Our Locations


MOKSHA RIVERWEST  (class schedule)
700 N Carpenter Chicago, IL 60642  (see map)
Near Milwaukee & Chicago.

Parking: Free street parking usually available.
Public Transportation: Blue Line Chicago stop; Buses 66 & 56
Phone: 312.942.9642   Fax: 312.942.9440

 

MOKSHA LAKEVIEW  (class schedule)
3334 N Clark Chicago, IL 60657  (see map)
Between Belmont & Roscoe.

Parking: Limited street parking. A pay lot is 1/2 block north of the studio.
Public Transportation: Brown Line Belmont stop; Bus 22
Phone: 773.975.9642

 

MOKSHA WEST BUCKTOWN  (class schedule)
2528 W Armitage Chicago, IL 60647  (see map)
Just west of Western & Milwaukee.

Parking: Some spots on the northwest side of the building. Free and non-permit parking on the surrounding streets.
Public Transportation: Blue Line Western stop; Buses 73, 56 & 49
Phone: 773.235.9642

 

Rooted in classical yoga as described in the ancient Vedic texts, Moksha Yoga Center provides an interdisciplinary approach that includes physical postures, meditation, breathwork and more. Featuring three locations that offer classes seven days a week, we invite you to practice and experiment with multiple styles taught by skilled and intuitive instructors. Revitalize with asana, and dig deeper through our workshops with world-renowned master teachers, expert lectures whose topics range from ayurveda to classical Indian art, and our internationally recognized 200- and 500-hr teacher trainings. We also provide bodywork, a fully-stocked yoga boutique, and a tight-knit community to explore and expand your personal practice.

Daren Friesen, director and founder of Moksha, has been an avid student of yoga since starting his practice in 1989. He has traveled to India 13 years in a row and has spent over 30 months there studying yoga, ayurveda, sanskrit, and sutras. During 1998 and 1999, Daren studied at the Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute (Laksmipuram) with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Drawing upon his studies with revered teachers such as Leeann Carey, Bryan Kest, Shiva Rea, and Seane Corn, and his time with masters in India, Daren developed his own style of Vinyasa flow with an Ashtanga influence.

Today, Daren continues to impart the classical priciples of yoga in a modern setting. Moksha is the Midwest’s largest yoga center and is home to more than 40 teachers, thousands of students, and the next generation of inspired and skilled yoga teachers.