When the stresses of the world close in around you, it is important to have a release so you don’t lose your mind! Yoga is a perfect outlet. For hundreds of years, yoga has been practiced around the world, and for good reason. The focus on breath control and stretching lead to significant health benefits and an overall improvement in one’s wellbeing. There is almost no downside! Whether you have been practicing for years or are new to the yoga world, finding a studio that fits your needs and supports you is imperative. Here are some amazing selections to help you on your way to finding your Midtown Atlanta yoga home.


If you want to get really good at something, focus all your attention on that one thing and rock it. That’s the philosophy behind onlYoga. They place an emphasis on self awareness and personal focus that can get lost in the busy day to day hustle.

Yoga On The Square

3 local studios, 22 opportunities to thrive, and the best instructors in town. That’s the recipe for one of the most hotly anticipated yoga events of the year: Yoga on the Square. Join tons of your fellow Atlantans in The Grove at Colony Square for outside yoga every Wednesday from May 1st to September 25th this year. It’s a chance to catch some afternoon sun and maybe make a new friend!

Wide Angle Yoga

For those looking for a more intimate yoga experience, Wide Angle Yoga is a safe place to learn in a one-on-one or small group environment. Not everyone wants to strut their stuff in yoga pants in front of a crowd, so this is a good opportunity to get in your poses without the feeling of exhibitionism. Plus, the individual attention can help you grow in your yoga skills more quickly.

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Yoga With Jaimee

Yogi Jaimee Ratliff was voted the 2018 Person to Watch in the Best of Atlanta section of Atlanta Magazine. She has created her own version of yoga that combines elements of hip hop, all of which has made her an in-demand instructor all over town. As she says, “If Deepak and Tupac created a yoga class together, this would be it.” She doesn’t have a permanent studio, but moves her classes around to different locations. Whether you are getting your flow on to Beyonce or Bob Marley, you will find your center in a whole new way with Jaimee. You can find out where she’ll be by following her Facebook.


With all the craziness in the world, it’s important to find time for you. Try out any of these Atlant yoga options and find your alignment. You’ll thank yourself!

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