Looking to get bendy while you’re visiting Green Bay? A drop-in yoga class is the perfect way to treat your mind, body, and soul while you’re here!
Green Bay is home to SO many knowledgeable and welcoming yoga instructors who offer a wide range of classes. We hope this round-up will help you find an option that will fit your schedule and skill level so you can enjoy some well-deserved sun salutation time on the mat!
Jen Berres, aka “Jenstar” has been teaching yoga for over a decade at her movement studio in Green Bay. She and her team of instructors teach a variety of classes for all skill levels. The class schedule also includes non-yoga options like barre and dance so whatever you feel like your body needs, you can find it at Jenstar Movement Studio!
Bay Area Yoga Center is another local staple when it comes to yoga. Founder Kathleen (Kat) Kelly has been teaching yoga, meditation, and movement for over 35 years, so you know you’re in good hands when you’re with her. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes are offered each week, and you can also find some outside-the-box options, like Aerial Yoga!
The Yoga Loft has two locations just north of Green Bay. Again, you are going to find a range of options on their schedule to suit your needs. Feeling like you need a boost of energy? Try their early morning “Rock 'n Flow” yoga class! Looking for more of a calming experience? Sign up for a “Gentle & Restorative” class! They also offer hot yoga at their Suamico location.
Ariana (Ari) Orozco is the founder of Unalome Studio, which is located inside the Bellin Building in Downtown Green Bay. Ari offers small group yoga classes in the studio, as well as seasonal outdoor classes (both sunrise and sunset). All of the in-studio classes are either warm or hot, so be sure to check the class descriptions to make sure you come prepared!
Flow Yoga Studio provides small- to medium-sized yoga classes. Their experienced instructors are attentive and will provide hands-on adjustments as needed to ensure you’re staying safe and practicing proper form. They also offer a free 9 a.m. class on Saturdays for Military Members and Veterans and offer a Sound Bath Experience every third Saturday at 1 p.m. This weekend they are hosting a new pop-up class - see all the information here!
Or, Try Something a Little Bit Different…
Aerial Hoop, Vertical Barre, Pole Exercise… oh my! Aerial Dance Green Bay has so many fun classes for you to try – as long as you’re willing to step outside of your comfort zone! All of their classes will help you burn calories, gain strength, improve flexibility, and play! Expand your limits and build your confidence in this supportive female-focused fitness environment.
Odyssey is Green Bay’s first climbing gym and it is a FUN place to hang out. Come play on the 47-foot tall roped climbing walls and 120 linear feet of bouldering walls with a $25 day pass that includes gear rental. Climb for an hour or push your boundaries all day if you want. Oh, and they have cold brew on tap in case you need an energy boost while you’re there!
Barre is a full-body workout that focuses on low-impact, small movements that strengthen and tone. Pure Barre offers four different group class options so you can choose what you need depending on your fitness goal, but if you’ve never tried it, start with Pure Barre Foundations. Grab a pair of grip socks and a bottle of water, and get ready to sweat it out!
If you’re one of those people who actually enjoy exercising enough to do it on your vacation, we hope you’ll try out one of these awesome studios while you’re in Green Bay. And if you need help planning the rest of your trip, download a digital version of our Destination Guide here!