The Chicago Yoga Center since 1984

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Teaching Chicago Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga
& Yin Yoga since 1984

3047 N LINCOLN AVE UNIT 320 / CHICAGO IL 60657-4274
Phone (773) 327-3650
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ZOOM ONLINE CLASSES, with Suddha Weixler

A healthy body makes a healthy mind.

    We support and serve our community. Yoga can promote “union” of the body, mind and the innermost self.

If you have an existing class package, credit will be applied to your series.

For online classes you can download the app free, from

How do I register for a class?

  1. Please send an email to
  2. You will receive an email invitation with a link that is specific to the class.

Set up your device, yoga mat, props in an open space, and click the link to join class.

Current Schedule until June 20, 2020.

Monday and Thursday, 4:00-5:00PM CT:
Restorative Asana, Breathing, Bandha, Mudra, a subtler practice:
This class focuses on the sensory & nervous systems, the endocrine, lymphatic, and respiratory systems. Empty stomach: 8ft, 10ft yoga strap, (or alternative), bolster, a yoga block. Real yoga is breathing based.

Wednesday and Saturday, 9:00-10:00AM CT:
Asana & Slow Vinyasa, Breathing, Sitting, a mindful practice:
Focus on the skeletal, muscular & lymphatic systems, digestive, nervous & respiratory systems. (Gentle) cardiovascular. Meeting the mind through the avenues of the body.

Please email me the day before. New students welcome! You may join at any time. If you have any physical problems, illness or past injuries, please inform before class begins. 

Thanks, Suddha  

Beginners Welcome! Students may join at any time.

20th ANNIVERSARYYoga is one of the world's most ancient and refined systems developed for the improvement of physical and mental health. Body, breath and mind must take an active part in the practice to create a deep integrated effect on the whole psycho-physical structure.
Proper breathing and breath awareness exercises help one to become conscious of the process of breathing and to utilize and improve the capacity of the lungs. Physical and mental relaxation is just as important as exercise. Deep yogic relaxation has a rejuvenation effect. When one is not disturbed by tension, emotions and sense impulses, the healing power of the body itself can work incredible improvements on one's health.

Upcoming Workshops

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First Monday evenings Mindful Yoga and
Body Movement Group
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6 - 7:30 pm
Suddha Weixler

Hatha Yoga - Theory and Practice
RYT 200-Hour Teacher Training

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March 14 -
May 30
Paulie Zink

The Yin Yoga Experience

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4 - 5
Paulie Zink

Yin Yoga Teacher Training Certification
100-Hour Course

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April 4 - 10
Session ONE
Oct 17 - 23
Session TWO
Manju Pattabhi Jois

Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training

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1 - 5

Manju Pattabhi Jois

Ashtanga Yoga as a Therapeutic
& Life Long Journey

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6 - 7

Heidi Ellison Childress

3-hour YIN Yoga Class
with 15 minute sitting practice

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June 13
Suddha Weixler
Yoga in Italy
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20 - 27
Paulie Zink

Yin Yoga Student Intensive

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18 - 19
Paulie Zink

Yin Yoga Teacher Training Certification
50-Hour Course/Session THREE

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18 - 24
Sri Srivatsa Ramaswami
Brahma Sutras
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Sept 18 - 20
Paulie Zink

Yin and Yang Yoga
Returning to the Source of Being

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17 - 18
Paulie Zink

Yin Yoga Teacher Training Certification
100-Hour Course - Session 2

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17 - 23

**All workshops are located at the Chicago Yoga Center

unless otherwise noted.**

Laying Asana
The Chicago Yoga Center is committed to present a variety of the main Yoga traditions. We have been offering classes since 1984. What typifies the Chicago Yoga Center's approach is the integration of the classical Hatha tradition, with branches of Vinyasa, Yin, and K. Pattabhi Jois' Ashtanga Yoga. We respect each of their potential to promote the "union" of the body, mind and the innermost self. Our students have the advantage of experiencing these different styles, from a delightful Restorative, to a centering Hatha class or a flowing Vinyasa session to the most dynamic and challenging Ashtanga practice. We also encourage our students to attend classes with different instructors to select a class of their own choice and level.

"In the living body, breath is like the fly-wheel of an engine. And the nerve-currents, the thoughts, the desires and mind are like the finer parts of the machinery. When the fly-wheel moves, the whole machinery with all its delicate mechanism moves. When the fly wheel stops, the whole machinery stops. Likewise is the connection between the breathing and the other subtle bodily functions. The most obvious manifestation of the Prana in the body is the motion of the lungs. If this function stops, the the other motions in the body stop."

--Swami Narayanananda; Rishikesh, Himalayas, 1950

Swami Narayanananda (1902-1988) is the author of 36 authoritative books on Yoga and spiritual psychology.

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