1740 West Wise Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60193 | (630) 523-1412

1740 W. Wise Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

(630) 523-1412

Yoga Classes

Yin / Restorative

Difficulty: Beginner

Are you one of those people who ask, ‘I’m very inflexible/I’m clumsy will yoga be hard for me?’ The answer is absolutely not! Well, ss long as you take Yin/Restorative! Stretches in this class will only challenge you, never ‘hurt.’ This is the best form of yoga for beginners, athletes who already have an intense workout regime, and people who are simply lazy. This form of yoga is literally for everyone! In this practice we simply stretch and restore. Usual stretches that are only held for 30 seconds to 1 minute only stretch our surface muscles. In Yin/Restorative we hold each gentle stretch for 3-5 minutes, just long enough for this stretch to reach our connective tissue.


Difficulty: Beginner

This practice holds each pose for multiple breaths while increasing flexibility, balance and ease of mind.


Difficulty: Intermediate

This class is intermediate, although if a beginner has a background in dance or gymnastics they will be able to keep up! This form of yoga changes each pose with each breath, in order to increase flexibility, balance, and strength.

Yoga Sculpt

Difficulty: Advanced

When muscle meets yoga. Yoga Sculpt is born. Yoga Sculpt is a dynamic yoga practice that incorporates interval training into traditional yoga sequences. The class is designed to target and tone all major muscle groups. Boost metabolism and build lean muscle mass as you move to upbeat tracks through a Vinyasa style class that will help build strength.

Kids Yoga

This form of yoga is great for all ages! Experts say yoga is most beneficial for kids since their minds and bodies are still developing. They too will benefit from a practice that eases their stress and anxiety while improving their strength, flexibility, and balance. In addition, this practice will teach them the importance of ‘quiet time’, community, develop concentration and focus. Yoga will teach them to not worry about the progress of others because the only progress that matters is their own. Parents who take their kids to yoga report, better behavior in class, better grades, improved athletic performance, and most importantly they see more confidence.