Flow is a yoga and health studio for every body in downtown Hood River.

Flow is committed to sharing a uniquely safe and empowering approach to yoga. Our beautiful space is also open for yoga retreats, workshops and the option to include outdoor adventure and spa pampering options.

Included in Flow’s 4500 square foot space is a boutique for active wear and yoga accessories, massage therapists, and holistic wellness center.

Flow offers a full and varied schedule of classes each week at convenient times downtown. We offer a variety of yoga classes from Nidra, Flow, to Hot Power, as well as, spin classes and group fitness. We also do private yoga classes for weddings and sports teams.

Studio Rental Rates:

Up to 2 hours: $35
Up to 4 hours: $60
Up to 6 hours: $85
Up to 8 hours: $110

Series or on-going class rates can be reduced depending on use.

Please email Stephanie at to discuss.


What is Hood River like?

Snow in the winter, wildflowers and fruit blossoms in the spring, endless outdoor adventures in the summer, and amazing hiking and mountain biking in the fall…there are endless opportunities for fun in Hood River. Outdoor enthusiasts have been flocking to Hood River for years and have brought with them an incredible culture that appreciates health, balance and joy.

Hood River is a spectacularly scenic 45-minute drive east of Portland Airport and a scenic 3-hour drive from Seattle. Hood River is a mecca for outdoor recreation. The grand Columbia River, nearby Mount Hood — the highest point in Oregon, and the Mount Hood National Forest, offer plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, skiing, and camping. The area has become a world-renowned hotbed for kiteboarding and windsurfing as local atmospherics make for near-perfect conditions. River rafting, whitewater kayaking, rock climbing and year-round skiing bring a diverse group of athletes to the area, as well.

In addition to outdoor recreation, Hood River has amazing restaurants, music and more! You can take several scenic driving loops around Mount Hood and through the orchards of the Hood River Valley. You can also hop on the Mount Hood railroad for a four-hour scenic train ride. There are many Bed & Breakfasts and renowned Oregon wineries in the area.