Yoga in New Brighton

One or Two Months of Unlimited Yoga at Girasole Yoga On Central (Up to 80% Off)

Girasole Yoga On Central

Logan Park

$300 $59

Community-centered studio with Zumba classes and variety of yoga styles, including restorative, Vinyasa, and Kundalini

10 or 20 Yoga Classes at Jeromeo Body Clinic (Up to 66% Off)

Jeromeo In The Loop Yoga&Wellness

North Loop Warehouse District

$130 $49

Yogis in training learn the poses and postures of yoga during classes guided by an expert

10 or 20 Fitness Classes at Four Gates Physical and Energetic Culture (Up to 70% Off)

Four Gates Physical and Energetic Culture

Kingfield

$130 $39

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Clients will have access to kettlebell, yoga,and qoya classes; low-impact lifting workout burns fat, sculpts muscles, and builds strength

$20 for 30-Class Yoga and Fitness Pass from Yoga & Fitness Passport ($300 Value)

Yoga & Fitness Passport

Multiple Locations

$300 $20

Students can use this 30-class pass at multiple locations to take everything from yoga to Zumba, signing up on an easy online platform

10 or 20 Barre, Yoga, Cycling, or Cardio Classes at Barre Bliss (Up to 68% Off)

Barre Bliss

Multiple Locations

$155 $59

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Barre blends elements of ballet and yoga to lengthen and strengthen muscles; other classes add cycling or cardio to the regimen

$59 for Two Months of Unlimited Classes at Modo (Up to $300 Value)

Modo

Cedar-Isles-Dean

$300 $59

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Certified instructors lead students through 40 postures in a heated studio to strengthen muscles and increase flexibility.

10 or 15 Yoga Classes at Hiawatha Yoga (Up to 54% Off)

Hiawatha Yoga

South Minneapolis

$100 $49

Gentle, restorative yoga classes, including beginners’, restorative and vinyasa, open the body and connect students to their breath

10 or 20 Hot-Yoga Classes at Heat Yoga Studio (Up to 80% Off)

Heat Yoga Studio

Multiple Locations

$130 $29

One-hour vinyasa-style classes take place in a 104-degree studio

$39 for 10 Yoga Classes at Bliss Yoga Studio ($119.99 Value)

Bliss Yoga Studio

Como Park

$119.99 $39

Yoga instructors help students find peace and physical enrichment through relaxing Resorative classes and focused Hatha training

One or Two Months of Yoga or Zumba Classes at In Care of the Dalailana at Blisstopia (Up to 60% Off)

In Care of the Dalailana at Blisstopia

Blisstopia

$69 $35

Achieve a deeper mind-body connection or tone muscles to energetic, latin-flavored rhythms

3-Month Unlimited Yoga Membership from Mün A Yoga (65% Off)

Muna Yoga

Edina

$360 $126

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10 or 20 Yoga Classes at Yogatiques (Up to 63% Off)

Yogatiques

Minnetonka - Hopkins

$120 $48

Choose from an array of classes for all levels, from yoga foundations to the muscle-building slow burn yoga

10 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Yoga at Pure Yoga (Up to 73% Off)

Pure Yoga

Stillwater

$130 $35

Voted Best Yoga Studio; classes build strength and flexibility in spacious studio with natural light and a state-of-the-art sound system

6 or 12 Yoga Classes at Studio One Yoga and Massage (Up to 65% Off)

Studio One Yoga and Massage

Stillwater

$74 $26

Serene studio setting hosts schedule of mind-body classes taught by experienced instructors, including hot yoga, Vinyasa, and tai chi

One or Two Months of Yoga or Fitness Classes at Platinum Yoga (Up to 61% Off)

Platinum Yoga

Multiple Locations

$96 $39

Stretch your body and burn some calories during Yoga, Zumba, Cardio Pump, Kickboxing, Bootcamp and other classes

Four Weeks of Unlimited Yoga Classes at YogaFit Excelsior (49% Off)

Yogafit Excelsior

Excelsior

$79 $40

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CorePower Yoga founder Trevor Tice knows yoga is much more than a tool for increasing physical strength. "We've seen first hand emotional breakthroughs, physical improvements, and most of all, a new found confidence and balance our students carry from the studio into their daily lives," says Trevor. To further their holistic efforts, CorePower provides additional services and programs across various locations. Some outposts house spas where visitors can quiet their minds with a massage or facial, while others host Karma Yoga events wherein teachers lead free classes for cancer survivors, and students share home-cooked food with homeless youths.

