The best yoga studios in Ho Chi Minh City

If you’re looking for a fun and healthy activity to do while in Ho Chi Minh City, why not do some yoga! It’s good for both your body and mind, it releases stress, increases your self-esteem, and much more. The benefits of practising yoga are many and it’s worth every penny to invest in yourself. The good thing about traveling in Ho Chi Minh City is that there are endless of possibilities here, so it should come as no surprise that you can also find many yoga studios in this lively city. Get away from the hustle and bustle, enter a relaxing space and spend time taking care of yourself. It’s really worth it.

Now, let’s take a look at where you can find the best yoga studios in Ho Chi Minh City.

1. Yoga Living

Studio 1: B building, ITAXA House, 19 Võ Văn Tần, D. 3, HCMC

Studio 2: 11B Nguyễn Bỉnh Khiêm, D. 1, HCMC

This is one of the best yoga studios in Ho Chi Minh City, thanks to its location and variety of classes. It comprises of two yoga studios, both on either end of District 1. The teachers tend to teach at both studios, so you can always make sure to practice with the one you like the most. In the Vo Van Tan Studio, it gets full rather quick during peak hours, even though the studio can accommodate more than 50 students. This shows how popular Yoga Living is. The schedules changes every week, so if you can’t go to a vinyasa class one week, you’ll surely be able to catch it the next one. The employees working there are nothing but professional and helpful, facilities are big and bright, and you’ll instantly be welcomed with relaxing music when you enter the studio. They teach in both English and Vietnamese.

2. Mandala Wellness

Address: 41 Trần Ngọc Diện, Ward Thảo Điền, D. 2, HCMC


This is more than just a yoga studio, it’s in fact a wellness retreat where you can escape the lively city and be welcomed into a tucked away villa, away from the loud noises. They have everything from counselling and therapy rooms, bathrooms, lockers, showers, a juice bar, and two classrooms which can have up to 40 people at a time. Although there’s yoga at Mandala Wellness, you can also practise reiki healing, sports-therapy, counselling, Tai Chi and more.

3. YogaHaus+

Address: 106 Street No. 2, Cư Xá Đô Thành, Ward 4, District 3, HCMC


If you’re looking for something a bit more budget friendly, you should head over to YogaHaus+. They teach ashtanga, vinyasa and acro and hatha. Even if it’s one of the cheapest places  to practice yoga, it’s still one of the best and most authentic studios. The owner started YogaHaus+ because she wanted to share her passion for yoga with others, and wanted people to be able to afford practising yoga. There’s only one large room in the studio, with basic yoga props such as mirrors and mats. If you’re looking for something more exclusive, you won’t find it here. But if you are looking for a yoga studio that feels intimate, professional and is affordable, this might be the studio for you.

4. Yoga Plus


Studio 1: Plus Yoga Center Aeon Mall Bình Tân, 2nd Floor, No. 01 Road No. 17A, Quarter 11, Ward Bình Trị Đông B, Bình Tân District, HCMC

Studio 2: Plus Yoga Center Thảo Điền Pearl Plaza, 3rd floor, 12 Quốc Hương, Ward Thảo Điền, District 2, HCMC

This ultra modern yoga studio is one of the most expensive places to practice yoga. Indeed, if you’re looking for world-class facilities with very high quality equipment and specialised yoga training, Yoga Plus will give you that and much more. If you have time and money to invest in yoga, you might as well go big. There’s up to 22 different types of yoga being taught here, so you’re bound to find at least one that appeals to you. The yoga teachers are highly professional and has lots of knowledge and experience, so you know you’ll be in very good hands. If you’re not comfortable practising in front of a group, you can also ask to do a one-on-one instruction.

5. Sivananda Yoga Center

Address: 25 Tran Quy Khoach St | Dist. 1, Hô Chi Minh-staden 70000, Vietnam

Here you can find yoga classes for all levels, and there’s even classes for the elderly and cancer patients here. Besides yoga, they also hold workshops you can attend, and they also offer accommodation. The staff are very warm and welcoming, the rooms are comfortable and clean, and the atmosphere is calm and relaxing, so you can be sure to get some well needed rest here. But if you don’t want to stay with them, no problem. You can also just come here to practice yoga. The classes are usually never overcrowded either, but it’s always best to contact them beforehand.