We’re located right in downtown Asheville.
If arriving from the West, you’ll be coming in on I-40 East.
If arriving from the South (from the airport), you’ll be taking I-26 West.
In either case, get on I-240 East towards Asheville and then take Exit 4B (Patton/Ave/ Downtown exit).
Go straight on Patton Avenue.
Go through 4 traffic lights.
At the 5th light, you’ll see First Citizens Bank on the right, where you will turn right onto Coxe Avenue.
Go through the 2nd traffic light at Hilliard Street and continue straight on Coxe Avenue to the 2nd building on the left, which is 120 Coxe. The building is a 3-story brick building with blue awnings on the bottom floor.
If arriving from the East, you’ll be coming in on I-40 West.
Take Exit 50B (Asheville Biltmore Estate Exit/25N) off I-40 West.
At the first light, veer left onto McDowell St. and drive straight over the bridge.
You’ll pass Asheville High School on the left and Mission Hospital on the right. After the short tunnel, veer right at the 2nd light onto 25N (Southside Street).
Then take your 1st left onto Coxe Avenue. 120 Coxe is 0.2 miles on the right.
As of March 1, 2017 there is no longer free parking in the 140 Coxe Avenue lot, but you can park there for an hourly fee through ParkMobile. The lot will be monitored beginning March 1, with towing enforcement beginning March 15.
As of March 1, we can offer our students free parking in the gravel lot on 16 BANKS AVENUE across from Collier Avenue and next door to Vortex Donuts. There is limited parking in this lot. Please DO NOT Park in the posted spaces. Click here for parking map.
You can still park behind the 120 Coxe Ave. building–but only in the TWO designated spaces marked with the One Center Yoga signs. There is still two-hour non-metered street parking on Coxe Avenue and the surrounding streets.
Give yourself ample time to find parking so that you can enjoy every minute of your yoga class without feeling rushed or worried.
One Center Yoga is located on the 3rd floor, Suite 3B and the entrance is located in the back of the building. You can take the stairs or the elevator.
A number of One Center Yoga students offer affordable accommodations in their homes to out-of-town students who are attending weekend yoga workshops in Asheville. Click here for more information.