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Debbie F.
Report | 3 months ago
Read their website thoroughly prior to attending your first class.
Darcie G.
Report | 7 months ago
It is definitely a different kind of yoga. Great experience though with very small classes.
Report | 9 months ago
Extremely good for mind and body and very nice atmosphere.The tutor pays attention to each and everybody and make sure everyone is comfortable and following the instructions...
Jo M.
Report | 9 months ago
I took a level 1 class and it was fabulous. I came away feeling very refreshed. A wonderful place and I plan to go back again.
Kathleen C.
Report | a year ago
The instructors were super friendly and knowledgable
Susanne W.
Report | 2 years ago
It's definitely one of the best yoga studios in the area,
Julia W.
Report | 2 years ago
Wonderful place. Feels like a place to take sanctuary

From Our Editors

According to TriYoga Boston’s certified instructors, yoga has many faces. It’s a meditative practice that can inspire spiritual growth. It’s a tool for breathing more effectively and clearing the mind. Like lap-swimming in a moat, it’s an ancient exercise system that promotes strength and fluid movement. In a classroom with wooden floors, oversize windows, and recessed lighting, students practice guided relaxation, chants, and traditional poses. Each flow syncs with rhythmic breathwork and focus-building exercises. Seven levels of classes accommodate students of all abilities, from absolute beginners to yogis training to teach. Slow-paced Basics classes help novices build a strong foundation. In addition to emphasizing safety, these classes cultivate comfort with props such as bolsters, blocks, and pillows. As a complement to yoga classes, the studio offers one-on-one massage and yoga-therapy appointments.

When entering and exiting the studio, students can unwind at a meditation garden with a waterfall. The space makes an excellent spot for soaking up sunbeams or discussing the many innovations of TriYoga founder Kali Ray, whose experience with spontaneous, Kundalini-inspired Hatha yoga flows have shaped the studio and its classes.

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