Dubai's Best Yoga Studios

  • Publish date: Monday، 21 June 2021 Last update: Wednesday، 15 June 2022

The word “Yoga” essentially means, “that which brings you to reality”. Literally, it means “union.” It is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines that originated in ancient India. Today, June 21st is International Yoga Day, and in light of that we will be listing for you Dubai’s best Yoga studios.

Dryp - Dubai Marina


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Dryp studio is in Dubai Marina and offers traditional hot yoga using state-of-the-art infrared heat technology which gently warms up your body instead of the room and comfortably maintains a consistent temperature throughout your workout.

Talis Spa – Madinat Jumeirah


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Yoga with a view? The Talise Spa at the Madinat Jumeriah offers 6.30pm sunset yoga sessions on one of Dubai’s most stunning beaches, with views of Burj Al Arab and beyond. The hatha yoga class with sun salutations welcomes all levels and costs just Dhs92, with the price going up to Dhs96 for full moon yoga sessions. Talise also offers vinyasa, yin and ashtanga yoga within the spa, with classes limited to seven people to create an intimate atmosphere.

Trident Wellness Centre – Dubai Marina

It is home to some of the leading yogis and most varied yoga practices in the Emirate. Ease your way in with hatha or yin before taking on the vinasya, ashtanga, iyengar or power yoga classes. The studio also offers pre-natal, mysore ashtanga and jivamukti; a newer yoga founded in 1984 which is mainly vinyasa flow-style.

Warehouse Gym Al Quoz, Business Bay, JBR & DIFC


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If you would like to mix your yoga practice with weight training and killer cardio sessions, then a membership at Warehouse Gym might work out as the most viable option in terms of ease and finances. The best thing about this gym’s offering is that the yoga is some of the best in Dubai.

Zen Yoga- Media City, The Springs & Umm Suqeim


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Zen covers everything from yin yoga, which is perfect for all levels with its more passive set of postures – held for longer, to the more advanced core-building ashtanga class that follows a sequence of postures designed to strengthen the body, joined together with the breath to create a rhythmic experience. 

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