Niyama Yoga has been located in Wilmette for over 15 years: providing room temperature vinyasa, yin & restorative as well as Niyama Hot yoga classes, not just to Wilmette, but also Evanston, Skokie, Winnetka and the rest of the north shore. We’ve been a space where individuals can find the time for moving with their breath, at their pace, while also becoming part of a community.
Karma Classes for 2019:
Niyama has two classes on our schedule that are Karma/Donation classes where students pay what they would like: our Friday 6:30pm Niyama Hot class & our Saturday 12:45 Vinyasa class. It’s been Niyama’s goal to find ways to do some good and not JUST be a place that offers yoga.
2019’s Karma Classes will benefit two Wilmette based non-profits with similar missions for local youth in the area: The Warming House and Haven Youth Services. Proceeds from the two classes for the entire year, will be even split between these two non-profits. So come do some Yoga, but also do some GOOD.
You can find more info below or by going here.
Niyama Glow and Flow with Kristin
Saturday, February 23rd
$30 in Advance: Register at https://squareup.com/store/kristin-andrews
75min class taught by Kristin Andrews under the glow of dark lights. Refreshments afters.
Wednesday – NEW CLASS:
5:00-6:15pm 75min Niyama Hot with Rachel
Wendesday – NEW TEACHER:
7:00-8:15pm Candlelight flow is now taught by Rachel
7pm 90mins Niyama Hot with Kristin
75min Niyama Hot with Kristin from:
Renovations are Complete!
THANK YOU for all those that have helped to show Niyama Some LOVE: whether through the GoFundme, the Karma classes, the May 5th Silent Auction or any number of other ways. None of this would have been possible without the help of the community. After a long week of Renovations, Niyama is back open with our regular schedule. Come see how things came out!
And if you’re curious as to how this all started: The Beginning
Friday and Saturday Karma/Donation Classes
The Warming House Youth Center offers 6th through 12th graders the opportunity to enjoy a structured and supportive environment. Teens can speak freely in a confidential space, seek guidance from staff and peers, build healthy peer relationships, and develop valuable leadership skills. The professional staff is trained to assess teen needs and address relevant issues through educational, prevention-based, and recreational program offerings.
Haven Youth and Family Services has been serving youth and their families since 1976. Haven began as an outreach program for youth and has continued to grow and develop throughout the years. Programs such as crisis response and prevention activities were added, as well as the counseling program, which has become one of our most frequent methods of delivering service to the community. Today, Haven responds to the physical and emotional needs of youth and their families by providing emergency housing services, individual, group, and family therapy, 24-hour crisis intervention, daily outreach to area schools, psycho-educational workshops, youth leadership positions, and service-learning opportunities.
Friday 6:30pm Niyama Hot Yoga™ Instructors
- Feb 8th: Brad
- Feb 15th: Brad
- Feb 22nd: Brad
- March 1st: Brad
Saturday 12:45pm All Levels Vinyasa Instructors
- Feb 9th: Brad
- Feb 16th: Brad
- Feb 23rd: Brad
- March 2nd: Brad
Besides using our Thanksgiving classes to benefit The Greater Chicago Food Depository, and helping global refugee families and RefugeeOne with the Giving Tree in December it also means letting the proceeds of our Karma Classes go to a charity or charities for the year. In years past we have helped Syd Rocks, Curt’s Café, Erika’s Lighthouse, Designs 4 Dignity and others through the donation classes.
The deciding factors have always been to find local non-profits that are small-scale where we know that the money that Niyama donates, has the chance to do the most good possible.
Having been a high school teacher for 5 years, there was a part of me that wanted this year to find local non-profits that are in some way providing services to our youth that might at times be over-looked in public education.
And if you missed our last Newsletter, you can find that here: