Yoga in Milwaukee


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  • Yoga Ward
    Dean Farrell believes that anyone can enjoy the benefits of yoga practice. After building a large base of private clients in the Milwaukee area, he opened Yoga Ward–a bright, clean spacious studio that boasts exposed Cream City brick. Here, Farrell guides students of all levels through body-limbering poses while balanced atop colorful mats on polished hardwood floors. He and his staff offer a wide range of Vinyasa-based classes including Vinyasa Groove and Detox Flow, in which instructors boost the temperature to relax muscles, flush out toxins, and melt away the mini snowmen hiding from the sun in your pockets. Through it all, Farrell upholds his mission of providing a warm and non-intimidating environment for people of all backgrounds and levels to explore mind, body, and soul.
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    223 South 2nd Street
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • YamaYoga Studio
    YamaYoga's team of more than 20 instructors leads an array of yoga classes, which are available seven days a week in the studio's warehouse space. The varied classes range from conventional Flow yoga to Vinyasa yoga in a heated room. They help prepare participants for a busy day during morning classes, help loosen stiff bodies during afternoon classes, and help de-stress wired minds during evening classes.
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    231 E Buffalo St
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Bikram Yoga Milwaukee
    To help students of all ages and abilities stave of injuries and retain youthful flexibility, instructors turn to Bikram Choudhury’s unique spin on yoga, leading a fixed series of 26 postures in 105-degree heat. The heat helps deepen each stretch, kick start circulation, detoxify the body, and disguise any chronic sweating conditions. Bikram Yoga Milwaukee's instructors host more than 50 weekly classes between both locations.
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    2084 N Commerce St
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Riverwest Yogashala
    Riverwest Yogashala focuses on Iyengar yoga, a composite of ancient yoga practices and contemporary innovation, in its weekly classes for all experience levels. Master molders lead body-bending sessions that incorporate a series of standing poses to improve flexibility, increase strength and balance, and align spines for easier overcoat maneuverability. Props such as blocks and straps buoy pose performance throughout each muscle-strengthening class level. Expectant mothers and newly minted moms can attend pre- and post-natal classes to embrace bodily forms and boost personal health. A nonprofit yoga center, Riverwest Yogashala schedules multiple classes daily, and offers free sessions every month to encourage first-time yogis to reap the benefits of regular back bends, downward-facing dogs, or salami salaams.
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    731 East Locust Street
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Samana Wellness
    Followers of ayurvedic and yogic philosophies believe that the human body is governed by pranas, or energy centers. The term samana, which founder Beth Hope used to name her practice, is the specific prana that equalizes and balances physical systems. Beth draws from her personal history to fashion services that help restore physical and spiritual equilibrium. Beth's journey to becoming a yoga instructor began at age 17, when she first studied Indian culture and philosophy. She studied Ashtanga yoga with its founder, Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois, and developed her own style that incorporates breathing exercises, mantras, and sacred songs to facilitate transformation for clients and stressed caterpillars. Beth creates a space where people can feel comfortable receiving alternative therapies and medicines. Along with a team of trained massage therapists she runs yoga, kirtan, reiki, and Thai massage sessions to empower people to lead more healthy and balanced lives.
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    231 E Buffalo, Ste 304
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Milwaukee Power Yoga
    Seven days a week, the instructors at Milwaukee Power Yoga draw from their own extensive yoga trainings to conduct classes for all experience levels, from a beginner's class for newbie yogis to an advanced class for yoga pros. On the wooden floors of a 95-degree studio, they shepherd perspiring students through vinyasa flow poses, connecting postures to breath in a continuous flow that flushes toxins from the body. Through stretching, balancing, and strengthening exercises, instructors help their pupils build muscles, bolster stamina, align spines, and increase flexibility. The heat assists connective tissue with elasticity, which decreases the risk of injury. The teachers also encourage students to replenish electrolytes after class, whether by drinking sports beverages or licking the salt off snowplow bumpers. Everyone should feel free to work at their own pace, a mindset further promoted by the instructors' willingness to offer variations for each pose, making classes accessible to everyone.
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    1924 N. Farwell Ave.
    Milwaukee, WI US

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