Prices, Discounts, and Specials!

Type of Class Single Class 5-Class Card 10-Class Card 20-Class Card
Regular $18 $85 $160 $280
1 hour $12 $100

IYI’s 5-, 10-, 20-Class Cards Never Expire!

Unlimited Class Cards 1-Month 3-Month 1-Year
$125 $325 $1,008

  • Students, seniors 65 and older, first responders, New York City public school teachers, and people on unemployment, with verifiable proof, receive Yoga classes for $10, $8 off workshops, and $14 off courses. Discounts are available only in person.
  • Community classes are $5.

New Student Promo

3 Classes for $40*
Discounts at Integral Yoga Shop and Wellness Spa.
*In-studio purchases only

Free Yoga Class for You and a Friend on Your Birthday!

(Please bring ID with date of birth. Offer valid day of birthday only. If IYI is closed, apply offer to day before or day after your birthday.)

All Classes FREE for Veterans at Integral Yoga

Integral Yoga Institute, in celebration of our ten year partnership with Yoga for Vets NYC, will admit all veterans and service members free of charge to any of its more than 100 weekly yoga classes.

Please bring proof of service to show to reception.


Yin Yoga

Yoga Yin Yoga Classes:
Monday at 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday at 11:15 p.m.
Candlelight, Wednesday at 6:45 p.m.
Gentle, Thursday at 4:00 pm
Saturday at 11:15 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.

In our Western culture, Hatha Yoga has morphed into a very active, heating, and muscle-oriented practice. According to the Chinese understanding, that is a “yang” way to practice. Yin Yoga is a quieter, more in-drawn practice that uses steady, long-held postures that benefit your deeper, “yin,” connective tissues, such as the fascia, ligaments, tendons, joints, and bones. Though the practice is simple, it can be challenging in that in the periods of stillness we start to pay more attention to what is happening in the here and now. All levels are welcome.

Read about Yin Yoga in Vogue online: The Hardest Yoga You've Never Tried

More Ommm, Less Ouch

feature_Arthritis class "Yoga for Arthritis: More Ommm, Less Ouch", Lauren Tepper profiled Nancy O'Brien and the Yoga for Arthritis and Chronic Pain class.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 50 million Americans suffer from arthritis, and many more live with chronic pain that limits their mobility. This inflammatory joint condition is the nation's leading cause of disability according to the publication Yoga Therapy Today. The debilitating symptoms include pain, swelling, and joint stiffness—and yoga offers the promise of relief for many who suffer.

Therapeutic Yoga Instructor Nancy O'Brien and a rotating crew of specially trained teachers has taken it on as their specialty and offer a Yoga for Arthritis and Chronic Pain class on Saturdays and Wednesdays 4:15–5:45 p.m.