Eb & Flow Yoga studio has been open in Chicago for almost 8 years (8th anniversary is 2/14/21). Eb & flow Yoga Studio offers both gentle and challenging group and private classes in the styles of Baptiste Power Yoga, Gentle Vinyasa, and Yin Yoga in two beautiful, spacious heated and non-heated practice rooms. They also offer customized private yoga and corporate yoga classes. They recently opened a brand new 3200 square foot studio space in February, 2020.
Their mission at Eb & flow Yoga Studio is to create a community where all will feel welcomed and inspired, and also have fun! As a family-owned business, managed by a mother-daughter duo, Eboni Howard and Peggy Moore, we hope to share with others the knowledge, blessings, and laughter we find helpful in balancing the ebb and flow of life. Their vision is to make the practice of yoga accessible to everyone and “every body”, helping people discover new ways to experience health, strength and balance in their lives. They created a studio of community connection that mirrored the neighborhood in terms of diversity regarding age range, economics, professional experiences, and personal vibe so everybody and every BODY would feel welcome.
They are a welcoming and FULLY diverse community of students, teachers, and staff compared to other studios in general, and in the WickerPark/Bucktown area.This studio has always valued cleanliness and the health and wellness of our students. Regardless of body size, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, gender preference, or economic status, you will find them all here at Eb & flow Yoga Studio embracing our passion for yoga. You don’t have to worry about what you look or what you wear to practice yoga at the studio.
Also, The classes and pricing are designed so that there is an option for everyone. They provide low cost ($10) community class taught by the owners, free class taught by student teachers and affordable class packages, memberships and specials to give people of all incomes opportunities to practice yoga. They support many nonprofit community organizations and partner with other community organizations to sponsor yoga fundraising events.