Celebrate National Yoga Month in Pasadena

Thursday, September 8, 2016 | 1:00 am

September is National Yoga month and there’s no better time to get your “om” on than now. Although yoga has become increasingly popular recently, this ancient form of exercise has been around for centuries. Explore different styles – from relaxing hatha to heart pumping Bikram – and find the yoga that’s right for you.

Restorative Yoga

Visit YogaWorks Pasadena for an introduction to the gentler aspects of yoga including classical Iyengar yoga classes, Therapeutics to Vinyasa Flow and their new YogaWorks Meditation classes.

YogaWorks is located at 277 West Green Street. Call 626.381.9785 or visit http://www.yogaworks.com/location/pasadena/.


Reach into the healing benefits of yoga with Yoga of Mystics and Curative Yoga classes at Yoga Kingdom Sanctuary.

They are located at 553 S Lake Avenue. Visit http://yogakingdom.com/ or call (626) 792-7871.


Relax with a candlelight 60-minute full body YogaHop class at Yogahop Studio.

They are located at 450 S Arroyo Parkway. Call (626) 844-7222 or visit http://www.yogahop.com/pas/.


Hot Yoga

Hot Yoga Pasadena is Pasadena’s oldest hot yoga studio which offers a variety of Bikram style classes including special classes for pretern girls and boys.

Hot Yoga Pasadena is located at 2089 E Colorado Boulevard. Call (626) 304-9642 or visit http://www.hotyogapasadena.com/.


Try Stadium Fitness Yoga’s variety of classes for a good introduction to yoga styles. Their popular Heated Sunrise Flow class is ideal for early birds.

Stadium Fitness Yoga is located at 990 S Arroyo Parkway #4. Call (626) 799-5800 or visit http://www.stadiumfitnessyoga.com/.


For the complete hot yoga experience, look no further than Hot8 Yoga. They offer 8 different styles of heated yoga plus additional classes like Yoga Barre.

Hot8 Yoga is located at 177 E. Colorado Boulevard, Suite G08. Call (626) 463-0200 or visit http://hot8yoga.com/.

Power Yoga

Try Power Yoga with Tara Napoli’s Power Yoga classes – the studio welcomes all levels of students and also offers Buti Yoga which combines yoga and dance.

Tara Napoli’s Power Yoga is located 2100 East Walnut Street. Call (626) 817-2197 or visit http://www.taranapolispoweryoga.com.


Mission Street Yoga has a wide selection of classes including Vinyasa Flow, Prenatal Yoga, Baby & Me and Yoga for Kids. Check out their varied offerings and find something that works for the entire family.

Mission Street Yoga is located at 1017 Mission Street, South Pasadena. Call (626) 441-1144 or visit http://www.missionstreetyoga.com/.


For an intense full body workout, check out CorePower Yoga. Their class offerings include CorePower Yoga, CoreCardio Circuit and Hot Power Fusion Yoga.

They are located at 168 W Green Street. Call (626) 200-4594 or visit http://www.corepoweryoga.com/yoga-studios/california/pasadena/pasadena.


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