Budapest’s Best Yoga Studios (2020)

Yoga studios big and small are dotted across Budapest with a good range of English-speaking classes held whether you want Ashtanga, Vinyasa, or some Bikram hot yoga. Find a studio and trainer that looks right for you and enjoy that downward dog pose.

Here are the spots that made our list:

Love Yoga Obuda: In the heart of Budapest lies a professional and dedicated yoga studio offering a full range of yoga classes and disciplines suit every need.

Address: Budapest, Kunigunda útja 18., 1037
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Atma Center: A well-organised studio and patient, experienced instructors mean that the classes here are accessible to everyone, even non-Hungarian speakers.

Address: Budapest, Üllői út 6, 1085
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Aname Program: A centre offering personalized holistic programs that are aimed at personal development and spiritual and energetic healing. Sessions include Root Chakra classes and Crystal Body classes.

Address: Budapest, Dohány u. 33, 1074
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Anahita Yoga and Spiritual Centre: Professional instructors with classes for every level of yogi and a beautiful studio, Anahita is popular with Budapest’s residents and visitors alike, even those who don’t speak Hungarian.

Address: Budapest, Kádár u. 10, 1132
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Bandha Works: An authentic Mysore experience. This studio focuses many of its classes around Mysore-dedicated Ashtanga practices, and offers a full Mysore Pack for those really wanting to get involved.

Address: Budapest, utcafront, Frankel Leó út 6, 1027
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Down Dog Yoga: A professional instructor trainer centre, Down Dog Yoga offers the 200-hour course necessary to become a yoga teacher. They have studios in various locations all over Budapest, and even offer classes with English instruction.

Address: Budapest, Eötvös u. 26/c, 1063
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Mandala Yoga: Wonderfully light and spacious, Mandala offers everything you could want from a professional yoga studio, including specific classes such as spinal yoga for those suffering from injury or impairment.

Address: Budapest, Bartók Béla út 55, 1114
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Nitayoga: Offers a full range of classes from women-only, to spinal yoga, to post-natal classes for all different levels. The studios are large so they don’t feel too crowded, airy, and light. The centre also organises events such as 4-day summer camps and workshops.

Address: Budapest, Vörösmarty u. 11/b, 1074
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BinduSar Yoga: Conveniently located close to the famous Andrassy Avenue, BinduSar Yoga teaches authentic yoga practices with a focus on the spiritual and Ayurvedic health.

Address: Budapest, Jokai ter 3, Jókai tér, 1066
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YogaPlacc: One of the smaller studios on Budapest’s yoga scene, this is a cosy studio which originated as a sub-section of Sport Placc, until it was decided that the practice deserved a facility of its own. Now dedicated just to yoga, Yoga Placc has a homely, intimate feel to it.

Address: Budapest, Tahi u. 69, 1135
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Aum Yoga: Vibrant energy flows through this well-organised and friendly studio, which delivers classes from a range of experienced instructors who specialise in practices such as Iyengar, Sound Therapy, and Himalayan Traditional Yoga.  

Address: Budapest, Károly krt. 3/a, 1075
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Asram Yoga Centre: This popular studio can accommodate large classes for a variety of different styles and practices, including teacher training, beginner’s courses, and tai chi.

Address: Budapest, Tátra u. 5/b, 1136
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Yoga Life: For new guests, yoga life offers a 7-day trial pass that allows newcomers to try out all the classes before they decide which is right for them. They also offer hot yoga classes.

Address: Budapest, Rákóczi út 19, 1088
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Ariel Yoga Hungary: Bringing something a little special to Budapest’s yoga circuit, Ariel Yoga Hungary offers classes from beginner to advanced that utilize silk ropes and bands suspended from the ceiling as a way to get fit and have fun!

Address: Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 31, 1061
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Sivananda Yoga Studio: One of the city’s older yoga establishments, Sivananda offers yoga classes that are informed by traditional practices. For a taste of authentic yoga teaching, this is the place to go.

Address: Budapest, Szegfű u. 2, 1028
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Bikram Yoga Ujpest: Not for the faint-hearted, this studio offers demanding Bikram yoga classes that are designed to challenge and test strength, balance, and flexibility. It’s well worth the workout, though – experienced and dedicated instructors here know how to get the most out of these sessions for you.

Address: Budapest, Csányi László u. 34, 1043
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Yoga Art: A peaceful, serene studio in Budapest. The Yoga Art crew have created a space that’s all about you from the moment you walk in, with beautifully decorated facilities and a quiet, intimate atmosphere.

Address: Budapest, Zsigmond tér 13, 1023
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Elij Harmoniaban: A holistic practice offering not just yoga, but also mediation and massage therapies and classes. They can also arrange for private classes and courses, in English, to suit your schedule.

Address: Budapest, Benczúr utca 12., 1068
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Padma Yoga Studio: Full studios attest to the popularity of this yoga centre, which can hold large classes for every level, including classes for children. The maternity and mummy-yoga classes are particularly recommended.

Address: Budapest, Bánki Donát u. 62., 1148
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Spirit Yoga Studio: A relaxed and immaculately designed yoga centre with classes for everyone from infants to the elderly.

Address: Budapest, Budaörsi út 5, 1118
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Purnam Yoga and Meditation: Dedicated to promoting excellence within the field of yoga, this centre runs yoga teacher training courses, meditation instructor training courses, and events such as meditation workshops and beginner’s summer camps.

Address: Budapest, Öv u. 140, 1147
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Nemcsak Yoga: A well-equipped, smaller centre. Class sizes here tend to be smaller than some of the other centres around the city, which makes for a cosy, inclusive feel.

Address: Budapest, Káplár u. 11, 1024
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Samadhi Yoga: Spacious, light, with a minimalist design. Classes here start at 7 am with the aptly-named ‘Sunrise Yoga’ sessions, followed by a variety of classes throughout the day which include Hatha and Yin Yoga.

Address: Budapest, Dráva u. 17, 1133
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Yoga Tree Studio: offers Ariel yoga as well as more traditional styles and yoga for children. Conveniently located in Budapest’s downtown area.  

Address: Budapest, mfsz. 1, Erzsébet krt. 51, 1073
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Ajna Yoga: One of the longer-running yoga centres in Budapest, Ajna Yoga is an understated yet exquisitely decorated space with a home-like feel to it, with a range of classes from stress-relieving yoga to traditional Iyengar practices.

Address: Budapest, Bartók Béla út 80, 1115
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MadhuraYoga: With studios located all around the city, Madhura’s approach is a more traditional one with an emphasis on spiritual healing as well as physical development. They offer sound spas and meditation workshops, as well as yoga courses for all ages.

Address: Budapest, Lágymányosi u. 13, 1111
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Author

Tal Gur is a world traveler and personal development enthusiast. An adventurer at heart, after trading his daily grind for a life of his own daring design, Tal spent a decade pursuing 100 major life goals around the globe. His journey continues as a location-independent blogger, lifestyle entrepreneur, and coach. Tal’s published two books: One Year to Freedom, a 1-Year Roadmap to Living Life on Your Own Terms; and, his most recent book and bestseller, The Art of Fully Living – 1 Man, 10 Years, 100 Life Goals Around the World.

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