Try Classic New England Popovers at Popover King
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City dwellers looking for an incredible yoga experience should drop in for a class at YogaWorks Back Bay. This Boylston Street studio is a phenomenal place to start or deepen your yoga practice.
At this YogaWorks location, classes are held in several tranquil and inviting rooms, all of which make great usage of large windows and natural light. They are the ideal stages for the many different kinds of yoga programs offered here. From the gentle and comforting Slow Flow, to the invigorating and fun Hip Hop Yoga, these classes don’t fit neatly into any one category. Check out the Black Light Yoga class, which combines a Vinyasa flow with tribal house music and — what else? — black lights to create an experience that few other yoga studios offer. Class prices start at $18 per drop-in, though there are occasional $5 classes offered. With amenities like showers and a boutique available on top of all of this, is there a better spot for yoga in Back Bay?