Yoga NoHo was founded on the principle of community. We wanted to carve out a little haven in our busy town where people could gather and relate to one another. The yoga you will find here is based on sustainability. We strive to provide safe, thorough workouts that heal and strengthen. We are the opposite of trendy gym-like workouts. We stay true the roots, offering a space where the individual is respected in both their limitations and abilities.
It was from years of practicing and a strong desire that I was finally able to open the doors of YOGA NoHo in January 2013. My intention has always been to provide a safe and supportive community through the practice of yoga. I believe when we are encouraged to love ourselves and care for our bodies, we can spread a little more light to our world. We hope you will enjoy the variety of styles of yoga we offer along with our excellent wellness services.
We know it takes courage to express yourself through yoga, so we welcome you, no matter where you are in life. Allow YOGA NoHo to be the place where you can let down your guard and release expectations to be anyone other than yourself.
Our mission is to provide a welcoming, safe, and supportive community that empowers students to explore yoga, look inward, and to develop a personal journey of healing, growth, and transformation.
It never hurts to plan ahead when traveling in Los Angeles. There are several options for parking and transportation when visiting Yoga NoHo, which is located in the Muse apartment building on the corner of Vineland and Weddington. The map and list below will help you decide what is best for you. (Click anywhere on the map to zoom in.)
There is parking available in the garage attached to the building. The gate is always closed, but opens automatically when you pull up to the white line.
Location: Enter on Weddington Street. Park in spots labeled "commercial."
Capacity: There are roughly 13 spots for commerical use.
Availability: All business hours.
Most streets nearby are open to public parking- some metered and some not. We recommend parking anywhere from Vineland to Lankershim (east to west) and Chandler and Magnolia (north to south). Be sure to check for meters or signs for street cleaning.
Metro: The red line North Hollywood stop is located at Lankershim and Chandler Avenue, just a few blocks from the studio.
Bike: The Chandler Avenue Bike Path is a great scenic path that runs from Burbank to North Hollywood and ends just a block away from our studio on Chandler and Vineland. We have bike racks in front of the studio.