Why do you practice in a heated studio?
We believe practicing in a heated room opens up your body, increase your flexibility, helps your body detoxify and prevents injury. If you don’t like the heat then make sure to take class at our Bare Feet Loft where all of the classes are non-heated.
Do I need to sign up before class?
We recommend signing up for our busier classes (evenings & weekends) because they can fill up, but we always welcome walk-ins as long as we have space!
What time should I arrive at the studio?
We open 30 minutes before classes, with the exception of our 8:15pm classes in which we open 15 minutes before class. We lock the doors at the start of class and always start right on time so please arrive 10-15 minutes before class beings. If you plan to drive to the studio, parking can be a challenge so make sure you give yourself extra time to find a spot.
Do you offer parking?
We do not have any dedicated parking spots. There is free street parking in front of our studio on Monroe, Morgan or Adams. Depending on what’s going on in the West Loop it can be a challenge to find a free spot to park. You can pay to park on Monroe (East of the studio) or on Madison (most days). If you are taking class at our Bare Feet Loft you can not park on Madison between 3am-9am – you will be towed.
Do you have showers or a locker room?
We do not. Our space is very simple. We have one bathroom, a changing room, and a lot of cubbies in our lobby to store your stuff during class.
What should I bring?
Please bring a mat, towel and water bottle. If you don’t have these items or forget them, we have mats and towels for rent, and drinks to purchase.
What if I am not in the best shape?
Come anyway and rest in child’s pose whenever you need it! Yoga is a process and everyone has to start somewhere. We welcome everyone to all of our classes and never make you feel inferior if you are unable to do something. It may not be easy, but your body and mind will thank you. Additionally, if you have concerns we recommend consulting your doctor.