $35

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  • Greenhouse Holistic
    The team of seasoned instructors at Greenhouse Holistic helps foster mindful self-awareness and physical well-being in clients, a well-rounded attitude that moved Time Out New York to call the studio one of the best places to meditate in 2010. A teacher of Yang-style tai chi, owner David Greenhouse uses his knowledge of balance control, flexibility, and karate chopping Jenga towers to demonstrate alternative methods to lowering stress levels. At each of three locations, staff members soothe sore muscles and foster clear thinking during massages, yoga classes, and other healing modalities. The hot-stone massages in particular garnered even more praise from Time Out New York, earning Greenhouse Holistic a spot on the 2012 list of Best Spas. During basic yoga sessions, they demonstrate stable standing poses, balancing postures, and controlled bends, whereas students in the intermediate and advanced courses begin to incorporate arm balances and inversions while moving through sessions at a more vigorous pace.
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    783 Driggs Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Body & Soul Central
    Blond hardwood floors, earth-toned walls, and red curtains set a soothing stage at Body & Soul Central's studio, where women of all ages and ability levels come to practice seven styles of yoga. The certified instructors, who include professional dancers, give personalized attention in helping each pupil unite the body, mind, and spirit while boosting flexibility and toning muscles.
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    1123 McDonald Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Yoga Pole Studio
    The Yoga Pole Studio blends two powerful exercises: yoga and pole fitness. In a no-judgement studio with no mirrors, students practice poses using a pole to help them balance and push their bodies further than traditional yoga classes. Beginners' monkey-style sessions mimic primates, focusing on hands, feet, and alignment, while tiger-style classes get more experienced students off the ground, elevated with the help of the pole.
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    43 Schermerhorn St
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Dharma Yoga Brooklyn
    What makes it great: BYS’s sliding donation scale keeps class accessible, and its small but sunlit studio sets it apart from corporate competitors. Its focus is on classical yoga, and its schedule is dominated by all-levels classes. Every Friday, yogis gather for kirtan (traditional mantra chanting) that guides meditation.
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    82 6th Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Prema Yoga Brooklyn
    Taking their studio’s name from a Sanskrit word that means “divine love,” Prema Yoga Brooklyn owners Lesley Desaulniers and Amanda Harding sought to create a space both physically dynamic and deeply healing. Students of all experience levels use the body, breath, and mind in classes for a fun and transformative experience. Combining yoga’s time-honored traditions with contemporary practices—including creative sequencing, contemporary and classic music, and spiritual teachings—each class strives to help students feel content and achieve the sense of well-being, peace, and joy that typifies every kindergarten graduation. Along with the studio’s standard classes, which accommodate all experience levels, they host workshops and other events.
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    236 Carroll St.
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Ellie Herman Studio - Oakland
    21 years ago, Ellie Herman worked as a professional dancer and choreographer, running her own company in San Francisco. She loved her work, but she had bills to pay. So, naturally, she took on a side job; she became the professional wrestler known as "Ruth Less." As soon as she began tossing fellow wrestlers around, she incurred a serious knee injury that threatened to end both of her careers. Luckily for her, the nearby St. Francis Hospital of Dance Medicine offered surgery-free rehabilitation through Pilates. Ellie did the workouts for months, and returned to her company an even better dancer than she'd been before her injuries. Later, as a masters student at NYU, Pilates once again helped her recover from hip pain. She discovered an ability to innovate within the bounds of Pilates, and resolved to become a teacher. She opened the aptly named Ellie Herman Studio, where she continues to teach today. True to her inspiration, she uses Pilates as a basis on which to innovate better forms of corrective movement. So far, she's written nine books on the subject. She invented her own piece of equipment, the Pilates Springboard, which compresses the size and cost of the more traditional Pilates wall unit. She also developed a blend of Pilates and gait training, to help people stave of injury by becoming conscious of the way they move their legs in every day life, which helps to prevent things such as rolling ankles or randomly kicking strangers.
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    463 4th St.
    Brooklyn, NY US

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