10 Places to Practice Yoga South of Boston

10 Places to Practice Yoga South of Boston.

Note: This list is a compilation based on internet research and is for informational purposes only. This is by no means a comprehensive list of studios. Have one to add? Contact us.

Looking for a place to practice yoga around the South Shore? Below is a short list of South Shore yoga studios. Yoga studios are popping up everywhere! If you go, send an email or leave a comment and let us know about your experience.

Yoga

Healing Tree Yoga, Quincy

Style: non-heated, kripalu, hatha, pilates, vinyasa

Real Life Yoga, Quincy

Style: Beginner, Hatha, non-heated

Dancing Crow Yoga, Hingham

Style: Focus on safety, alignment, experienced and beginner practitioners, non-heated

Open Doors Power Yoga – Multiple locations throughout the south shore

Style: Hot power yoga

Balance Studio, Cohasset

Style: hot, vinyasa, hatha, barre classes

Whitman Wellness Center, Whitman

Style: heated, non-heated, vinyasa, hatha

Emma’s Dragon Fly Yoga Studio, Marshfield

Style: non-heated, Chill (gentle), vinyasa

Downward Dog Studios, Weymouth

Style: non-heated, hatha, gentle, vinyasa

The Sanctuary of Plymouth, Plymouth

Style: Varies – Power, Yin, Restorative

Braintree Adult Education, Braintree High School

Style: Varies – stress relief, hatha

 

Your turn: What studio, center or location is missing? Leave a comment and maybe we’ll create a follow up post!

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2 Responses to “10 Places to Practice Yoga South of Boston” Subscribe

  1. Leanna April 19, 2012 at 10:33 am #

    Those are great choices. Only thing I’d add is one’s living room!

  2. Jenny October 22, 2012 at 4:59 pm #

    Secret Physique Barre Studio: Locations in Pembroke, Quincy & Hingham. The first studio on the South Shore to offer “Barre”. Est. 2008