How to Soundproof a Yoga Studio

How to Soundproof a Yoga Studio
December 01, 2023

Yoga fosters a connection between the body, mind and spirit. Not surprisingly, it’s best practiced in a calm environment. Yoga studios often try to create intimate settings with little to no distractions to ensure the best experience for participants, but it’s not easily attainable in some cases.

So, how do you achieve a serene environment when you have noises coming from all directions? The answer is simple — soundproofing. Below, we’ll explore different ways of soundproofing a yoga studio and why it’s essential for your space.

Why Soundproof a Yoga Studio?

Yoga studios can be located almost anywhere, from strip malls to business parks. These areas are excellent for attracting new students but can also be affected by the noise from neighboring businesses or roads. Soundproofing a yoga studio can help in the following ways:

  • Keep the noises out: Whether it is people talking outside or traffic from the nearby road, soundproofing reduces the amount of unwanted noise that enters your space and eliminates distractions.
  • Improve sound quality: Soundproofing can help make the space more effective for communication. Your voice can travel easily throughout the room as you give instructions during a class. If you’re using music to create a soothing atmosphere, soundproofing can enhance the quality, reduce echo or reverb, and ensure a crisp and clear sound.
  • Promote better concentration: When you do away with noisy distractions, students can concentrate better during class and have a positive experience overall.

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How to Make a Yoga Studio Soundproof

You can use various methods and products for soundproofing a yoga studio. Consider incorporating a number of these soundproofing solutions, depending on your space — and your aesthetic preferences.

Art Acoustic Panels for Walls

Art acoustic panels allow you to add stylish soundproofing to your space that also serves as decor. Made with sound absorption and deadening materials, these panels are excellent for blocking noise in the easiest way. All you have to do is hang them in your studio.

With Soundproof Cow’s custom art acoustic panels, you can select an option with your preferred size and a print that complements the rest of your studio.

Hanging Acoustic Baffles for Ceilings

These products are great for reducing echo and reverb within a room, which can be useful when instructing a yoga class in a large, open studio. The foam material absorbs noise in the space, resulting in clear and quality sounds.

At Soundproof Cow, we offer several hanging baffles that come in different sizes, including options from Udderly Quiet™ and  Echo Absorber ™.

Flooring Underlayment for Floors

Flooring underlayment reduces noise transfer and minimizes vibrations. The underlayment absorbs noise from footsteps and other forms of impact with the surface, making it ideal for studios that experience echoes. It’s also a great option for studios situated on the second or third floor. Soundproof Cow flooring underlayments can be installed easily under various types of floors, from hardwood to tiles. Underlayments even help make your studio floor warmer and more comfortable.

Door Sweeps and Seals for Doors

Sound can travel through the air, and if your doors have air gaps, noise from the outside can enter your space. Sweeps and seals close those gaps and prevent sounds from seeping into your studio. At Soundproof Cow, we have a range of Quiet Door™ soundproofing kits for doors, as well as sweeps and seals for you to choose from.

Ready to Soundproof Your Yoga Studio?

Soundproofing a yoga studio creates a calmer environment, resulting in a positive experience for everyone. Try our soundproofing ideas and shop for materials at Soundproof Cow, or request a free acoustic analysis today.

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About Kellen Beaver

Soundproof Cow Representative Kellen

Kellen has been a member of the sales team for over a decade. Prior to delving into the soundproofing realm, he was a jack of all trades in the service industry, working both front and back of the house jobs to various degrees. This diversity in experience makes it easy to relate to the needs of a large customer base. He understands noisy environments as well as the importance of aesthetics in a space. Adding something that doesn’t fit the look can be intrusive, so knowing that acoustical needs must fit the interior design is something he’s become very well-versed in. Most of this planning comes from working with both the owner/operators as well as their design team and architects. He has been able to adapt his knowledge in the restaurant industry into projects involving schools, office buildings and large medical facilities when the situation calls for it.

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