The interest for Yoga in Rio is quite big. It’s more an activity for the wealthier. There are quite few options around, in many gyms they offer yoga lessons. I have listed some of the more purely oriented yoga centres below. These types of lists can get out dated pretty fast, if you find out that some of my info is incorrect or if you want to a good place to practice Yoga in Rio just let me now and I will make changes accordingly.


Where to Practice Yoga in Rio?


Academia Hermógenes Yoga R. Primeiro de Março 9, Centro map, tel 2224-9189. Classic Hatha Yoga.
Site: Hermógenes Yoga

Nirvana Yoga Centre Praça Santos Dumont 31, Gávea map (in the Jockey Club), entrance is on R. Jardim Botânico Tribuna A, tel 2187-0100. Anusara, Astanga, Iyengar, Hatha, Mandala, Pilates, Prana, Tai Chi Chuan, Vinyasa. This a big beautiful Yoga Centre that has many activities under their umbrella.
Site: Nirvana Yoga Centre

Bruna Sakanoi Bruna is back in Rio after her teaching work at the Cloud Nine Yoga School in California. She offers Hatha Yoga Classes and also “Deep Stretch & Slow Flow”. Classes are weekly or public and also in English. Tel (21) 8899-9642.
Site: Bruna Sakanoi

Centro de Yoga e Vedanta Sivananda R. das Palmeiras 13, Botafogo map, tel 2266-4896 or 8671-4896. Hatha and Raja. International franchise.

Kailasa – Filosofia Yoga Terapias Rua Santa Clara 98, Copacabana map, tel 2549-1707. Dakshina Tantra Yoga.
Site: Kailasa – Filosofia Yoga Terapias

Vidya Mandir Centro de Estudos de Vedanta e Sánscrito R. Miguel Lemos 44/902, Copacabana map, tel 2287-2774. A centre only for studies.
Site: Vidya Mandir Centro

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