The Best Yoga Studio in Every Dallas Neighborhood

Work. Work. Work. Work. We get it, Rihanna. Really, we do. Life is stressful. And what better way to counteract that stress than by stretching, breathing and meditating? To make things even more convenient (because we’re just nice like that), we’ve rounded up the best yoga studios by Dallas neighborhood. Which one’s closest to you?

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Park Cities: We Yogis

This is the place to go when you want to Shavasana but you’re toting your 3-year-old around, because they offer childcare (hallelujah). While it’s home to some serious yoga, don’t let that keep you from popping in for a class—especially when Georgette Dunn (total badass) is teaching.

5600 W. Lovers Lane, #150; 214-351-1229 or

Uptown: Uptown Yoga

No matter where you fall on the yogi spectrum, this studio almost immediately gives you all the “I belong here” vibes. Our favorite class is the all-level Vinyasa flow, which will do the job regardless of your level of stretchiness.

2636 Thomas Ave.; 214-965-9642 or

Downtown: Vital Fitness Studio

Wanna put in #werk on your lunch break? This subterranean Main Street studio is the perfect place to go. We love the Revitalize class, which uses foam rollers and trigger point tools to get the deepest stretch possible. Ahhhh. 

1608 Main St.; 972-759-3390 or

Deep Ellum: City Surf

We may be landlocked, but we can still get in a surfboard workout thanks to this studio’s Buddha Board class. The Vinyasa flow will have your core looking totally righteous in no time.

108 S. Crowdus St.;

Preston Hollow: Corepower Yoga

Variety is the name of the game here. From hot yoga to circuit work, you can strengthen every muscle in your body (not an exaggeration) at this studio. Be sure to check the “what to bring” section of the online class sign-up, as some classes require shoes.

11700 Preston Forest Rd., #800; 469-249-8232 or

East Dallas: Plum Yoga

Greenville Avenue’s premiere place to stretch and flow. Anything with Charise Warren is transformative both mentally and physically. Plum gets bonus points for having a darling artisanal tea lounge that is the only place in Dallas to enjoy T-We Teas. Will you go for the “Hipsters in Wonderland” or a “Lakewood DILF” post-yoga today?

1924 Greenville Ave.; 214-792-9918 or

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Oak Cliff: Sync Yoga & Wellbeing

Get your mind, body and soul fix here. Whether you are attending yoga for meditation, yoga for healing or another flow class, you are bound to leave with a fresh head on your shoulders.

1888 Sylvan Ave.; 214-749-0442 or

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Diana Oates is a freelance writer living in Dallas with her husband and three kids. When she’s not telling you about the best new restaurant in town or the hottest hotel to escape...