The Ultimate Tucson Yoga Studio Guide

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Looking for a place to practice yoga in Tucson? We’ve got you covered with our ultimate Tucson yoga studio guide. Whether you like it fast and hot or slow and deep, there is no shortage of yoga in our little desert town.

We do our best to keep this list updated. Contact the studio for the most current and accurate information.

Barefoot Studio Owner, Brianna Arndt
Barefoot Studio Owner, Brianna Arndt

Barefoot Yoga

6781 North Thornydale Road #225
7352 North Oracle Road

Barefoot Yoga has two northwest locations. They offer your standard variety of Hatha Yoga, Flow Yoga, Yin Yoga and more along with their own unique classes like Fresh Start and Belly and Buns. Barefoot Yoga is also one of a handful of studios offering teacher training programs.

Details

  • Drop-in: $12
  • Mat Rental: $1
  • New Student Special: $35/month unlimited classes

More info at barefootstudiotucson.com

BKS Iyengar Yoga Studio of Tucson

3400 East Speedway Boulevard #200

Located upstairs in the Whole Foods center, BKS Iyengar Yoga Studio is one of the oldest studios in Tucson and all of the instructors are Iyengar certified. Iyengar style practice emphasizes physical alignment and the use of props. The drop-in rate is a little higher for this specialized practice and they do not accept credit cards so make sure you bring cash or a check.

Details

  • Drop-in: $19
  • Mat Rental: Free
  • New Student Special: N/A

More info at iyengartucson.com

Breathe Yoga Instructors

Courtesy of Breathe Yoga

Breathe Yoga Tucson

5905 East Pima Street

One of the newer studios to the Tucson scene focusing on heated Vinyasa Yoga and little of bit of Yin Yoga. Christine Brown opened this eastside studio in 2016 to spread her love of vinyasa yoga to those that are drawn to the practice. They offer about 16 classes a week including one of the few Ashtanga-inspired classes in Tucson.

Details

  • Drop-in: $10
  • Mat Rental: $1
  • New Student Special: N/A

More info at breatheyogatucson.com

Lori Fitzpatrick

Lori Fitzpatrick, owner of Desert Zen Yoga (Credit: Jennifer Rose)

Desert Zen Yoga

10235 East Old Vail Road

Tucson’s newest and furthest east studio has a wide range of classes. Choose from gentle and beginning classes or more advanced and vigorous classes. Options include Buti Yoga, Power Yoga, Yin Yoga, Family Yoga and more. The owner of Desert Zen Yoga, Lori Fitzpatrick, provides a free class once a week for teens to focus on body acceptance and self-esteem.

Details

  • Drop-in: $10 (more for specialty classes)
  • Mat Rental: Free
  • New Student Special: First Class Free

More info at desertzenyoga.com

F.I.T. Yoga

9101 North Thornydale Road

Cleverly named F.I.T. (Finding Inner Tranquility) Yoga, offers a wide variety of yoga classes. From heated Vinyasa Yoga to Kundalini Yoga to Chair Yoga, this northwest studio has you covered. Come for the yoga, stay for the views! F.I.T. Yoga is nestled in the Crooked Tree Golf Course.

Details

  • Drop-in: $11
  • Mat Rental: Free
  • New Student Special: $10/2 or $20/two weeks unlimited classes

More info at fityogastudio.com

4th Avenue Yoga Sign

Courtesy of 4th Avenue Yoga

4th Avenue Yoga

413 East Fifth Street

Listed as one of Tucson’s best studios in Tucson Weekly for the last several years, 4th Avenue Yoga is certainly a fan favorite. They offer a nice mix of classes from heated Vinyasa Yoga to Restorative Yoga with an eclectic blend of teachers at an affordable price.

Details

Drop-in: $5
Mat Rental: $2
New Student Special: N/A

More info at 4thavenueyoga.com

Grounded Wellness

Grounded Wellness Instructors (Credit: Pat Albuquerque)

Grounded Wellness (inside Haunted Hands)

3230 North Dodge Boulevard, Studio C

Grounded Wellness is one of the only non-profit yoga studios in Tucson. They have about eight classes each week and several of them are fundraisers for local organizations. They are located inside Haunted Hands, a tattoo shop in the Metal Arts Village. Enjoy $1 off your first beer at Tucson Hop Shop after class!

