​Hong Kong’s Best New Yoga Studios, From Wong Chuk Hang To Tsim Sha Tsui

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The hustle and bustle of city life can take a toll on all of us. Are you in need of a meditative break? Or do you want to work up a sweat? Whether you are in the mood for something more relaxing to de-stress, or something that will get your heart pumping – there is a yoga class for you. Below we roundup the best new boutique yoga studios in Hong Kong that you can check out this weekend (and drag your BAE to)!

The Practice Studio – Best For Alignment Yoga

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The Practice Studio is an eco-friendly alignment-based yoga space that launched in 2017- so not new to Hong Kong but new to Green Queen. Located in Central, the studio offers a variety of yoga classes that are all conducted in a small group setting. Their certified teachers help with hands-on adjustments and variations for all levels of students, whether you are a seasoned yogi or a beginner. The fully-equipped boutique studio has 2 rooms on their premises, changing rooms, personal locker facilities and showers. 

5/F, LKF 29, 29 Wyndham Street, Central. Tel: +852 98557693.

Nila Yoga – Best For Mindfulness Yoga

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Nila Yoga is the go-to boutique yoga studio for residents of Hong Kong’s Western District. The name, inspired by the Sanskrit word for dark blue, and “the moon” in Tamil, conducts a range of classes that each have a different focus. From the synchronicity of breathing and movement, awareness of the present, mindfulness, anti-gravity yoga, flexibility and more – there is a class for everyone. You can book a class on their online website, or through the MINDBODY App. 

3/F, 41 First Street, Sai Ying Pun. Email: nilayogahk@gmail.com 

5ive.d – Best For Raised Consciousness Yoga

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For those who are looking for another level of consciousness, 5ive.d or “5D” is your studio. The friendly yoga team at 5D aims to share their experience of a fifth dimension to the community, which refers to a freer and happier reality. It symbolises the energies of love, light, compassion, gratitude, peace and one-ness. Hong Kongers looking for a place to nurture and cultivate a raised consciousness need to look no further than this boutique studio! 

G/F, 110 First Street, Sai Ying Pun. Tel: +852 21110511. 

Thrive Health HK – Best For Recovery Yoga

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Thrive Health HK is an integrative musculoskeletal clinic specialising in personalised treatments to “get you back into action”. The team at Thrive Health, made up of physiotherapists, yoga and Pilates instructors, and sports massage experts, work together to deliver services for individuals suffering from pain, lack of mobility, or are recovering from injuries. Their holistic approach to health and healing is personalised for every individual to ensure the most optimal treatment. 

Unit 2106, Global Trade Square, 21 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang. Tel: +852 25226972. 

Shan Studios – Best For Meditation Yoga

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Inviting visitors to pause and take a moment, Shan Studios is a boutique space fitted with soothing decor and natural lighting. Shan Studio provides diverse resources to support their students in “staying accountable with their self-care.” They have meditation classes, yoga sessions and even a free vegetarian lunch offer if you join them on select Fridays! 

Unit 902, Sun Hing Industrial Building, 46 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang. Tel: +852 93066788. 

Ikigai – Best For Revitalizing Yoga

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Goodbye hyyge, hello Ikigai! The brand new boutique studio situated in the centre of Tsim Sha Tsui is designed to leave city-dwellers feeling refreshed and revitalised. Inspired by the Japanese word meaning “reason for being”, the bespoke wellness studio offers a range of unique yoga classes to encourage people to make lifestyle changes that will benefit their health.

Unit 1207, Wing On Plaza, 62 Moody Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. Tel: +852 25248108.

Lead image courtesy of Shan Studios.


  • Sally Ho

    Sally Ho is Green Queen's former resident writer and lead reporter. Passionate about the environment, social issues and health, she is always looking into the latest climate stories in Hong Kong and beyond. A long-time vegan, she also hopes to promote healthy and plant-based lifestyle choices in Asia. Sally has a background in Politics and International Relations from her studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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