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We are pleased to announce that all 3 of our Brooklyn yoga studios are available for weekday usage between scheduled classes for $30 per hour, minimum 2 hours. Rate is for rehearsals and activities that do not generate income.

Income generating activities that may or may not align with our offerings may use space under a separate arrangement.

Saturday nights are available for rental at all locations from 6p-Midnight. Rate varies according to usage.

Contact guru@goodyoga.com for inquiries.

Click on any image below to learn more about each space.

goodwyck

36 Wyckoff Avenue, 11237

Our spacious studio in Bushwick is just steps away from the L subway line at the Jefferson Street stop. This bustling neighborhood is changing every day with more shops, restaurants and venues than we can possibly keep up with.

goodpoint

114 Greenpoint Avenue, 11222

Our studio in Greenpoint is located on a historic block next to a Nordic cafe and doctors offices. We’re on a first name basis with our students in this neighborhood we call home – goodyoga was born in a warehouse a few blocks away.

goodhart

678 Hart Street, 11221

Daily Mysore and a shower in our Bushwick Annex at the Central M. A more intimate experience awaits with specialized classes designed to challenge and reward all students.Do ANYTHING better with a regular Goodyoga practice.


goodwyck

Goodwyck, our 2nd yoga studio is blessed with a great location — literally on top of the Jefferson Street L stop. The space is a study in minimalism and doubles as an excellent event space for performance, art exhibitions and screenings.

Studio Highlights

  • 900 sqft 
  • Entrance vestibule with couch and benches 
  • Cork floors (no shoes allowed) 
  • Freshly painted walls 
  • Large bathroom 
  • Gallery track lights with dimmer 
  • Large skylights that open up (weather permitting) 
  • Central heat/AC and 2 ceiling fans 
  • Sits on Jefferson Street L stop 
  • Vibrant neighborhood with great restaurants, bars & shops

    SEE YOU ON THE MAT, OR OFF …

     

    goodpoint

    Greenpoint is where our original yoga studio was founded in 2009. In 2013 we moved to new digs on Greenpoint Avenue in a historic district. Apart from a shiny, new storefront and 900 square feet of white oak flooring, goodpoint also has a garden patio and full basement with changing rooms & lounge.

    studio highlights

    • 900 sqft 
    • Hardwood Floors 
    • Freshly painted walls 
    • Large bathroom 
    • Fully finished basement 
    • 350 sqft Patio with seasonal garden 
    • Storefront with excellent foot traffic 
    • Radiant heat and in window AC 
    • Half block from Greenpoint Ave G stop 
    • Historic building with residential neighbors upstairs and cafe next door 
    • Vibrant neighborhood with great restaurants, bars & shops

    YOGA IN THE FRONT. PARTY IN THE BACK.

     

    goodhart

    Our newest location is a labor of love. We needed a space that could house both our Teacher Training program and growing Mysore Ashtanga community. We decided to renovate a space previously used as an artists studio. A month later, the dust settled and we opened the doors to goodhart, which now offers regular flow classes daily in addition to Ashtanga.

    studio highlights

    • 650 sq ft 
    • Yamaha Klavinova Electric Piano 
    • Drum Kit 
    • Refinished hardwood floors 
    • Freshly painted walls 
    • Renovated bathroom with shower 
    • Couch for lounging 
    • High ceilings and dimming lights 
    • Large windows with western exposure - lots of natural light 
    • Radiant heat and in window AC 
    • Half block away from Central Ave JMZ subway line & 4 blocks to Dekalb Ave L 
    • Vibrant neighborhood with great restaurants, bars & shops 
    • Other building tenants are artists and musicians
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    HOME IS WHERE THE HART IS.

     
    Classes are challenging and very breathing-focused. Space is large and air is well-circulated. Mood is relaxed and go-at-your-own-pace. Best yoga studio ever!
    — P.K. July 21, 2016