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$30 for 30 Yoga Classes ($250 Value)
Vinyasa yoga combines controlled breathing exercises with carefully maintained postures, building strength and stamina during 60- to 75-minute sessions. Heated Vinyasa classes employ the same principles in a warmed studio. Pupils can partake in Pilates, cardio kickboxing, and dance classes. See class descriptions and the full class schedule.
Chicago School of Motion
Chicago School of Motion's certified instructors have come together from a variety of backgrounds—among them a choreographer, a raw-food chef, and a lawyer—to help students carve a path toward wellness and discovery of the inner self. As they lead a vigorous schedule of classes, each instructor's teaching style is shaped by their area of expertise and the studio's Eastern philosophy. Their inventive lineup of Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and hot Vinyasa yoga sessions focus on pranayama breathing techniques. The studio also hosts yoga booty ballet, Pilates and Yogalates, Butts and Gutts, and Piloxing, which is a combination of Pilates and boxing. All of In Motion Yoga's classes are limited to 25 students and are suitable for students of all levels. The instructors deftly juggle the inexperienced and expert students, refusing to leave any student behind while maintaining a class tempo that keeps advanced students engaged.
The environment is super friendly and homey so there's 0 intimidation whether you're a regular or a newbie.Nessa M., Yelp, 8/28/12
I love In Motion Yoga! The classes are fun, challenging and a great workout. Each class is different, which is so nice.Betsy T., Yelp, 2/4/13
85% of 491 customers recommend
“Joe Young is the manager and somehow got my email (I had to register my email address to sign up for classes online), and now over one year later of not going to...”
“Joe Young is the manager and somehow got my email (I had to register my email address to sign up for classes online), and now over one year later of not going to classes, he is spamming me. After asking to be removed, he sent me a nasty email. Not ok”
“too many people in one class”
“Can't wait for my next class!”