Yoga and Pilates Studios in Rome

Yoga and Pilates Studios in Rome

Looking for a way to collect yourself and unwind during your stay in Rome? The Eternal City is home to some outstanding pilates and yoga centers that are perfect for when you need to relax, stretch out, and find some inner-peace amongst the crowded and sometimes crazy city life.

Plexus Rome Pilates, Yoga, massages & Wellbeing studio


Via Arenula, 53 (Campo de’ Fiori)
Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

If those 8 cups of coffee that once got you through the day unscathed aren’t quite working anymore, it’s time to try Plexus. This revolutionary take on health and fitness takes a scientific approach, assessing clients to determine the route causes of rapid aging and then creating a highly tailored formula to target each individuals’ specific needs. The prescription may be a multitude of treatments; for example, may include a massage and meditation focused formula for those with high stress levels, or a guided relationship with their inhouse nutritionist if weight is your concern. Whatever your cocktail of needs all treatments are available under the Plexus roof and all will include the physical demanding practise of the Plexus method- think Pilates mixed with yoga and HIIT. The result is to ultimately reverse rapid aging, producing a healthier, happier, more resilient version of you.

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Outdoor Yoga Class in Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese
Everyday at 10am, 5pm

Come along to our beginners yoga class in one of Rome’s most beautiful gardens – Villa Borghese. Fiona will guide you in an hour-long Gentle Vinyasa Class, where we will link movement to breath, helping you get calm, bendy and strong. This class includes flow, balance, strength and breathing techniques. Away from the hustle & bustle of Rome’s busy streets, take a moment immersed in nature to find peace and relaxation. All levels welcome.


FREE yoga classes “ViVi il saluto al Sole” 

Villa Pamphili, near the @vivibistrot restaurant
Open: Tue-Sun, 7.00 – 8.00 pm
Until September 11th, 2022

What started as a small initiative for the community of yoga enthusiasts and newbies nine years ago became one of the most anticipated events of Roman summer. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the biggest park in the city, visitors can engage in relaxing yoga classes with qualified instructors from various yoga studios, including YogAyur. After stretching your body and calming down your mind, you can also wind down your appetite by enjoying some aperitifs and snacks at ViVi. This initiative has recently acquired Municipality of Rome sponsorship as it remains relevant for the well-being of the city residents and guests. All you need is to bring your own yoga mat! 

Centro Samila Pilates and Yoga

Via Baldassare Peruzzi, 25 (Aventino)
Open Mon-Fri 9am-1.30am; Mon – Thur 5.30pm – 8pm
Centro Samila

Perched at the bottom of the Aventine and close to the Circus Maximus, you can find what is on the surface, a pilates and yoga studio, but what is really so much more. The structure of the complex is itself beautiful and promotes relaxation: brick vaulted ceilings, spacious rooms and even a garden in the back create a calming escape from the big city. The three main focuses of the Samila Pilates & Yoga Association include pilates, yoga and gyrokinesis (a physical practice that aims its attention towards cyclical and spiraled movement). Samila Pilates & Yoga has a separate room for therapeutic treatments such as osteotherapy, acupunture, massage therapy and reflexology. Working within this section of the studio are nutritional and dietary specialists as well.


Via Servio Tullio, 20-22 (Sallustiano)
Open Mon-Fri 7am – 10pm, Sat 10am – 4:30pm

Via dei Fienaroli, 27-28 (Trastevere)
Open Mon-Fri 7am – 10pm, Sat 10am – 6pm

Via Durazzo, 24n (Prati)
Open Mon-Fri 7.30am – 9.15pm, Sat 10am – 2.30pm

With two great locations, RYOGA is the ideal place to shake off some stress after a hectic day.  If you are new to yoga, you can purchase an introduction pass that allows unlimited usage of the studio for four weeks. They offer over 50 classes per week, which include Early Rise Yoga, Hot Yoga, Mat Work and Barre Pilates that all aim to help you build strength, flexibility, and balance. Be sure to check out their full schedule of classes online for more details!


Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 184, 1st Floor
Open Mon 9.30am – 10pm; Tue 7am – 10pm; Wed 9.30am – 10pm; Thur 7am – 8.30pm; Fri 9.30am – 8.30pm; Sat-Sun 10.30am – 6.30pm

This gem of a yoga studio, located in the Centro Storico, offers Regular and Hot Vinyasa ‘Flow’ classes, with monthly meditation sessions and yoga with live music. Zem’s classes will align your body, mind, heart and soul, plus they are expat and tourist friendly with classes in English as well as in Italian. The concept at Zem is simple: ‘Be authentic’. Whether you’re a beginner, or you’re looking to continue your yoga practice in Rome, Zem’s yoga classes are healing and invigorating for people of all skill levels.

Yoga Suite

Via Flaminia, 203 (Flaminio)
Open Mon, Wed 11am-9pm,  Tue, Thurs 9:30am-9:30pm, Fri 11am-9:30pm, Sat 11am-2pm

Via Castro dei Volsci, 3 (Appia)
Open Mon, Wed 11am-9pm,  Tue, Thurs 9:30am-9:30pm, Fri 11am-9:30pm, Sat 11am-2pm

A favorite among locals, Yoss is directed by Giancarlo Yoss Miggiano, who created this yoga suite to share the infinite beauty of yoga with the world. Yoga Suite offers a variety of classes such as Vinyasa, Chair Yoga Flow, Hatha Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, and Yoga for mom and baby, so if you are traveling with your little one, and need some time to unwind together, this would be an activity you could put on your list.

