Pittsburgh Yoga

Pittsburgh Yoga

Yoga is popular everywhere you go, and Pittsburgh is no exception. If you live in or near this city, you'll have lots of great options when it comes to finding your new Pittsburgh yoga home.

Pittsburgh Yoga Studios

Yoga on Centre

Yoga on Centre is an Iyengar yoga studio located on Centre Ave (AKA Penn Circle South). The Iyengar method teaches proper alignment and form with hundreds of supported asana exercises. Yoga on Centre offers three different tracks for incoming students: Beginner through Advanced Yoga Classes, Yoga Therapy & Rehabilitation, and Stress Management. Classes are offered seven days a week, and the studio is flooded in natural sunlight, finished with environmentally-friendly bamboo floors, and equipped with all the yoga props you'll need. All their teachers (seven, all female) have training in the Iyengar method of hatha yoga.

Their main phone number is (412) 401-2162.

Schoolhouse Yoga

Schoolhouse Yoga has five locations:

  • The Squirrel Hill studio is at 2010 Murray Avenue, next to Napoli's Pizza.
  • The Shadyside studio is at 5417 Walnut Street, 2nd floor.
  • In the Strip District, Schoolhouse Yoga is at 2401 Smallman Street.
  • On the South Side, you can find them at 2737 East Carson Street.
  • In the North Hills, the location is 7210 McKnight Road.

Their main phone number is (412) 401-4444.

Schoolhouse Yoga offers several different classes:

  • Gentle Yoga
  • Yoga 1, 2, and 3
  • Kundalini yoga, also known as "Yoga of Awareness"
  • Prenatal yoga
  • Mommy and Me yoga
  • Plus-size yoga for men and women, specifically designed for overweight students
  • Ashtanga yoga, including an introductory class for that style

Class schedules vary greatly depending on the location; check out each branch's class schedule for a current overview. Schoolhouse Yoga has 19 teachers, both male and female.

Three Rivers Yoga

Three Rivers Yoga is located at 411 Mill Street in Coraopolis, and the phone number is 412-262-5445. They've been in the Pittsburgh area since 1993 and were Pittsburgh's first yoga studio. They pride themselves on being able to make newcomers feel at home. They are a registered yoga school and an honorary member of the International Yoga Federation.

Three Rivers features Hatha yoga, Yoga Intensives (asanas, body anatomy and core awareness), child and teen yoga, and beginner yoga. They also offer workshops on a semi-regular basis, featuring internationally recognized teachers.

The first class of the day begins at 8 a.m., and the last class of the day begins at 7:00 p.m. Three Rivers Yoga has 11 teachers, both male and female.

Yoga H'Om

Yoga H'Om is located at 7053 Steubenville Pike, in suite 22, and the phone number is 412-788-1660. They offer a safe, non-competitive environment where students can find friendly, inspiring, and enjoyable yoga.

Yoga H'Om offers classes such as yoga basics, yoga flow, power yoga (Ashtanga primary series), hot yoga, gentle Hatha yoga, and Advanced Led Practice (for experienced students only).

The first class of the day begins at 8:30 a.m., and the last class of the day begins at 7:00 p.m. Yoga H'Om has ten teachers, male and female.

Amazing Yoga

Amazing Yoga has three locations:

  • Their Shadyside location is at 730 Copeland Street, and its phone number is (412) 681-1092.
  • Amazing Yoga in the South Side is at 1506 East Carson Street, and the phone number is (412) 432-7166.
  • Their Wexford location is at 2642 Brandt School Rd., and its phone number is (724) 935-2240

Amazing Yoga offers basic and all other levels of yoga, as well as prenatal yoga. They also hold community classes which are taught by instructors-in-training at reduced cost.

Check the website for a current schedule of each location. Amazing Yoga has 21 teachers, both male and female.

Starting Yoga

There are numerous options available to you as a yoga student in the Pittsburgh area. Depending on the type of yoga you wish to practice, your location, and your schedule, you should be able to find a yoga studio for you. Sample classes at a number of studios before you purchase a class card or subscription. Some styles and classes may be better suited to your needs than others.

Pittsburgh Yoga