7 yoga studios to try in Montreal | Montreal CityCrunch

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June 21, 2022 is the World Yoga Day. On this day of celebration, today I offer you an article dedicated to this sport. And where to practice it!

yoga is a discipline with many benefits : reduction of stress, relaxation of muscles, strengthening of the body. What if practicing yoga was also good for world peace? There are different types of yoga, between meditation, stretching, and balance and fitness. Today, we offer you several studios in which you can find your favorite yoga discipline. So no excuses, little raccoons: there is bound to be a type that will suit you perfectly! Namaste!

Idol Hot Yoga

the Idol Hot Yoga mainly offers hot yoga. It is one of the most difficult types of yoga, because the sessions take place in a room heated to 40 degrees. The goal ? Warm up the muscles and make them extremely flexible, while working the cardiovascular system. Idolem also offers outdoor sessions, if you ever prefer to do your session in a bucolic setting โ€“ and less hot? Not sure !

Idol hot yoga
๐Ÿ  8108 St Denis Street, Montreal QC H2P 2G6
Other branches: Le Plateau / Brossard / Longueuilโ€ฆ

Human Movement

Mouvement Humain offers vinyasa, kundalini, hatha, flow and hot yoga classes. So it’s really a good place to test the different types of yoga and find your favorite discipline! They also have pilates classand a new practice I had never heard of: the essences.

human movement
๐Ÿ  2710 Masson Street, Suite 206, Montreal, H1Y 1W5
Other locations: St-Hubert

Akasha Yoga

At the house of Akasha Yoga, almost all yoga disciplines are available. Vinyasa for an athletic and creative practice, yin for a gentle moment focused on breathing, hatha based on the famous sun salutation. They also have Kundalini classes, prenatal yoga and flow. The little extra is the course of yoga in the darkI find the concept interesting and super original to get rid of the fear of the eyes of others!

Akasha Yoga Montreal
๐Ÿ  3413 Notre Dame Street West, Montreal, H4C 1P3

Luna Yoga

At the house of Luna Yogawe focus on Flow, but there are also courses of jivamukti yoga and of yin. The studio also offers virtual workshops and classes. If you’re ever embarrassed, you can even take a Private lesson before you start with the others!

Luna Yoga
๐Ÿ  231 Saint-Paul St West Suite 200, Montreal, QC H2Y 2A2

Studio Balance

the Studio Balance is a studio that also offers a wide variety of classes: pilates (on the floor, Re-form, MOTR, on table & postnatal), yoga (Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, prenatal and postnatal), fitness bar, Essentrics, meditation and reiki. It is therefore impossible not to find your happiness and your inner calm in one of these practices!

Studio Balance
๐Ÿ  1565 Mont-Royal Avenue East, Montreal, H2J 1Z3
Other branches: Jean-Talon, Sherbrooke, Hochelaga, Iles-des-Soeurs, etc.

Created Space

The studio Created Space offers only one type of yoga, but not the least: Iyengar. The Iyengar yoga method emphasizes body alignment. She teaches in a very precise way to build the postures (asanas) and thus, little by little, to practice them better. Carla Ramirez, yoga teacher, will guide you in your practice with kindnessup to Savasana.

Created Space
๐Ÿ  Mont-Royal Avenue East & Chambord Street, Montreal, QC H2J 1Y5

Yoga with Juliet

Fan of outdoor sports, I have the solution for you! Juliette offers you yoga class to Jarry Park, every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. I invite you to follow his Facebook page to find out more. It’s a good way to practice outdoor yogafun guaranteed!

Yoga with Juliet
๐Ÿ  Parc Jarry, Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m.

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