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Flow at these Portland yoga studios

Check out these 14 yoga studios around the City of Roses offering sweat-fueled workouts, restorative meditation, and more.

People smile and clap as they stand around a woman who is holding a handstand in an indoor fitness room with a hardwood floor and white walls.

Despite being practiced elsewhere for thousands of years, yoga wasn’t introduced to the Western world until the 18th century.

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, Bridge City has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 14 yoga studios around Portland.

Dozens of people hold yoga poses while standing on colorful mats on a sunny day in a park with green grass and trees.

Salute the sun at an outdoor class in a local park.

Photo by Angela via @forgehotyoga

If you’re just getting started

Forge Hot Yoga & Hot Pilates, 1301 NE Alberta St.
Dip your toes or dive fully into Bikram Hot Yoga, Hot Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga, and Inferno Hot Pilates. Students are encouraged to try any class (there are indoor, outdoor, and online options) and instructors will help modify poses based on individual needs.

Elk Rock Yoga, 5975 SE 52nd Ave.
Try a variety of class styles with focuses on restorative meditation, fast-paced fluid motion, and everything in between. This studio also offers customized yoga therapy sessions.

FLOW IN THE CITY, 140 NW Fourth Ave.
Fans of this studio rave about its friendly staff, amazing playlists, and inclusive atmosphere for all experience levels.

Yoga mats are stretched out on a hardwood floor in a room with tan walls and warm, natural light coming through windows with potted plants.

Forge friendships with other like-minded yoga students in relaxing settings.

Photo by @yogarefuge

If you want to connect with community

Yoga Refuge, 7831 SE Stark St.
Flow through poses in this warm and welcoming third-floor studio overlooking the Montavilla neighborhood. The studio offers artist residencies and opportunities to display artistic works in the hallways.

Rhythms, 1005 NW 16th Ave.
Feel an immediate sense of belonging and relaxation when you enter this calming space where all bodies are welcome and encouraged to find fun, fluidity, and friendship in physical challenges.

Seeking Space Yoga, 8525 SW Barbur Blvd.
Step into this judgment-free space and connect with others who are focused on health and relaxation through practicing mindfulness and movement.

People lie on yoga mats in a room with Earth tones and wall sconces.

“Hot yoga” refers to different yoga styles that take place in warm and heated rooms, leading to more intense workouts.

If you’re looking to sweat

Modo Yoga, 400 SE Grand Ave.
Drop in for a single class or sign up for a membership and get unlimited access to classes, like Power Flow and rooftop sessions in The Secret Garden at the Jupiter NEXT Hotel.

yogaRIOT, 7384 SE Milwaukie Ave.
Level up your strength, stamina, focus, and flexibility in one of four heated classes for a range of skill levels and focuses, like strength building and meditative breathing.

Fuel Yoga Workouts, 826 SW Second Ave.
Push through the burn and discover new levels of strength and flexibility with the help of professional instructors who will help you dig deeper than you knew you could.

Eight people practice yoga, standing on mats with their arms raised toward the sky, on a tiled rooftop.

The Breathe Building offers rooftop yoga, dance, meditation, roller skating, and more.

If you want a mix of fitness options

CORE Fitness + Yoga, 1584 NE Eighth St., Gresham
Zero in on calmness and healing with a COREYOGA class, make cardio more fun with water rowers, bikes, battle ropes, and other equipment in a COREHIIT class, or explore this studio’s other personalized options.

NW Women’s Fitness, 2714 NE Broadway St.
Start your day by getting your blood pumping with classes like Zumba, yoga, and Pilates, then relax with a massage and spa services.

The Breathe Building, 2305 SE 50th Ave.
Build a strong and diverse fitness foundation with classes ranging from alignment-based yoga to roller skating, dance, and bodyweight training.

A person does a handstand while other people in yoga clothing stand in a circle around her, clapping and smiling, in an indoor workout studio.

Sliding scale classes aren’t free, but are rather designed to remove financial barriers to make yoga more accessible.

If you’re looking for donation-based classes

Firelight Yoga, 1475 N. Killingsworth St.
Pay what you can for specific sliding-scale classes, which are offered multiple times each week.

Yoga on Yamhill, 124 SW Yamhill St.
This studio founded over two decades ago offers a wide range of classes taught by several different instructors, including unique options like Therapeutic Yoga and Cannabis Yoga.

Yoga Punx PDX, 2025 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Multiple classes are held each day with sliding-scale pricing taught by instructors who are paid living wages.

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