Details

Drop-in: $5
Mat Rental: Bring your own
New Student Special: First class free

More info at groundedwellness.org

Hot Yoga Tucson Sign

Hot Yoga Tucson Sign (Credit: Ashley Leal)

Heartstone Yoga

8975 East Tanque Verde Road #155

A small studio located on the second floor of the BLOC climbing+fitness center. Their beautiful space offers a variety of yoga and Pilates classes taught by dedicated teachers.

Details

Drop-in: $10
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: N/A

More info at rocksandropes.com

Hot Yoga Tucson

6536 East Tanque Verde Road #160

Choose from Hot Yoga or Hot Yoga Flow at this eastside studio. Jodi Schroeder opened Hot Yoga Tucson to share her love of the heated practice. The room is heated 100-104° with 40% humidity – you will sweat the second you walk in the room but it will feel so good when you finish.

Details

Drop-in: $14
Mat Rental: $2
New Student Special: $20/two weeks unlimited classes

More info at hotyogatucson.com

Mindful Yoga

Courtesy of Mindful Yoga

Mindful Yoga Studio

1101 North Wilmot Road

This eastside studio is a safe haven for physical, emotional and spiritual healing. Their teachers are experienced in Hatha Yoga, Flow, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Cancer Survivors, Gentle Yoga and Yoga for Back Care. Beginners and student with injuries or other physical limitations can practice safely with expert attention to their needs.

Details

Drop-in: $11
Mat Rental: $1
New Student Special: $40/5 classes

More info at mindfulyogatucson.com

OM Yoga

5961 North Oracle Road

Besides the usual mix of Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga and other floor practices, OM Yoga is all about taking flight! They are one of the only places you can try Aerial Yoga and Acro Yoga. Special events include free community classes, yoga and hiking adventures and more. Stop by and check out their cute little boutique!

Details

Drop-in: $12 ($18 for Aerial Yoga)
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: N/A

More info at omyogatucson.com

Session Yoga Eastside Studio

Session Yoga Eastside Studio (Credit: Session Yoga)

Session Yoga

123 South Eastbourne Avenue
1135 North Jefferson Avenue

Since 2012 Session Yoga has been heating things up with their fun and hip Power Yoga classes. Flow in the only infrared-heated studio (about 80º) at one of their two locations to a lively playlist. While most of their classes are Vinyasa Yoga style they do have some Yin Yoga and beginner classes as well. Session Yoga offers a popular yoga teacher training along with outdoor classes at their eastside location.

Details

Drop-in: $8 ($12 for Yin Yoga)
Mat Rental: $2
New Student Special: N/A

More info at sessionyoga.com

Sol Center

3131 North Country Club Road #112

Sol Center was founded by Natasha Korshak who has been teaching yoga in Tucson for a very long time. The classes here are slow, gentle and expansive with an emphasis on the deeper methods of yoga. In addition to asana, they host a weekly meditation sitting group and a Yoga Nidra class.

Details

Drop-in: $10
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: First class $5

More info at solcenter.com

Studio 520

1240 North Stone Avenue

Studio 520 is located within Undisputed Fitness. While they mostly feature Vinyasa Yoga style classes, they have a couple Yin Yoga and Buti Yoga sessions as well. People love the laid-back vibe and welcoming community. Occasionally they offer free community classes and music inspired flows.

Details

Drop-in: $5
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: N/A

More info at studiofivetwenty.com

Sumits Yoga

4951 East Grant Road

This hot yoga studio teaches the unique style developed by its namesake, Sumit Banerjee. They have locations around the country with 100º heat plus humidity to really get your sweat on. Besides Sumits Yoga they also have a couple Yin Yoga and Restorative Yoga classes available.

