When visiting Martha's Vineyard, guests at our three Martha's Vineyard boutique hotels often ask where to find the best yoga studio on Martha's Vineyard. Whether you're looking to try out a new activity while on vacation or to continue your practice, we recommend heading to one of these three yoga studios. With fresh island breezes blowing through the class, an hour of yoga on Martha's Vineyard will help you to have a relaxing stay on the island.
Martha’s Vineyard Yoga Center | 73 Circuit Ave, Oak Bluffs | (508) 237-1861
This studio is just a 5-minute walk from Summercamp, our Oak Bluffs boutique hotel in a sweet, shingled cottage. The Yoga Center offers 10 different classes of different styles and ability levels. Drop in for an easy refresher class or challenge yourself with some vigorous kripalu flow. After your workout, head down the street to Mocha Mott's Coffee Shop for an energizing drink.
Island Spirit Kayak | Little Bridge, State Beach, Oak Bluffs | (508) 693-9727
Challenge yourself with some yoga on a standup paddleboard in the protected waters off of Joseph Sylvia State Beach. SUP Yoga on a paddleboard requires additional balance, so it's perfect for yogis looking for that added challenge. Plus, you get to enjoy the beautiful weather of the island while you practice. Come prepared to get wet—many first-time yoga SUPers end up taking a dip in the water!
Yoga on the Vine | 243 Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Rd, Edgartown | (508) 939-4339
In Edgartown, we love Yoga on the Vine for the peaceful yet strenuous workouts. Classes range in style from heated vinyasa to kundalini and even feature an aerial yoga series occasionally. After class, head next door to the studio's adjacent spa and ward off any muscle soreness with a therapeutic massage.