Just east of Hollywood, Larchmont Village has as a casual feel to it, the main street lively with foot traffic. Smack in the middle of the bustle sits Center for Yoga, a peaceful, homey studio steeped in history. Originally founded in 1967 by Ganga White (of White Lotus fame), Center for Yoga was the first yoga studio to open in Los Angeles. Maty Ezraty, one of the original YogaWorks founders, worked as a manager at the Center before moving on to open her own studio on Montana Ave.
Spanning two floors, this charming space has three yoga rooms including a rope wall and a giant main room with high ceilings and a life size Buddha. True to its classical yoga roots, our studio attracts many devoted longtime students from the Los Angeles area for advanced Mysore style Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow Classes. Beginners also have a wide variety of Level 1 classes to choose from, like YogaWorks signature and Iyengar.
Located on Larchmont Blvd, east of Highland, between Beverly and 3rd.
Parking is free on some local streets and two-hour metered parking is available on Larchmont.