Want to know where to go when it comes to yoga in Long Beach?
Luckily, there's no shortage of high-caliber yoga options to choose from in and around Long Beach.
To find the top yoga studios in the area, Hoodline analyzed data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass to identify which studios are the most popular. Read on for the results.
(Bonus: You can try them all out if you're a member of ClassPass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings.)
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242 E. Third St., Long Beach
"At Yoga108, we merge strong physical asana with the ancient teachings of yoga," according to the business' Yelp page. "Students can get a great workout, learn physical yoga technique, find community and download the deep wisdom of the yoga tradition. Whether you are working on fitness or spirituality, Yoga108 has many offerings: daily vinyasa classes, workshops, events, kirtans, teacher trainings, retreats and pilgrimages to India."
Check out reviews of the different classes at Yoga108 on ClassPass here.
3910 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach
"FreeSpirit Yoga offers a variety of yoga classes for the beginner, intermediate and advanced practitioner, as well as for people just getting started with their first yoga class," explains the business' profile on ClassPass. "They are a friendly neighborhood yoga studio that welcomes everyone from the surrounding areas."
"Our philosophy is to incorporate movement with breath to make the body and mind healthy and to take silent time to get centered before and after class," FreeSpirit Yoga explains on its Yelp page.
Learn more about the different classes at FreeSpirit Yoga on ClassPass here.
5280 E. Second St., Long Beach
"At Go Inward we provide training and treatments in many forms that support your body, mind and spirit connection, so that you may show up as a better version of yourself in daily relationships and your roles in the world," Go Inward says on its Yelp page.
Go Inward is "a holistic sanctuary hidden in Belmont Shore, offering Kundalini yoga and meditation technology, flow, Hatha, restorative and Yin yoga, mindful meditation, awareness training, craniosacral therapy and acupuncture," its Yelp page continues. "Go Inward also offers reiki and energy healing modalities, aromatherapy and essential oil training, intuitive life coaching and sacred sound and gong sound healing."
See what people are saying about the classes at Go Inward on ClassPass here.
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