The Basics

Yoga District, the highest-rated DC yoga studio on yelp.com for over a year, offers affordable and by-donation yoga classes in community-run yoga centers committed to eco-friendly practices. Why not join us?

Our laid back community of diverse students and dedicated teachers are exploring yoga for fun, health, peace, and a variety of other reasons. Our teachers are trained in a wide range of unique yoga traditions, so please try classes with a few different teachers using our intro-pass for new students to find the style you’re looking for.

Learn more about Yoga District studios and our nonprofit mission here…

What's Happening

DC Dharma Day @ George Washington University, May 26th

March Book for the Month@ 14th St, March 25th, 6:00pm

Current Teachings in Yoga Standards @ Video Conference, March 30th, 7am

Lighten up! Intro to Ayurveda and Spring Flow Practice @ 14th, March 30th, 2:00pm

Live Life Now: A Practical Workshop on Mindfulness @ 14th, March 31st, 2:30pm

Retreats

Women’s Spring Yoga Retreat @ Harper’s Ferry, April 26-28th

Summer Meditation Retreat @ Chesapeake Bay, June 7-9th

Upcoming Yoga Training

Little Flower Children’s Yoga Training Module 2 Session starting on April 6th @ Washington, DC – $545 Early Bird

-200 Hour Spring Extended Teacher Training Session starting April 6th @ Washington, DC -$2000 Early Bird until October 6th + $180 book fee

-200 Hour Spring Intensive Teacher Training Session starting April 17th @ Washington, DC -$2000 Super Early Bird until October 17th + $180 book fee

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The Buzz

Rated “Best Yoga Studio” by the Washington City Paper 7+ years

express-best-of-2013Voted “Best Yoga Studio” in DC by the Express for 5+ years

Highest-rated yoga studio in DC on yelp.com for over a year.

cbs-logo “Yoga District is DC’s premiere yoga studio.”

“…Teachers as dedicated as any in Washington… [with] classes costing about half what many studios in the city charge”

…Nonprofit studio Yoga District is one of the main forces behind the “yoga activist” outreach effort in the area (Washington Post)

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