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Find your zen with our San Jose yoga guide

Check out these 11 yoga studios around the great 408, which offer everything from beginner Vinyasa to full-fledged hot yoga + pilates.

Women sit on yoga mats in a park.

The CorePower instructors are ready to take you through the basics of yoga.

Photo via @corepower.dtsj

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, San Jose has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 11 yoga studios around the great 408.

If you’re just getting started

CorePower Yoga, multiple locations
The South Bay boasts six CorePower studios which offer all-skill level classes in Vinyasa flow, bodyweight sculpting, CorePower strength training, meditation, and more. Pro tip: Experiment with a free week of unlimited classes.

Hydra Yoga Therapy, 2170 The Alameda
Step into Yin Yoga for the absolute beginner, meditative Vinyasa, or Hydra Hot Yoga at this studio, which also specializes in Integrate Thai Massage. Classes start at $35, or $75 for a 3-class pass.

YogaSix, 1777 S. Bascom Ave., Campbell
The name comes from this studio’s six key classes: 101, Restore, Slow Flow, Hot, Power, and Sculpt + Flow. Each are designed to take you from yoga fundamentals to challenging Vinyasa classes.

If you’re looking to sweat

Hot 8 Yoga, 355 Santana Row, Ste. 5050
This studio turns up the heat, monitoring temperature, humidity, and oxygen levels to ensure your workout is the healthiest it can be. Get training in anything from Barre + Sculpt to How Power Fusion and Yin. Pro tip: They offer a week of unlimited classes for newbies for $37.

Balance Yoga Center, 5988 Silver Creek Valley Rd., Ste. 75
The temperature is turned up 100° with 40% humidity in classes like Inferno Hot Pilates, Heated Yoga Strength, or Warm Vinyasa Flow. Start with unlimited classes for a month for $59.

Just Breathe Yoga, 1242 Birchwood Dr., Sunnyvale
With the intention of detox, this studio gently heats your room up to a toasty 80-90° for their Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga Moon Flow, and Vinyasa Groove. They also offer prenatal, mom + baby, and kid yoga classes.

Six people in downward dog pose on yoga mats.

Breathe Together Yoga offers in-studio and online classes.

If you want to connect with community

Breathe Together Yoga, 14107 Winchester Blvd., Ste. H, Los Gatos
Enjoy workshops spanning topics from Japanese mindfulness to sound immersion with local instructors and organizations. Most classes + workshops are offered both in-person and online, and you can try a three-week trial for $55.

Jiaren Yoga Studio, 1171 Homestead Rd., Ste. 140A, Santa Clara
Located right behind its cafe, Jiaren Yoga operates as a community-based nonprofit studio. It often collaborates with local companies to create events like its most recent Sunset Yoga and Wine Tasting with Big Dog Vineyards — follow their Instagram for upcoming events.

If you want a mix of fitness options

labarre studios, 1445 The Alameda
Voted a 2022 Nextdoor Neighborhood Favorite, this studio offers not just barre and yoga, but also HIIT and mindfulness + nutrition workshops. For those on a crunched time scheduled, labarre also offers express 30 to 45-minute versions of its classes.

Almaden Yoga, 5353 Almaden Expy., Ste. E15
Along with restorative, Yin, Hatha, and gentle yoga classes, this studio also has Zumba, Bollywood, and weight training sessions. Get your groove on + try unlimited classes for a month for $60.

YogaSource, 16185 Los Gatos Blvd., Los Gatos
From their Gentle classes like Yin + chair yoga, to their Hot classes with pilates + a Glute Bakery, YogaSource is a destination for full body training. It also offers cycling classes, retreats, teacher training, and varying workshops.

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