The Yoga Studio

Nestled on the alluring sandbars of North Carolina’s Outer Banks, the Village Yoga studio meets all of your yoga needs! From beginner to advanced practices, we offer studio and private yoga classes in the serenity of your home as well as on our beautiful beaches.

Our well-trained and knowledgeable instructors teach in a nurturing and relaxing environment that meets the needs of all levels of yoga practice for both visitors and local residents alike. We offer a variety of styles of yoga including hot and warm yoga classes, 5Elements Vinyasa Flow, and very accessible basic and beginner yoga classes. If you have any questions, please refer to our classes page for detailed information about our offerings.

Located in the Waterfront Shops

Above Zen & Zip

Village Yoga is conveniently located in the Waterfront Shops at 1240 Duck Road, central to all areas between Corolla and Kill Devil Hills. We look forward to practicing with you!


Our Mission

Our mission as an Outer Banks social entrepreneurship is to make yoga available to all levels. Village Yoga’s mission is to support and lead a conscious community while maintaining a destination for health based tourism.

We believe in yoga as a powerful tool for positive growth throughout every stage of life. We value the practice of yoga within all populations. To support and progress the Outer Banks yoga community we offer an array of studio classes, training, workshops, and retreats within our yoga studio and globally. We value creativity, authenticity, and fun with a passion for sharing yoga!

Where We Donate

We value connection to our community! We regularly volunteer together and give back 1% of our profits to 3 main foundations we donate to; Surfrider Foundation – Outer Banks Chapter, Homes of Hope Orphanages – India, and The Mariah Violet Moore “What is Love?” Scholarship Foundation.

Homes of Hope Orphanage India

Homes of Hope India, a 501c3 charity, works in cooperation with Salesian, Carmelite, and Franciscan Clarist Sisters in orphanages, schools, and community empowerment centers throughout India.

Homes of Hope offers rescued girls home for life, the opportunity for a better future, and the chance to break the cycle of extreme poverty. Homes of Hope builds orphanages…and saves lives. (Home of Hope is currently building their 16th orphanage!)

  • Village Yoga has co-led retreats to the original orphanage in Kochi in 2015, 2016, and 2017.
  • If you are interested in attending a Village Yoga Retreat, click here.

Mariah Violet Moore “What is Love?” Scholarship Foundation

Recipients are chosen for their essay on “What love means to them” rather than academics. This scholarship was started in February 2019 after the loss of Mariah Moore, who was known for her generous, kind heart, and contagious smile.

Surfrider Foundation

The Surfrider Foundation is a nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves, and beaches for all people through conservation, activism, research, and education.

Founded in 1984, Surfrider’s most important coastal environmental work is carried out by many chapters located along the East, West, Gulf, Puerto Rican, and Hawaiian coasts. Surfrider now has over 30,000 members in the USA; in addition, International Surfrider chapters and affiliates have been established in the countries of Japan, Brazil, Australia, France, and Spain.

We’ve teamed up with the Surfrider Foundation Outer Banks Chapter and the Adopt-A-Beach program! Our beach is Lillian Street Beach Access, around MP 3.5 in Kitty Hawk. May through October we hold our Stretch and Sweep, a free yoga class followed by a beach clean, monthly. November through April, we meet every other month for a beach clean.

Check out our schedule here.

VY Volunteers

We are committed to volunteering quarterly in our local community! Click here to email us to learn how to volunteer with us!

Village Yoga Volunteer

Studio Etiquette + COVID-19 Updates:

Class sizes are limited and pre-registration is recommended.

Remove shoes before or upon entering the studio.

Cell phones are to be left outside of the studio, be turned on airplane mode or “do not disturb”, as well as silenced.

Be mindful of strong fragrances and scented lotion.

If you are not feeling well, please stay home.

Images by Kasey Powell Photography

Duck Village Yoga Building - The Duck Waterfront Shops