Yoga in Casablanca

Casablanca is the country’s commercial heartbeat and home to the biggest yoga scene in Morocco. Sometimes overlooked by visitors, the city has much to offer from world class restaurants to beaches and markets.

Your Yoga Guide for Casablanca

If you’re looking for Yoga in Casablanca you can find here some of Morocco’s best yoga studios, classes and retreats here. Established by the Berbers in the 12th century, it has become the largest port in North Africa and a centre for trade and commerce. A burgeoning yoga scene in Casablanca caters for the city’s busy professionals and retirees alike. It has also become a destination for overseas visitors looking for yoga retreats that still occupy a space off the main tourist trail, for now at least.

Yoga practice is often complemented by other lifestyle choices, such as a healthy diet and various sporting activities. In addition to a mouth-watering selection of upmarket restaurants and authentic street food, Casablanca also increasingly caters for the organic and health food community. The city’s two long beaches at Meryem and Ain Diab have a number of surf schools and excellent conditions for newbies and experienced surfers alike.

Yoga Retreats in Casablanca

4 Days Be Free Yoga Retreat
Morocco, Casablanca


4 Days/ 3 Nights
7 Days Cooking and Yoga retreat
Morocco, Casablanca


7 days/ 6 Nights
4 Days Cooking & Yoga retreat
Morocco, Casablanca


4 Days/3 Nights
8 Days Rejuvenate Yoga retreat
Morocco, Casablanca


7 Days Yoga and Detox Retreat
Morocco, Casablanca


All year round
4 Days Yoga and Detox retreat
Morocco, Casablanca


All year round
7 Days Be Free Yoga retreat
Morocco, Casablanca


All year round

Yoga Classes in Casablanca

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That is why you should do Yoga in Casablanca:

  • A choice of various studios and retreats
  • A range of restaurants and health food shops
  • Surfing and beaches

Check out these Yoga Studios in Casablanca

With three fully equipped yoga shalas a pool and accommodation for guests, OM Yoga is the first choice for many visitors looking for yoga classes and retreats in Casablanca.

Yogablanca is a space dedicated to yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates. With one main yoga shala it is located in the heart of Quartier Gauthier in central Casablanca.

Opened in 2010, Shanti Yoga Space has two yoga shalas situated on the ground floor of a residence away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Yoga styles and classes in Casablanca

One of only two places in the whole of Africa to offer regular Bikram classes, Om Yoga Studio provides classes that span the spectrum of yoga styles. This includes, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yin, Hatha, Power Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Pilates and specialised classes for women.

The increasing demand for yoga classes aimed at women having children has been recognised by Yogablanca who offer prenatal yoga, a style specially adapted for pregnant women. Another style practiced at Yogablanca is Kundalini, also known as ‘Yoga of Consciousness’. It aims to increase vitality, strength, concentration and, ultimately, a higher level of consciousness.

Shanti Space has a range of yoga styles such as, Hatha, Vinyasa and Ashtanga. There has also been the recent introduction of a specialised class for older practitioners. With a focus on combating loss of strength in old age, Senior Yoga can help reduce aches and pains and increase energy levels.

What you should know about Yoga retreats in Casablanca

Casablanca is fast becoming an international city with overseas workers and visitors drawn to the many attractions it has to offer. Casablanca’s yoga retreat venues can offer guests everything from short intensive breaks to combination packages where guests can cook, surf and do yoga all within Casablanca.

What Yogis should know about Casablanca

Casablanca is still often associated with the 1950s movie that it shares a name with. However, it bears little resemblance to the exploits of Humphrey Bogart that were portrayed on film.

The city has a distinctly European feel, with wide boulevards, beach clubs and architecture that came as a direct result of French governance during the early 20th century. The city’s rapid expansion has lead to increasing gulf in the fortunes of its residents, but increasing tourism may well bring some of the benefits that its counterparts of Marrakesh and Fez have enjoyed.