Last updated on May 13, 2021.
Fancy a moment of relaxation and peace from the hustle and bustle of the city? Practicing yoga may be your perfect choice! In fact, yoga is proven to have multiple health benefits — from increasing body strength, easing chronic pain, relieving anxiety, to improving sleep quality, just to name a few.
Whether you are a novice or an experienced yogi, here is a list of the best yoga studios in Hong Kong for you!
Measures during COVID-19
Yoga studios listed below have implemented strict hygiene protocols in the time of COVID-19 — regular cleaning and disinfection of facilities, measurement of body temperature at entry, suspension of showering facilities, operation in reduced class capacity and provision of hand-sanitizer for example. Under the current regulations, visitors are also required to register with the LeaveHomeSafe app and wear a mask at all times when they use the facilities. Some yoga studios also provide online yoga classes should the government’s social distancing measures tighten.
Refer to the government’s COVID-19 thematic website for the latest policy updates.
1. Flex Studio
Flex Studio has been around since 2005. It offers a selection of yoga classes led by multidisciplinary instructors from all over the world for yoga lovers of all ages. No membership is required to start your yoga training at their contemporary studios in Central and Wong Chuk Hang.
Pricing: $340 for a drop-in group class; $1,650 for Central Intro Pack; $1,100 for One Island South Intro Pack
Central: 3/F Man Cheung Building, 15-17 Wyndham Street, Central
Wong Chuk Hang: Shops 308- 310, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang Aberdeen
Central: [email protected] or 2813 2399
Wong Chuk Hang: [email protected] or 2813 2212
Named Ikigai, or “a reason for being” in Japanese, this yoga studio presents a variety of yoga classes with a goal to enhance mind, body, emotions and energy for yoga practitioners. Ikigai organizes over 100 classes per week with a small class size below 14 students per session. Find your “ikigai” with guidance from professional instructors at the studio.
Pricing: $290 for a drop-in; $590 for 2 weeks of unlimited classes (intro offer); $1,890 for 1-month unlimited classes
Location: 7/F On Lan Centre, 11-15 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui: 1207 Wing On Plaza, 62 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon
Contact: [email protected] or 9013 3701
Lemon Drop Studio is located in the bustling neighborhood of Kennedy Town. It offers HIIT (high-intensity interval training) training in addition to regular yoga classes. Relax and stretch your body at their naturally lit studio to take a breath from your tedious city life.
Pricing: $150 for the first trial session; $900 for a 5-class package; $1,600 for an unlimited month pass
Location: Room 2515, Hong Kong Plaza, 188 Connaught Road West, Sai Wan
Contact: [email protected] or 9812 6989
Specialized in hot yoga, Flowga Studio uses infrared heating panels to keep the environment to 35–40°C for a more dynamic yoga workout, which studies suggest to be more effective in improving body flexibility. “Break a sweat” at Flowga for an atypical full-body workout.
Pricing: $500 for a one-week unlimited intro offer; $2,500 for 10 classes; $2,000 for an unlimited monthly pass
Location: Unit F, 1st Floor, Winner Building, 37 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
Contact: [email protected] or 9129 1366
5. PURE Yoga
As a leading yoga studio, PURE Yoga has founded centers across Asia and North America. Even in Hong Kong, PURE operates as many as 12 yoga studios located in Central, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, Admiralty, Quarry Bay, Kwun Tong and other districts. Their studios organize over 1,600 classes each week for yogis of all levels and styles.
Pricing: Free complimentary trial available. $175 per class for PURE cardholders; $350 per class for non-cardholders
You may check all of their 12 locations and contact numbers here.
Situated in the heart of the city, Fit Lab Yoga Studio advocates “lifestyle fitness” by offering fitness training in parallel with intimate and personal yoga classes. The studio organizes over 20 types of yoga classes for different levels and yoga styles: from Hatha, Yin, Vinyasa, to aerial yoga and yoga wheel.
Pricing: $180 for a trial session; $2,000 for 10 + 1 classes; $4,050 for a 3-month membership for 30 classes
Causeway Bay: 7/F, The Sharp, 11-13 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay
Kwun Tong: Unit 202, 2/F, Pioneer Place, 33 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
Lai Chi Kok: Unit C, 7/F, D2 Place Two, 15 Cheung Shun Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon
Contact: [email protected]
3619 9590 (Causeway Bay)
3619 9590 (Kwun Tong)
2331 9559 (Lai Chi Kok)
7. Prajna Yoga
A variety of yoga practices is available at Prajna Yoga, an award-winning yoga studio that was accredited as the Best Yoga Studio by Word Real Yoga Alliance in 2018. Create an account online and book a class in Hatha yoga, chair yoga, balance yoga, wheel yoga or any style of your choice!
Pause largely promotes holistic wellness and emphasizes the benefits of “slowing down” your living pace (or taking pauses). They have created a quiet space for visitors to reconnect with their bodies by practicing yoga, pilates and meditation. Indulge yourself in the spiritual experience and — Shhhh — focus on your breathing now.
Pricing: $100 for trial classes; check their pricing page for more details on the packages
Mui Wo: G/F, 8 Ngan Kwong Wan Road, Mui Wo, Lantau Island
Contact: [email protected] or 9708 0187
The Yoga Room features personalized experience provided by friendly and experienced instructors. From novice practitioners to seasoned yogis, you can always find a yoga class suitable for your level there, with a choice of style ranging from hot flow, Hatha, Vinyasa, to Ashtanga and Detox yoga.
Pricing: free trial group class; contact The Yoga Room for membership plans.
Location: Studios on 3/F, 4/F, 6/F & 16/F, Xiu Ping Commercial Building, 104 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Contact: [email protected] or 2544 8398
* All amounts are in HKD and were last updated in May 2021. No responsibility is accepted for any inaccuracies, errors, or omissions. It is always best to call ahead to make sure the information is still up-to-date.
Getting lost in the endless options? Be sure to check out our guide on different yoga styles to decide which suits you best. Get in your yoga outfit and start stretching!
How much do yoga classes cost in Hong Kong?
Pricing of yoga classes generally range from $100 to $400 per session, depending on the location, instructor, facilities, duration, etc. Most yoga studios offer payment choices as drop-in rates, credit packages and unlimited passes or memberships.
Why should I do yoga?
Practicing yoga has multiple health benefits: increasing body strength and flexibility, easing chronic pain, relieving anxiety, improving sleep quality and more. What’s more, yoga is a beginner-friendly exercise which trains your mind and body altogether.
Where to buy yoga mats in Hong Kong?
Many of the yoga studios sell yoga mats for students to practice at home. Also, check out Decathlon, Manduka, Lululemon and HKTVMall websites for more shopping choices online.