North Shore Yoga
310 Happ Rd Ste 216,
Northfield, IL 60093
Two Yoga rooms and 3 treatment rooms in a beautiful spa like setting.
Mon – Fri. 9:00 Am – 10:00 Am
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Survived my first Ashtanga experience. Thank you so munch Bridgett for your guidance! And thanks Tayler for the laughs! #practiceandalliscoming #annettekentyoga.
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Come try our Vinyasa Flow I class on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm at the Bannockburn Studio with Libby Lewis. It’s a GREAT time to practice!!
Come join us Mondays at 9:30 am at the Northfield location for class with the fabulous Marci Barth!!
Come try our new class on Wednesdays at 10:30 am at the Bannockburn Studio with the wonderful Debbie Muraff!!
Our Yogi of the Month is Dennis Hartlieb. Dennis trained for dentistry at the University of Michigan and has been practicing dentistry for 25 years. He met his wife Tracy when he was doing an internship at Mount Sinai in Chicago and has one daughter. Like many who come to Yoga, Dennis was a runner who also dabbled in Triathlons. He said, “My feet star, ted breaking down and so I couldn’t run like I used to so I was stuck in the health club doing aerobics type of stuff.” He. Continue Reading
Don’t miss this amazing lecture! Wendy is incredibly engaging!
Rhonda Schlesinger is our Yogini of the month. Rhonda is a veteran massage therapist of 20 years and the mother of 2. She is also a Yoga teacher and she has been teaching Yoga for 9 years. Rhonda first tried yoga in 1981, but didn’t take it seriously. She was more interested in running marathons. She ran 7 in fact. “It is a very addictive sport and very encompassing. It can also lead to injuries. In fact I had several injuries that I don’t think I would have got through. Continue Reading
Read about Sharyn Galindo’s Yoga program at Northbrook School District.
Everything is created twice, once in our minds and then in our lives. Once you have determined what has meaning in your life you must establish a “Sankalpa.” This is often translated as intention, but it is much more. Sankalpa is the compound of two sanskrit words: Kalpa, which means “a way of proceeding” or, more importantly, “the rule to be observed before any other rule,” and San, “a concept or idea formed in the heart.” Your sankalpa is a declarative statement representing your highest aspirations. This is more than a casual New Year’s Resolution. It is a vow that comes from your heart, your essential self. Meditation and mindfulness can help you with the process of discerning what is essential to you and what is casual, cultural indoctrination. This is how the technology of Yoga can make a difference in your life.
I recently moved to Chicago suburbs from Seattle and was scouring area for a studio. Beautiful space, good teachers and moderate vinyasa flow classes.
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1407 Greenleaf St Evanston, IL 60202.
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North Shore Yoga & Fitness