14 of the Coolest Places to Do Yoga in Boston
Boston may be home to a seemingly endless supply of yoga studios, but if you’re confining your practice to traditional venues, you’re missing out. We found 14 of the coolest places to do yoga in Boston this spring, from galleries to breweries and everything in between.
- For a limited time, you can practice inside a (gorgeous) art installation at the Peabody Essex Museum. Prepare for sensory overload, in the best way possible. Register here.
- Through June, the MFA is holding a yoga class in its indoor courtyard on the second Saturday of each month. Get cultured while you get fit. Register here.
- Each Monday and Wednesday evening, Cambridge’s Gallery 263 holds a class surrounded by art. More information here.
- The Boston Children’s Museum hosts family yoga every Monday and Friday. Loosen up–it’s hard to take your practice too seriously in this environment. Find more information here.
- Each month, Yoga Around Town hosts a celebrity-themed yoga class—think Jay and Bey and JT versus JB—followed by an after-party at a local bar or club. Past venues include Stage and Ascend. Register here.
- Social yoga company Grip the Mat hosts periodic events in non-traditional spaces, including nightclubs such as Down. Bonus: Food and drink is almost always involved. Find more information here.
- Everett’s Night Shift Brewing holds free yoga classes each Sunday morning. Conveniently, they end just as the taproom opens for the day. Find more information here.
- Aeronaut Brewing hosts periodic yoga classes in its Somerville headquarters. The next is scheduled for April 2. Register here.
- PopUpAsana regularly holds classes in breweries. On deck: a vinyasa flow class at Norwood’s Castle Island Brewing Company on March 26. Register here.
- Harpoon Brewery and Downeast Cider have both hosted multiple yoga events in the past—keep an eye out for more.
- On May 1, 1,000 yogis will take over the Empower Field House at Gillette Stadium for Yoga Reaches Out’s New England Yogathon. Register now, here, and you can be one of them.
- The Watertown Public Library hosts free yoga and meditation classes each Wednesday morning. Rest assured no one will talk during savasana. More information here.
- The Boston Public Market hosts yoga classes every Wednesday evening and Thursday morning, as well as regular one-off yoga events. Find more information here.