Welcome to Yoga For All Beings! We are a yoga studio located in the Ukrainian Village/West Town neighborhood of Chicago, just a quick walk from Wicker Park, on the northwest corner of Grand Ave and Hoyne Ave. We are open 7 days a week and offer a variety of class styles including vinyasa (flow), beginners (level 1), restorative yoga, yin yoga, yoga nidra and more. Find our current class schedule here. Yoga For All Beings also offers frequent workshops and is a Yoga Alliance registered school offering 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training.
Our studio boasts an open space with brick walls and tons of windows, providing wonders of natural light. We have a spacious reception area with a complimentary tea station, a comfy couch and seating for lounging and relaxing before and after class. Our large yoga room allows for space between yoga mats and is equipped with several props including blocks, bolsters, blankets, straps, and sandbags.
Yoga For All Beings offers daily group yoga classes in addition to monthly workshops and events. We also offer private yoga instruction and private TRE facilitation for which you can get in touch us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking into Yoga Teacher Training? Join us! Stay tuned for more details on our next 200 Hour Teacher Training!
At Yoga For All Beings, we offer a variety of yoga classes including:
Strong Slow Flow
Vinyasa + Meditation
Yoga Nidra on 2nd Sundays of the Month
Check out our schedule of classes here.
We also have regular workshops and trainings, typically on nights and weekends. Check out our workshops schedule here.
We have a fantastic team of experienced and passionate yoga teachers at Yoga For All Beings. When visiting our Ukrainian Village yoga studio, you will be greeted with welcoming smiles as you enter our judgment-free zone.
Things to Know When Coming to Class:
Be On Time– We lock the door at the start of our yoga classes so please be sure to be on time for class and if you’re ever running a few minutes behind, give us a call and we’ll be happy to wait the extra minute or two before starting class. Our studio phone number is 312-938-9642.
We Don’t Have a Buzzer- People often think we have a buzzer system because our neighbors do, but YFAB does not have a working buzzer. The downstairs door on Hoyne should always be unlocked at least 15 minutes prior to all class and workshop times. In the unlikely event that you arrive for a class and this door is locked, please give us a call at 312-938-9642.
We are on the Third Floor- Our studio is located atop a magnificent three-story building on Grand Ave and Hoyne Ave. Unfortunately there is no elevator, so the stairs are the only option. We like to think of this as a part of your warm up for class. 🙂
We Rent Mats & Towels for $2 each– We rent yoga mats and hand towels for $2. We also have mat cleaner for those that bring their own mats and like to spray them down afterwards. For our Monthly AutoPay Members, we offer mat storage where you can enjoy the added convenience of being able to leave your mat at the studio.
We Aren’t “Hot Yoga”- At Yoga For All Beings, we like to keep our yoga space warm on cold days and cool on hot days. Nice days definitely call for open windows… and we have plenty of them! Being on the third floor (of a 3rd floor building) means beautiful views. We get the sunrise from the lobby windows and the sunset from the studio windows.
Check out our online schedule of classes here. Read on to learn more about yoga practice and its benefits.
Keep Fit, Be Flexible
One of the goals of yoga is supreme consciousness- being at one with yourself and at one with the Universe around you. In order to achieve this state of perfect balance and inner peace, one must first quiet the mind. Hence, quieting the mind is not only another goal of the practice, but also a requirement for the practice in and of itself. Yoga is about self-realization and living life in the present moment, at the most profound level. Yoga is about opening up, diving within and experiencing a deep connection with your true self. Yoga is about feeling that interconnectedness with all things and beings. And this is no small task.
In the modern western world, the term “yoga” is typically associated with the physical practice or asana (the yoga postures). But yoga is not merely just a form of exercise. It is a way of living. A regular yoga practice promotes a balanced lifestyle. The more we practice the better we become- physically, mentally and emotionally. Here are just a few things that yoga can help with:
YOGA IS 99% PRACTICE AND 1% KNOWLEDGE
~ IF YOUR COMPASSION DOES NOT INCLUDE YOURSELF, IT IS INCOMPLETE ~
Take a Tour Around Our West Town Yoga Studio
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