Yoga in Massillon

One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes or Five Yoga Classes at Yoga Center (Up to 53% Off)

Yoga Center

Akron

$120 $59

Yoga studio leads mixed level Iyengar classes, which are most concerned with bodily alignment

$60 for a Three-Month Gym Membership and One Personal-Training Session at Xtreme Fitness ($150 Value)

Xtreme Fitness

Green

$150 $60

Members have 24-hour access to the gym facilities and equipment; personal trainers guide clients in their quest to accomplish fitness goals

Yoga and Meditation Classes at The Studio (Up to 63% Off). Three Options Available.

The Studio

Cleveland

$65 $24

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Holistic wellness center hosts yoga and meditation classes

$20 for Outdoor Yoga for Two at Yoga Rocks the Park on Saturday, August 9 ($40 Value)

Yoga Rocks the Park (Open Sky Marketing)

Lincoln Park

$40 $20

75-minute group yoga classes combine postures with music and the great outdoors

5 or 10 Bikram Hot Yoga or Hot Yoga Flow Classes at Prana Bodhi (Up to 56% Off)

Prana Bodhi

Lakewood

$70 $35

90-minute sessions guide yogis through a series of flowing poses in a room heated to 105 degrees

10 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at The Source Yoga Studio (60% Off)

The Source Yoga Studio

Lakewood

$80 $40

Vinyasa and Hatha classes lead guests through a series of flowing poses

15 Classes from Fit for Hope (65% Off)

Fit For Hope

Rocky River

$210 $74

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

10 or 20 Classes at The Bhakti Yoga Studio (Up to 69% Off)

The Bhakti Yoga Studio

Mayfield Heights

$100 $31

200-hour-certified yoga instructor leads beginning and intermediate Hatha and Vinyasa classes

5 or 10 Group Fitness Classes at Eos Whole Fitness (Up to 54% Off)

Eos Whole Fitness

The Calvin Center for the Arts

$35 $17

Chair yoga helps those who can't get on and off the mat easily; Zumba torches calories or keeps kids active; hot yoga releases toxins

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Although Lifesource normally dedicates itself to the age-old practice of yoga, occasional age-appropriate exotic-dance workshops shimmy their way onto the class roster. Instructor Jessica Rawson began teaching at Lifesource in 2009 and has 28 lunar rotations, or two years, of private pole-dancing and exotic-dance lessons under her belt. During the course of the two-hour workshop, Jessica will take the pole's helm and instruct participants in a variety of exotic dance techniques, from pole dance and lap dance to strip-tease techniques and cheeky burlesque moves. Although participants will wear their clothing, the techniques can be easily applied to garment-free activities at a later time. As your inner seductress makes her way to the surface, you'll build confidence and engage rarely used muscles, sometimes resulting in day-after pangs of soreness and a self-assured saunter.

133 Ghent Rd
Fairlawn,
OH
US

Yoga Lounge was founded as a studio where yogis new and old could grow into their yoga practice. This explains the range of class styles that they offer: restorative yoga gently heals achy muscles, while challenging power flow whittles muscles and hones concentration. Over time, those who stick with the practice report a slew of health benefits, including improved flexibility body-wide, increased strength, and a deep-breathing technique that helps when challenging a dolphin to a diving contest.

89 1 St St
Hudson,
OH
US

Reservations/Appointments: Recommended

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Recommended Age Group: All Ages

Pro Tip: Come with an open mind and be prepared to have fun while gaining a meaningful experience

17112 Pearl Rd
Strongsville,
OH
US

History pulses through Lemko Hall, a turreted brick building in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood. Over the past century, it has served as a saloon, a ballroom, and a movie set where stars Robert De Niro and Christopher Walken filmed a scene for The Deer Hunter in 1978. Nowadays, one of the space's tenants, Studio 11, channels an even older legacy: the yoga tradition of ancient India.

The studio's seasoned teachers impart moving meditations that have been passed down from generation to generation via careful instruction and epic games of telephone. Classical Hatha poses help yogis of all levels cultivate strength and flexibility as they learn to center their minds and control their breath. Students steep their minds in yoga's meditative qualities during flowing, breath-focused Vinyasa routines or explore the practice’s athletic side during Ashtanga sessions teeming with dynamic poses and vigorous thumb-wrestling bouts. Those seeking a more private yoga experience can engage in a Thai massage, in which a trained practitioner guides the body through assisted poses and stretches.

Yoga-inspired Pilates sessions revolve around centuries-old isometrics that promote balance and help chisel the core. Students seeking a full immersion in yogic history can enroll in studio-sponsored trips to India, which pair yoga classes with sunset meditations and spiritual discourses.

2337 W 11th St
Cleveland,
OH
US

Founded on the belief that yoga’s transformative benefits should be shared with anyone interested—regardless of age, gender, or religion—Puma Yoga welcomes students of all experience levels to its non-competitive studio. Calming music reverberates through the intimate studio as students work on everything from relaxing flow to the more intense power yoga classes lead by knowledgeable and welcoming instructors. Private yoga sessions and workshops help developing yogis deepen their understanding of the practice and discover that triangle pose has nothing to do with their high-school band experience. Puma Yoga also offers workshops on topics such as nutrition and holistic health, and also offers a 10-week yoga teacher-training program for aspiring instructors.

15602 Detroit Ave
Lakewood,
OH
US

Although she often was exhausted after coming home from her hectic nursing job in a coronary intensive-care unit, Krysia Maciuszko always found time to practice yoga. She would take solace in the rejuvenating poses, energizing stretches, and refreshing breathing exercises. Driven by her longtime dream to show others just how much yoga can restore a weary body and to finally be free to laugh at the word “angina” without being judged, Krysia eventually turned in her nurse's cap and opened up Krysia Energy Yoga.

Energizing music echoes across the hardwood floors of her 1,000-square-foot studio, where Krysia and her staff of certified instructors lead students through the movements of a variety of styles—from challenging Power Yoga to playful Ashtanga. Other days, they lead upbeat Zumba workouts that utilize Latin-inspired dance movements to blast calories. The yoga instructors not only teach regular students, but also aspiring yoga instructors during a comprehensive 12-week yoga teacher-training program.

24350 Center Ridge Rd
Westlake,
OH
US