Saturday, August 11, 2012

Have You Tried Corepower Yoga Yet?

So, summer's drawing to a close, and have you kept that promise to get in shape?  (Ugh, we certainly haven't.)  You might want to give Uptown's Corepower Yoga Studio a try, especially since they give prospective members a one-week trial period for free.

"We offer different levels and types of yoga such as Hot, Vinyasa, Yin yoga, and Sculpt (yoga with weights). We also have Ryder classes, which is similar to Spinning except the flywheel is located in the back of the bike, so the bike moves from side to side. We offer students who have never been to any CorePower to try one week for free without any other commitment, so they can see what sort of classes they like, and how often they would come.

Besides that, we have a variety of other events and discounts for members or nonmembers that happen throughout the year."

Uptown Corepower Yoga is located at 4428 N. Broadway. They can be reached at (773) 271-9642, and the website is You can find a detailed description of what they offer and class schedules there.


  1. I gave Corepower a trial run shortly after they opened. While it wasn't for me (I'm a hardcore Bikram fan), it's a great studio.

    Fantastic studio, clean locker rooms w/ lockable lockers (not all yoga studios have that), a full schedule of classes, and amazing staff.

    Definitely worth giving it a try if you haven't been yet.

  2. I am so happy corepower is in uptown!!! it's a great to have a yoga studio in our neighborhood.

  3. I just finished a free week, and I highly recommend this place, I liked it for the reasons others have criticized it, you get a really good sweat on foremost rather than the more mystical aspects of Yoga.
    The locker room facilities are five star, as well as the staff.

  4. I'm a fan of corepower but had trouble finding the class schedule that worked for me, you have to open up each location's schedule to search through.

    I found this site: which puts them all up on one page. That's made it much easier for me.

    I'm more of a traditionalist (Iyengar), but I love the convenience of corepower, there's ALWAYS a class going close boy...