Intro Newcomer Special

3 classes for $23, 1 month to use it!
Come see all that we have to offer with no commitment.

$119 Monthly Unlimited
Practice 3 times a week and that's less than $10 a class!
Unlimited classes. No commitment.

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The first ever Vinyasa yoga studio in Williamsburg. Open since January, 2000.

Yoga is famous for increasing physical strength and flexibility, as well alleviating stress and other negative emotions. At Go Yoga, we think this is a great start, but there’s much more to the story. We view yoga as being part of an entire life-system that is intended to help you maximize your full potential and enjoyment as a human being…
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Ashtanga Yoga at Go Yoga
with Augustine Kim

MYTH: Ashtanga Yoga is really challenging, and is for advanced practitioners only.
FACT: In our Mysore-style Ashtanga class, you'll work one-on-one with a teacher to create a practice that's just right for you, you body, and your breath. The practice starts with the basics, and advances incrementally only as you are ready to. And we welcome beginners.
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Coming Up

  • The Mindfulness Sessions New Year’s Eve The Mindfulness Sessions New Year’s Eve
    The Mindfulness Sessions NYE Letting Go and Setting Aspirations December 31st | 7 – 8:30pm An open and informal space for infusing your New Year’s experience with intention and meaning. Ralph De La Rosa will lead a guided meditation followed by an interactive contemplation on what’d we’d […]...
  • A Clear Headed New Year’s Eve A Clear Headed New Year’s Eve
    A Clear Headed New Year’s Eve with Josh Korda Get the next year off to a healthy start with Dharma Punx NYC at Go Yoga. Join at 9pm, 10pm, or 11pm. Each hour will have 40 minute meditations & 20 minutes to chat or relax, during which […]...
  • New Year”s Day Workshop with Lilia New Year”s Day Workshop with Lilia
      What to take up and what to give up! With Lilia Mead Thursday, January 1st, 2015 1-3pm $25 pre-reg & $30 day of Register here “Because suffering is impermanent, that is why we can transform it. Because happiness is impermanent, that is why we have to […]...