FEEL GOOD, DO GOOD
Get stronger, calmer, and more resilient with every Yoga District class you take. You’re also doing good when you practice with us – your purchase of $14 or less per class directly supports our yoga outreach programs to those in need.
Thousands around the world join our live-streaming, interactive classes. Over 20 classes daily, from beginner to advanced.
Down-to-earth yoga and meditation classes across 6 DC studios, masked. Featuring a wide variety of inspiring teachers & styles.
Get some fresh air with us. Our small outdoor classes are at 6 parks across DC, weather permitting.
Our affordable, top-rated training focuses on a wide variety of yoga styles, inclusivity, and trauma sensitivity. Offered three times a year, our trainings are directed by founder of the George Washington University yoga teacher training program and Advisor to the Yoga Alliance Training Standards Committee, Jasmine Chehrazi. Learn why our graduates call the training “transformative.”
Feeling like it’s a bit too much these days? Join us for a yoga and anxiety workshop with Alice K. therapist and YD teacher.
If you’re coming to a studio, please wear a mask & bring proof of vaccination. Some classes require proof of booster (but only if you’re booster-eligible). Stay strong!
Thanks for the love:
More five star ratings on yelp than any other studio in DC.
Voted best yoga studio in the Washington City Paper for over five years.
Voted best yoga studio by readers of the Washington Post Express for years.
“…Teachers as dedicated as any in Washington… [with] classes costing about half what many studios in the city charge.”
“At Yoga District you won’t break the bank paying for classes… [There’s] a more relaxed and casual atmosphere at their studios, with students praising the positive environment. That is one of the many reasons Yoga District was voted the ‘Best Yoga Studio in D.C.'”
“Yoga District staff and instructors are incredibly welcoming and kind… I love their variety of classes and locations. Since the pandemic they have made the switch to virtual classes so well – I hardly feel the difference. And they are affordable! I love their mission to make yoga accessible to everyone.”
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