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Berlin's Yoga-Studios open again

Live classes and online streams for Worldtyoga Day

Frau praktiziert Rooftop-Yoga mit dem Fernsehturm im Hintergrund
Rooftop-Yoga in Berlin © visitberlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

Just in time for World Yoga Day, many yoga studios in Berlin are open again. The practice takes place outdoors, on roof terraces or, with a limited number of participants, also in the rooms. In addition, all yoga studios continue to offer online classes - and stream live via Instagram, Facebook or Zoom. Tip: If you don't have a yoga mat at home, you can also simply practice on the carpet or a non-slip blanket/towel. Or you can go out into the countryside for your yoga practice. Discover the nature in Berlin. This too!

Tip 1: Peace Yoga Berlin

At Peace Yoga Berlin you will not only find a large selection of live streams, but also a practical video on how to register online. Members of Urban Sports Club can also take advantage of this offer. For the time being, all classes will continue to be offered exclusively online, although a few exciting new formats have been established, such as a course on "Primal Trust through Yoga". On Instagram you can find free mini-lessons

Peace Yoga Berlin

Tip 2: Jivamukti Berlin

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Jivamukti Berlin saw the streaming of classes rather critically in the beginning. Because the direct contact with the teacher, the joint practice and the atmosphere in the studio are of course important components of every yoga class. Nevertheless, there is now a regular live stream. For all those who cannot be there in person, the Flex classes are available online 24 hours a day.

Jivamukti Live-Stream

Tip 3: Astanga Yoga Berlin

The traditional Berlin Astanga-Shale has been open again since June 2nd - of course under strict conditions and with only a few seats. In order to continue to support all others in their regular practice, online classes will continue to be offered, such as a Led Primary class every Saturday. This is already quite advanced, but a great offer for all yogis and yoginis who want to continue to train regularly and not just for themselves. There will also be the Basic Workshop again and a retreat is planned for October.

If you want to learn more about the traditional yoga practice, you should do Patañjali's Yoga Sūtras as summer reading. The Yoga Sūtras is one of the most important texts of the Yoga philosophy. The guide to the study of the "Self" is already over 2,000 years old. And another small note for the non-ashtangis among you: Sharat Jois, who can be seen here on Instagram, is the grandson of Pattahbi Jois, the father of traditional Asthanga Yoga.

Astanga Yoga Berlin

Tip 4: Dharma Yoga Berlin

Dharma Yoga Berlin keeps you up to date on the daily offer of yoga classes and workshops via Facebook and Instagram. The studio itself is also open again, but only eleven yogis can practice at a time. Please register online in advance. You can log in via Eversport or via the Urban Sports Club app, you can scan in directly on the website. Online classes and a cheaper online-only membership are also offered.

Dharma Yoga Berlin

Tip 5: Yoga Sky

In the future Yoga Sky will continue to offer online yoga classes. Besides the daily live streams you will find various video on demand offers. Common Yoga classes like the one on the picture above will not take place for the time being. But you will find a growing collection of sequences for all levels and situations on YouTube.

Yoga Sky

Tip 6: Yoga Now

At Yoga Now you can train on site again, but the number of participants is very limited. Please register online in advance. You can also continue to take part in online classes - to do so, please register up to 20 minutes before the class starts via Zoom. 15 minutes before the class starts, you will receive a link to join the video conference.

Yoga Now

 Tip 7: High on Yoga

High on Yoga is open for you again. Look forward to intensive Vinyassa classes that will catapult you to the next level. It will be hot! But the places are currently very limited. In addition, you will still find a wide range of live stream classes. So you can train comfortably and safely at home.

High on Yoga

Tip 8: Spirit Yoga Berlin

In all three studios (Mitte, Zehlendorf and Charlottenburg), practice is once again taking place on site. Please be punctual and bring your own mat, as well as blocks or straps, as there is currently nothing available for rent. Furthermore you can still book livestream classes online.

Spirit Yoga Berlin

Tip 9: Yoga & More

Yoga & More is still available online for you. Besides livestream classes you can book an Ayuverdian consultation online. Furthermore, up to 6 people can participate in the outdoor classes on Saturday, and you can practice on Tuesday in the on-site facilities. There is room for 9 yogis per class. So, book a spot in time - or join in online!

Yoga & More

Tip 10: Berlin Hot Yoga

Also at Berlin Hot Yoga you can sweat live on site. You practice at 38 degrees, the sequence is mostly predetermined and consists of 13 exercises in standing position and 13 exercises in sitting position, as well as two breathing exercises. This series was invented by Bikram Choudhury, which is why Hot Yoga is often called Bikram Yoga.

Berlin Hot Yoga

Tip 11: Hotpod Yoga Berlin

Actually, Hotpod Yoga is practiced in a kind of inflatable tent, which feels like yoga in a tropical greenhouse. Currently the classes on site are mostly moved outside to the roof. And of course you can still book classes online.

Hotpod Yoga

Enjoy your Yoga Practice in a relaxed manner ...

  • book your classes online in advance
  • be punctual and adhere to the hygiene rules and participant limits of the respective providers
  • If you are a yoga teacher yourself or run a studio, then please contact us or add to your offer right here in the comments. Thanks! 

If you want to know what else is open in Berlin, have a look at #Berlinreopens.

Josefine Köhn-Haskins


ist in München aufgewachsen, hat dort studiert und bei der SZ volontiert. Auf der Suche nach neuen Abenteuern entdeckte sie erst New York, dann Miami und berichtete als Trendscout und Korrespondentin für verschiedene Publikationen. Ihr Zuhause fand sie dann aber in Berlin. Fasziniert von den vielen Facetten der Stadt ist sie kreuz und quer in den Kiezen unterwegs und beschäftigt sich gerne mit Zukunftsideen und Smart City Konzepten für ein innovatives Berlin.


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