Achieve a sense of peace and tranquility right from the comforts of your own home with these incredible home yoga studio ideas. Yoga and meditation create a sense of calm, making our lives feel better. After a hard day of work or during stressful times, what could be more relaxing than doing yoga and gaining a sense of inner peace? You could do this from anywhere, but why not create a special place where you can add personal touches.
An in-home yoga studio is a perfect idea to retreat for some relaxation and getting in touch with your spirituality. You can make this space in a spare bedroom, an attic, basement or any nook in your home that is quiet. Try to add soothing elements to this space, using neutral elements and calming decor. Plants or even a live green wall can help to create a feeling of Zen.
For flooring, popular material selections include rubber, vinyl, cork, foam, and hardwood. You can also use this space for meditation, clearing your mind to increase your ability to focus. Try lighting a candle after your yoga workout. Focusing on the candle will help to clear your mind and ease your tensions. Namaste.
Note: Have a look below for some fabulous home yoga studio ideas with information and sources below each image. Don’t forget to let us know which one of these most inspired you and why in the Comments below!
1. A home yoga studio in New York features brick walls and a large skylight, flooding the space with natural light. A large living wall adds natural oxygen and a touch of Zen to this space. The wall features preserved moss and ferns, similar to that of a lush wall in a river canyon. (via Claire Esparros)
2. A beautiful yoga studio in a Florida home offers a feeling of tranquility with French doors opening to the backyard pool. A wall of glass and a ballet bar for additional exercises complete this beautiful space. A knitted pouf can be found from a variety of online stores, Target, Wayfair, CB2 and Amazon. Adding elegance from above is a Diallo Large Chandelier. (via South Florida Architecture)
3. Take your exercise outside with this Zen cabana for fresh air and inspiration. If you are lacking space indoors, perhaps you can create an outdoor area for your exercise and meditation. Depending on where you live, this space may be used seasonally. The drapery is made of antique sheer linen, while the floor pillows were custom fabricated. The tree is a weeping willow. (via Rozalynn Woods Interior Design)
4. In the meditation room of this Texas Hill Country home, floor-to-ceiling windows capture views towards a nearby hilltop. A grassy landscape seems to flow right into this space, providing a feeling of tranquility. (via Miró Rivera Architects)
5. A zen exercise room features full-length mirrors, yoga mats, yoga blocks, and large knit poufs. This space is ideal for both yoga and meditation. Large windows flood the space with natural light while also offering a view to the outdoors. (via Dream Finders Homes)
6. An attic has been converted into a relaxing space for yoga and meditation. A large basket stores rolled-up yoga mats. A cathedral ceiling and exposed beams offer an airy feeling to this beautiful space. Convert the attic space in a two-story garage or finish a room in your basement. (via Candelaria Design Associates)
7. Attic space has been transformed into a yoga space with a view of a local San Francisco park. Skylights punctuate the ceiling, bringing in plenty of natural light. (via Yamamar Design)
8. A beach style yoga studio offers a relaxed vibe in this New York home. On the wall, a photo of the footprints on the sand. Baskets allow for the storage of mats and blankets. (via Serenity Design)
9. Carefully placed fenestration allows light to flood this Seattle yoga studio while maintaining a sense of privacy. The skylight is by CrystaLite with a curb mount frame. The entire space features an open floor plan, roughly 16′-6″ by 53′-6″. The yoga room itself is approximately 32′-0″ long. (via SHKS Architects)
10. This light-filled yoga studio is warm and welcoming. Walls feature a custom faux finish. On the floors is a natural Hickory. The trim is a Knotty Alder stained in Espresso, while the Sierra Pacific windows are trimmed in pine. The ceiling fan is the Minka Aire – Airus Fan. (via Pinnacle Mountain Homes)
11. This is an Asian-inspired yoga studio in Calgary, Alberta. The flooring is a Wickanders Cork, in “Flocked Tea”. Walls are painted in Crystalline AF-485 | Benjamin Moore, creating a serene spa-like feeling. A ballet bar can be sourced from any place that sells handrails. On the floor, mosaic candle holders will facilitate a zen feel for meditation and relaxation. Focusing on the flame can help to clear your mind. (via ANA Interiors)
12. In Portland, an empty attic space has been transformed into a cozy yoga studio. The armchair was sourced from Sitte Modern. Overhead, a flush-mount is Thurman from Rejuvenation. Wall sconces are Mira, Cedar & Moss. (via Ashtonfordesign)
13. An attic is converted into a yoga studio in Toronto. The flooring is European Oak wide plank wire brushed by Du Chateau. (via Sisters in Sync Design)
14. A Zen movement room in Hawaii offers a place of exercise and reflection. This space has an open, clean and crisp feeling. Large windows frame views of the lush tropical landscape. (via Pu’uwai Design & Construction)
15. This incredible yoga studio features yoga mats, yoga balls, and yoga equipment overlooking a balcony. In favor of holistic interior design and minimalist sensibility, the designer considered both space and the landscape and created an invisible transition between the indoor-outdoor space. The selection of earth-toned hues, materials, and textures cultivate a unique sense of freedom and mindfulness. (via Mirabello Interiors)