Popular Yoga Studios in Wilmington

Options for practicing yoga in Wilmington abound. Major yoga studios offer a multitude of different classes in many varying styles of yoga. Many focus on the mind-body-spirit connection, and provide space for bodywork and even spa services. Smaller studios and individual practitioners also offer various unique options around town.

Wilmington Yoga Center

Wilmington Yoga Center, located above Tidal Creek, has been offering yoga for 12 years. They are currently expanding to 5000 square feet with a custom hot yoga studio, outdoor Zen garden, expanded children’s program, and showers included in the plans. Wilmington Yoga Center offers over 100 classes per week, including hot, power and hatha yoga, basic Vinyasa flow, Iyngar inspired and Anusara inspired yoga, kids and senior yoga, beginner, gentle and prenatal yoga, and donation-based pay-what-you-can classes. Massage and bodywork, private yoga, and teacher training are also offered. Memberships, discounted series, and unlimited plans are available, including a great “Newcomer Special” that allows local residents to try 15 days of unlimited classes for just $15.

Harmony Yoga

Harmony Yoga offers yoga classes in a comforting home environment. In addition to the studio spaces, there is a kitchen and sunroom where participants can have a cup of tea and relax after class. With over 40 classes offered per week, most styles are represented, with the exception of hot yoga. Kids, beginner and community classes are only $8 each, and there are a number of other discounts available including senior, student, nurse, military, and teacher. Punch cards and memberships also provide cost saving options. Harmony offers teacher training, bodywork therapy, private yoga sessions, and space rental.

Porter’s Neck Yoga

Porter’s Neck Yoga and Spa provides a beautiful space and focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection. Complete spa services are available, featuring everything from nails, facials, and waxing, to deep bodywork. Physical therapy, acupuncture and hypnosis are also available. A good variety of classes are offered, including hot, core, Vinyasa, Kundalini, gentle and prenatal yoga, as well as Zumba, Pilates and Tai Chi. Punch cards and memberships are available. They also have a teacher training program.

While these yoga studios are specifically designed to maximize the yoga experience, there are other options for practicing in different settings. In particular, there is something very powerful about practicing outdoors. Yoga Downtown offers donation-based classes in various open spaces downtown, including on the river deck as the weather permits. The City of Wilmington also offers yoga classes at Halyburton Park. The classes run in 8 week sessions, and the cost per session is $60-$68. Many private instructors will also hold special sessions on the beach or in a park or community center as well. Most gyms and health clubs offer a faster-paced version of “fitness yoga”. However, some gyms also feature more advanced or specialized classes. Wherever you decide to practice, enjoy, and Namaste.

Wilmington Yoga Center
5329 Oleander Drive, Suite 200
Wilmington, NC 28403
(910) 350-0234
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Harmony Yoga
5201 Oleander Drive
Wilmington, NC 28403
(910) 795-0603
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Porter’s Neck Yoga and Spa
8044 Market Street
Wilmington, NC
(910) 686-6440
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