Consider it the original. Yoga might be an “it” workout right now, but Yoga on High is far from the trendy studio around the corner.
It’s been around since 2001 — undoubtedly amassing a huge number of fans in that time. They come for the hatha-, ashtanga- and vinyasa-style classes and stay for the relaxation workshops and live-music classes, yoga teacher education and kids classes.
It’s a studio that prides itself on being inclusive, whether you’re just a beginner or a life-long yogi — and that approach seems to be working.
Best Yoga runners-up: Balanced Yoga, Grow Yoga