Guide to FREE Yoga in NYC

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Where to do Free Yoga In NYC

Yoga doesn’t have to come with the baggage of added costs and hidden fees the way gyms often do – especially come summertime. Ease some of the stress that comes with subway delays and a busy NYC social life. Practice mindfulness and self-care any day of the week at these free yoga classes around the city. Plus, check out all the parks and outdoor spaces with free yoga pop-ups all season long.

BRYANT PARK

Upper Terrace, Manhattan

Suns out, sun salutations out at Bryant Park this summer! The 2018 yoga season is made possible by the generosity of KeVita®, a leading manufacturer of fermented probiotic and kombucha beverages. A supporting sponsor, Gaiam, a yoga, fitness and wellness brand, will donate 1,200 yoga mats for participants to use throughout the season. The mats are provided free of charge for anyone who does not have one. However, they are collected at the end of the session.



Hours

:

The twice-weekly classes will be held Tuesday mornings on the Upper Terrace 10 AM-11 AM, and Thursday evenings on the Lawn 6 PM-7PM. All classes are free and open to the public.

WASHINGTON SQ. PARK

Garibaldi Plaza, Manhattan

Get your Wednesday and Thursday mornings off the ground right, but starting from the group up at Washington Sq. Park with some early morning flexing. 8:30 a.m. is the perfect time to clear your headspace with some free park stretching – plus, it’s perfect for kids.



Hours:

Wed, Thursday at 8:30am until 9/12

Yoga at the Battery

Woodlawn Lawn at Battery Park Underpass

Stretch out by the water in The Battery with two perfect times for weekday and weekend relaxation and breath practice. Sundays you can warm up for the week ahead with 11:30 am classes and on Wednesdays, squeeze in a little post-work movement with a 6:30pm class.



Hours

: Wed. at 6:30pm, Sun. at 11:30 am

HOSH YOGA

657 Meeker Ave.

Hosh Yoga in Brooklyn exists to serve the community through yoga and meditation classes as well as through youth and senior wellness programs throughout NYC. They are a non-profit whose main focus is their students and you can stop in to see what it’s all about!


Hours:

8 AM – 9PM, varies but open 7 days a week


YOGA TO THE PEOPLE

12 St. Marks Place b/w 2nd and 3rd Ave.

Yoga to the People offers Power Vinyasa Flow classes 7 days a week at their St. Marks location. A donation of $10 is suggested for each class.



Hours:

Multiple times a day, 7 days a week. See website for info.

Harlem Yoga

44 W. 125th St.

Enjoy community classes at Harlem Yoga for a suggested donation of $8. Classes are offered 7 days a week.



Hours:

Daily donation classes. Hours vary



Sputnik Yoga

384 Throop St.

Sputnik Yoga offers


free classes at a community center in Bedstuy in addition to hundreds of free events across the city.


Register for class


here


or

search our site for free Sputnik events!



Hours:

Wednesdays 7:00pm – 8:00pm



Bikram Yoga Harlem

145th and Broadway

Enjoy community classes at Bikram Yoga Harlem twice a week on a pay-what-you-can basis. This is special because it allows you to practice yoga at a higher level without the mounting burden of costly advanced classes.



Hours:

Sundays at 4:30pm and Wednesdays at 12:30pm




Wanderlust Yoga

837 Washington St.

Enjoy a free yoga class every Friday morning at the epic and futuristic Samsung 837 downtown space. It will definitely bring some zen to your Friday.



Hours:

Fridays 8:30am



Storm Yoga

1700 3rd Ave. b/w 95th and 96th St.

Storm Yoga offers free classes across the city for all levels. Join their Thursday night class at the Beacon Center.



Hours

: Thursdays 6:30pm


Sonic Yoga

944 8th Ave.

Drop-in to Sonic Yoga’s community classes for pay-what-you-can or a suggested donation of $5. They also offer free meditation classes.



Hours:

Wednesdays 8:00pm, Fridays 9:00am, Sundays 1:00pm



Yoga Agora

33-02 Broadway

Yoga Agora is a not for profit yoga studio situated in Brooklyn. Select 60-minute classes at this Astoria studio are on a sliding scale or pay-what-you-can basis, which means if you don’t have the cash flow, but want to flex, it’s possible. You can also participate in a donation-based 75-minute class on the weekends.



Hours:

Monday – Friday at 7am and 2pm. Sat-Sun at 8am.



Three Jewels

61 4th Ave.

This studio offers free meditation classes and donation-based classes on select community classes Sundays and Mondays.



Hours:

Classes and hours vary.


Brooklyn Yoga Studio

82 6th Ave.

Attend donation based classes at this Brooklyn brownstone turned yoga studio.



Hours:

Classes held every day. Hours vary.

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