I'm so fortunate in the places I get to teach. They are also the places I like to take class. I'm a bit surprised that these joints let me stand at the front of the room and say yoga things, but they do, and I have an awfully good time doing it. 


 

Yoga Pod

Yoga Pod is a new studio in South Reno. Far south. It's bright and super clean. There are two rooms that can get pretty darn hot and humid if we tell them to. In additional to your traditional yoga studio offerings like vinyasa and yin classes, Yoga Pod has barre and tone. It's a friendly environment in which to get your ass handed to you. 

13981 S Virginia St #402b
Reno, NV 89511

Website here.

 

 

Midtown Community Yoga

Ellie and Zach did a great job naming their yoga studio. It really is a community location with community offerings. As soon as you walk into MCY you feel welcome. The pricing is bank-account friendly. The ceilings are high. The floors are cork. I loved this place the moment I walked in. 

600-A South Virginia St.
Reno, NV 89501

Website here.

 

 

Eagle Fitness Sparks

 

I’d say that I don’t know why there is this stigma about teaching yoga at a gym, except I do know. It’s gym yoga. But the mythology about gym yoga students not knowing how to behave in class, e.g. talking while the teacher does, laughing at sanskrit, and fidgeting in savasana— it’s apocryphal at Eagle Fitness. Some of the most dedicated yogis practice at this local gym. I'm proud to be one of them. 

1535 Los Altos Pkwy
Sparks, NV 8436

Website here.