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Remember personal trainers are available to help strengthen your core and keep you on track.
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The experienced instructors at Dharma Yoga Evanston—some influenced by the teachings of yoga superstar Sri Dharma Mittra—facilitate physical challenges and spiritual awakenings during classical Hatha yoga classes and special events such as Sanskrit courses. Like evening newscasts, yoga classes last between 60 and 90 minutes and explore the benefits of deep-breathing techniques. Dharma Gentle instructors welcome beginners with a series of gentle, traditional poses that focuses the mind while working to strengthen muscles. Students can progress through Dharma I, II, III, and IV, a study that culminates in advanced moves such as headstands and backbends. The studio also hosts Anusara-inspired routines whose mindful moves melt stress and icebergs of tension.
Lisa Faremouth Weber, the founder and owner of Heaven Meets Earth, wanted her studio to be a sacred space where students could come for a regular yoga practice and leave refreshed. That's why her commitment to student health reaches beyond the classes and into the very nontoxic paint that coats the studio's walls. Heaven Meets Earth is one of Evanston's only green yoga studios, featuring sustainable bamboo floors, an eco-boutique, and paper products made out of still-living trees.
Certified instructors lead the studio's workshops, teacher-training, meditation classes. They teach students to control their breath and build strength during Sacred Vinyasa classes, and also branch out into Pilates and dance-fitness classes. Teen, child, and family classes instill a sense of peace and focus in the light-filled studio, which features a wall of inspirational quotes.
A cool day inside Tiger Dog Hot Yoga is 98 degrees. That's during one of the studio's meditative Yin yoga classes, which can help boost circulation and increase flexibility. For a more intense workout, exercisers head to a 90-minute Bikram yoga class, where they complete a series of 26 postures in a room that's heated to 105 degrees with 40% humidity. Regardless of the class or temperature, Tiger Dog Hot Yoga doesn't take reservations, meaning the first students to arrive will be the lucky ones to nab a spot. Refusing to lower the bar, the instructors are all about helping clients cultivate their minds and bodies to full potential, and see real change.
One Key Yoga is a neighborhood-nestled retreat. Noise and tension fall away as practitioners enter the intimate, sun-flooded front room, where teacups steam and fresh flowers lazily unfurl. Once pulses and minds have slowed to this new, more centered tempo, it's time to roll out a mat in the studio. All hardwood and high ceilings, it gives students all the space they need to extend their limbs—and their personal practices—into energizing new territories. There are classes available for every level, whether students are new or seasoned pose-strikers, with hatha and vinyasa styles serving as the root of most curricula.