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Here's Kansas City's favorite form of exercise — and the best spots to sweat in style

Here's Kansas City's favorite form of exercise — and the best spots to sweat in style
Photo: CorePower Yoga/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on August 23, 2019.

What does Kansas City have in common with Austin, Charlotte, Portland and Oklahoma City?

According to ClassPass' 2019 fitness trends, those cities share one most popular form of group exercise class: yoga.

Want to know where to go when it comes to Kansas City's most popular workout? 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.)

Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Links included in this article may earn Hoodline a commission on clicks and transactions.

Hagoyah

515 W. 75th St., Ward Parkway

Hagoyah | Photo: ClassPass

Hagoyah is Kansas City's favorite yoga studio by the numbers, with 4.7 stars out of 229 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of 16 reviews on Yelp and 2,648 fans on Facebook.

"If you're looking to pamper yourself while increasing immunity, manage depression, anxiety and improve overall circulation to make you look and feel radiant - take a yoga class at Hagoyah!" explains the business's ClassPass profile. "Hagoyah offers yoga classes for all levels as well as hair salon services, so you can easily incorporate both yoga and beauty into your regimen!"

"Hagoyah [huh-goi-yuh] Hagoyah is a Eufora salon focusing on holistic beauty," its Yelp page continues. "Services include; hair, skin, massage, including Thai Yoga Massage and Yoga. We use Eufora International products in our style studio, & carry products from local artisans."

Check out reviews of Hagoyah's classes on ClassPass here.

KC Yoga Center

8741 N. Dixson Ave., Prairie Point-Wildberry

Photo: Kelly C./Yelp

Also among Kansas City's favorites is KC Yoga Center, with 4.9 stars out of eight reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 17 reviews on Yelp and 2,412 fans on Facebook.

"KC Yoga Center (KC-YC) is more than yoga," according to the business's ClassPass profile. "10% of KC-YC's gross revenue goes directly to local charities and community service. They are a movement and meditation center where you receive individual attention and are part of a community based on service, education, and wellness."

Check out reviews of KC Yoga Center's offerings on ClassPass here.

CorePower Yoga

4725 Wyandotte St., Country Club Plaza

CorePower Yoga | Photo: ClassPass

With 4.9 stars out of 3,814 reviews on ClassPass, four stars out of 21 reviews on Yelp and 1,038 fans on Facebook, CorePower Yoga has garnered plenty of local fans.

"CorePower Yoga offers a truly unique yoga practice based on intuition rather than tradition," per the business's profile on ClassPass. "CorePower Yoga heals, detoxifies and exhilarates the body and mind with emphasis on movement, balance and intention. CorePower Yoga has created a dynamic, challenging program that combines strength, sweat and spirituality."

"CorePower Yoga strives to show the world the incredible, life-changing things that happen when an intensely physical workout is rooted in the mindfulness of yoga," its Yelp page continues. "Through a variety of yoga classes, convenient times and 160+ studios nationwide, CorePower Yoga works every muscle & every emotion, turning doubt into security & stress into sweat. CorePower Yoga classes are taught by passionate and encouraging certified yoga instructors who take a typical yoga practice and crank it up to 11."

Read reviews of CorePower Yoga's classes on ClassPass here.

Karma Tribe Yoga

3545 Broadway Blvd., Hanover Place

Karma Tribe Yoga | Photo: ClassPass

With 4.8 stars out of 160 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of 10 reviews on Yelp and 3,979 fans on Facebook, Karma Tribe Yoga holds its own among the competition.

"At Karma Tribe Yoga, their mission is to provide high-quality yoga education to the public in a serene, urban studio," states the business's ClassPass profile. "Their doors are open to all genders, races, sexual orientations, abilities, belief systems, and income levels. They firmly believe that yoga belongs to everyone and has the ability to enrich lives from the inside out."

The business' Yelp page states, "Karma Tribe Yoga is a nonprofit, donation-based yoga studio. We take a holistic approach to vinyasa yoga for all experience levels and bodies. We specialize in transformation from the inside out in a supportive, safe and beautiful environment."

Learn more about Karma Tribe Yoga's selection of classes on ClassPass here.

KC Yoga Kula

912 E. 63rd St., Western 49-63

Photo: KC Yoga Kula/Yelp

With 4.7 stars out of 55 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of three reviews on Yelp and 1,602 fans on Facebook, KC Yoga Kula is another popular local pick.

"At KC Yoga Kula, they believe yoga is a personal journey, and they will meet you wherever you are," per the business's profile on ClassPass. "With experienced teachers, knowledgeable in a wide variety of styles, you will find a class that suits your needs. See their class descriptions for more details."

"Friendly instructors teach a variety of styles including relaxing restorative and deep stretch, fundamentals and slow flow, vinyasa and aerial yoga," continues its Yelp page. "Special interest workshops are open to the public."

Learn more about KC Yoga Kula's classes on ClassPass here.


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