Foreigner-Friendly Yoga Studios in Tokyo

Poste date: Tuesday, March 26, 2024

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Many Yoga classes are available in Tokyo and its popularity has gained within the past few years. In a fast paced city like Tokyo, stress management becomes very important and Yoga is one of the great ways to reduce stress and anxiety. There are other benefits as well such as maintaining weight, stronger bones, improving sense of balance, improving lung capacity, lower blood pressure, increasing flexibility and many more.

Some schools listed below offer classes in English.


At Bodhi Yoga, you can choose classes taught by Tom or Joey. Classes are conducted in English, Japanese languages and are available for all levels making this foreign friendly yoga studio a fantastic place for beginners as well as more experienced yogis. Private, corporate lessons are also available. There is also a course for students who wish to attain RYT200 certification. For more information on the instructors, classes, etc., please check the official website.

IYC Omotesando Studio, 5-47-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


Cozy yoga studio with friendly experienced instructors supporting every step towards yoga practice. This is a place where yoga and life come together. Please note that due to COVID 19 situation, only virtual sessions are available. Please check the website below for more information and updates.

1-25-11 Ebisu-nishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


Yoga school offering integrated study of Yoga. Reservation is not necessary for daily classes. Please note that, while communication in English is possible, the primary language of instruction for the most classes is Japanese. Please check the school's website for more information.

Shogakukaikan-bekkan 4F, 1-53-4 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Yoga Tree

Welcome to attend any of the daily classes on a drop-in basis. No membership fees. Enjoy an easy going, open-environment where every “body” can learn and practice Yoga. One minute from Hiroo Station. Because the number of students who can attend a class is limited, it can be recommended that you make a reservation in advance.

4F Tanaka Building, 5-5-1, Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Sun & Moon YOGA

At Sun & Moon YOGA, you would need to make a reservation in advance in order to attend one of their classes. Mats are available free of charge.

Gotanda Yamakatsu Building 201, 3-16-44 Higashigotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo

International Yoga Center

International Yoga Center offers a wide variety of yoga lessons via Zoom as well as at various locations including Omotesando, Setagaya, etc. Please check the official website listed below for the address of the studio you wish to attend and other information.

Sports clubs such as Konami Sports Club, esforta, and TIPNESS also offers Yoga lessons. If you want to do a combination of training and Yoga lessons, you should check out the programs they offer. 

List of fitness clubs and gyms in central Tokyo

Finding Yoga Clothes and Equipment Online

You can purchase Yoga mats, clothes and equipment online via Amazon Japan.

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