“Inspiration, move me brightly. . .”

~ Terrapin Station, The Grateful Dead 

Welcome to samadhi! You will love our intimate, cozy studio with its radiant heated floor, warm lighting, calm colors and surround sound stereo system.

Our knowledgeable teachers provide quality, traditional style yoga instruction; yoga that is not just about exercise but yoga that encompasses fitness in both body and mind.  We welcome our students to an atmosphere that promotes the wonderful community that we are all a part of.  Our Glenview community is just a small part of an exponentially larger community and if we can do our part to provide a warm and inviting place where our friends and neighbors can become more grounded, at peace, introspective, happy, healthy and loving, we feel we are doing our part to better the world!  We welcome you to our yoga community in our humble studio.

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I have been practicing yoga for over 5 years. In that time I have developed a sense of what I am looking for in a studio. The layout of the studio and the way you are greeted make a difference, but I can effectively practice in a barn if I feel the instructors can advance me and my practice. At samadhi the instructors have a way of introducing, nurturing, advancing and (gently) pushing me to become a better yogi. All levels (beginner to advanced) benefit from this mindful approach to practicing yoga that highlights how even a small adjustment in a posture can help us better understand each pose. Each class is a learning experience. I also appreciate the focus on the mental aspects of practice and how there should be joy on the mat. The Samadhi teachers make the difference for me and are why I keep coming back. S.B.
Six months ago yesterday or today (can’t remember exactly), I took my first yoga class. I had not been exercising, was in terrible shape, and was not doing well generally. Today I am calmer, healthier, happier and more centered than I have been in a long time. I owe a lot of it to you and all the other people (instructors and fellow students) at Samadhi. Thanking people is one of the most overlooked things in life, so I am thanking you. Mike K.