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Get ready for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week by perfecting your yoga skills. Then go grab Starbucks Frappuccino bottled beverage for an afternoon reward.
The studio offers purely donation-based classes to all types of people! The open-embrace philosophy and relaxed energy keeps the studio alive by word of mouth.
you will walk out of this place feeling like a new human being.
make sure to get there at least 10 minutes before the class starts to be sure to get a good spot
Feel worse about yourself while the people next to you flow like champions. Continue to go and you could be this person.
They have a suggested donation of $10 and their vinyasa flow will kick your ass.
Practice will work your soul. The stairs will work your glutes.
Bring a towel!!!
I love this place. Get there half an hour before class starts to get a spot. Definitely go on Sundays for the candle-lit classes.
Get there early. Free yoga in NYC means a crowd and this place fills up fast. Also, bring bottled water. You WILL sweat. A lot. Don't get dehydrated.
Monday thru Friday:,7am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4:30pm 6pm, 7:30pm, 9pmSaturday: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 5pm, 7pmSunday: 10am, 12pm (90min), 2pm, 5pm 7pm (candle-lit) & 8:30pm (candle-lit)
Amazing people, great energy
I love the secret room that no one goes in - cooler and less crowded ;)
Go to 7am yoga! Not crowded, great workout!
Candle-lit classes Sunday evening are a great way to finish the weekend and flow into the week.
Sweat like a pool and feel super accomplished the moment you step outside.
Awesome classes, people who attend the class get a bit entitled though.
bring a towel! Super wetness! Come early and leave a good donation
Great workout - donate what you can!
One of the best ways to spend an hour. Awesome instructors and great for first-timers on up. Namaste!
Yoga is the perfect workout for college students because it's simultaneously challenging and relaxing. Don't worry about your budget at Yoga to the People – donate as much or as little as you can.
most of the teachers play Coldplay and say every sentence like its a question and inform you that "humans are like, really complex." oh, the sacrifices I make for sliding scale yoga...
I hate crowded places. I hate being hot. And before this I hated exercise. But I love this place. I get why people go here, and it's not just because it's "donation yoga". Go often.
This place blows
Get there 15 min. early or else you gon' be smellin' some feet!
Halfway through my class the Michael Jackson song from Free Willy came on. I know this isn't really a tip but still awesome!
Basic Vinyasa flow, no pretense, usually work up a healthy sweat & fills the lungs with new life. My weekend treat to myself, never regretted.
Embrace the vibrational breathing! It's the only studio I've been to that encourages it.
Mat rental is $2, water $1, class by donation.
Arrive early and bring your own clean mat, donate well if you can! Candle lit classes are amazing.
Evening classes fill up fast! Get there 10-15 mins ahead to secure a comfy spot. Studio is still donation based. Namaste.
It's all about 90 minute yoga on Sundays!
Packed like sardines. Get there at least 10-15 minutes before.
Get there early on Mondays after work (or wait until 9pm!)! The 7:30pm class is usually packed.
Get there early to get a spot!
Try to use a restroom before you arrive. Always a long line right before class and you don't want to miss those precious moments in child's pose!
Doors open 30 mins before class starts. Get there early for a good spot!
Great yoga studio! Get here 20-30 minutes early if you want a good spot and definitely go for candle-lit yoga on Sundays
Get there EARLY and be ready to sweat! Mats at $2 to rent.
Always crowded. Always very warm. Always great yoga. The result is that you'll always feel better when you leave.
Get there early for a spot. Love it here. Been going for 7 years!
breathe. be OK with mats/people being 1 inch from yours. they often remind us, this is NYC... you chose this. so smile :)
if you can pull yourself out of bed early enough, 7am weekday class is not a clusterfuck
Monday-Friday: 7am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4:30pm 6pm, 7:30pm, 9pm. Saturday:10am, 12pm, 2pm, 5pm, 7pm. Sunday10am, 12pm (90min), 2pm, 5pm, 7pm (candle-lit) & 8:30pm (candle-lit)