Few activities embody the escapism, flexibility and self-regulation necessary to survive the Chicago winter quite like yoga.
Whether you find yourself in the child’s pose often or are looking for a new pursuit, Logan Square is home to multiple independent yoga studios that can add a dose of mindfulness—and barrels of sweat—to your routine.
Peruse the studios’ schedules, pricing and special offers below to start mentally preparing to break free from your hibernation.
Tula (2827 W. Belden Ave.)
Class Schedule: Tula offers multiple yoga classes throughout the day, seven days a week. Classes range from “energetic” to “gentle” yoga, with prenatal and family-focused options available as well. Check their schedule here.
Pricing and Membership: You can choose your own adventure with different membership and package offerings, including a new student package for $39, which allows for two weeks of unlimited classes. Single classes are $22, while a monthly membership ranges from $108 to $129. Check the full pricing here.
Their Differentiator: If you’re really feeling inspired, Tula has a full calendar of special events and even offers training for future yoga teachers. It’s an independent, female-owned business and supports fellow ventures by offering special rates to employees of local small businesses.
Logan Square Pilates + Core Studio (2771 N. Milwaukee Ave.)
Class Schedule: Fear not, yoga classes are indeed offered here. LSQP usually holds at least one yoga class per day, and the class types include power flow yoga, restorative flow, candlelight yoga, and yoga for the core. LSQP offers several barre classes, too, in addition to an immense array of Pilates courses. View their weekly class schedule here.
Pricing and Membership: Single classes are $22 and an unlimited monthly membership is $150. Several other packages, including five and ten class packs are also available. Check their full pricing here.
Their Differentiator: LSQP also offers private classes and regular events and workshops. And, as their namesake suggests, prepare for a yoga class that melds together teachings from Pilates – their classes are “infused with the core principles of Pilates,” namely “concentration, control, center, position, breath, and fluidity.”
Moksha Yoga Center (2528 W. Armitage Ave.)
Class Schedule: Moksha offers multiple yoga classes and types on a daily basis, the majority of which are vinyasa classes. They also offer a Temple of Kriya Yoga Sunday Service and Temple Meditation. View their weekly class schedule here.
Pricing and Membership: A single class is $20 and an unlimited monthly membership is $149. Moksha also has multiple packages and offers discounts to students, seniors and veterans. View their full pricing information here.
Their Differentiator: Moksha offers a robust teacher training program, regular events and even organizes international retreats. The yoga center places a strong focus on spirituality and the tenets of classical yoga. As mentioned above, they’re currently hosting the Kriya Yoga Sunday Service formerly held at Temple of Kriya Yoga.
DIY art gallery Blnk Haus (3206 W. Armitage Ave.) has weekly yoga sessions for $12 for all yoga levels. Check out the full class schedule online.