Celebrated worldwide, 21 June marks the International Day of Yoga in which yogis from all around the world gather to celebrate the universal appeal of yoga. Recognised by the United Nations as one of the best alternatives for individuals to seek an inner balance of their mind, body, and soul, this year’s theme “Yoga for Humanity” echoes strongly with how values of mindfulness, moderation and discipline, when embraced by communities and societies, would offer a path for sustainable living and world harmony.

Yoga in Hong Kong has blossomed through the years. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or a newbie who is simply trying to get your body moving, here are 10 yoga studios in Hong Kong we’ve found that would bring you amazing yoga classes from sun up to sun down.

Anahata Yoga — Central

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Dr. Yoganath Andiappan brings traditional Indian yoga practice to Hong Kong (© Anahata Yoga)

As one of the very few yoga schools which brings India’s traditional authentic practice to Hong Kong, Anahata Yoga offers professional yoga training to beginners and advanced practitioners alike through its unique yoga lineage under the guidance of Dr. Yogananth Andiappan. Their yoga therapy series target the needs of those working in a bustling city, and the school’s dedication to spreading the benefits of yoga through a compassionate practice and its volunteer community has made it one of the most longstanding yoga schools in Hong Kong. Whether you are looking for a gentle flow with meditation to help set an intention for the day ahead or an energetic intensive practice, be prepared to be guided by experienced masters to explore the potentials of your body and the harmony of the soul.

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20/F, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central | +852 2905 1822

Ikigai — Causeway Bay, Central

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Find your “reason for being” at Ikigai with low ratio student to teacher classes (© Ikigai)

Ikigai, also known as “a reason for being” in Japanese, is a space dedicated for yogis to explore a variety of classes including Ashtanga, Yin-Yang, Meditation, Sound Healing & Therapy, and Breathwork. The team of knowledgeable instructors brings a welcoming energy and vivid presence to all students. The striking bright orange of its interior stands in stark contrast with one’s humble practice – and as one of the very few studios in Hong Kong that don’t offer mirrors in their classrooms, be prepared to focus solely on your own practice and immerse yourself with some mindful me-time.

Central: 7/F, On Lan Centre, 11-15 On Lan Street, Central | +852 9013 3701

Causeway Bay: 21-23/F, Art Piece Building, 3 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay | +852 9013 3701 (WhatsApp)

Serene Page Yoga & Wellness — Tsim Sha Tsui

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Serene Page offers, vinyasa, hatha, and targeted strength classes (© Serene Page Yoga & Wellness)

As a relatively new yoga studio in Hong Kong, Serene Page Yoga & Wellness is a hidden homey studio in Tsim Sha Tsui which offers a quiet space for students to explore their own limits and to reconnect with their souls. With a professional and dedicated team of homegrown teachers, the studio offers a variety of classes including Hatha, Vinyasa, Active Stretching, Back Care, and Back Strengthening sessions to students of different levels. Brace yourself for a practice that is revitalising and challenging!

Room 101, Kam Hing Building, 20 Hillwood Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 9426 4115

Flowga Studio — Central

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Flowga primarily does intense hot yoga under infrared lights (© Flowga)

If you are looking for a dynamic and burning yoga class, Flowga is the place to go! Specialising in offering infrared hot yoga sessions, be prepared to stretch and flow with an intense session where you will be led to sweat and dance like nobody’s watching! Their slower candlelit yoga classes, encapsulated in a warm space with wood flooring, are also definitely fun and engaging classes to try.

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Unit F, 1/F, Winner Building, 37 D’Aguilar St, Central | +852 9129 1366

Yoga Bagel — Sheung Wan

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Yoga Bagel offers wheel yoga, singing bowls, and backbend flexibility classes (© Yoga Bagel)

Locally owned and curated by Wing Yu, Yoga Bagel is a boutique studio in Sheung Wan that brings positivity and sunshine to the neighbourhood. Offering dynamic stretching classes and full body yoga flows with a cap of at most 10 students per class, the studio draws a community of different ages together and encourages all its students to create their own sunshine. Through sunshine and shade, don’t forget to pamper yourself with some good vibes at the studio!

