If you’re looking for a safe and friendly space to learn and practice yoga, then this post is for you. Below we’ve featured 10 of the best yoga studios in Indianapolis you should check out!
If you’re interested in trying hot yoga, then The Yoga Studio might be the perfect place for you. This small studio in Indianapolis cranks up the heat to ensure both your body and your mind get a full workout. They have a wide variety of classes, focusing on traditional yoga moves, meditation, and breathing.
Owner Karen first founded The Yoga Studio in Indianapolis in 2007, and has worked with many talented yoga instructors both in the years past, and the years since. Karen specializes in Hot Vinyasa yoga, and continues to study yoga practices and principles in order to improve her teaching and pass her knowledge onto her students. Contact The Yoga Studio to learn more about their offerings.
Invoke Studio has two Indianapolis locations – combined, they offer more than 100 classes for you to choose from every week. With designated parking at both locations and a great selection of beginner classes, this is the perfect studio to visit if you’re new to yoga.
Please follow the basic rules when visiting Invoke Studio – arrive before your class starts, remove your shoes, turn off your cell phone, and don’t wear strongly scented perfumes. New clients can sign up for a 30-day trial for $39 and try as many classes as they like. Contact Invoke Studio for more information.
3. kOMpose Yoga
The team at kOMpose Yoga is committed to providing a safe, friendly space where everybody feels comfortable to learn and practice yoga. Founder Kristine turned to yoga following a cancer diagnosis, and has never looked back. In 2017 she opened her own studio, and has hired a dedicated team of instructors to help make each class a success.
kOMpose Yoga offers classes at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Their “Yoga for Every Body” class is available both in-person and online, as are their Align + Flow class and their Yin Yoga class. Vinyasa Flow classes, meditation, and heated Vinyasa are all also offered. Contact kOMpose Yoga for more details regarding pricing.
As the name suggests, The Hot Room Indianapolis offers hot yoga. Co-owner Hye Jin Kalgaonkar specializes in Hot Power Vinyasa and Inferno Hot Pilates, while her husband and co-owner Ashish Kalgaonkar specializes in Original Hot Yoga.
With several locations to choose from throughout Indianapolis, including uptown, downtown, and the North Shore, you’re bound to find a class that suits your interest and schedule. Choose from original hot yoga, hot power Vinyasa, hot power sculpt, inferno hot Pilates, or Yin Yoga. Contact The Hot Room Indianapolis to learn more about their classes.
Haven Yoga Studio offers yoga, meditation, and other physical and mental wellbeing practices. Currently, all of their classes are offered online, and cater to a wide range of experience levels. If you’re new to yoga, look for their classes marked with “beginners encouraged”.
Haven Yoga Studio offers a variety of classes, including Soul Flow, Candlelight Yoga, and Stress Relief Yoga, and their more intense Flow classes. Single classes are available for $10, or you can buy a 21-day pass for $21 and try unlimited classes. Monthly memberships are available for $59. Contact Haven Yoga Studio to learn more.
6. Myriad Yoga
Myriad is a wellness center based in Indianapolis that offers a whole range of activities and classes, including group exercise, personal training, and nutrition consultation. They also offer a wide variety of yoga classes, including Restore, Stretch, Flow, Sadhana, and aerial yoga for those feeling especially adventurous.
All classes at Myriad Yoga are run by certified instructors who understand that each individual has a different level of comfort and experience. They can offer alternative poses for you to try as necessary, and also offer yoga workshops for those looking to learn more about the training side of things. Contact Myriad Yoga to learn more about their class schedule.
YogaSix has multiple locations, including one in Indianapolis, IN. Each studio is its own independently and locally owned business offering great service from a team of yoga enthusiasts. YogaSix has something for everyone, whether you are looking for slow, relaxing yoga that soothes the mind or hot, energetic yoga that leaves your entire body relaxed.
Whether you are new to yoga or well-seasoned, they have a class appropriate for your skill level. Choose their beginner classes (Y6 101), or try sculpt if you’re looking for something a bit more intense. Other options include Restore, Slow Flow, Hot Yoga, and Power Yoga. Contact YogaSix for details regarding memberships and pricing.
The team at Fountain Square Yoga offers a safe, welcoming space in their beautiful yoga studio for people of all skill, experience, and fitness levels. Classes include Warm Slow Flow, Hot Vinyasa, Hot Flow, Power Vinyasa, as well as Yin and Deep Relaxation. Classes are offered throughout the day, from early morning to later in the evening, so it’s easy to find something that works around your schedule.
Owner Amanda is a yoga enthusiast who earned her teaching certificate in 2016 and her reiki master certification in 2018. She and her team of dedicated instructors will make you feel comfortable ad challenged, all at once. Contact Fountain Square Yoga to learn more.
Inner Peace Yoga Center in Indianapolis offers yoga classes, retreats, workshops, and community events designed to help people fall in love with yoga, and to provide a space in which to practice yoga regularly. They are also a registered non-profit organization and a Registered Yoga School through Yoga Alliance.
Inner Peace Yoga Center offers a 200-hour yoga teacher training course, with graduates qualified to teach posture, breathing practices, and help others to get the most out of yoga. For more details, contact Inner Peace Yoga Center.
Located in Indianapolis, Invoke Wellness Center first opened in 2013 and is dedicated to making all visitors feel like they are part of a community. Classes include Heated Vinyasa Yoga, Sculpt, prenatal yoga, and more. A number of their classes are also available via Zoom for remote participation.
For new students, Invoke Wellness Center offers an introductory 30-day deal for just $39. This includes unlimited access to all classes, including yoga, Pilates, HIIT, and more. Contact Invoke Wellness Center to get started.