For All BU Buddhas

By Ellie Schulman, Film and Television student, College of Communication

If you like to get your Ohm on but would rather go somewhere with a slightly more Zen feel than Fit Rec, here are four yoga studios not too far from BU that are also relatively inexpensive. I won’t waste your time with my sarcasm like usual, I’ve just straight up provided the facts so you can make an efficient decision. At the top I’ve broken it down by single-class drop-in prices, but read on to get the real details.

The Bottom Line:

Karma Yoga Studios All One Yoga Sweat and Soul Yoga Back Bay Yoga Studio
$12 $15 $10 Day-time: $10
Evening: $15

Karma Yoga Studios

971 Commonwealth Avenue (on the 3rd floor above The Ring Boxing Club)
Allston/B.U. neighborhood
Boston, MA

The Allston location recently began giving all yoga classes on a donation basis. Here is their donation guide, pulled from their website:

  • Disciples: $1 – $5 { if you’re on a fiscal cliff }
  • Yogis: $6 – $10 { when you are on firmer ground }
  • Gurus: $11 – $15 { when you love your teacher }
  • Buddhas: $16+ { when you love the cause }

Keep in mind that their Allston location is currently the only one that operates on donations—bring at least $12 and your BU ID if you go to their Harvard Ave location!

All One Yoga

1065 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA 02215

For those of you who have never been to All One Yoga before, you can get a pass for two weeks of unlimited yoga and pilates classes for $25. Otherwise it’s $15 for a single drop-in and $70 for 5 classes.

Sweat and Soul Yoga

1032A Commonwealth Ave, 2nd Floor
Boston, MA 02215

All classes are only $10 which is nice, but it’s cash only. Still, that’s not a big deal. And on weekends they offer a $5 community class.

Back Bay Yoga Studio

364 Boylston Street, (2nd Floor, between Arlington and Berkeley Streets)
Boston, MA 02116

Like All One Yoga, BBYS offers unlimited classes for two weeks at $25 if you make the purchase on your first visit to the studio. Otherwise it’s $10 for a drop-in before 5pm and $15 after 5pm. They also offer community classes for $5, though those are cash only.

Have fun!


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