Yoga in Chicago

Up to 70% Off at Tejas Yoga

Tejas Yoga

South Loop

$130 $39

(49)

Classes for yogis of all levels, including gentle yoga with its focus on breathwork, and vigorous yoga with more challenging sequences

51% Off at Meditate Yoga and Meditation Center

Meditate Yoga and Meditation Center

North Center

$99 $49

Yoga & meditation classes promote body awareness, balance & consciousness of mind, helping participants achieve a feeling of inner peace

Classes at Creative Motion Chicago

Creative Motion Chicago

Creative Motion Chicago

$90 $29

Creative fitness classes for all levels, including core Vinyasa, yoga basics, Vinyasa Glow, dance, pilates, and bootcamp

80% Off Bikram Yoga Classes

Bikram Yoga River North

Bikram Yoga River North

$240 $49

(96)

In a sprawling studio heated between 105 and 110 degrees, instructors teach students of all experience levels the 26 Bikram yoga poses

Up to 69% Off at Yoga Loft Chicago

Yoga Loft Chicago

Near North Side

$160 $49

Instructors guide students through classes such as power-flow Vinyasa, power basics, yoga sculpt, or boot camp

Up to 64% Off Yoga Classes

P.S. Yoga

Galewood

$95 $35

(4)

A peaceful, nature-themed studio hosts Ashtanga and Hatha yoga classes that ease beginners into practice with a slow, progressive approach

74% Off Classes at Chicago School of Yoga

Chicago School of Yoga

Lincoln Park

$149 $39

(39)

Huge training academy bends bodies with more than 30 kinds of yoga classes, hosts yoga conventions, and runs teacher training programs

Up to 80% Off Classes at Nature Yoga

Nature Yoga

Wicker Park

$140 $29

(62)

Highly trained instructors lead Vinyasa, Hatha, and power yoga classes

Up to 70% Off Yoga Classes

Sat Nam Yoga Chicago

West Loop - University Village - Little Italy

$70 $29

(11)

Eight different disciplines of yoga, including Kundalini and meditation, taught in a soothing studio with sensory garden.

Up to 66% Off Yoga and Fitness Classes

Bend Yoga & Movement Studio

1819 W Grand, Suite 201

$130 $49

Seasoned instructors lead a variety of classes ranging from restorative yoga to Zumba to power Pilates

68% Off Yoga Classes at Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center

Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center

Edgewater

$120 $39

(15)

Non-profit studio in business since 1972 teaches classes that blends yogic philosophy with breathing, guided relaxation, and asanas

Up to 60% Off Classes at Spirit Rising Yoga

Spirit Rising Yoga

Lakeview

$72 $29

(5)

Instructors strive to build meaningful connections between students in Kundalini yoga classes

Up to 65% Off at Moksha Yoga Center

Moksha Yoga Center

Multiple Locations

$150 $55

Studio welcomes students of all stripes into Hatha, Vinyasa, and AcroYoga classes

Up to 53% Off Outdoor Holistic Fitness Classes

Roots of Integrity

Central Chicago

$15 $7

Holistic health instructor leads groups through Yoga and Pilates inspired workouts held outdoors in Grant Park

50% Off Opening Day of Yoga Rocks the Park

Yoga Rocks the Park

Northside College Preparatory High School

$30 $15

75-minute group yoga classes combine postures with music and the great outdoors

Up to 72% Off at Bikram Yoga Andersonville

Bikram Yoga Andersonville

Edgewater

$140 $39

Students increase their strength and flexibility as they sweat through 26 asanas in a heated room during 90-minute Bikram yoga classes

Up to Off 80% Yoga Classes

Yoga For All Beings

West Town

$140 $29

A large studio space accommodates up to 70 students per class for a combination of vinyasa flow, balance postures, and meditation

75% Off at Sun and Moon Beach Yoga

Sun and Moon Beach Yoga

Lincoln Park

$120 $30

Instructors lead students of all levels through Vinyasa-style classes and breathing techniques on scenic shores of North Avenue Beach

Up to 75% Off Beach Yoga Sessions

Encompass Yoga

Montrose Beach

$110 $35

Yoga sessions on Montrose Beach help tone limbs and torsos, increase flexibility, and relax practitioners

