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The 10 Most Popular Yoga Studios In Bangkok, Thailand

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Eat, shop, massage, repeat. For many travellers to Bangkok, the city is the ultimate playground for a totally relaxing and indulgent escapade. So much so, your fitness routine easily falls by the wayside and you go from ‘eat clean’ to ‘cheat day’ everyday! Want to minimise the post-holiday guilt? Fit some yoga classes in between bargain hunting and street food stalking! These are 10 of Bangkok’s most popular yoga studios that offer a variety of classes and welcome walk-ins.

Yoga Elements

Yoga Elements at Dhamaalert Building (Photo credit: Yoga Elements)
Yoga Elements at Dhamaalert Building (Photo credit: Yoga Elements)

One of Bangkok’s most well-known yoga studios, Yoga Elements offers five types of classes and caters to all levels of practitioners, from the most basic (Elements A) to the most advanced (Focus). You will be guided by well-trained teachers who are fluent in English, and work out in studios that are bright and airy, while affording stunning views of the Sukhumvit skyline.

185 Dhammalert Building, Level 7, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey nua, Wattana
Nearest BTS Nana
Rates THB600 for a single drop-in class

Pilates Station

 

Yoga Fly at Pilates Station
Yoga Fly at Pilates Station

Pilates Station offers Yoga Fly or Body Fly classes, a dance-inspired approach to aerial yoga. Exercises are performed while suspended on a soft hammock and use a combination of yoga, Pilates, and aerial acrobatic techniques to achieve ultimate flexibility while adding an element of excitement. Classes are small so online reservation is advised.

Jasmine City Building, Level 2, Sukhumvit Soi 23.
Nearest BTS Asok Nearest MRT Sukhumvit
Rates THB750 for a single drop-in class

Divine Yoga

Divine Yoga at Thong Lor (Photo Credit Divine Yoga)
Divine Yoga at Thong Lor (Photo Credit Divine Yoga)

If you’re looking for a bit of luxury and quiet, Divine Yoga Studio is the place to go. With two branches, one in trendy Ari and another in upscale Thong Lor, the classes focus more on “disease management for the prevention, cure and rehabilitation of physical, mental and emotional problems.” Based on the teachings of the Bihar School of Yoga, they offer courses that help address a wide variety of issues including stress, insomnia, digestive problems, obesity and menstrual/menopause management.

Thong Lor branch: 283/40 Home Place Office Building, Level 8, Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor) Rd, Klongton Nua, Wattana
Nearest BTS Thong Lor
Ari branch: 4 Soi Ari 1, Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Khet Phaya Thai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400
Nearest BTS Ari
Rates THB600 for a single drop-in class

Absolute Yoga

Absolute Yoga
Absolute Yoga

Hailed as Thailand’s premier yoga studio, Absolute Yoga has eight outlets in Bangkok and offers a variety of classes: Hot Yoga, Vinyasa, Hot Flow, Hatha, Yin & Yang and Yoga Pilates. Spacious rooms fitted with full length mirrors and enthusiastic teachers will help make sure you get your poses right and maintain correct form. They have multiple classes all day, from 8.30am till 8pm, so you can easily find a session that fits your schedule. First-time visitors are eligible for a free trial class, which you sign up for on their website.

Rates THB750 for a single drop-in class
Multiple outlets; check their website for locations

Lullaby Yoga

Lullaby Yoga at Lumpini (Photo Credit: Lullaby Yoga)
Lullaby Yoga at Lumpini (Photo Credit: Lullaby Yoga)

Registered with Yoga Alliance USA, Lullaby Yoga is raved by many for offering the best Ashtanga yoga classes, a dynamic and physically-demanding practice that is great for building core strength and toning the body. Remember to bring a towel because you will work up a sweat as you move briskly through a set sequence.

1 South Sathorn Road, Life Center at Lumpini, Sathorn
Nearest MRT Lumpini
Rates THB400 for a single drop-in class

Angel Club Yoga

Angel Club Yoga at Rambuttri
Angel Club Yoga at Rambuttri

Home to one of the cheapest yoga classes in the city, this studio is ideal if you’re staying in or around Khao San Road. Classes are held six days a week (the exception is Fridays) and cover styles such Ashtanga and Patanjali. There are beginner yoga classes too. Rooms are small but well-lit and apart from yoga, you can also join their Bollywood Indian dancing classes.

4th floor Angela Beauty and Spa, Rambuttri Road (opposite the Pizza Company, Khao San Road)
Nearest BTS/MRT None within walking distance; the nearest stations can be reached by bus, taxi, or boat
Rates THB99 for a single drop-in class

Yogatique

Yogatique at Sukhumvit 23 (Photo Credit: Yogatique)
Yogatique at Sukhumvit 23 (Photo Credit: Yogatique)

This boutique studio encourages their teachers to embrace their individual styles and showcase their personal interpretations of yoga. No two classes are ever the same; there may be chanting, dharma talks, body alignment work and even elements of rock and roll! Yogatique is ideal for those looking to expand their experience beyond the usual yoga practice. The best part? For every drop-in you attend, your next class will be free.

116/8 Sukhumvit Soi 23, Khlong Toei Nuea, Wattana
Nearest BTS Asok Nearest MRT Sukhumvit
Rates THB450 for a single drop-in class

Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar Yoga Studio at Soi Thonglor (Phto Credit: Iyengar Yoga Studio)
Iyengar Yoga Studio at Soi Thonglor (Photo Credit: Iyengar Yoga Studio)

Thailand’s first accredited centre for Iyengar yoga is recommended for more experienced students looking to challenge themselves. Like most studios on the list, every class offers blocks, straps and blankets, but Iyengar also has ropes on the walls to assist those who wish to practice inversion poses. Classes are fast-paced and intense.

Fiftyfifth Plaza, Level 3, Sukhumvit 55 (Soi Thong Lor)
Nearest BTS Thong Lor
Rates THB500 for a single drop-in class

Bangkok Farmers Market Community Yoga

Bangkok Farmers Market Community Yoga
Bangkok Farmers Market Community Yoga

The central theme of the Bangkok Farmers Market Community Yoga is to make yoga affordable to all. Hence, they operate on a pay-as-you-can basis (the suggested minimum donation is THB100 and includes mat rental). Classes vary, depending on the teacher, but hatha is the most commonly offered.

Check weekly locations on Facebook
Rates Pay as you can

Ashtanga Yoga Center of Bangkok

Ashtanga Yoga Center of Bangkok
Ashtanga Yoga Center of Bangkok

The Ashtanga Yoga Center focuses on its namesake, an ancient system of yoga that incorporates vinyasa (which focuses on aligning breath with movement) and tristhana (which focuses on meditation and spirituality). They also offer a special Mysore-style yoga, in which classes are not led but instructions are given one-on-one within a group class setting. Students practise their own portion of the Ashtanga sequence of asanas at their own pace while the teacher is present to adjust positions and provide verbal reinforcement. The studio offers all levels of instructions but the Mysore class is more suitable for experienced yogis.

S31 Sukhumvit Hotel, 8th Floor, 545 Sukhumvit 31, Klongtoey-Nua, Wattana
Nearest BTS Phrom Phong
Rates THB1,000 for a single drop-in class

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