New York City yoga studios are as diverse as the city itself, meaning any aspiring yogi can find a studio to fit their needs. Park Slope Yoga Center, for instance, offers an eclectic style that combines hatha and vinyasa styles, with a special emphasis on prenatal yoga and Parent & Baby classes. Bikram Yoga SoHo heats things up, raising the studio’s thermostat to 105 degrees to help yogis sweat off inches, increase their flexibility, and reduce toxins. And Yoga to the People offers a little bit of everything—its studios dot the city, with each boasting a different specialty. But every YTTP studio has the same overarching philosophy: to make yoga accessible to everyone, regardless of their age, ability level, or economic situation.

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