How to create exceptional yoga studio websites

By Hannah Moss

Yoga studio websites

Creating exceptional yoga studio websites takes time and effort. But, if you follow these guiding principles, you can elevate your yoga studio to digital heaven!

In the digital age, where tranquillity meets technology, having a memorable online presence is as essential for yoga studios as mastering the art of the warrior pose. 

Whether you're running a small-scale, quiet studio or a full-on, bustling one, your website is your virtual studio space – a serene sanctuary inviting yogis to roll out their mats and join the practice.

Let's dive into the details of crafting the perfect digital oasis for your yoga haven.

Solo teachers vs. fully-fledged studios

Before we dive into the intricate asanas of web design, let's address this fundamental distinction – the website needs of an independent yoga instructor versus those of a full yoga studio.

Picture this: a solo teacher's website is like a cosy home studio, inviting a handful of dedicated practitioners. In contrast, a yoga studio's website is a bustling community centre, hosting various classes, workshops and events.

For the independent teacher, a clean and straightforward website suffices – think class schedules, a bit about your journey and perhaps a sprinkle of testimonials. However, for the full yoga studio experience, your website transforms into a digital sanctuary, complete with class schedules, teacher bios, event calendars and an integrated booking system.

It's not just a website; it's an immersive journey into the heart of your yogic community.

Overcoming obstacles for yoga studio websites

Creating the perfect yoga studio website isn't always a walk in the Zen garden. Of course, there are obstacles, much like holding a challenging yoga pose. One significant hurdle is the balance between aesthetics and functionality. Your website needs to be visually appealing while providing an intuitive and seamless user experience.

Then comes the challenge of catering to diverse needs. Yoga studios often offer various classes – from dynamic Vinyasa flows to soothing Yin sessions. Your website must reflect this diversity, making it easy for visitors to find what resonates with their practice. It's like ensuring everyone finds their perfect spot on the mat.

Oh, and let's not forget the tech tangles. Integrating an efficient booking system, ensuring mobile responsiveness and optimising for search engines – it's a digital balancing act. But fear not, for every obstacle is an opportunity to elevate your studio's online presence.

Crafting the perfect flow: Key aspects of yoga studio websites

These are some of the key elements you need to bear in mind when creating your digital sanctuary. 

1. Clear and structured design

Think of your website as a well-organised yoga class. Each element – from class schedules to teacher profiles – should have its designated space. A clutter-free design mirrors the serenity of a well-aligned Warrior II pose.

2. Seamless user journey

Just as a yoga sequence flows seamlessly from one pose to the next, your website should guide users effortlessly. Clear navigation, intuitive menus and easily accessible information create a harmonious online journey.

3. Integrated booking system

Imagine your website as the front desk of your studio. An integrated booking system streamlines the check-in process, allowing yogis to reserve their spot with ease. This not only enhances user experience but also adds a touch of modernity to your studio's ethos. We dive a bit deeper into this topic below. 

4. Compelling calls-to-action

Much like a yoga teacher's encouraging words, your website should have compelling calls-to-action. Whether it's prompting users to book a class, sign up for a workshop or explore your blog – guide them gently but clearly towards their next step.

Booking systems for yoga studio websites

Now, let's focus on a crucial element – the online booking system. The best yoga studio websites offer a simple, seamless booking experience. Unfortunately, there's no one-size-fits-all solution, but a plethora of options catering specifically to yoga studios. Each has its unique features, which will be more or less desirable to you, depending on your studio’s particular needs. 

You’ll need to do a bit of research to find your perfect match. One way to do this is to look for other studios with similar offerings to yours, or with a similar setup, and check what booking system they’re using. You can also read through the features sections of booking systems’ websites, or sign up for a free trial, to check it’s right for you.  

Find your perfect booking match

Here are some of the things you’ll need to consider when seeking your ideal booking partner:  

  • What about private 1-to-1 classes? 
  • Do you also have therapists working for you who need to book certain rooms so their clients can book treatments online? 
  • Do you need a system that integrates with Zoom, if you offer Zoom classes?        
  • Do you offer on-demand videos and want this to be integrated into your booking system? 
  • Do you have a membership model that needs to be taken into consideration?
  • Would you like your booking system to include an app? 

Try these booking systems for size

New online booking systems for yoga studio websites are being launched all the time, so it’s worth searching online and seeing what comes up. Here are some of the booking systems we’ve used with our clients, which work really well for them: 


MindBody is one of the most popular online booking systems (and “the world’s most reputable platform” as they claim). It’s all-singing and all-dancing and probably has one of the most extensive lists of features. However, this means it can also be quite overwhelming to use, especially if you don’t actually need to use half of those features for your studio. It also comes at a price and, last time we checked, was one of the most expensive options on the market.  

Examples of our clients who use this system include: Anahata Health Clinic.    

Anahata Health Clinic


We have a few clients who use Momoyoga and it works very well for them. It’s easy to use and the class widget is customisable, so it can be seamlessly integrated into the design of the website. There’s also a built-in videos page, which is great for offering on-demand content.  

Examples of our clients who use this system include: Ravi YogaIriness Yoga & WellbeingThe Yoga Spot.

Ravi yoga teacher website
Iriness Homepage
The Yoga Spot

Acuity Scheduling

Acuity Scheduling used to be Squarespace Scheduling, but is now a platform in its own right, so you don’t need a Squarespace website to use it.  

Examples of our clients who use this system include: SPACE Yoga Studio

Space Yoga Studio Homepage

Other booking systems 

Some of our clients have also used SimplyBook and BookWhen in the past. From memory, both of these systems were fairly straightforward to set up and use. 

Examples of yoga studio websites we've built

Click or tap on an image to take a closer look
Yoga Studio Websites: Space Yoga Studio
Yoga Studio Websites: The Yoga Spot
Yoga Studio Websites: Iriness
Yoga Studio Websites: Ashtanga Yoga Luxembourg


"Although Scott Johnson's website has been through several iterations since, this video shows how we transformed his existing yoga studio website into a fully-fledged membership site when he upscaled his business. We've been working with Scott for a long time and it's great to see how his business has morphed and developed over the years."
– Hannah

Weaving the web of yoga harmony

In the vast digital landscape, your yoga studio website is more than an online presence; it's a sacred space where yogis connect, explore and deepen their practice. By understanding the nuances and overcoming design obstacles, your website becomes a reflection of your yoga philosophy.

So, as you embark on the journey of creating or revamping your yoga studio website, keep these principles in mind. Let them flow naturally, like a graceful yoga sequence. May your online presence be as harmonious as a perfectly executed Sun Salutation, inviting yogis from all corners of the digital realm to join you on the mat of mindful exploration. Namaste, and happy website crafting!

Taking the next step

If all this talk of user journeys, calls-to-action and booking systems is making you feel a bit dizzy, fear not! We’re here to help. We love helping people who help people and if you run a yoga studio, that means you! 

We have decades of experience in designing and building exceptional yoga studio websites. Check out our New Website Package and turn your yoga headache into a yoga haven!   

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