Clear your mind, focus your energy and embrace your inner yogi with our guide to the best yoga studios in Dubai.
With so many studios to choose from, we made sure that not only do they offer the best classes to stretch out stresses of the week, but also come with expert instructors and great facilities.
Urban Yoga, Business Bay
Located at the top of the Aspect Tower in Business Bay, the studio might as well be in New York. The classes in the modern loft space on 37th floor with panoramic views over the city fill up quickly, especially the mixed sunrise yoga sessions where you can watch the sun come up over Jumeirah while holding a tree pose.
Rawr Yoga, Media City
For the ones who want to sweat it out and push their body to new levels, Rawr yoga is tough but boy is it worth it. Fans come here for some tough Bikram love that involve 90-minutes of 26 postures in a 40°C room. Hard? Yes. But will it leave you feeling energised? Absolutely.
Zoga, Downtown Dubai
A modern boutique studio located near South Ridge is never too busy and that’s why we like it. The instructors correct your postures which is an advantage for those who just started their yoga journey and when you get into it, they have mats and yoga clothing to purchase. There’s also the café to pick up juices or smoothies as well as vegan treats – you worked hard after all.
Motion Ladies Fitness, Umm Suqeim
Some of the most stylish ladies in Dubai head to a villa nestled in the quiet streets of Umm Suqeim. The tranquil setting is ideal for a lunchtime practice of either Hatha class or Swing yoga and afterwards why not grab yourself something fresh from the in-house juice bar.
Piloga, Bay Square
Want something different and upbeat? Piloga likes to break the traditional yoga stereotypes of sitting and omming by bringing a selection of classes like HIP HOP and Booty Buster Yoga. Purists have no need to worry as the studio also hosts Hatha and Vinyasa classes.