Yoga >YogaWorks - Midtown
“At the midtown location, the studio is tucked away from the street traffic below and the practice room is surrounded by great, big windows, creating a very open and expansive feeling.”
“Plus, they keep merging with other great studios (like Karma Yoga on the west side), which is a plus for variety and location.”
“it's just a great place.”
“In NYC it is so hard to find a really good yoga studio, I tried so many of them and I have to say that Yoga works is the best of all - teachers are professional and mostly all members are really great people.”
Wonderful Yoga studio. Midtown Yoga Works is a lovely studio on 12th floor on East 56th street with big windows, friendly staff and very good teachers. The place is clean, though pretty cramped, especially when one class is finished and another one about to start. Monthly fee right now is $95 which seems on par with other yoga studios, however, the schedule is rather limited. There are some mid day classes and 1-2 evening classes M-F, all at 1-2 level, so if you are looking for a bit more advanced practice or need more classes at different hours, you are out of luck. Overall, this is a much needed studio for an area short on yoga classes.
The Best Yoga in NY.
I've tried other yoga studios before, specifically laughing lotus and yoga to the people-- but no where else do I feel so warmly greeted and regarded. I think of yoga-works as a family-- I have been attending class there for about 5 years now. When I found out the studio had a presence on city search I felt mandated to contribute...there is literally not enough I can say about the people at yoga-works... you just have to try for yourself.
check on the 2 weeks for $30 deal. also, the downtown studio (138 5th avenue) has an AMAZING space.
google yogaworks for full detail, schedules etc.
Best Yoga in NYC!.
This YogaWorks location is amazing! I have been practicing yoga for 10 years and have always felt at home in this and the rest of the YogaWorks schools.
At the midtown location, the studio is tucked away from the street traffic below and the practice room is surrounded by great, big windows, creating a very open and expansive feeling. The staff is warm and friendly, the space is kept neat and clean and the instructors are highly educated and knowledgable when it comes to creating a safe and nurturing class. They offer every type of yoga: for the beginner just starting out to the advanced practitioner with a daily commitment.
If you love yoga or just want to find out more about it, you found the right place. At all studios, there are yoga advisors available and they really helped me find a good fit as far as class style, level and teacher. These guys know what they are doing: providing brilliant yoga in simple, yet beautiful environments.
Also, check out their other programs: workshops, teacher training and even pilates! yum ; )
Haven't been there, just thought I'd share.... I haven't been to any of these locations- however while researching this place, it looked great until I called to question about the "free mats" that citysearch quotes under "insider tips". They actually do charge the $2 rental fee, which is not a lot, but at the same time, classes are $20...I'm thinking it's starting to get kinda pricey. Most places charge $15-$19/ class. I'm glad I called to check- so thought I'd pass it along.
This little gem hidden on the upper floors of a high rise in Midtown. A mix of cool and relaxed, the vibe is totally authentic and yet still friendly. All the teachers are advanced trained and amazing... clean... oh and cheap! The cheapest best yoga in the city. AND this studio also houses one of the most amazing yoga meditation teachers of our time... Alan Finger. Who is so gifted and completely unpretentious.
I love it there! You should definitely check it out.
Yoga Works rocks.
Hi! I live in NYC and I love yoga....been practicing it for 10 years already.
In NYC it is so hard to find a really good yoga studio, I tried so many of them and I have to say that Yoga works is the best of all - teachers are professional and mostly all members are really great people...I like going here.
A sun salutaion to Yoga Works. I was very impressed by the skill and attention from the teachers, and they also are opening in some new locations which will make it much more accessable for me.
Accommodating schedules, five locations and specialty classes keep this studio flexible..
Looking for a neighborhood yoga studio uptown, downtown, and in midtown? One membership grants access to five New York locations. Classes--offered at all levels throughout the day--draw on a range of styles, including Ishta a comprehensive fusion tradition that focuses on individual needs) and Yoga Works' signature form (designed to enhance the yoga experience through precision training). Newbie yogis can learn the basics in an introductory workshop, while enthusiasts can train to become certified instructors.
BeYoga/Yoga Works has something for everyone. BeYoga offers something for everyone. There are many different styles taught as well as many teachers to choose from making it a pleasure to take classes. The studios are clean and very pleasant and all the people both teachers and students are approachable and friendly.
Be Yoga is the best. I love Be Yoga. I started taking classes there a couple of months ago and I am addicted. The instructors are friendly and helpful, and there is a range of class levels for everyone. Plus, they keep merging with other great studios (like Karma Yoga on the west side), which is a plus for variety and location.
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