Iyengar Yoga is a method of instruction set forth by yoga master BKS Iyengar, (1918-2014) whose many texts include the classic Light on Yoga. He is responsible for spreading the art and philosophy of yoga during a time when ‘yoga’ was unknown. Yoga has gained huge popularity, due, in great part, to his efforts. Called the “Michelangelo of yoga” and named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people, B. K. S. Iyengar’s legacy universally acknowledges him as a genius on the subject of Yoga.

2020 Winter Class Schedule

Jan 13 – April 1
11 & 12 Week Sessions

Mondays:  Jan 13 – March 30
10 – 11:30 am – Mixed Level – Achala – 12 Weeks

Tuesdays:  Jan 14 – March 31
10 – 11:30 am – Mixed Level – Ann – 12 Weeks

Wednesdays:  Jan 15 – April 1
10 – 11:30 am – Mixed Level – Lorene – 12 Weeks
7 – 8:30 pm – Fundamentals – Achala/Patrina – 12 Weeks

Thursdays:  No current class

Fridays:  Jan 17 – March 27
9:30 – 11 am – Beginning – Patrina – 11 Weeks
12 – 1:30 pm – Continuing – Patrina – 11 Weeks

Saturdays:  Jan 18 – March 28
9 – 10:30 am – Beginning – Bob – 11 Weeks
11 am – 12:30 pm – Continuing – Bob – 11 Weeks

Sundays:  No current class

2020 Spring classes begin April 6

Rates and Registration

Fall & Winter Sessions Bulk Rate: $16 per class for 10 or more classes | 6 – 9 classes $18 per class
Drop in: $21 ($19 IYAMW Members)
Class packages are payments for specific class/day/time–valid ONLY during the season/semester of purchase. If urgent or medical circumstances prohibit attendance, please discuss options with your teacher. Students are welcome to make up missed classes with another teacher/on another day– up to 3 make-up classes per package of 10 or more classes.

Make check out to the teacher and send to:
Lake Street Church
607 Lake St.
Evanston, IL 60201

You can also register before the class.


Call Yoga Tree 847-864- 2181 ext 101

About the Classes

Beginning Classes: Standing poses, seated poses, safe inversions, twists, and reclining postures, individually tailored to accommodate.
Continuing Classes: Standing poses, inversions, twists, forward bends, backward bends & restoratives. 8-12 weeks of beginning Iyengar yoga required.
Mixed Level: This all level class tailors your practice to individual needs. All levels welcome!
Fundamentals: Learn how basic poses evolve internal focus, bringing a natural path to progress. All levels welcome!

About the Teachers

Our certified staff is trained in the Iyengar method and we work within the guidelines of the IYNAUS certification program.

Patrina Dobish CIYT-3
Achala Jeff LeGro CIYT
Ann Socha CIYT-1
Bob Whittinghill CIYT-1
Lorene Zant CIYT-1

Iyengar Yoga Classes & Teacher Certification

Iyengar Yoga classes are instructional and presented through a vigorous, yet safe, approach. This method incorporates asanas (poses) and pranayama (rhythmic breathing exercises) introduced with clear instruction geared towards people of all ages, health conditions, and levels of practice. Certified teachers are rigorously trained and held to a high standard, earning different levels of certification through years of training and life long study. The certification mark is your guarantee of a safe and effective yoga.


Do I have to be fit to participate? No. Classes are designed to aid fitness, and the teachers are trained to handle many levels of physical capacity.
What is Yoga? Yoga is an ancient system that teaches an individual to reach the highest potential from within one’s self.
How should I prepare for classes? Refrain from eating 2 hours before class. Wear comfortable clothes, no baggy pants. No heavy perfumes please.
Iyengar Yoga is known for: Alignment – Practicing alignment during asanas resolves structural imbalances. Props – Using props safely and effectively develops depth and perception giving an understanding of the asana Sequencing – Proper sequencing provides relief for health problems


Start the Day with a Beginners Class from Highly Qualified Instructors

MON 10 am Achala – TUES 10 am Ann – WED 10 am Lorene – FRI 9:30 am Patrina – SAT 9 am Bob