Our Location


Our address is…

2501 9th Road South, Suite 95
Arlington, VA 22204

Our location is tricky as 9th Road S looks like a sidewalk and 1/2 of it is under the Penrose Square Apartments building. If you're using an older GPS to locate us, try 2501 Columbia Pike, instead of 9th Road.

If you're facing the building from Columbia Pike, we're at the far left (west) end of the Penrose Square building. Look for us next to the RedRocks restaurant.


Free street parking is available within a short walking distance. Paid parking is available in the building's garage. Be careful! There are plenty of places that will get you towed.

Where you will get towed!

  • The CVS lot in front of the studio will tow you!
  • The Fillmore Garden Apartments will tow you!

Free Street Parking

Street parking is available in unzoned areas of residential streets. Streets can become zoned without warning so keep an eye out for new signage.


Garage parking is available in Penrose Square. Entrances are on 9th Street South and 9th Road South.

The first hour of parking is free, but after that you will have to pay. We do not validate parking.

  • During the day, between 1 and 2 hours is $2
  • After 6pm, between 1 and 4 hours is $2

Public Transportation

How to get here

We're accessible by both Metro and ART buses. We recommend consulting the Google Maps public transit directions to find the best option for you.


How to get here

Consult the Bike Arlington Map or Google Maps for cycling directions and suggested routes. 

Where to lock up your bike

There are bike loops outside JOURNEYoga and in the parking garage to lock your bike. When riding, feel free to bring your helmet and any flashing or reflective safety gear into the studio for storage during class.

A word of Caution

We love to ride our bikes, but we recommend avoiding Columbia Pike as much as possible when biking to JOURNEYoga. It's nuts out there.

If you do want to bike to yoga here are some tips for avoiding Columbia Pike.

  • Approaching from the SOUTH: look into Walter Reed and then cutting across 12th street and up Barton. Approaching from the NORTH: there are many options bringing you into the back side of the building from 9th STREET South.
  • Approaching from the EAST and WEST: there are many bike routes designated in neighborhoods, helping you to avoid main driving routes.