Pilates Roma PPM

Via Collina, 36
Open Mon-Fri 7am-9pm, Sat 9am-1pm

The Postural Pilates Academy draws its origins from the original pilates method invented by Joseph Hubertus Pilates. Inside, they have a relaxed environment where you can train and truly devote yourself to your workout without being surrounded by loud music or a chaotic atmosphere. This is a great way to escape the hectic city for a while as you can focus on yourself and fit in a great workout too.

Easy Fit Trastevere

Viale di Trastevere, 205
Open Mon & Wed 9.30am – 10pm; Tue 7am – 10pm; Thu 7am – 8.30pm; Fri 9.30am – 8.30pm; Sat & Sun 10.30am – 6.30pm

This fitness club in the beautiful neighborhood of Trastevere offers invigorating pilates and yoga classes for beginners, as well as advanced classes for those who like to step it up a notch. With a bright and welcoming atmosphere, you’ll feel right at home as you channel your inner strength and flexibility while participating in their uplifting classes. The EasyFit Club of Trastevere is an oasis of peace and a place where you can rebalance your mind and body.

Yoga Aventino

Via delle Terme Deciane, 10
Open: hours vary, check website schedule before you visit

This newly opened studio is great place to hit the mat and take some classes such as Aerial Yoga and Hatha Yoga. Yoga Aventino’s mission is to help you access your inner wisdom and to connect with yourself. With a number of classes offered weekly, this studio’s staff will be more than happy to help you achieve your goals and watch you grow. Even if you just swing by a few times during your stay in Rome, they will be ready to help you reach a peace of mind and excel towards your goals.

Spazio Vitale Centro Yoga

Via Angelo Poliziano, 69
Open: hours vary, check website schedule before you visit

Located near the Coliseum, this studio offers both yoga and pilates classes. All lessons here are inspired from the heart and never fail to have you leaving feeling content and complete. If you are in the area and looking for some relaxation, stop by and try some Hatha yoga, an Anusara inspired class or even some meditation. Each student here is recognized for their unique quality and luminous nature and is encouraged to fully recognize their inner power.

Ma’ & Gi’ Studio

Via dell’Arco dei Banchi, 8/a
Open: hours vary, check website schedule before you visit

Mat Pilates, Total Barre, Kundalini yoga, Vinyasa flow yoga, Hatha yoga, Yoga for kids and other various Yoga workshops, this is an “exclusive retreat” in the heart of historical Roma. Ma’ & Gi’ studio is a cozy and sophisticated place that will take care of your body and mind, offering classes in English as well as in Italian. From beginners to advanced, their courses will help strengthen your well-being.

Accademia di Arti Orientali

Via Virgilio Melandri, 36
Open: Mon, Wed 9am-10:15pm, Tue, Thurs 9am-10:10pm, Fri 9am-9:30pm, Sat 10am-1pm

From Power Yoga, Yoga Ashtanga, Pilates and Barre concept, this oriental studio offers a variety of relaxing classes for people of all ages and skill levels. Stop by and take a yoga class to find your inner balance, or maybe a pilates class to work on your posture and muscle tone all the while breaking a sweat. The friendly instructors will lead you to your goals and help you find your state of optimal body and mind health.

Odaka Yoga

Via Castelnuovo di Porto, 23
Open: hours vary, check website schedule before you visit

Osaka Yoga studio is an excellent place to find your balance with classes such as Odaka Flow which uses your flow of inner spirit and the zen spirit of quieting the mind, Postural Flow which focuses on your movement and fluidity, the Gentle Flow class which is slow and smooth and helps you to collect yourself mentally, and Prenatal Yoga for all of the soon to be moms out there. If you are ever in this part of Rome and need some time to break away, consider stopping by for a class.

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  • Hello everyone! We’d like to include in your list of best places where to attend pilates classes “Lo Studio Pilates”. The structure, situated in EUR area and surrounded by the green park of the artificial lake, has a 10-year experience. With its elegant rooms, relaxing music and charming athmosfere is a perfect place where to do pilates! More info at:

  • Hello! We’d like to be included in your list of best places where to attend Yoga in Rome “Mudita Yoga Rome” is a network of yoga teachers with the objective to spread and teach Yoga.
    Mudita Yoga Roma is inspired by the teachings transmitted by Paramahansa Satyananda, founder of Bihar School of Yoga and by Paramahansa Niranjanananda Saraswati, founder and Chancellor of Bihar Yoga Bharati, University of Advanced Studies of the Science of Yoga, the first Yoga University recognised by the Indian government.
    We offers basic training courses in Roma Sud, Tuscolana, Rome Appia, for beginners and in-depth courses, weekly or twice a week.
    We also provides private lesson at your place with a certified yoga instructor.
    More information at

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