CHICAGO'S HIGHEST WEEKLY YOGA CLASS
360 Sky Yoga is back for in-person sessions beginning July 11th. All participants are required to wear masks, and classes will be held at a reduced capacity.
Practice your sun salutations from 1,000 feet closer to the sun at 360 CHICAGO's 94th-floor yoga class.
360 Sky Yoga welcomes yoga enthusiasts to a one-hour weekly class led by 360 CHICAGO’s professional instructor. Participants will be led through movements perfect for all ages and skill levels in front of breathtaking views of Chicago.
Registration is $20 (plus taxes and fees) and includes a General Admission ticket to the observation deck, so feel free to stick around after the class and take in the full experience!
Important Information: All sales for 360 Sky Yoga are final. Please double check the date of the class you are registering for before purchasing tickets. For your safety, please bring your own mat, arrive dressed and ready to begin the class (changing areas are not available), and please limit your personal belongings to the essentials.
About the Instructor: Ashley Christensen
Ashley took her first yoga class freshman year of college over half her life ago. Since then, she’s taken hundreds of classes as a student and attended four yoga retreats around the world. Ashley received her 200-hour yoga teaching certificate at YogaWorks in Costa Mesa, California in 2012, and completed trainings in restorative, yin, and kids’ yoga. Both her teaching and her personal practice focus on gentle, mindful movements. Her classes incorporate restorative elements, as well as grounding and meditation. She also teaches at the Park District of Oak Park, with Buddha Belly Kids Yoga, and Ahimsa Yoga.
About the Instructor: Britta Eumann
Britta is an experienced yoga teacher registered with Yoga Alliance (ERYT 200) with over 1000 teaching hours. After taking her first yoga class Britta was hooked by the practice, and soon after enrolled in her first yoga teacher training to help other people experience the same benefits. In her classes, where she emphasizes creating a safe space for every student, meeting them where they are in their personal yoga journey and guiding them safely to self-exploration and awareness of body, mind and breath and she is especially passionate about teaching yoga to all those who think they are too inflexible, exhausted, old, injured, ill or feel otherwise limited or excluded from the practice of yoga.
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