Learn more about how yoga benefits the community and how our center promotes practice, health and love in the community. Our nonprofit donation-based center has been recognized as the Best Yoga Studio locally for five years running in Mountain Xpress’ Best of WNC awards. Sometimes all it takes is a community that cares!
Our beautiful center has become a home-away-from-home for countless Asheville area residents. Get a sneak peek at what you can expect upon walking in the door to our welcoming community.
Later this year, Asheville Community Yoga is taking on a much-needed and long-anticipated expansion. We’ll be buying our building here at 8 Brookdale Road and expanding into the other half, doubling our size to make yoga more accessible.
Been wanting to come in for some yoga, but not sure what to expect? This three-minute video will give you a brief tour and overview of everything you can expect for your first time at Asheville Community Yoga. Visit our website for a full list of our more than 80 classes a week, for all levels from beginners to advanced, and all ages from prenatal to Mommy & Baby, kids to seniors and everyone in between.
Registration is open now for our next teacher training program!
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We are deeply humbled and grateful for the exciting news that we have received the honor of Best Yoga Studio in Mountain Xpress’ Best of WNC for the fifth year in a row. Thanks to everyone who has made our amazing community possible, especially our dedicated teachers and devoted students!
Don’t just take our word for it! Hear more about what to love about Asheville Community Yoga directly from the people who make it so great: our inspiring students and amazing teachers.
Our teachers weigh in on some of their favorite poses and practices, along with alignment tips and benefits for each.
We’re proud to have some of the most knowledgable and skilled instructors in this area sharing their wisdom with the community. Learn more about our teachers, who generously donate their time to teach for free as a way of giving back to the community.