Hatha, Hot, Integral, Iyengar, Kali Ray Tri Yoga, Kripalu, Kundalini, Partner Yoga, Power, Prenatal/Postnatal, Restorative, Sivananda, Viniyoga, Vinyasa Flow, Vinyasa Krama, White Lotus, Yoga For Children
Chakras, Kirtan/Music, Mantra, Meditation, Private / Individual, Retreats, Satsang, Therapeutic, Workshops, Yoga Philosophy
Voted "Best Place to Take a Yoga Class in New Orleans" 11 years running in Gambit Weekly's Reader's Poll. In 2011, Yoga Journal named New Orleans "One Of The Top 10 Fantastically-Friendly Cities For Yoga In The U.S."
Two locations! Wild Lotus Yoga-Uptown is located near Tulane and Loyola Universities and Audubon Park. Wild Lotus Yoga-Downtown is at 2372 St. Claude Avenue, on the upper second floor of the New Orleans Healing Center, a 55,000 square-foot, four-story community center devoted to healing through culture, art, music, food, ecology, yoga and the healing arts. The Healing Center is one of the most exciting and progressive recovery projects in the city. Located just minutes away from the French Quarter.
Inspiring, creative, fun classes in a peaceful, positive atmosphere. Over 70 classes per week, plus workshops, courses, retreats and music concerts.
Offerings include: beginners', gentle, restorative, roots, flow, vigorous vinyasa, therapeutic, kids', prenatal and postnatal. Other offerings include Wild Lotus Soul School interdisciplinary teacher training program, discount and donation-based community classes and neighborhood outreach. Visit website for more details.
Home base of Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band known internationally for their original kirtan music that merges mantras, rock, funk, gospel, and world grooves. Visit seanjohnsonkirtan.com to listen to their music.
From Yoga Journal: "Whether it's the chimes playing in the breeze or the kirtan chanting of studio founder Sean Johnson and his Wild Lotus Band, this studio tunes the mind and body in more ways than one. Wild Lotus offers a wide variety of classes, from flow and Power Yoga to kids' and prenatal sessions. Music, chanting, and poetry inform many of the classes. Serenity Yoga, emphasizing restorative poses for post-disaster stress relief, is extremely popular, as are the chocolates that many teachers leave behind on students' mats during Savasana."