But yoga resides at the heart of CorePower's mission to inspire as many people as possible, so each studio boasts a range of classes that accommodates all experience levels. Truly serious students can conjure pensive expressions as they enroll in a yoga-teacher-training program, and all patrons can take comfort in knowing their studio was built from recycled materials and equipped with energy-efficient fixtures.

501 Washington Ave S #200
Minneapolis,
MN
US

CorePower Yoga founder Trevor Tice knows yoga is much more than a tool for increasing physical strength. "We've seen first hand emotional breakthroughs, physical improvements, and most of all, a new found confidence and balance our students carry from the studio into their daily lives," says Trevor. To further their holistic efforts, CorePower provides additional services and programs across various locations. Some outposts house spas where visitors can quiet their minds with a massage or facial, while others host Karma Yoga events wherein teachers lead free classes for cancer survivors, and students share home-cooked food with homeless youths.

But yoga resides at the heart of CorePower's mission to inspire as many people as possible, so each studio boasts a range of classes that accommodates all experience levels. Truly serious students can conjure pensive expressions as they enroll in a yoga-teacher-training program, and all patrons can take comfort in knowing their studio was built from recycled materials and equipped with energy-efficient fixtures.

825 Washington Ave. SE
Minneapolis,
MN
US

Modo Yoga Minneapolis is one of more than 75 independent locations maintained by Moksha Yoga. Modo unites hot yoga with an unwavering fidelity to sustainable environmental and social practices. The company's eponymous classes combine therapeutic yoga with traditional yoga through 40 postures that can be modified to stretch and challenge students of all fitness and flexibility levels. Ryann and Phil Doucette co-own the Minneapolis studio, where Ryann manages, directs, and happily teaches in the footsteps of Moksha founders Ted Grand and Jessica Robertson. Ryann and Phil outfitted the studio with cork flooring for joint support and radiant heating for encouraging the release of toxins through perspiration. The 103-degree heat helps ligaments get as loose as a pirate's morals doing the worm, allowing deeper stretches. All her hard work has paid off with Modo Yoga Minneapolis being awarded Best New Studio in 2011 and Best Hot Yoga in 2012 by Minnesota Monthly.

3252 W Lake St
Minneapolis,
MN
US

According to Minnesota Monthly, "The Firm is a sexy sort of gym." Glamour, Harper's Bazaar, Self, and Seventeen all agree, having identified it as the go-to gym for an incredible workout. But it's not just the museum-sleek aesthetic or rigorous classes that make The Firm great. Rather, it's the fact that the gym constantly evolves to accommodate new fitness trends. When spinning became the hot new workout, The Firm met the demand, offering the best spinning classes in Minnesota, according to CBS Minnesota. And now that CrossFit has risen to superstardom, The Firm offers it seven days a week. The Star Tribune reports that industry veteran Kelly Miyamoto is the visionary behind the scenes. Having started her career in the 1980s, she's witnessed the rise and fall of various workouts as well as the concurrent fluctuations in the market for neon leotards.

1010 2nd Ave N
Minneapolis,
MN
US

Pose your way to the pinnacle of vitality and strength while ascending through degrees of difficulty and degrees of Fahrenheit during classes in CorePower's temperature-controlled studios. The raised heat level expedites the breakdown of fatty acids, delivers more blood to the muscles, and reduces the chances of injury. Start at level one, where you'll be comfortably introduced to proper postures at room temperature, then ascend to the humid human heights of advanced yoga in a detoxifying 95 degrees. Yogis of all skill levels can step into the 97-degree atmosphere of Hot Power Fusion, during which 26 static poses stretch over the course of one rejuvenating hour. Classes vary by location, so check out the full schedule here.

4611 Excelsior Blvd
Minneapolis,
MN
US

With the help of a crack team of instructors?15 strong?husband-and-wife duo Eric and Martha Williams stoke the fires of flexibility in separate classes designed for parents and their kids. During 90-minute sessions held in a 105-degree studio, beads of sweat roll off students and blossom into miniature Fabios as the class cycles through 26 yoga poses, each amping up blood circulation while warming and stretching muscles. Students zero in on focused breathing as heat purges toxins from bodies.

Down the hall from the main studio lies the 2,000-square-foot Kids Space, an eco-friendly, scent-free oasis draped in 100% wool flooring where instructors blend yoga and play with the help of a sandbox, teepee, and toys. Children aged 2?12 years scramble about the imagination-firing room as they learn self-control and compassion during Made to Move sessions. The playful course, designed by a healthy-lifestyle consultant and trainer for school districts and local governments, teaches kids self-esteem in a safe, noncompetitive setting. Plunking more karma into its piggy bank of eco-friendliness, the studio rewards students that bike to the studio, which located off the greenway cycling trail, with free mat and towel rental.

2836 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis,
MN
US