5 Birmingham yoga classes you can take now, including outdoor options

Villager Yoga outdoor yoga
Time for a deep breath of relaxation. Photo via Villager Yoga’s Facebook

The weather is finally warming up in Birmingham, and we’re all breathing a sigh of relief. If you’re looking for new ways to get active and take care of yourself in 2021, try one of these Birmingham yoga classes. There are options for everyone from newbies to seasoned yogis, including free rooftop yoga classes.

1. Yoga at Overton Park with Villager Yoga

Villager Yoga outdoor yoga class
The best way to enjoy Birmingham spring weather. Photo via Villager Yoga

Take advantage of the warm spring weather by heading to one of Villager Yoga’s outdoor classes in Overton Park. There are plenty of class options to fit your schedule and exercise needs. Classes are limited to 10 attendees so be sure to register in advance.

Want to enjoy a yoga class with everyone in the family? Annie Damsky of Villager Yoga will lead an April Family Yoga in the Gardens event at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Saturday, April 17.

2. Online Yoga + Outdoor Classes with THEBLKYOGI

Adi Devta Kaur, yoga teacher
Adi Devta Kaur is a Black woman yoga teacher bringing the teachings of yoga to everyone. Photo via Adi Devta Kaur

Birmingham is home to multiple Black women yoga teachers dedicated to bringing yoga to everyone, including Adi Devta Kaur, aka THEBLKYOGI. After one month of yoga training in India turned into seven months thanks to the pandemic, she immersed herself in Rishikesh’s culture. Now she’s back in Birmingham and shares yoga classes on her YouTube and offers an in-person class once a month.

3. Yoga Lab offers a variety of Birmingham yoga classes

Yoga Lab yoga class
Yoga Lab’s studio is the perfect spot for a serene hour. Photo via Yoga Lab’s Facebook

Yoga Lab offers a variety of classes and workshops for anyone who’s interested in expanding their yoga practice. Choose from options like a Vinyasa Flow (this style is often more physical with movements that flow together) or their healthy back workshop.

4. Abundance Yoga

Nancy Rhodes, Abundance Yoga
‘I personally live in a fat body and always felt like I had no representation in the world of yoga.” – Nancy Rhodes, owner of Abundance Yoga. Photo via Abundance Yoga

The Abundance Yoga studio was built on making Yoga accessible for everyone. Along with classes, they offer Yoga Teacher Training, massage therapy, reiki therapy, and other healing modalities.

5. Beacon Yoga

Beacon Yoga
What’s a better way to enjoy a sunset than evening yoga? Photo via Beacon Yoga’s Facebook

Longer days mean even more chances to enjoy a yoga flow outside. Beacon Yoga offers evening classes outside so you can soak in the sun while you practice.

Looking for even more Birmingham yoga classes? Try one of these options.

Yoga teacher Hayley Holdridge in Cahaba Brewing Co
Yoga + beer = your new Sunday plans. Photo via Cahaba Brewing Company’s Facebook

Have you tried any of these Birmingham yoga classes? Let us know by tagging @bhamnow on social!