Ground yourself from home or in-person with the help of these yoga experiences.
Behind the scenes of a Lyons Den Digital yoga livestream class
Lyons Den Power Yoga
Unable to open for in-person instruction due to the pandemic, Lyons Den has created a robust list of online classes built around the practice of power vinyasa yoga. The courses will push your body to its physical limits, offering customers a unique digital experience they won’t be able to find anywhere else. This makes fitness fun and accessible through subscriptions.
Mimi For Me Yoga
Mimi For Me Yoga provides the quintessential boutique experience, featuring a wide variety of yoga and wellness classes in private groups exclusively. Additionally, it offers catered classes for essential workers who are looking to recenter their minds and bodies as they work strenuous jobs. Clients can choose among (classes via Zoom) three-month, six-month and unlimited monthly memberships to gain access to any calendar events the studio offers. 108-12 72nd Ave., Queens
Pilates Shop Yoga Garage offers a spin on traditional yoga that incorporates Pilates to create a one-of-a-kind bodily experience. It offers limited in-person courses for private groups with a variety of instructors, including the owner of the establishment. This boutique studio wants clients to focus on setting intentions and establishing goals—and if the pandemic has proved anything, it’s that we all need more of that focus right now. 2805 Broadway