The instructors at Yoga Six believe great posture comes from staying grounded—literally. Their teaching philosophy requires students stabilize whatever parts of their bodies are touching the ground. Be it their fingertips and feet during a standing half-forward bend, or your palms and shins during a downward-facing dog, focusing on those points provides yogis with a strong foundation.
After beginning each pose with this foundation in its basic form, instructors introduce modifications that students can try as their skill sets expand. Different classes focus on different styles, from intense hot-yoga and boot-camp classes to calming meditation and slow-flow sessions. The award-winning studios, located in three states, are built from eco-friendly materials and incorporate tons of natural light, as neons make those annoying buzzing sounds.