Looking to work on your health and wellness goals? Yoga is one of the best ways to increase strength and flexibility and also helps to calm the mind and relieve stress, so we have been out trying yoga studios throughout Hong Kong to bring you a list of our favourites
With the hustle and bustle of the Hong Kong lifestyle it’s easy to get bogged down in work, Happy Hours, and the countless events that take place in the 852. Sometimes, you just need a break from the madness, and yoga is the perfect solution to tune out the city and focus on your health and personal wellness. Whether you are embracing yoga to shape your body or mind, we have combed Hong Kong for the best studios for you – namaste!
The Yoga House
At the Yoga House, practitioners at all levels are welcome to come and extend their yoga journey. The goal of the studio is to allow people to practice at their own pace in a relaxed environment, and the space has been designed to feel somewhat like a second home. The team bases most classes on hatha vinyasa flow, and even mixes it up with special hike and yoga sessions, for all your wellness needs!
The Yoga House, 31 Greenpeak Villa, Po Lo Che, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, p. 9268 9131, 西貢區黃竹山新村柳濤軒31號
With a studio in both Central and Wong Chuk Hang, Flex Studio is one of the most well established yoga studios in Hong Kong. Offering classes in vinyasa, hatha, aerial and even special programmes for children, we like the friendly atmosphere here and the helpful teachers who are great for beginners. Our favourite class is the Recharge & Restore Yoga, which combines the best of flow and restorative practice and is the perfect lunchtime class to calm the mind.
Flex Studio, 3/F Man Cheung Building, 15-17 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2813 2399, 中環雲咸街15-17號萬祥大廈3樓
At Amico Studio in Wan Chai, a number of yoga programmes are offered to help students find balance and inner peace. The studio is passionate about helping elevate quality of life through happiness and wholeness, and the team instructs in areas such as hot flow yoga, aerial and deep stretch.
Amico Studio, 2-4/F, 167-169 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2827 9233, 香港灣仔軒尼詩道167-169號2-4樓
At Kita, beginner to advanced yoga practitioners can get their flow on with a range of small classes taught by hands-on teachers. One of the studio’s most popular classes is Kita Flow, which blends a vinyasa-based sequence with breath work and meditation. They even offer a Hangover Cure class on a Sunday at 11am – enough said…
Kita Yoga, Flat 1A, 1 U Lam Terrace, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 5323 1978, 上環裕林臺1號1樓A
The Yoga Room
Sitting in the heart of Sheung Wan, The Yoga Room is a boutique studio that focuses on small class sizes and personalised instruction. Delivering over 100 classes per week, the studio may have the most diverse range of options available in Hong Kong, including: pre-natal yoga, forrest yoga and specialty inversion classes.
The Yoga Room, 15/F, Xiu Ping Commercial Building, 104 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2544 8398, 上環蘇杭街104號秀平商業大廈15樓
Perhaps the biggest yoga studio in Hong Kong, with numerous locations across the region, Pure Yoga extends its reach to Shanghai, Singapore and Taipei. The studio runs classes in all popular forms of yoga, and also has specialised classes such as, chair yoga, yoga wheel and wall rope yoga. It also has a video platform called MyPureYoga.com; enabling anyone on the go to take their practice with them.
Pure Yoga, The Centrium, 16/F, 60 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2971 0055, 中環雲咸街60號16樓中央廣場
Yoga Bambam has a studio in both Central and Sheung Wan, and works with a range of freelance teachers from around the world to offer a wide selection of yoga options. Class sizes are kept small to ensure individual attention, and the studio holds classes suitable for beginners right through to advanced students. If you are looking for something a little different, why not try the aerial or acroyoga classes?
Yoga BamBam, 10 Shin Hing Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 5500 3117, 中環善慶街10號地舖
A boutique yoga studio located between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai, Yoga Aloha is all about one-to-one classes with no more than ten people. Classes cover a range of flow, stretch and restorative options, with specialties such as candlelit yin allowing you to take it up a notch. Have a health issue? These guys are happy to help modify poses for you.
Yoga Aloha, 1/F, Fu Tak Building, 367 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2565 7088, 灣仔軒尼詩道367號富德樓1樓
Prajna Yoga is the go-to studio for those in Lai Chi Kok. In a relaxed atmosphere, students can partake in a number of classes, such as hatha, gentle stretch and yogalates, and it also offers a range of aerial and hot yoga classes for those who want to take their practice to the next level.
Prajna Yoga, Unit 03, 10/F, Yuen Shing Industrial Building, No. 1033 Yee Kuk West Street, Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong, p. 2371 2515, 九龍茘枝角醫局西街1033號源盛工業大廈10字樓03室
Dickson Yoga prides itself on keeping yoga fun thanks to its diverse range of themed classes, such as slimming yoga, kick-boxing yoga, meridian therapy yoga and more. What’s more, it’s the only yoga studio in town that features a vegetarian kitchen for wellness, so after you have finished your downward dog, you can chow down on avocado toast and detox juices!
Dickson Yoga, Shop LG02A, LG/F, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2138 2999, 尖沙咀東麽地道66號尖沙咀中心地庫LG02A
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