9 Uniquely Beautiful Yoga Studios Around the World

Yoga studios offer a peaceful place to practice, whether you’re a beginner, or a long time student.
The interiors of yoga studios play a big part in attracting new practitioners, and are usually inviting, warm, and make people feel comfortable.
While some yoga studios feature minimal art, others are more elaborate. Design elements should make a space feel sacred, and soothing to the mind.
Here are nine uniquely beautiful yoga studios from around the world:

Amrita Yoga and Wellness

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Amrita Yoga features skylights in every classroom, as well as an indoor waterfall, and roaring fireplaces. The atmosphere is very welcoming, and clean. In addition to a broad range of yoga and pilates classes, Amrita also offers massages within this beautiful space.


Blue Osa Retreat and Spa

Costa Rica
Blue Osa Retreat and Spa is located in the rain forest of the Osa Peninsula, with ample wildlife, and a secluded beach just meters away from the resort. Guests also have access to an eco spa, an open kitchen, an organic garden, and a chemical-free lap pool.


The Yoga Barn

Ubud, Bali
The Yoga Barn is located in the heart of Ubud, Bali’s cultural hub that continues to gain popularity in the yoga community, and is within walking distance of Jalan Monkey Forest. It offers beautiful mountain scenery, with a total of five studios, two of which have daily classes, and three that are available for rent. The Yoga Barn also contains a Holistic Healing center, with Sound Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, and much more.

Kindness Yoga

Denver, Colorado
Kindness Yoga is a studio where you can expect to be greeted by, well, kindness . . . in addition to amazing teachers and a uniquely beautiful space. The studio itself consists of a striking main yoga room that comfortably fits over 100 yogis, as well as another room with mirrors. The main room features billowing white tapestries that hang from the ceiling, illuminated by plenty of natural light.

Yogamaya New York

New York, New York
Designed to feel like a temple in India, Yogamaya is located in the heart of New York City. The studio has an open, free-flowing layout, as well as plentiful natural light by means of large and ornate skylights. The space is at once elegant and simplistic, and boasts oversized rooms and vaulted ceilings to create a sense of openness – a truly calming sanctuary.

Liberation Yoga

Los Angeles, California
Liberation Yoga features a semi-outdoor garden studio with trees, fountains, and ancient Chinese wood carvings. The indoor yoga room has rich dark wood floors, and twinkling star lights, which provide a magical environment to practice yoga.


Lightspace Yoga

Melbourne, Australia
True to its name, Lightspace Yoga is a very light and airy studio, with skyline views of Melbourne. In this studio, you can enjoy the plywood furniture, white bamboo floors, and wallpaper murals of the coastline. If you enjoy spaces that are beautifully modern and decorated with a tasteful minimalism, look no further.

Dharma Yoga

Austin, Texas
The Dharma Yoga studio is renowned as much for its inviting, warm setting as it is for its compassionate teachers. Classes at Dharma range from vigorous vinyasa flows to relaxing hatha nightcaps. The warm colored walls of the studio are lined with soft lighting as well as Buddha statues, paintings, and beautiful hanging lanterns.

Yoga View

Chicago, Illinois
Yoga View is a 1,300-square-foot studio that has two rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of space to deepen your practice. The style of the classes featured is primarily vinyasa, with a mix of ashtanga. You’ll practice in a big, open setting, with a vibe that emanates peace and inner focus.

Hamsa Yoga Studio

Hamsa Yoga is a modern yoga studio located in Scandinavia that has striking white décor, and big inviting rooms that are simplistic yet stunning. The studio’s teaching spans from a heart-oriented philosophy, and has roots in the tantric tradition. English classes can be taught at request.

There you have it – nine incredible studios to add to your bucket list. With all the beautiful and unique yoga spaces around the world, this is by no means a comprehensive list! Have you recently visited a yoga studio that’s out of this world? Comment, and share below!
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Elena Ziskind

A Russian born Texas girl, Elena has a degree in Health Information Management, and works at a hospital. Fairly new to yoga, Elena hopes to soon get her YTT. Apart from her practice, she loves traveling, reading, and has a major sweet tooth.

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