There is a flourishing number of yoga studios in Dublin. In Ireland’s capital city, yoga is embraced in many different forms wholeheartedly by a blossoming community of yogis.
Gone are the days when it was thought to be accessible only to hemp-wearing, implausibly flexible hippies. Now, a yoga class on your lunch break is the norm – even if that means just commuting to the living room, thanks to the boom in online classes.
See below a list of some of the best yoga studios in Dublin to start, reignite or enhance your yoga journey.
Best Yoga Studios in Dublin
YogaHub’s website exclaims they offer ‘the friendliest classes in Dublin.’ An ethos they truly live and breathe. YogaHub runs classes for all levels at great value, from a growing number of studios across the city (5 at last count). They also have a consistent line-up of weekend/evening workshops, are often taught by visiting international teachers. Whether you’re looking to start your practice or take it to the next level YogaHub has something for you.
Annie Kirwan and Lee Tracey, two of Dublin’s leading yoga and Pilates teachers, came together in 2019 to bring to life Reformation. Now in a new home in Dartmouth Pl, Ranelagh the stylish wellbeing hub offers yoga and Pilates classes as well as teacher training all under one roof. Try their signature ‘Embody’ or ‘Empower’ dynamic yoga classes or take a grounding Yin yoga class.
If coffee and yoga is your idea of a perfect morning, then a trip to Little Bird on on South Circular Road is a must. Little Bird is a cafe with a purpose built, light drenched yoga studio attached. Some of Dublin’s leading yoga teachers are regulars on the timetable here. They offer Mysore practice, as well as more typical styles like Vinyasa and Restorative. Many of the classes are an indulgent 90 minutes – so a decent Savasana is guaranteed. Plus there’s the benefit of a delicious brunch within tripping distance.
The term Samadhi in sanskrit means a state of transcendent oneness achieved through meditation. It’s regarded as the final stage assumed by a yogi at their death. Samadhi yoga studio in Dublin won’t expect you to achieve nirvana on your first (or one hundredth) class – don’t worry. However, just stepping off the bustling streets of Templebar and into this haven of calm will offer an immediate hit of serenity. Samadhi’s experienced teachers guide you through Ashtanga, Iyengar, Hatha, Kundalini, Prenatal, Sivananda, and Vinyasa yoga styles.
The Space Between
The Space Between is without doubt one of the most beautiful yoga studios in Dublin. Every detail of its design was consciously considered. The result is a yoga and meditation studio that also acts as a tea shop, gallery, and so much more. Their two stunning yoga rooms play with the notion of opposites. One is titled ‘Here, and the other ‘Now.’ ‘Here’ is white, bright and airy, ‘Now’ is painted black, atmospheric and heated. Other unique quirks include an outdoor cold shower, slick changing rooms and an utterly-lovable house dog, Alfie. Your own pooch is welcome too.
MOONS yoga is a cosy, light-filled nook, nestled above Fable + Stey cafe. Join a class there and let Sinead and her collective of like-minded yoga teachers treat you to mindful movement and meditation, to nourish the soul and the body in equal measures. Owner Sinead offers to space to fellow yoga teachers to host a variety of workshops Follow by brunch at the cafe downstairs and a dip in the nearby Forty Foot afterwards. Lush.
Project Revive is set off the main thoroughfare in the dynamic neighbourhood of Ranelagh. Feeling stiff, fatigued or stressed? You can trust owner Hayley Killen and her team to guide you through an alignment based flow that will leave you feeling invigorated. Keep an eye out for their fun and fresh events calendar too. Project Revive often partner with other venues and interests. Prosecco may very well be involved…
Yoga Dublin has studios in Ranelagh and Dundrum and a dedicated hot studio in Rathmines. The studio has built a reputation for delivering a high quality standard of yoga in a diverse range of styles. Classes are available in levels to suit beginners as well as the advanced yogi. You can also complement your yoga practice with therapies such as deep tissue massage, Reiki and acupuncture. Helping to bring you as close as possible to total well-being.