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5 Best Austin Yoga Studios to Bust a Move

Star Austin Craft Realty agent Holly Hughes brings her knowledge of the Austin yoga scene to your doorstep in her top 5 yoga studios to bust a move. 

Are you a yogi new to Austin, in search of a spirtual sea change, or just trying to bust a move?! Check out the best Austin yoga studios below. 

Treehouse Yoga

Treehouse is the spot for those who like their yoga with a view. The 3rd floor location with floor to ceiling windows gives yogis a gorgeous vista of trees that earns the studio its name. Treehouse is a 100% donation based studio, where students can pay what they can for class. They offer both regular and heated vinyasa classes for those who like it hot. Or, try out Vin + Yin – a combination of vinyasa and yin style yoga for relaxation and restoration.

Define Body & Mind

With locations on S. Lamar and on 35th st., Define has your locale covered. Their offerings have a little something for everyone. Whether you prefer spinning, traditional yoga, barre style classes, or even working out on a trampoline (yes, that right, trampoline!!), you can find the perfect way to get your sweat on. My personal favorite class is Define Mind – an hour and fifteen minutes of hammock yoga. You’ll invert to reverse your blood flow and use your hammock to stretch. It’s restorative for the body and mind. Give it a try – you’ll walk out on cloud nine!

Stretch

Stretch is one of Austin’s newest yoga gems. They’re our neighbors on East 6th, so you can catch a class after you finish your apartment hunt with Austin Craft Realty. They have a baller deal for new students - you can get a unlimited month of yoga for just 35 bucks! Classes follow 3 styles – stretch, power stretch, and deep stretch, so you can choose the level of intensity you’d like for your flow. They even do sunset rooftop classes with headphones once a month. If that’s your jam, look out for the next “blissful beats” event!

Black Swan

Black Swan Yoga is a Texas-based studio with an impressive roster of teachers who each bring their own style to the table. Austin boasts 3 locations – downtown, south at Westgate, and north at Anderson lane. If you’re all over this town but want a consistent yoga home, BYS just might be your winner. Not to mention, there are as many as 10 classes a day at each studio, so you’ll certainly find one that works with your busy schedule. Classes are heated to 85-90 degrees, so get ready to sweat!

Sukha

Sukha yoga is Austin home-grown on S. Lamar. Their classes are primarily vinyasa with some yin offerings as well plus a variety of immersions and workshops. The studio space is super serene. Stick around for a few minutes after class to explore the goodies for sale in the shop/lobby. Be careful though, you will likely be so charmed that you’ll want to stay all day!

There ya have it. Now go bust a move! Is there a super cool Austin yoga studio that we've left out? Let us know! 

about the author

Holly Hughes

REALTOR®

Holly Hughes is a proud Texas Native (is there any other kind?) who got her start in the real estate business after finishing her degree at Fordham University in New York City. She has experience with residential rentals in one of the world's hottest markets and has also worked in property management. She brings her NYC savvy to the Austin market and will always go the extra mile to ensure her clients find their perfect match.

Holly specializes in Apartment Locating and is knowledgeable about the best deals in Austin. She works with her clients efficiently and often can locate the perfect home in just one afternoon.

When Hotly isn't out in the field touring apartments, she spends her free time enjoying the all best things Austin has to offer. You can find her exploring the greenbelts with her pup Olive, rock climbing, or fueling her pursuits with breakfast tacos and BBQ.

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