• Ashtanga

    Ashtanga yoga is a breath movement system

    Ashtanga is an ancient practice that increases health, well-being, and inner peace.  Ashtanga (Level 1-3) covers the first half of the Primary Series.  Ashtanga (Level 2-3) covers the full Primary Series. It is a faster, more rigorous class.  Ashtanga is a scientific system of postures that are linked together through the breath to calm the mind and strengthen the body. For experienced practitioners and athletic beginners. Please note: During the online virtual classes, Amy and Julie will be demonstrating poses during their classes, and Kristin will observing the students, rather than demonstrating, the poses.


  • Bhakti Vinyasa

    A heart opening practice combining Kirtan, the art of ecstatic chanting with Hatha Vinyasa Flow Yoga.

    Through this practice we experience Bhav, the nectar of devotion, and union of body, mind and soul. Deep rhythmic breathing in conjunction with movement is emphasized.The practice is accompanied by live chanting.


  • Community Yoga

    A free class open to all levels. Please arrive early and bring a mat if you can.

  • Flow and Glow Yoga

    Unwind from the work week with an athletic yoga flow that will leave you glowing, energized and de-stressed! We will flow to a fun, modern playlist. Expect creative sequencing, a faster-moving flow and plenty of stretching.

  • Gentle Yoga

    Gentle Yoga is an Excellent Option for Anyone

    Gentle yoga is a variation of Hatha Yoga. The beauty of gentle yoga is that it is appropriate for everyone, no matter your age or level of yoga experience. (It will even be good for you if you have never tried yoga before!) However, that does not mean that gentle yoga will necessarily be easy for everyone, either. The intensity in a gentle yoga class is reduced. However, the commitment and focus of a gentle yoga class can still be demanding. 


  • Hatha Yoga

    Combines the primary use of breath awareness and sensation.

    This class offers options for the experienced beginner as well as the seasoned practitioner. Through repetition of the basic poses, you will able to build more complex poses. During asana practice, several variations or options are presented to allow each student to feel challenged, physically and mentally. You are led through a sequence of poses combining yang and yin energies using a blend of asana styles.


  • LYT Yoga ®

    LYT Yoga ® combines physical therapy techniques with yoga poses to create proper alignment and body mechanics, resulting in improved posture, increased mobility, and reduced muscle pain caused by modern daily life.

  • Mysore Yoga

    Mysore is the traditional method of learning Ashtanga yoga. Rooted in traditional yoga methods, Mysore offers an all encompassing yoga practice that trains both your mind and body. What makes mysore unique from Ashtanga and other forms of yoga is that it is focused on the individual and their own abilities rather than the abilities of the class as a whole. This can make Mysore a slower process, as you are focused on mastering each pose for yourself rather than moving with the pace of the group, but that can be a freeing experience for some attendees who are looking for individual growth. 


  • Outdoor Yoga Classes

    We know that now, more than ever, practicing yoga outside is more appealing than ever. That’s one reason why Yoga Now is now offering outdoor yoga classes. Our outdoor classes meet at various locations in Chicago, including Washington Square Park, Lake Shore Park, Lincoln Park, and near Navy Pier.

    Find out more about our classes and our schedule by clicking the button below!


  • Prenatal Yoga

    This class is appropriate for women in all stages of pregnancy and focuses on relaxation and strengthening the body. No prior knowledge of yoga is needed.


  • Restorative Yoga

    A class made to create complete relaxation of the mind and body by holding passive, supported poses for an extended length, allowing for deep muscle relaxation and calmness of mind.


  • Restore and Meditate

    This Mindfulness based class will help you reset the body to settle down for a restful sleep. Join for 30 minutes of slow movement and gentle stretching followed by a 20-minute guided Mindfulness meditation and a relaxing 10-minute Savasana. Mindfulness is the movement led by John Kabat-Zinn to pay attention to the present moment rather than constantly planning or dwelling in the past. You will learn a lot about yourself, and in particular your mind, along the way! All levels are welcome.

  • Somatic Vinyasa

    Somatic Vinyasa is a yoga practice that emphasizes internal awareness and one’s relationship with one’s body.

    A somatic vinyasa class will incorporate flowing movements, conscious breathing, guided imagery, and yoga philosophy. Focus is placed on the following values and objectives:

    • Creating a time and space for embodied experiences
    • Developing self agency, curiosity, and personal decision making, within the context of an embodied movement practice
    • Cultivating positive self regard
    • Investigating movement patterns and consciously re-negotiating of those patterns, from the basis of the mover’s internal experience

    Somatic vinyasa classes will be offered through a trauma informed lens. Movers will be encouraged to adapt the practice to suit their own needs, physicality, energy levels, predispositions, and preferences. For this reason, there are no pre-requisites to take this class, although it will be helpful to have taken an introductory yoga class to be aware of common postures and their various options.

  • Vinyasa

    This flowing Hatha yoga class is open to students of all levels. Using an eclectic blend of asana styles, this flowing class gives you a new and different experience each time you practice. Come to feel, breathe, move and touch the truth in your heart!


  • Yoga and Meditation

    Start your morning by moving your body and centering your mind. This class is a 45 minute athletic yoga flow to wake up and energize the body. We will close with a 10 minute meditation and a 5 minute Savasana to help you feel grounded as you move into your day. Each week we will explore a different Meditation technique (Mindfulness, Mantra, Loving Kindness).

  • Yoga Basics

    Yoga Basics is a class for those new to yoga, but ,also, offers teachings for experienced yogi. Emphasis is placed on asana (posture), mechanics, breath and energy work. This class is sensitive to those who have bodies that may need a little TLC. It is an all size friendly class.


  • Yin Yoga

    Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine, with asanas (postures) that are held for longer periods of time than in other styles. For beginners, asanas may be held from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more. The sequences of postures are meant to stimulate the channels of the subtle body, known as meridians in Chinese medicine and as nadis in Hatha yoga.

    Yin Yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments – with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, its goals are awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.

    Yin Yoga was founded in the late 1970s by martial arts expert and yoga teacher Paulie Zink (Taoist yoga) .

  • Zen Vinyasa

    Using an eclectic blend of asana styles, this flowing class gives you a new and different experience each time you practice. The class will end with an extended savasana that includes crystal bowls and Yoga Nidra meditation. Come to feel, breathe, move and touch the truth in your heart!