Breathe in and discover unique locales with a refreshing yoga session.


Roll out your yoga mat for a rejuvenating workout at Orlando’s most picturesque locations — including beginner-friendly options in our lush sculpture gardens, vibrant breweries, chic galleries and more. Whether you prefer outdoor asanas, complimentary brews or cuddly companions with your workout, here are some of most unique yoga classes in Orlando to add a little Zen to your stay.

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Epic Paddle Adventures

City paddling during day with Epic Paddle Adventures
Epic Paddle Adventures

Leave your worries on the shore with a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) yoga workout from Epic Paddle Adventures. They offer beginner-friendly classes out on Lake Ivanhoe, where you can unwind on the water and enjoy a post-workout meditation surrounded by cypress trees and water lilies.

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Harry P. Leu Gardens

Harry P. Leu Gardens
Harry P. Leu Gardens

Beginners can enjoy a laid-back workout at Harry P. Leu Gardens, a 50-acre botanical oasis in Orlando’s Audubon Park Garden District. Classes are hosted on the back porch of the Welcome Center with a gorgeous view over Lake Rowena. The garden also occasionally hosts mindfulness sessions where you can connect with nature and meditate amongst the trees. Pricing: $17 members, $22 non-members.

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Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company

Also in the Ivanhoe Village District, Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company offers laid-back yoga sessions on the first Sunday of each month. A free beer or mimosa is included in your workout cost, perfect for a post-session cooldown. Pricing: $10.

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Lake Nona

Lake Nona Sculpture Garden
Lake Nona Sculpture Garden

You’ll find several unique yoga classes in Orlando’s Lake Nona neighborhood, including complimentary 8 a.m. yoga sessions every Saturday in the Lake Nona Sculpture Garden. The vibrant space boasts colorful landscaping and breathtaking modern sculptures, plus complimentary mats, towels and water provided on a first-come, first-served basis. It’s adjacent to the Lake Nona Wave Hotel, perfect for a post-workout coffee or snack.

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Another free option in Lake Nona is Saturday morning yoga at Crescent Park, where you can enjoy an hour-long session for all ages and skill levels starting at 9 a.m.

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Orlando Museum of Art

Interior of the Orlando Museum of Art
Orlando Museum of Art

Orlando Museum of Art has you covered with monthly workout sessions in the galleries, perfect if you’re looking for a unique option that’s fully indoors. Bring your mat and enjoy a free 30-minute tour of the museum’s most noteworthy pieces, then stretch out in the galleries for a full mind-body refresh. Pricing: $13.50 members, $15 members.

The House on Lang

The House on Lang exterior
The House on Lang

Wind down with monthly Full Moon Yoga sessions at The House on Lang, a cozy bungalow in the Mills 50 district where you can shop, craft and explore hands-on workshops. Yoga is offered at 8 p.m. for a refreshing moonlit workout.

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The Mennello Museum of American Art

The Mennello Museum of American Art
The Mennello Museum of American Art

Enjoy yoga with a view at The Mennello Museum of American Art, part of Loch Haven Cultural Park in Orlando’s Ivanhoe Village Main Street District. The Smithsonian Affiliate museum offers Sunday yoga out in the sculpture garden, where you can take inspiration from graceful works like Alice Aycock’s Waltzing Matildas. Your class fee even includes admission to the galleries for a refreshing cooldown. Pricing: $5 members, $10 non-members, $25 for three non-member classes.

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Alaska Farms

Did someone say … goat yoga? You’ll find it at Alaska Farms, where you can enjoy 30 minutes of active yoga time plus plenty of time to play, snuggle and take photos with the farm’s adorable mini goats. The goats may even offer a bahhh of encouragement as they join in the fun. Children ages 8+ are welcome. If you can’t make it to their east Orlando location, you can also find Alaska Farms and their goats pop-up sessions throughout Orlando. Pricing: $32, reservations required.

Mead Botanical Garden

North of our downtown core in Winter Park you’ll find Mead Botanical Garden, where you can enjoy weekly yoga sessions on The Grove Stage. One-hour classes are offered on Saturdays at 9 a.m. and Sundays at 4 p.m. Pricing: $10 members, $15 non-members.

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The Kitty Beautiful

In downtown Orlando, The Kitty Beautiful is a family-owned cat cafe where you can enjoy themed events like cat yoga. The workout includes a one-hour yoga session plus 30 minutes to play with the cafe’s kitties, most of which are available for adoption. Pricing: $21.30.

The Veranda at Thornton Park

If you prefer an evening yoga flow, head to The Veranda at Thornton Park for a beginner-friendly class near downtown Orlando. Just bring your own mat, water bottle and anything else you’ll need to wind down in style. Classes are offered Monday evenings at 7 p.m., and you’ll find no shortage of places to dine, drink or catch a show after your workout ends. Pricing: $15 advance, $22 drop-in class.

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