Hong Kong as a city is known for the hustle and bustle. This concrete jungle is not short of exciting experiences including fitness experiences.
After introducing to you our list of studios where you can get high intensity workouts in just a short amount of time (check out the article here!), it is equally important to make time to wind down. One of the most popular ways in the city to zen out while getting a good exercise in is definitely yoga (because it’s not just about simple stretches!).
There is definitely more and more yoga studios popping up across Hong Kong to make it more accessible to the busy hustlers like you, when you want some me-time. So, to kickstart our lists of yoga studios available near you, let’s zoom into the yoga studios around Hong Kong’s first business district – Central.
1. Pause Studio
Photo: Pause Studio
Pause Studio is the oasis for the busy workers and mums. They primarily focus on providing class that refreshes your mind, body and spirit. From mindful massages to yoga and dance classes that help you shake the day off and be ready to get back to it with more clarity and presence. Pause also puts a lot of attention to taking care of mothers by providing fertility, maternity and post-natal services and relevant classes suitable for mums or mums-to-be.
- 16/F 41-43, Graham Street, Central; Telephone: +852 9062 3062
- G/F. 8 Ngan Wan Road. Mui Wo, Lantau Island; Telephone: +852 9708 0187
2. SUKHA Yoga & Wellness
Photo: SUKHA Yoga & Wellness
SUKHA is a studio that aims to help their students live a life centred in joy, gratitude and openness. Through their classes, you can form a stronger connection with yourself and everything around you as you try your best to flow through the different poses and sequences. With this, you’ll definitely come out of their classes feeling stronger and healthier physically, mentally and emotionally.
Address: 3/F, 13 Lan Kwai Fong, Central; Telephone: +852 5702 8669;
3. Infiniti Fit
Infiniti Fit’s classes are designed to guide to becoming a better you, whatever better means for you. This can be in terms of your physical fitness, strength, flexibility, etc. Whatever your goals are, Infiniti is here to support you in your quest of self-improvement and living a better life.
- Address: Unit 1803, Car Po Commercial Building,
- 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central , Hong Kong; Telephone: +852 3955 1315;
Telephone: +852 3955 1315;
Photo: Infiniti Fit
Group classes can be quite intimidating especially when you are new, and Inspire Yoga understands this, that’s why they pioneered the alternative of private yoga classes, allowing you to practice in a comfortable environment while receiving personalised coaching to start building your confidence with the practice.
Address: 3/F, 13 Lan Kwai Fong, Central; Telephone: +852 9167 3376;
5. Flex Studio
We look for a different kind of outlet on different days. In Flex Studio, you have the option to decide whether you want to sculpt, tone, strengthen or stretch your body to either set the day right or de-stress from the day. Flex Studio specialises in pilates, yoga, Xtend Barre, AntiGravity® Fitness and Cardio Conditioning.
- 3F Man Cheung Building , 15-17 Wyndham Street, Central; Telephone: +852 2813 2399
- Shops 308-310, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang; Telephone: +852 2813 2212
Yoga Bambam is a chic studio that you can find next to equally chic cafés, art galleries, shops and restaurants and among old trees of Hong Kong. Here you can find a range of classes that are either fun and dynamic, calm and healing, or fresh and energizing. No matter how you’re feeling that day, it is very likely that there will be a class suitable to your needs.
- 28 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, HK
- 10 Shin Hing Street, Central, HK Telephone: +852 5500 3117;
7. Anahata Yoga
This studio’s name came from the 4th primary Chakra – the Anahata Chakra – located at the heart that represents love, compassion, charity, humour and courage. All of which you can find in the way they teach and structure their yoga classes. Anahata Yoga’s instructors have studied and honed their practice in India.
Address: 8/F, One Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong; Telephone: +852 2905 1822;
Photo: Iyengar Central
Iyengar Central is the first yoga studio to have opened in Central, Hong Kong. Since May 1999, the studio has been known to be a sanctuary in one of the busiest districts in Hong Kong. Yoga Central’s classes are Iyengar-based and are categorised by the students’ yoga experiences to make sure that all levels are catered to.
Address: 2C Welley Building, 97 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong; Telephone: +852 2982 4308;
Yoga Union provides group classes, smaller, private classes as well as classes for corporate events. Sometimes, they take their classes outside too in parks and beaches. Their classes also range from focusing on the fundamentals, a deeper dive into your alignment, or helping you detox from the day.
Address: 10 Arbuthnot Road, Arbuthnot House, 3/F Unit 3A, Central District, Hong Kong; Telephone: +852 9330 3548;
10. Yoga Mala
Photo: Yoga Mala
Yoga Mala uses their classes to enables their students to grow spiritually so that they can have a better mind-body connection as well as eventually, a better connection with themselves and life in general. So, don’t be surprised if you come out of their classes feeling stronger, more awakened, open and full of positive vibes.
Address: 11/F Man Cheung Building, 15-17 Wyndham St., Central, Hong Kong; Telephone: +852 2116 0894;