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Find your zen with our Lexington yoga guide

Check out these 11 yoga studios around the Horse Capital of the World, which offer everything from hot power classes to beginner sessions.

A group of yoga students practicing a reverse warrior pose.

Sweat it out with Creative Yoga’s variety of heated classes. | Photo by Rollins Studio

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, Lexington has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 11 yoga studios around the Horse Capital of the World.

If you’re looking to sweat

Creative Yoga, 660 E. Main St.
This studio brings the heat with its schedule full of toasty temps. Beginners will love easing into the flow with Yoga 101 on Sunday afternoons, or kick your practice up a notch with its Power Hour classes.

Sterling Hot Yoga, 185 Pasadena Dr., Ste. 140
Build stamina and strength without the flow in its Bikram-esque Sterling 60 or Iron Hour classes. But vinyasa fans don’t fret, they’ve got you (and mat pilates lovers) covered, too.

Ivy League Strength, 720 Bryan Ave.
Located in the heart of NoLi, owner + teacher Ivy offers a unique variety of heated yoga sessions including a body-loosening stretch class and muscle-strengthening buff bootcamp yoga.

A room full of students laying down to rest on their mats.

Sweat it out in these heated, heart-pumping classes in downtown. | Photo by @studio11.fitness

If you want a mix of fitness options

Studio11, 250 E. Short St., Ste. 220
Head to this downtown studio space to get your flow on with a side of cardio in its infrared heated Drip class. If you’re looking for an extra boost, check out its Drenched class, hot yoga sculpt, or barre + HIIT sculpt options.

LEX Method, 867 E. High St., Ste
Yogis will love the infrared Power Yoga class that includes modifications for all levels, or switch things up and spike the heart rate with Focus, a high-intensity barre + yoga blend.

A group of yoga practitioners standing facing each other with their arms raised.

Connect with your fellow yogis with Wildfire’s monthly happy hour class. | Photo courtesy of @yogawildfire

If you want to connect with community

Centered, 309 N. Ashland Ave. Ste. 180
This holistic wellness space hosts a variety of yoga styles including Kundalini and somatic, as well as classes at Kenwick Table to encourage community connection.

Wildfire Yoga, 833 National Ave.
Located in the Warehouse Block, Wildfire Yoga has everything from slow flow to warm vinyasa classes. It even hosts a get together every third Friday of the month at 6 p.m. at neighboring biz, Mirror Twin Brewing.

If you’re just getting started

Barefoot Works Yoga Studio, 1050 Chinoe Rd., Ste. 106
You can ease into your practice with Yoga Basics four times a week and once you’re comfortable, check out the Slow and Low or Align and Explore classes.

The Floating Fox, 400 Old Vine St., Ste. 202
With over 25 classes a week to choose from, you’ll be able to grow your awareness and practice in no time. Bonus: Your first class is free.

The Massage Center, 380 S. Mill St.
One of the OG studios in Lexington, you can dive into the basics with its Foundational Roots class + master your body awareness in the Functional Flow sessions.

Soul Rebel Lex, 105 Dennis Dr.
Offering up Hatha yoga classes, you’ll learn the foundations with slow stretching, breathing exercises, and short meditations.

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