The Atlanta Yoga Guide

There’s a yoga class for everyone, from budding acrobats to metalheads

If you want to

Let your kids in on the fun
Try Decatur Yoga & Pilates, which holds several age-based classes for kids four to 15. They’ll learn how to balance, find peace, and destress.

If you want to

Build a pyramid or fly like a bird
Try Acro yoga, a blend of acrobatics and yoga, at Atlanta Acro Yoga. Check the website for regular classes at Intown Tumbling as well as more informal get-togethers ($5), often held in a park, called “acrojams.”

If you want to

Practice without breaking the bank
Try Discounted or pay-what-you-can classes for those in a financial jam. Ember Hot Yoga in Woodstock offers five such classes a week, from Ashtanga to vinyasa.

If you want to

Tap into your spirituality
Try A class with Narinder Kaur Bazen, an expert in the Kundalini style, which uses guided breathing, meditation, postures, and chanting to balance the physical and spiritual. Catch her at Nirvana Yoga and Sacred Thread.

If you want to

Rock asanas to hard-core music
Try Metal yoga or the hip-hop “Buddha-licious” class at Tough Love Yoga. At these energetic sessions (held several times a week), you can lunge on your mat and headbang (or twerk) in your mind.

If you want to

Down a beer post-savasana
Try Sacred Thread’s Yoga on Tap, a regular series of classes held at SweetWater Brewing Company. Recharge afterward with a brewery tour and three beer tastings. —Mary Logan Bikoff