These are the most popular yoga studios in Boston, according to check-in data

Swarm users get sweaty most often at CorePower in Brighton.

Laura Ahrens recently graduated 28 yoga teachers from the school she co-founded.
Laura Ahrens teaches at Coolidge Corner Yoga. –Kaitlyn Ferris Photography

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As temperatures continue to drop throughout November, your exercise habits may also begin to wane. After all, that early morning jog suddenly doesn’t seem so appealing once frost coats the leaves at sunrise.

Yoga is a great substitute. The growing number of Boston area studios has made it easier for beginners and experts alike to find their bliss, no matter the weather.


We consulted data from check-in app Swarm to see which yoga studios were checked into the most by people in the Boston area from October 27 to November 2.

1. CorePower Yoga
1119 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton

2. South Boston Yoga
36 W. Broadway, South Boston

3. YogaWorks Back Bay
364 Boylston St., Back Bay

4. Health Yoga Life
12 Temple St., Beacon Hill

5. Coolidge Corner Yoga
1297 Beacon St., Brookline

6. O2 Yoga
1001 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge

7. Sadhana Yoga Studio
15 Worcester St., South End

8. Down Under School of Yoga
1054 Beacon St., Brookline

9. North End Yoga
256 Hanover St., North End

10. Prana Power Yoga
585 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge

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