Mission & Vision
One Yoga improves health equity in our community through access to a broad range of teachings and practices of yoga.
One Yoga breaks down social, cultural, and economic barriers to yoga. Our space is welcoming to all.
One Yoga opened its doors in July 2002. In April 2005, seeing the need to make yoga and mindfulness practices more broadly accessible, a group of instructors took the initiative to apply for 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. The application was approved in March 2007, allowing staff and teachers to implement new programming, including a community outreach program; sliding-fee rates for memberships and classes; and mission-driven classes, workshops, and series.
In December 2010, One Yoga moved from Franklin & Lyndale to its studio on W. 26th St. in Minneapolis, its home for nearly 10 years. In October 2020, after closing to in-person classes for more than half a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, One Yoga went completely virtual by ending the lease on the 26th St. location. In April 2022, One Yoga opened a new studio in the Ivy Arts Building in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis.