Where to do yoga in HCMC

Looking for an inspiring place to hit the mat while in Ho Chi Minh City? Sprinkled here in there amid the hustle of Vietnam’s southern metropolis, you’ll find yoga centres of every size and stripe. Here are six of our favourites.

restful details of studios in HCMC

Yoga Sculpt n Shape (Yoga SnS)

Yoga SnS teaches a balanced range of yoga in a mix of English and Vietnamese. From the dynamic Vinyasa Flow to the much gentler Prenatal Yoga, Yoga SnS is one of the top yoga schools out there. They also have a rotating roster of expat teachers. You’ll find Yoga SnS perched atop an apartment block near the Turtle Circle in District 3, not far from the city centre.

Yoga Living

Another school that is well-regarded in the expat community is Yoga Living. Known as “the cool, hidden school” that offers English classes in their repertoire, you might come for the class but stay for their cushy giant lounge. Just off Vo Van Tan, Yoga Living ensures you’ll leave refreshed. 

TIP: If you’re feeling hungry after your session, not far away from Yoga Living, you’ll find cute veggie eatery Prem Bistro & Cafe. 

Bright blue Buddha at a yoga studio.

Shine Yoga

This studio is run by an international yoga champion who trains other competitive yogis in his spare time. He’s balanced out by a teacher whose main focus is meditation and who doesn’t believe in competition at all. It’s a potent mix that means that you’ll always find what you need. Classes here are taught by a mix of teachers who run classes in English and/or Vietnamese.

Relaxing atmosphere at a Yoga studio.

Suzanne Vian

No list would be complete without a mention of Suzanne Vian, the doyenne of expat Vietnamese yoga. She concentrates mainly on retreats and yoga teacher trainings, and she’s arguably the only expat teacher doing so at this time. She teaches Hatha Yoga and keeps it fresh with a rotating roster of guest teachers at her weekly class.

Sivananda Yoga

One of the most popular forms of yoga among the Vietnamese, there are branches of Sivananda centres in Ho Chi Minh, Dalat and Hanoi. Sivananda Yoga has a strong meditation element to it, and the classes are well-paced with lots of rest in between so you can endure the entire 90 minute sequence. Classes are taught in both Vietnamese and English, and yoga teacher training and affordable yoga retreats are available.

TIP: If you need a breather from the bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, try an afternoon out at garden restaurant Binh An Village. It’s a surefire soother, down by the river and far from any honking motorbike horns.

Sage for purifying at a yoga studio.



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