Yoga in Paradise Valley


10 or 20 Fitness Classes, or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Impax Ultimate Wellness (Up to 63% Off)

Impax Ultimate Wellness

Scottsdale

Coaches host boot-camp and yoga classes for students of all fitness levels

$45 $19

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10 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Funke Yoga (Up to 55% Off)

Funke Yoga

Downtown Scottsdale

10 different yoga classes ranging from fast-paced power yoga to restful restorative yoga

$110 $49

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$35 for 10 Yoga Classes at Sumits Yoga in Scottsdale ($140)

Sumits Yoga

Greyhawk

Teachers focus on creating stronger, more toned bodies and improved states of mind with balancing and energizing poses in a heated room

$140 $35

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$40 for 10 Yoga Classes at Sumits Yoga (Up to $175 Value)

Sumits Yoga

Scottsdale

During classes in a new 6,000-square-foot studio, students of all abilities flow through detoxifying and strengthening postures

$175 $40

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10 or 20 Yoga Classes at A Mindfulness Life Center (Up to 65% Off)

A Mindfulness Life Center

Central Scottsdale

Designed to strengthen the connection between mind and body, yoga classes teach a variety of movements to heal and nurture the body

$99 $39

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One or Two Months of Unlimited Classes or 10 Classes at Yoga on the Rocks (Up to 61% Off)

Yoga on the Rocks

Yoga on the Rocks

Small group classes include restorative, gentle, meditation, all-levels, karma, classic/basic flow, and Vinyasa yoga

$89 $39

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One or Two Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at floo-id Yoga (Up to 78% Off)

floo-id Yoga

Scottsdale

Certified instructors lead hot yoga as well as the more gentle hot flow yoga classes for students of all levels

$160 $39

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$39 for One Month of Astanga Yoga Classes at Dave's Astanga Yoga ($480 Value)

Dave's Astanga Yoga

North Scottsdale

Poses linked through flowing movements help strengthen your body, mind, and sense of peace

$480 $39

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After studying under Bikram Choudhury, the father of Bikram yoga, Sumit Banerjee decided to bring the heat to his own class style—an amalgam of Bikram- and Ashtanga-inspired postures. The Sumits Yoga signature class steers students through deep stretches performed in a toasty studio. Aided by the heat, these movements help students hone both balance and strength. Though Sumit champions the physical benefits of the practice—muscle toning, detoxification, and the ability to someday fry an egg on one's forehead—the true object of his style is “the simple pleasure and self-reward that comes from quieting our minds." To honor this, he emphasizes introspection and spiritual awareness over perfect technique, allowing guests of any experience level to participate.
10050 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US
Heidi Lamar didn't know much about spas when she first purchased Spa Lamar. As she explained to reporters from Skin Inc., "not coming from a spa background, there were things I didn't know I couldn't do." Unhindered by industry conventions or previously fixed ideas, Heidi set about filling her 14,000-square-foot spa with innovative amenities—from a luxurious waterfall-fed pool to an onsite yoga and dance studio. She also cultivates locals instead of the typical resort crowd, banishing cacti from the decor in favor of a Caribbean-style ambiance that, as she told the Arizona Republic, caters to those who already live in Arizona and want to get away to a tropical island. Today, her media-lauded spa is the largest privately owned spa in Scottsdale and is frequented by locals, including members of the Phoenix Suns Dancers. Before treatments that include massages, acupuncture, mani-pedis, and facials, guests garbed in fluffy complimentary robes duck into the steam room. They sample wholesome lunches and fruit plates from the tropical tea bar and relax in the sauna while waiting for a haircut or warm algae wrap. Sunbathers float around the pool on loungers, whereas others simmer in a bubbling whirlpool. Unlike many traditional spas, Spa Lamar is completely coed, making it an ideal place for couples that are on a first date or permanently trapped together inside a horse costume with a broken zipper.
5115 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US
Karve Studio's muscle-sculpting workout sessions combine elements of Pilates, yoga, free weights, and ballet-barre conditioning to provide quick and striking results. The classes are set to lively music, and over the course of the hour-long sweat session your instructors will guide you through a challenging series of non-impact strengthening, stretching, and conditioning exercises designed to burn fat as you increase muscle and flexibility. Classes are upbeat and motivational and aim to leave students tightened, toned, and wandering the world in a lean yet muscular physique. Consult Karve's schedule for a workout that suits you, and call ahead to reserve your space.
7154 E Stetson Dr.
Scottsdale,
AZ
US
The instructors lead students through Bikram yoga's 26 challenging poses and two breathing exercises in a heated room, which helps purge the body of toxins and allows limbs to sink deeply into stretches. Within a studio heated to more than 100 degrees, students flow through poses that strengthen and stretch muscles, ligaments, and joints. Each posture is designed to work muscle groups needed for the next pose, building a series of interconnected movements. By temporarily decreasing blood flow to specific areas of the body, the poses send in a rush of freshly oxygenated blood to joints, organs, and limbs when yogis unfold from folds and twists, unblocking the tiny traffic jams of hemoglobin. Most yoga classes are 90 minutes long, and most studios offer flexible early morning and evening classes. Visit the individual studios' websites to see their schedules.
9301 E Shea Blvd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US
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