When you're visiting Portland, Maine and our boutique hotel Pomegranate Inn, you may want to keep up with your yoga practice by dropping in on a class. Portland has several yoga studios that each offer different styles of classes several times a day. Pick one that fits best with your practice and stay centered and strong while on vacation. And we've got your recommendations for where to grab a healthy snack or juice afterwards too!
Niraj Yoga | 648 Congress St, Portland | (207) 747-9172
Located in Portland's West End and very close to The Pom, Niraj Yoga aims to make yoga accessible, meaning the classes are priced at an affordable $11. With several levels of classes, from a foundations to an advanced level, you'll find a class tailored to your practice. After an hour of yoga, head to Maine Juice Co. for a refreshing Green Zing juice, made with apples, greens, ginger, celery, and cucumber.
Lila East End Yoga | 251 Congress St, Portland | (207) 329-4604
This sweet little studio is located in Portland's East End and offers vinyasa flow classes. The classes tend to be small, which allows for more one-on-one instruction if you want it. Afterwards, head next door to LB Kitchen, (https://www.lbkitchenportlandme.com/) a fantastic new restaurant that serves bowls, toasts, juices, and bone broth. We love the banh mi bowl, with tofu, kimchi, brown rice, and spicy vegan mayo.
Greener Postures | 740 Broadway St, South Portland | (207) 210-6525
This heated studio (with temps up to 90℉) offers primarily vinyasa flow workshops, several times a day. While it's in South Portland, it's only a short drive from our The Pom. If it's your first time at the studio, the drop-in rate is only $5 and includes a mat, perfect for out-of-town visitors.