Yoga is an awesome way for folks to stay in shape, improve flexibility, and remain ready for an active lifestyle. In Missouri, there are many excellent studios where you can practice, but a few rise slightly above the rest. These are our picks for the state’s best yoga studios.
Located in Mark Twain’s hometown of Hannibal, Twisted Juniper Yoga seeks to be a space where you can form a deep connection with your higher self by creating a community where you can practice your yoga. They many styles of classes for all levels, from introductory sessions to advanced level flow.
In the Kansas City metro, KC Yoga Center is one of the best-loved studios. They have two locations, so you won’t experience any stress trying to find a class where you can release your tensions. KC Yoga Center welcomes practitioners of all experience levels and offers classes to accommodate them.
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Joy of Yoga is the first choice for many yoga practitioners in St. Louis. Apart from its many classes in several styles, including hatha and vinyasa, for all levels, Joy of Yoga also offers workshops and services in the healing arts. So, you can practice yoga, have a reiki session, and take an essential oils class all in one location.
In southern Missouri, folks will find an open, friendly practice community at Ozark Mountain Yoga. The studio not only can accommodate all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners, they also offer training for those interested in teaching yoga. The Ozarks region makes a gorgeous backdrop for the retreats and festivals that OMY regularly hosts.
If your course load at Mizzou is stressing you out, you can release all that negative energy at Yoga Sol in Columbia. This welcoming community is a perfect place for beginners and advanced students, alike. The studio’s experienced teachers will help you achieve strength, flexibility, and harmony in your practice.
Om Prana Yoga offers a wide range of holistic healing services in the Kansas City area, from beginning and intermediate yoga, to yoga teacher training, reiki, and even Pilates. The studio also hosts specialized yoga classes for those who face health challenges or who are pregnant.
Good Life Yoga and Tea, in Lee’s Summit, may be a yoga studio with a tea shop or it may be a tea shop with a yoga studio. Either way, when it comes to building a community where folks can come together to build bonds with others as well as their practice, the combination works.
At Jane’s House of Well-Being, practitioners in St. Charles can approach yoga in-depth. From children’s classes and Yoga philosophy study groups to meditation and teacher training retreats in the U.S. Virgin Islands, this studio seeks to offer a complete approach to the practice of yoga.
According to InBliss Yoga in Kansas City, it is the Midwest’s “most popular yoga studio.” True or not, their students certainly seem to love them. And why not? For more than 30 years, the studio has offered a community where practitioners of all levels are welcome and can cultivate their practice.
PuraVegan Café & Yoga takes a holistic approach to your well-being, including what you eat. As a healing community, PuraVegan offers a full yoga studio, as well as reiki, detox, as well as meditation and cooking classes, and writing workshops. Or you can just grab lunch.