Temple Road is a beautiful yoga studio located in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas.  Our doors opened on June 1, 2012, with the sole purpose of providing a safe space for transformation through yoga and community. We awaken to our highest potential only through relationship.


Temple Road Yoga offers private yoga therapy sessions, Yin Yoga, Temple Road Yoga, and Madhya Yin Yoga. View class descriptions here. We also host “Lotus Rising” Yoga & Group Therapy for Women. This special class for women with a history of trauma combines yoga and traditional “group” talk therapy. Temple Road Yoga is proud to be a registered yoga school with Yoga Alliance. Learn more about our 200hr training program. We offer a variety of workshops throughout the year for those who are interested in deepening their yoga knowledge and practice.


We are located on the west side of Fort Worth on 820N and White Settlement Road off of Expedition Drive across from The Home Depot.



  • No pre-registration is required, just drop in a few minutes early so we can get to know you.
  • All classes begin and end promptly. The door is locked once class begins, so please be on time.
  • Be prepared to practice barefoot with loose/stretchy comfortable clothes, for all classes.  Avoid clothing with zippers and buttons.
  • We have a few mats you can borrow until you get your own.  Using your own mat is highly recommended.
  • For your comfort do not eat a large meal two hours prior to a class. Bring your own water bottle.  We do have a water dispenser.
  • Please do not wear heavy cologne or perfumes.
  • If you have an injury or any other serious health condition, please let your teacher know before class begins.
  • Remember to have fun and enjoy the journey!


“Temple Road came to me in a dream years ago. A dream that was so powerful, it insisted on being seen in detail and vibrant colors. I had little choice but to question its meaning. I offer you the dream which created the vision that became Temple Road Yoga.


As I step onto the cool dirt road, I can feel the damp red clay work its way between my toes and I begin to walk. The air feels like springtime, with the sun shining bright at one o’clock.


Gazing up at the glistening sun and clear blue sky, I feel a deep peace come over me. My eyes follow the sun, leading me to a breathtaking sight. In the distance and down a hill, there are countless temples, lining the right side of the road. I feel an overwhelming sense of reverence and I stand for a moment in the shade of these massive structures, feeling their presence. The architecture is magnificent with every detail mindfully etched and adorned with colorful gems, and glistening stones. The temples feel old, really old. I walk toward a temple that looks familiar to me. It’s a grayish white cathedral with a steeple that stretches high into the open sky. I sense countless prayers and messages from past generations contained within these walls.

Stepping closer, unexpected darkness begins to envelop me and despair takes root in the pit of my belly. I am compelled to move forward. Gathering my courage, I push open the large wooden doors. The moment I step over the threshold and look inside, my heart begins to ache. Everything inside is in complete disarray; everywhere my eyes look, there are remnants of things that have been broken, unkempt, abandoned. This beautiful house of God has been violated and pillaged. I see broken chalices, stained glass windows, overturned pews and dust floating in the thick musky air. My presence disturbs a couple of birds and they fly up to perch on the landing of a broken window. One of the birds peers down at me as if to ask, ‘Do you know why you are here?’ The sadness overtakes me and I begin weeping. As the sorrow rises from my belly, I can’t contain it and my body begins to heave as though I am giving birth. Shaken by the experience, I wake up, feel the tears on my cheeks and take a deep breath. At that moment, I know I have caught a glimpse of something magnificent.


A glimpse into what would become the reason for this space….Temple Road Yoga. To offer those who choose, an opportunity to step over the threshold of their own temple and embrace the grace of God that is able to enlighten every soul.


Temple Road Yoga is meant to encourage, and support, while offering a safe place for prayer, yoga, and meditation. Our temples may look different on the outside, but inside, we are all the same… sacred and loved. The practice is to remember who we are.”


-Angel Brownlee, Founder & Lead Yoga Therapist, Temple Road Yoga