Live Work Yoga is a spacious loft studio located in the heart of Wicker Park, at 1470 N Milwaukee, Chicago, right above the Bongo Room. Buzz “HERE NOW” when you arrive! Mats and props are provided. A donation of $10+ is encouraged for each class.
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Rich Logan is widely known and celebrated for his eclectic teaching style. You can expect to find sensitivity, strength, and complexity in what are often taken as seemingly basic postures. It’s these very poses that Rich encourages his students to become immersed in, exploring the nuances of a pose for extended periods of time and moving through variations smoothly and with deliberate attention on placing the body in the pose as opposed to letting habitual patterns and gravity run the show. For Rich, a ‘mindful’ practice entails bringing us to the edge of experience and, at that edge, witness the moment unfold, so to realize that it is the yogi who is unfolding.
Rich’s current schedule in Chicago:
Mondays: 12:00-2:00 pm
Sundays: 7:00-9:00pm Candle light flow
There are currently spots open for my ongoing teacher training program (September – March, 2015). Don’t hesitate to call or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in class info or experiential trainings/workshops.
About Rich Logan
Rich Logan has traveled the world, studying and teaching massage therapy and Yoga. He has been on faculty at the Chicago School of Massage therapy and The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Rich has also been a guest speaker on Western massage techniques at the Auyurvedic College in Mysore, India. A student of Yoga since 1995 and meditation practitioner since his teens, Rich incorporates his knowledge of anatomy and physiology with a unique understanding of spirituality in the modern world. Rich has studied at the prestigious Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Madras, India with TKV Desikachar presiding. Rich’s significant teachers have been Kim Shwartz, Tias Little, Aadil Palkhivala, Gabriel Halpern and Anna Forrest. Rich has also assisted Tias Little in workshops as well as his Esalen retreat in 2008. He continues his studies at the Yoga Circle under the tutelage of the enigmatic and brilliant Gabriel Halpern in the Iyengar tradition.
A word from Rich on what to expect in his class:
“I teach as best I can to the level of the student. We hold poses longer than most average classes. I tend to focus on standing poses in my level 1-2 classes. My level 2-3 class is more oriented to movement and getting into some challenging advanced work. All og my classes incorporate some theme, whether Spiritual, Mental, or Physical. I encourage students to do their own deeper work, i.e. emotional or energetic. In the end I want you to find out what works best for you, but be open to the suggestions that come your way.”