Welcome to Binghamton Yoga
Your home for ease, community, & well-being
New to our Studio?
These classes are a great place to get started!
Align & Flow Open
Focuses on the foundational postures to learn how to align the body so that it's stable and strong as we move from one posture to another.
A non-weight bearing class that strengthens & stretches the whole body using carefully aligned poses & the support of props.
Restorative or Yin Yoga
Melt away tension using supported and relaxed poses, meditation, & awareness of breath.
A little bit about us...
We've been offering yoga in the Binghamton area since 2009. Our yoga studio is an oasis in the Endicott area that is home to a vibrant yoga community. It features a comfortable lounge area, convenient changing rooms, private restrooms, & a beautiful practice area.
You deserve to feel your best, and our classes aim to make that a reality - whether it's through strong movement or soft relaxation. We offer over 20 classes a week in a variety of yoga styles appropriate for students of all levels including: Align & Flow, Restorative, Yin, Meditation, & Gentle.
We pride ourselves on our student-centered teaching, putting a focus on you and your needs. Let us show you the way to your best self.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to wear a mask?
Yes. For now, NY State guidelines require everyone to wear a mask at all times. If you aren't able to medically tolerate a mask, contact Emily at (607) 862-6701.
Do I have to register for class?
No. The majority of our students drop in. There is plenty of room if you choose to drop in - 14 spots are available in each class, and we haven't yet had to turn anyone away.
Do you have a yoga mat I can borrow?
Due to COVID-19, we can no longer allow our mats to be borrowed, in an effort to limit the spread through common surfaces.
Is there a form I need to fill out?
We have a New Student Consent Form, which you can print out here and bring with you to the Studio. You can always fill it out in the studio. Just be sure to come a few minutes early to your first class so you have time to fill out the form and get settled.
Can I do yoga if I have an injury?
If it causes significant pain to move or support yourself, rest is always best. Always consult with your doctor before beginning yoga if you're not sure how it may affect you.
What should I wear?
Wear comfortable, but snug clothing. Dress in layers if you know you tend to get cool.