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Discover: Yoga in the Valley (AZ)

Yoga is the popular relaxation sport that is either on your “must try” list or, you’ve already dabbled and fallen in love with the world of Zen. No matter your experience level, yoga welcomes anyone looking to relax and strengthen their bodies. From hot yoga to goat yoga, this ancient practice is the new wave of self-care. That’s why we’ve curated a list of our favorite studios and happenings across the Valley.

Arizona Goat Yoga

Gilbert, AZ

You may have seen Goat Yoga trending on TikTok or Instagram and we’re here to vouch – yes! It really is a thing! Based on a farm in Gilbert, AZ, goat yoga takes stress relief to a new level by incorporating animal therapy into the popular fitness class. Named one of the Top 10 Things to do in Arizona, Goat Yoga is available throughout the year where no two classes are alike.

Learn more here.

CorePower Yoga

Multiple locations. Available online and on demand.

Discover the art of yoga in the comfort of your own home or at any of their multiple locations. CorePower Yoga is known for its wide range of classes built for every mind and body.

Rooftop Yoga at the Clarendon Hotel & Spa

Phoenix, AZ

Happening in the heart of Phoenix, the Clarendon Hotel & Spa is offering rooftop yoga every Saturday during the month of September. The weekly session invites guests to unwind and recharge by embracing a cannabis-friendly environment. Beginning at the Elevations Lounge (located inside the Clarendon Hotel & Spa), guests may partake in cannabis (BYOF) and unwind to music. Next, experienced yoga instructors Ashley (@amanasteyoga) and Grecia (@_meeoow) will guide practitioners to the Sky Deck rooftop for a 45-60 minute yoga class followed by a champagne toast.

Learn more and sign up here.

The Foundry Yoga

Multiple locations

Whether you’re a long-time yogi or totally new, the Foundry has classes (and a strong community to pair) for everyone. A leader in hot fitness, the Foundry offers classes such as hot yoga, hot barre, hot Pilates, and non-heated meditation or Yin Yoga.

Learn more here.


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