Details

Drop-in: $16
Mat Rental: $2
New Student Special: $20/two weeks unlimited classes

More info at sumityogatucson.com

Tucson Yoga Instructors

Tucson Yoga Instructors (Credit: Kathleen Dreier)

Tucson Yoga

150 South 4th Avenue

Debbie Daly opened Tucson Yoga in 2003 with a passion for creating a low-cost community-oriented yoga center. She sold the studio to Laurent Baig in 2012. The studio is known for its excellent teaching staff with rich backgrounds and creative approaches. The affordable 30+ classes a week range from Hatha Flow to Yin Yoga. It is also the only studio in Tucson that offers a traditional Mysore style Ashtanga Yoga practice.

Details

Drop-in: $8
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: $18/two weeks unlimited classes

More info at tucsonyoga.com

Tucson Yoga Sol

5821 North Oracle Road

Tucson Yoga Sol is unique in that it was funded and created by a community of hot yoga enthusiasts who wanted a hot yoga studio in Northwest Tucson. Talk about crowdsourcing! They offer the classic Bikram-style heated yoga along with heated Pilates and a slightly less heated Yin Yoga practice.

Details

Drop-in: $17
Mat Rental: $2
New Student Special: $25/two weeks unlimited classes

More info at tucsonyogasol.com

The Yoga Connection

3929 East Pima Road

The Yoga Connection may be Tucson’s longest standing yoga studio. Founded by Priscilla Potter (Swami Maha-Tarananda) as a way to share the wisdom of her teacher, Goswami Kriyananda. The studio is known for its gentle approach and emphasis on meditation and other spiritual teachings. They are a non-profit studio and host an annual holiday silent auction to help support their efforts.

Details

Drop-in: $10
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: $35/one month unlimited classes

More info at yogaconnection.org

Yoga 4 All

500 North Tucson Boulevard #180

Yoga 4 All is the only Kundalini Yoga studio in Tucson. Kundalini Yoga is a unique blend of uplifting spiritual and physical practice aimed at increasing vitality and consciousness. They have one class each day except Fridays. Find them behind Rincon Market in the Village at Sam Hughes. They are also one of a few non-profit studios in Tucson.

Details

Drop-in: $12
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: N/A

More info at yoga4alltucson.org

Jaimie Perkunas

Jaimie Perkunas, Yoga is Therapy Owner (Credit: Jade Beall)

Yoga is Therapy

2921 East Fort Lowell #103

Yoga is Therapy was founded by Jaimie Perkunas to better serve students needing extra support due to various injuries or conditions. Each instructor at Yoga is Therapy is independent and has a unique therapeutic focus. They host free classes for veterans weekly along with several other specialty classes. One of the best things at Yoga is Therapy is the yoga wall! You’ll have to try it yourself but it is a game-changer.

Details

  • Drop-in: $15-35
  • Mat rental: Free
  • New Student Special: N/A

More info at yogaistherapy.com

Yoga Oasis Downtown

YogaOasis Downtown (Credit: Jon Bidwell)

YogaOasis

2631 North Campbell Avenue
7858 East Wrightstown Road #116
245 East Congress Street #101

It is not likely that you practice yoga in Tucson and have not heard of YogaOasis. With three locations and tons of classes, they are voted best yoga studio every year in Tucson Weekly. Their signature practice, developed by owner Darren Rhodes, is Yoga Hour – a fun, playful flow with a great soundtrack.

Details

Drop-in: $11 ($5 for YogaHour)
Mat Rental: Free
New Student Special: N/A

More info at yogaoasis.com

Yoga Vida

2925 East Grant Road

Yoga Vida teaches three distinct, complementary classes derived from the Ghosh Yoga tradition. Ghosh Yoga has a physical therapeutic focus and a spiritual culture. Classes are 90 minutes long and heated to promote deeper stretching, prevent injury and ease tension. They also host Julie Williams (Santosha Yoga) who teaches Hatha Yoga and Yin Yoga a few days a week.

Details

Drop-in: $15 (Santosha Yoga $12)
Mat Rental: Free
New students: $20/two weeks unlimited classes or $10/two classes (Santosha Yoga $5/first class)

More info at yogavidatucson.com

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