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The Best Of Hong Kong
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By Karen Chiang | June 18th, 2018

Yoga practice can be an intimate and spiritual thing, and ultimately, it may take you a couple of tries before you find a teacher or studio that fits your vibe. Whether you’re looking for a smaller boutique studio where you can bond with the teachers or want to join a community of yogis, these are some of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong!


Lemondrop Studio

Lemondrop Studio, one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong.
The calming space at Lemondrop Studio.

Located at the end of Kennedy Town, Lemondrop Studio is a cosy, quiet studio with lots of natural light offering a combination of both yoga and HIIT classes that are both intimate and effective. Founded by ex-Lululemoners (hence the name), you’ll be able to feel the founders’ passion for fitness and community right away.

Shop 2, 37B Cadogan Street, Kennedy Town, (+852) 6769 3436


Kita Yoga

Kita Yoga, one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong.
The intimate studio at Kita Yoga.

Kita Yoga is a small yoga studio tucked away in U Lam Terrace. Founded by Nikita Ramchandani, it features a minimalist, light-drenched interior that is a gorgeous destination to escape in the afternoon for physical and mental break.

1 U Lam Terrace, Sheung Wan, (+852) 5323 1978


The Practice

The Practice, one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong.
Views from the studio at The Practice.

Lan Kwai Fong isn’t just for cocktails and shots. The Practice is a little haven that feels miles away from the craziness that happens just outside the windows in Central. Sure, this is easily one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong. But the space is also home to The Study, where you can take a coffee break before heading back out into the world. We’ll count that as a double win.

5/F, LKF29, 29 Wyndham Street, Lan Kwai Fong, (+852) 9855 7693


Yoga Dimensions

Yoga Dimensions, one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong.
Class is in session at Yoga Dimensions.

Hidden gems in Hong Kong are often nestled in unassuming buildings, and Yoga Dimensions is no different. After navigating past dried seafood stores and dim stairways, you’re welcomed into a bright, clean and homey studio. Class sizes are always small, and you can expect lots of corrections and tips to ensure you learn proper techniques.

Wing Lok Mansion, 162 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, (+852) 5729 2088


Yoga Aloha

Yoga Aloha, one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong.
Enjoy the relaxed approach of Yoga Aloha.

This warm and welcoming studio in Wanchai not only offers a good range of classes ranging from Vinyasa and flow to candlelit Yin and restorative. With the additional offerings of frequent mindfulness and wellness workshops and events, there’s no doubt that this is one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong. Make sure you keep an eye on their Instagram for the latest happenings.

1/F, Fu Tak Building, 367 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, (+852) 2565 7088


Anhao Wellness

Anhao Wellness, one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong.
Find yoga and more at Anhao Wellness.

Though located up seemingly endless flights of stairs on Ladder Street, Anhao Wellness is a studio worth visiting. Apart from offering Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa, and Pre-natal yoga, it is also top notch for Pilates on mats and reformers.

1/F & 4/F, Sunny Sky Center, 5 Ladder Street, Mid Levels, (+852) 6397 8284


believe yoga.wellness

believe yoga.wellness, one of the best boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong.
Strategic learning and Cantonese are just part of the package at believe yoga.wellness

For Kowloon dwellers and those of you who want to experience yoga classes in Cantonese, believe yoga.wellness is the perfect spot. A detox yoga class for example, will involve plenty of twist poses where you’ll be adjusted, and pushed to reach further. You’ll also learn breathing techniques to maximize your practice and calm your mind.

Flat C, 7/F, Kwun Ngan House, No.751 A-C Nathan Road, Prince Edward, (+852) 5309 9995

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