Yoga has fast become an essential part of the daily routine of many Hongkongers – understandable given the city’s high-pressure environment. Whether you’re just starting out, or are looking for a new spot to guide you through the next inversion, take a look at Vogue’s pick of the best yoga studios in Hong Kong.

Yoga Bagel


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Named after the versatile baked good, Yoga Bagel offers a selection of dedicated classes, including Slimming and Detox. For even more focused sessions, founder and instructor Wing Yu targets body areas like the hips and hamstrings, or the shoulders and back. Meanwhile, the floor-to-ceiling windows of its Wan Chai studio provide mesmerising city views to practise your poses to.

13/F, Mirage Tower, 13-15 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, 9298 1851

The Practice Studio


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Alignment yoga is the self-described “bread and butter” of The Practice Studio, alongside a strong offering of styles, from hatha to aerial. Its Wyndham Street location encompasses two studios and fully-equipped male and female shower rooms. The Practice Studio also shares a common space with The Study co-working space.

5/F, LKF 29, 29 Wyndham Street, Central, 9855 7693;

Anahata Yoga


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For the more practised yogis looking to expand on the spiritual benefits of the discipline, Anahata Yoga offers more specialised forms, such as the Kundalini guided meditation technique. However, beginners will appreciate the Andiappan self-practise regime, which guides students in creating a simple personalised routine for daily practise at home.

1 Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, 2905 1822;



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Combining Chinese principles of qi with yoga and aromatherapy, Chimaga introduces essential oils into the yogic exercise for a calming, holistic experience. The bright and spacious Kwun Tong studio is oriented towards the morning sun with views of Victoria Harbour, making sun salutations that much more enlightening.

25/F, Prosperity Place, 6 Shing Yip Street, Kwun Tong, 9681 7591;



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Yoga is just one discipline among many at this Causeway Bay studio, which combines dance, parkour and strength training under the overarching philosophy of Yoga+Movement. SharedSpace also offers Katonah Yoga, a 40-year-old Hatha yoga practise that incorporates elements of Taoist philosophy.

11-13 Sharp Street East, Bowrington, 6687 3701;

Kita Yoga


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In a quiet corner of Sheung Wan, Kita Yoga occupies a small yet characterful brick-walled studio that offers flow, body-sculpting and candle-lit classes for the perfect after-work stress buster. In addition, practitioners can sign up for a personalised dietary programme based on nutrition science and Ayurvedic practises that is designed to cleanse the body and mind from the inside out.

1 U Lam Terrace, Sheung Wan, 5323 1978;