Want to know where to go when it comes to yoga in Louisville?
Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, there's no shortage of popular yoga options to consider in and around Louisville.
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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721 E. Washington St., Suite A
Suspend is Louisville's favorite yoga studio by the numbers, with 4.7 stars out of 74 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of three reviews on Yelp and 2,701 fans on Facebook.
"Suspend is one of Louisville’s first movement studios dedicated exclusively to aerial arts and cirque fitness," states the business's profile on ClassPass.
"It offers classes such as aerial yoga, aerial silks, aerial hoop, rope, static trapeze and more."
Learn more about Suspend's different classes on ClassPass here.
Fitness Yoga with Sarah
8314 Preston Highway
Also among Louisville's favorites is Fitness Yoga with Sarah, with four stars out of four reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of one review on Yelp and 706 fans on Facebook.
"We offer vinyasa classes with a core strength focus," its Yelp page says. "There are more than 40 classes each month on mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends. We also offer Zumba and massage therapy."
Learn more about Fitness Yoga with Sarah's offerings on ClassPass here.
10500 Westport Road, Suite #103
With 4.8 stars out of 120 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 17 reviews on Yelp and 855 fans on Facebook, Sweaty Buddha has garnered plenty of local fans.
"Sweaty Buddha specializes in Bikram Yoga," its Yelp page continues. "This hot yoga series consists of 26 postures and two breathing exercises, Practiced in a room heated to 105 degrees, the series was created for total body health."
Check out reviews of Sweaty Buddha's classes on ClassPass here.
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