If you’re looking for a place to hit after work, Yoga Loft in River North is one of your best bets. They offer a wide range of yoga classes for different experience levels, with lessons in endurance, core strengthening, and personal training. You can even meet with a health coach and receive nutritional counseling. New members get an unlimited two weeks of classes for $35. After that, you can try out a set of classes or pay monthly.
Yoga Loft Chicago, 15 W Hubbard St, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 312 344 1606
Bare Feet Power Yoga in the West Loop will definitely help you get your sweat on. The studio heats the classrooms to 90 degrees year-round, guaranteeing a satisfying workout. They offer more than 15 different classes that are all-inclusive – you’ll never be turned away based on experience level, and walk-ins are always welcome. Try their Turn It Up Dog or Shut Up and Flow to get started.
Bare Feet Power Yoga, 1006 W Monroe St, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 312 624 8068
If hot, Bikram yoga is what you’re after, Be Yoga is your place. It has a major financial advantage over Chicago’s other top-notch yoga studios – new members can get a discounted introductory special of 30 days for just $38. They offer up to five class times per day, sleeping yogi meditation classes, student discounts, class packages, and various memberships.
Be Yoga Andersonville, 5715 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 773 907 0291
Bottom Line Yoga has two accessible locations in the Loop, making it the easiest place to stop in during a busy work week. Try both venues – one in the Chicago Board of Trade Building and the other in the Civic Opera Building. The class schedules are similar and continuous at both locations, so you can switch between the two if you want. And don’t worry about lugging a mat to the office – the studios offer free mat rentals and the use of other yoga props in all classes. BLY serves the busy professional and welcomes anyone looking for a fun way to get into shape.