3/F, 59 Wing Lok St, Sheung Wan | +852 9298 1851

Studio La Lune — Central

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One of the few women’s health-focused yoga studios in Hong Kong (© Studio La Lune)

As one of the first yoga studios in Hong Kong that focuses solely on women and their wellbeing, Studio La Lune creates an exclusive safe space for women to come together and to embrace their feminine energy through specialised classes such as Yoga for Menstrual Health, Strong is the New Sexy, Sisterhood circles, and Pre-natal Yoga plus Post-natal Yoga. The boutique studio also offers aerial yoga stretches, sound healing sessions, and movement classes for students of different levels to try out. Get ready to release your energy and inner stress by checking one of their classes out.

4/F, Kai Kwong House, 13 Wyndham St, Central | +852 9226 8464

Be Earth — Central

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Be Earth has a focus on helping students ground into nature and self (© Be Earth)

Located at the heart of Central, the sun-drenched space of Be Earth offers you another form of calming and uplifting experience. Co-founded by Hong Kong model Elva Ni, Be Earth’s beautiful plant-based presence with an emphasis on sustainable living is a warm haven to yogis. The studio offers a variety of classes – from breathwork and subtly gentle yoga classes to some dynamic and energetic ones – you name it, they have it. The studio also brings in Forrest Yoga, Mandala Flows, and different functional workshops from time to time, so be sure to check their latest schedule out.

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2/F & 7/F, On Building, 162 Queen’s Rd Central, Central | +852 2833 5323

YogaUP — Discovery Bay

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Yoga Up offers yoga retreats and teacher training programs in Discovery Bay (© Yoga Up)

An eco-chic yoga studio with a stunning 180-degree ocean view, YogaUP has a serene space in Discovery Bay that elevates your practice to another level. Opened by Hong Kong yogi Ngai Chau-kei, the studio is a secret sanctuary of peace and wellness encouraging students to get away from all disturbances in life and to explore themselves through their practice. Offering yoga retreats, teacher training programmes, and classes like Hot 26+2 and other forms of Hatha and Vinyasa Flows, students are invited to challenge themselves through a comprehensive and relaxing practice.

Unit 7, 1/F, Block 2, North Plaza, Discovery Bay | +852 6805 4996

SUKHA Yoga & Wellness — Central

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Aerial yoga and dedicated inversions and arm strength classes (© SUKHA Yoga & Wellness)

Founded by Katherine Lee in 2017, SUKHA is another yoga studio in the heart of Central which offers yoga classes to students of mixed levels. With classes aiming to help you build a stronger core and to develop flexibility with control and precision, the studio encourages a mindful and open practice for all those who would want to lead a healthy and fit lifestyle. Make sure you greet Honey during your visit as well, the cute studio puppy therapist, who will surely bring joy to your practice!

Flat A, 11/F, Winning Centre, 46 & 48 Wyndham St, Central | +852 9011 4133

I’m a Yogi — Causeway Bay, Quarry Bay

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I’m A Yogi’s outdoor space at their Quarry Bay studio (© I’m a Yogi)

With branches in Quarry Bay and Causeway Bay, I’m a Yogi is another boutique studio that offers a variety of mat yoga classes, wheel classes, and aerial yoga sessions. Bringing a team of young yogi enthusiasts together, it is a joyful studio that encourages students to find peace and calmness from within while trying to maximise their potential by realising their respective body conditions and paying respect to it. Believing that yoga is for all ages and for all sizes, the studio also offers teacher training programmes for aerial yoga and wheel yoga apart from a standard mat yoga training. Relax and unwind by trying one of their lessons out.

Quarry Bay: Room 308, Westlands Centre, Quarry Bay | +852 7075 9076

Causeway Bay: Flat A, 4/F, Po Ming Building, 2-5 Foo Ming St, Causeway Bay | +852 9389 7690

Header image credits: SUKHA Yoga & Wellness

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