Do you want an awesome yoga logo design for your business? Perhaps you’re just starting out and want something to put on your business cards. Or you’ve signed a lease on some studio space and need to start the branding process. Whatever type of yoga business you’re creating, we’ve got logo ideas to inspire your own design.

 

In this article – we share 130+ of the best yoga logos, plus tips on how to create your own (even on a tight budget).

 

Your logo says a LOT about your business. Humans are visual creatures and we make snap decisions based on what we see. Designing a logo may feel like a daunting process – it’s hard to know where to start. It’s crucial to get it right as you’re going to be stuck with it for a very long time. So, where do you start?

 

How To Design Your Logo

When it comes to designing a health and fitness logo, there are basically three options…

 

  1. Create your own
  2. Adapt a template
  3. Hire a graphic designer

 

Creating your own is the cheapest option – it’s totally possible to design your yoga logo for free. If you’re a creative person then you’ll probably be able to knock up some ideas quite quickly using Adobe Illustrator.

 

You could also try using a yoga logo maker like Wix. For people who aren’t quite as artistic, it’s worth playing about with different fonts and colours until you get a design you like (this was how we designed our own logo!).

 

Adapting a template can also be a cost-effective option at around $5-$20. You’ll also need to have the software and knowledge required to adapt it. The upside is that you’ll have ready-made yoga emblems (like lotus flowers) that are designed into the logo. This can make it look more professional than the DIY option.

 

Psst – Check out our other blog article on creative gym logo ideas

 

The most effective but expensive option is to hire a graphic designer. You’ll need to create a detailed brief that outlines the type of logo you’re after. If you love the Onzie or Om studio logo then be sure to tell them – it’ll help the design process to run more smoothly.

 

A good designer will charge upwards of $100 to create a custom logo but it’s totally worth investing to get the right design. They also create your yoga logo in a PNG, JPEG, and vector file so that you can use it online and in print.

 

Yoga Studio Logo Ideas

If you want to create a logo for a yoga studio, then it’ll obviously need to include your business name in it. You might also want to add an emblem or graphic element to convey more about your brand. Here are some logo designs that you can download and adapt (or just use as inspiration).

 

Logo Designs

Colourful Logos

Studio Logo Ideas

 

Class & Studio Ideas

 

Warrior Designs

 

Yoga Logos

 

Yoga Company Logos

If you’re launching a yoga company that makes mats, straps, or leggings, then you’ll need a professional logo. You’ll probably be dealing with retailers and studios so it’s crucial that your brand is on point. Here are a few ideas to get you started…

 

Yoga Company Logo Ideas

 

Lotus Yoga Logo

 

Pattern Logos

 

Yoga Emblems

 

Simple Icons

 

Logo Ideas For Yoga Classes & Retreats

If you’re running your own classes or yoga retreats, then you may want to design a specific logo for them. These can be specific to the type of class you run, such as an Ashtanga, Vinyasa, or yoga meditation logo. Or they can communicate something about your retreat such as sunshine, nutrition, or surfing. Here are some ideas…

 

SUP Logos

 

Yoga Retreat Logo Ideas

 

Spa Retreat Logo Designs

 

These logo designs should give you some ideas about how to create your own. They’ll help you identify the type of font, colours, and layout you’d like. This will ensure that the design process is fast and efficient so that you can get on with running and promoting your yoga business!

 

Psst! Looking for Creative Studio Name Ideas? ⇒ Then check out this article or download our free cheat sheet explaining how to come up with the perfect one (plus 50 name ideas you can totally steal)…


 

Yoga Logo Design Ideas Pinterest

 

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