Select Local Merchants

Whether in the sun of the lakefront or in a family home, the staff of KbFitness Solutions, Inc helps people fit a fitness regimen into their busy lives. Instructors travel to sunny public spots, office buildings, and living rooms throughout the area to lead exercise and yoga routines that tone muscles and get bodies on a path toward wellness. Beyond exercise, the company's dieticians draft meal plans that strive for optimal health while still keeping the client’s schedule and dietary restrictions in mind. Licensed massage therapists can come to homes to do away with knots and discomfort through focused, customized strokes. While private sessions play a part of their day, instructors also foster community by hosting a number of classes at publicly accessible locations, from sandy beaches during the day to the craters of the moon at night.

446 N Wells St
Chicago,
IL
US

Inside a 2,000-square-foot room heated between 105 and 110 degrees, people twist their bodies into the 26 poses of Bikram yoga. Bikram Yoga River North's studio space is certainly necessary: it needs to accommodate yoga students of all experience levels all at once.

Though everyone performs the poses together, instructors—who were directly trained and certified by the yoga style's founder—help participants modify the poses to their ability. Each posture works a specific part of the body, and the heat encourages flexibility and prompts sweating, which can expel toxins.

Whether before or after class, all students are welcome to use the studio's complete changing room and private shower facilities, which are part of Bikram Yoga River North's other 4,000 square feet, along with a large lobby.

219 W Chicago Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

At over 100 locations throughout the country, CorePower Yoga (CPY) invites students to creative classes that meld movement, breath, heat, and music into entrancing routines to energize the body and mind. Signature CPY classes are taught by approachable certified yoga instructors who lead students through dynamic, Vinyasa-style flows with demonstration and verbal cues, helping pupils of all experience levels tone core muscles and cultivate balance. CPY also offers teacher training and lifestyle programs to empower students to become yoga instructors or to just advance their individual practice. During construction of all its new studios, CPY strives to use recycled content, install eco-friendly and efficient mechanical systems, and ensure that any waste created doesn't end up in landfills or just piled in Mr. Henderson's garage.

945 W George St
Chicago,
IL
US

Founder Gulia Huertas first tried yoga while looking for way to maintain physical health as she recovered from a series of back injuries. What she discovered instead was a prolonged passion for the mind-body practice and its spiritual benefits, inspiring her to open her own studio and share its therapeutic effects with others. Catering largely to beginners, P.S. Yoga's hatha classes ease students into the practice using safe, slow-moving poses and a progressive approach, while Ashtanga-yoga instructors demonstrate a style that combines deep breathing with spine-straightening postures for both novice and intermediate-level students. Inside the studio, a large mural of a butterfly paints a peaceful backdrop for all classes, while serving as inspiration to stiff-necked caterpillars.

7169 W Grand Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

Nature Yoga inhabits a brightly lit space with warm, sun-soaked expanses of hardwood floors, high ceilings, and a schedule of classes designed to attune the mind and body. Patrons study under a cadre of skilled instructors who have trained all across the country. The studio's catalog of yoga styles launches smooth, sweeping motions in a variety of modalities, including Vinyasa and Hatha, and introductory sessions ease in inflexible rookies and freshly thawed time travelers. Students filtering out of a teacher-training program chatter about opportunities as instructors as they stroll past events with live DJs and guest speakers.

2021 W Division St.
Chicago,
IL
US

Margo Kellison developed a passion for yoga after just one class. Previously a marathon runner, Kellison—now a certified yoga instructor at Vessel Yoga—originally tried the sport as a way to ease knee problems, and instead adopted it as her new vocation. After studying under celebrated yogis such as Baron Baptiste, Seane Corn, and Yogi Bear, then collaborating with Nike designers to create yoga products, Kellison settled down in Chicago to open Vessel Yoga. Today, with more than a decade's worth of experience under her spandex waistband, Kellison makes it her mission to mint new yogis through five different class sizes grounded in the Vinyasa tradition. Classes take place in a naturally lit studio with hardwood floors, exposed-brick walls, and wooden beams.

112 N May St
Chicago,
IL
US

Chicago Scene