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The donation based system embodies the commie cardio ethos of yoga...love it
The instructors are great mixing in "pushups " to the mix...my arms have toned w/in a month..I've found strength in my wrists.
Heated slightly. Peaceful kind of quiet.
Tranquility from the instructor' soft spoken voice ....a sort of peace. Luv it ..
Dam - what a work out! :)
Great cheap classes… but it's crowded and you will break a serious sweat… like go shower after
I went here for my first yoga class ever. I was sore for two days afterward but totally understand the hype. If you're thinking of going, DO. You will be hooked
Good place if you know what you're doing. Not recommend if you are new as the classes are so packed it's impossible for the teachers to actually do anything but yell out poses and tell you to breathe
Donation based 1 hour vinyasa classes. No frills space, but a solid practice. Bring your own mat.
Show up early & be prepared to SWEAT! This place gets packed but it's filled with positive vibes and good energy.
Arrive early to make sure you get a good spot.
The Mon, wed, Fri, vinyasa class is awesome!
Great value, lively yoga studio
Love the fitness center and instructors, hate the neighborhood
Avoid peak hours after work as classes can get way packed (esp during the school year)
cheap, with different classes (see different locations), can be crowded
Great yoga spot. $2 to rent a mat and the class is donation based. Come at least 20 min early to get a good spot. Each class varies in difficulty so be ready for a surprise!
try to make the 4:30 class, it's less crowded
Bring your own mat and breathe deep.
They cram people into this studio, but donation based and for all skill levels, it's a prime spot for a beginner. Instructors are mostly good.
The upstairs studios are more airy and have more natural light
My favorite place to do yoga in the city. Unpretentious, donation based and nothing but the good ol' basics.
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 :)
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.
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)
jessica is the best teacher. great guidance and a spectacular voice.
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...
Nothing beats the ringing of the Tibetan singing bowl in terms of vibrations & sensations!
Get there early! And bring your own yoga mat. Don't forget a tip!
Wonderful class taught by fabulous instructors. Will forever go here to break a sweat! 😅😅
This free studio makes Vinyasa yoga accessible to everyone. Even though classes can be crowded, the come-one-come-all spirit puts everyone in a good mood.
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!
Be prepared to sweat.
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)
Sweat like a pool and feel super accomplished the moment you step outside.
A great place for people who are new to yoga. A relaxed, welcoming environment for all levels. If you've never been, arrive thirty minutes early and ask the teacher to give you an introduction
You want one of the two spots at the front perpendicular to the rest of the class.
The 6pm and 7:30pm classes on weekdays fill up quickly. Arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time.
Awesome classes, people who attend the class get a bit entitled though.
try a night class! It's fun when all four levels are full of yogis!
This place blows
Very crowded, get there super early for a good spot