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Laughing Lotus
Beginner
As summer stubbornly, but welcomingly, held onto New York City, Yoga Sleuth found himself craving the sunny fun and vigorous asana that Laughing Lotus never fails to deliver. A free Friday brought him to the morning class of Emily Stone, who provided


Unity Yoga
Beginner
Opened just under a year ago, Unity Yoga is a friendly and welcoming new Harlem studio located just a few blocks from the 125th Street stop on the A train and the historic Apollo Theater. The practice space has wonderfully high ceilings and even


Jivamukti Yoga Center Jersey City
Intermediate
My idea of what an aerial yoga class would entail involved a lot of slipping out and twisting around in the fabric, but as with most things before you can learn how to run you have to know how to crawl. Thankfully, this was exactly how Sarah


Savasana Station
Open
When Yoga Sleuth heard a new studio opened in the East Village offering yoga for tired people - it was time to investigate! Savasana Station, which opened its doors last April, offers mixed level classes for skeptics, the tired and even lazy


Bend & Bloom
Intermediate
Commuting to Brooklyn is usually a cinch for this downtown-residing Yoga Sleuth. But on this particular day my brain was in a fog, which landed me on an R train destined for the wrong direction. Fortunately, when I finally arrived at Bend & Bloom,


Prema Yoga
Intermediate
Yoga Sleuth squeezed into a full class at Carroll Gardens' Prema Yoga one chilly spring Saturday morning. I had forgotton that weekend mornings are absolutely the most popular time to practice yoga in New York City, and Prema was no exception.


Jaya Yoga Center Park Slope
Intermediate
All throughout I appreciated her responsiveness to the weather and the needs of the class. Noticing that some students were still exploring Supta Virasana variations, she encouraged us to stay in the pose longer.


The Shala
Open
For the best atmosphere in town, you need not look any further than The Shala. The rickety staircase, hgh ceilings, and creaky wooden floors provide New York yogis with a singular practice space that is rarely found in today's corporate yoga industry


Laughing Lotus
Beginner
After a mopey Monday, Yoga Sleuth had a fever, and the only prescription was Laughing Lotus. My mood was instantly lifted by the cheery common area, the animal crackers and the cinnamon tea. I found my asana room thanks to the movie theater-like


YogaWorks Soho
Advanced
The frigid temps, stuck in the teens, had caused some serious stiffness in Yoga Sleuth's bones. Aarona Pichinson's class, a mindful mix of breath, movement and music seemed like the perfect prescription to warm up both inside and out.


Lucky Lotus
Open
Now that spring had sprung, Yoga Sleuth decided to trek to brownstone Brooklyn to check out the cherry trees and Eddie Teboul's class at Lucky Lotus, a lovely neighborhood yoga studio in the heart of For Greene.


Jivamukti Yoga School
Open
Sliding into the home stretch of the long month of March, Sleuth burst into the tranquility of Jivamukti a bundle of pent-up nerves. Clutching my mat like a lifeline, I inhaled a coconut shake and set up in a corner, despairing at the contrast


Pura Vida Urban Fitness
Beginner
After a week on the sidelines with a winter cold, Yoga Sleuth was ready to start all over again from the beginning. Luckily Sara Walshe at Pura Video in Prospect Heights had the same idea.


Yoga216
Intermediate
"Yoga. Here. Now," said the sign outside of Yoga216. And who is Yoga Sleuth to turn that down? I went in and was greeted by my soon-to-be instructor, Melissa Allerton, who gave me a tour of the spa-like studio.


The Giving Tree Yoga Studio
Intermediate
Yoga Sleuth was curious about the description of The Giving Tree's Zen Flow: "Blend the mindfulness of zen with anatomical awareness through meditative movement addressing the five elements and meridian pathways." Having a fascination with


New York Yoga
Intermediate
Sleuth decided to rename York Ave "Yoga Avenue," in honor of the great classes he's taken at New York Yoga off 85th Street. And now adding to that esteemed list is a saturday afternoon fun and energetic vinyasa flow with dynamic Dayle Pivetta.


Studio Anya
Beginner
Chelsea's Studio Anya offers "a system of yoga techniques that focuses on core principles of alignment, awareness and breath work to awaken your sixth sense, or 'soul sense' as an embodied experience." And who is Yoga Sleuth to resist that?


Prema Yoga
Open
Fitzgordon could barely contain his enthusiasm as he watched students make adjustments and improve their alignment. "Awesome," he called out.


Freelancer's Medical
Beginner
Freelancer's Medical has now opened a Manhattan branch in the heart of the Financial District on the 21st floor of a skyscraper. Their yoga studio is bright, clean and stocked with fresh props -- their green mats complete with the Freelancer's logo.


Body Actualized Center
Open
All the while Sarah is playing lovely soft music and her choreography of the breath, movement with the music is beautifully timed. She demonstrates the movements before we do them and then circulates around the room whispering modifications or


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