Yoga in Buenos Aires

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Yoga is all over Buenos Aires…you can find it at your local gym, there are professional yoga studios, and teachers who run yoga out of apartments.  Finding the yoga that is right for you depends on the kind of yoga you want to practice, and finding a teacher you like.  Here are some great choices for yoga, in different spots throughout the city.

Yoga is very popular in Buenos Aires, and if you’re looking for somewhere near you to practice, it shouldn’t be hard to find.  The most popular forms of yoga in BA are Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga, so these are usually what you will find in the classes at the gym and also at the yoga studios.  Depending on the teachers, it may be a mix of both, and could also include other types of yoga.

Here is a list of some great yoga studios in different parts of Buenos Aires.  All four have a great vibe and excellent teachers.

Happy Sun Yoga

A small yoga studio with a great vibe located right by the Alto Palermo shopping mall.   The room is small and classes are never more than 10 people, providing a comfortable, intimate atmosphere perfect for practicing yoga.  They also offer reiki and massage therapy, and from time to time have yoga workshops.

All classes are in English, mats straps and blocks are provided.   For information on classes, location, and prices:  http://www.happysunyoga.com/

Buena Onda Yoga

Buena Onda has expanded to four different locations (Belgrano, Palermo, San Telmo, and Recoleta) meaning there is probably one near you.  They have 5 different instructors teaching a mix of Vinyasa and Iyengar yoga.  They have recently started a monthly Moonlight Yoga event, which combines yoga, vegetarian cuisine, massage and live music for a night of buena onda!

All classes are in English, mats straps and blocks are provided.   For information on classes, location, and prices:  http://www.buenaondayoga.net/

Bikram Yoga

Bikram yoga has finally arrived in Buenos Aires.   The studio is located on Av. Las Heras, right across from the park.  There are classes in English and Spanish, but all teachers speak both languages, meaning you can attend any of the classes (although if you have never been, it is recommended you attend a few classes first in English).

The teachers are excellent and the vibe is always very friendly and welcoming.  One of the great things about the Bikram Yoga in Buenos Aires is that the building is only used for Bikram Yoga, and no other events.  It creates a great atmosphere, where people can relax and hang out after class.

They also have mens and womens changerooms with showers, small lockers for personal belongings and a spot where you can leave your mats.

Mats and towels can be rented.  For information on classes, location, and prices: http://byba.com.ar/

Yoga with Juan Laso

If you would like to try yoga in Spanish, Juan Laso does classes in Palermo Holleywood at a small studio.  He has been teaching Yoga since 2004, and teaches both ashtanga or hatha yoga, depending on the class.  He is an amazing yoga teacher, very chill and he brings a great calming presence to the classes.  The classes are only taught in Spanish and he does not speak much English.

Mats are provided if you do not have your own, but you are expected to bring your own mats if you go to class regularly.  For information on classes, location, and prices:  http://www.juanlaso.com.ar

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  1. Victoria says:

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