Joining Asana Yoga has been a life changing experience. I began classes September of 2016 and have loved every second spent there. I attend 3 classes a week and every instructor caters to each student's individual needs without singling anyone out. Their approach to yoga is so passionate and committed in the way that they spend so much time developing each pose to ensure their students are getting safely into their poses. The studio is gorgeous and always very clean! I am constantly recommending everyone to Asana!
101 S 2nd StChesterton, IN 46304
From Business: East Wind Studios was created to offer the community more opportunities for wellness. With our active, busy lives, we rarely practice relaxation. We are dedicated…
65 W 112th AveCrown Point, IN 46307
I suffer from PTSD, I received this email after being triggered in one of their classes. This is NOT a place for people that are looking for an open accepting place to practice yoga.On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 5:55 PM, Dana!wrote:Hello Michelle. I am so sorry you had a bad night in yoga the other night. I'm also sorry to tell you that I'm afraid Asana is just not able to accommodate your needs. You can tell we have rather large, very outspoken classes and I feel you would be better served at a studio focusing on a more gentle approach. I recommend two instructors in the area, Rhyneil Kegley is on Campbell street and Sherri Dujmovich is over at One Yoga in Valpo .I'm so sorry we can't help you, but I'm sure these individuals will be better suited for you. I wish you much success. Namaste, DanaI've never attended a yoga class that did NOT encourage listening to my own body. I've been practicing yoga since the 90s, I was continually redirected when I attempted to revert to a resting pose. It was quite obvious the principal of listening to your own body is NOT foremost at this practice.I recommend avoiding this center if you're looking for YOGA, especially if you have a disability. I believe this is a discrimination situation, as I am part of a service dog handler team. DON'T SUPPORT THIS FACILITY IF YOU LOVE SOMEONE WITH A DISABILITY.