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Flow at these Chattanooga yoga studios

Check out these 14 yoga studios around the Scenic City, which offer beginner classes, memberships, hot yoga, and more offerings.

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Class is in session at Yoga Landing.

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, the Scenic City has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 14 yoga studios around Chattanooga.

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This may seem like a stretch, but we think you’ll love these yoga offerings.

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If you’re just getting started

Yoga Landing, 2414 Sidney St. + 1205 Taft Hwy.
This boutique studio welcomes folks of all skill levels + offers a schedule of heated and room-temperature practices in a variety of styles. Pro tip: Take a community class for $8.

Southern Soul Yoga, 313 Manufacturers Rd. + 3800 St. Elmo Ave.
Hip-hop, soul power, heated vinyasa, yin, and ashtanga are just some of the classes on the agenda at this studio. Bonus: This studio also offers a class for the kiddos.

Toes Yoga, 3228 Brainerd Rd.
This intimate studio is nestled in the Brainerd Arts District and offers yoga classes for all abilities.

Hotworx, 388 Cherry St.
This spot utilizes heat and infrared light to enhance every session.

Yogaaah, 525 Cherokee Blvd.
This NorthShore studio offers a variety of onsite + online yoga classes such as restorative yoga and prenatal and postnatal classes.

Madia Healing Arts, 116 Cross St.
Choose from group classes in person, online options, and even private yoga sessions to ease into yoga in a personalized manner.


End your workout session with a relaxing yoga flow at SPENGA Chattanooga.

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If you’re looking for a mix of fitness options

Infinity Yoga, 9447 Bradmore Ln., Ooltewah
Formerly Yoga East Ooltewah, this studio offers a variety of yoga classes, this studio also offers pilates + barre workouts.

SPENGA Chattanooga, 1705 Market St.
This fitness studio incorporates spin, strength, and yoga into each session. Bonus: See how City Editor Kristen did during her 60-minute workout session.

Chattanooga Yoga Center, 6857 Mountain View Rd.
The yoga studio offers empowering and energizing yoga classes along with beginner-friendly weight training and Pilates classes.

Peace.Strength.Yoga., 3800 St. Elmo Ave.
Located in St. Elmo, this studio offers yoga + barre classes with an emphasis on holistic approaches to traditional practices.

Balanced Studio, 802 Ridgeway Ave., Signal Mountain
Located at the top of Signal Mountain, this space offers indoor cycling, rowing, strength, barre, and Pilates classes in addition to yoga.

Several people posing in yoga class outdoors.

Join Thrive Yoga and Wellness for its sunset salutation classes that take place outside.

If you want to connect with the community

Thrive Yoga and Wellness, 7550 E. Brainerd Rd.
Join a group class with a variety of options ranging from heated power yoga to yoga on stand up paddle boards.

Outshine Yoga, locations vary.
Take a Kundalini yoga class or focus on yin + meditation. Bonus: Keep an eye out for upcoming yoga retreats.

Chattanooga Fitness Center, 1235 E. 3rd St.
The Chattanooga Fitness Center hosts its free “Yoga for EveryBODY” classes on Mondays at 5:30 p.m. for members of the community — all you need to bring is water and a mat.

The Hunter Museum of American Art, 10 Bluff View Ave.
The museum offers art-inspired yoga classes taught by local and visiting instructors for $5. Pro tip: Check out the events page for the next session.

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