Photographic Posture Analysis

Saturday, November 11th

105F Lincoln Park (2736A N. Clark St., Chicago)

Ever wondered what your postures look like from all angles and which adjustments can be made to improve your alignment? Join 105F and Jon Sulik and Katie Linn for a unique opportunity to understand and enhance your practice and form. Tailored exclusively to those who attend, this two-part workshop includes a comprehensive 26+2 class followed by an in-depth photographic posture analysis where posture photos during class will be applauded and analyzed.


11:30am-12:45pm:  Comprehensive Class (photos taken during class)
12:45pm-1:15pm:  Break
1:15pm-3pm:  Photographic Posture Analysis


This 3 1/2 hour class + workshop is $40.

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Jon Sulik

In 2005, Jon’s sister took him to his first class at Wicker Park 105F.  After a humbling 90 minutes (and after sitting out more than half the class), he had no idea what hit him.  Roughly one year later, he made it in for his second class.  Having just transitioned from a very physical to a very sedentary line of work, Jon noticed the class called for the hard work and sweat he’d been associating with useful endeavors.  He couldn’t get enough!  Gradually, the daily jolt of vitality led to a deeper awareness of how the body works and an understanding of how habits can affect his practice.   After moving and changing jobs, the yoga stuck. No matter where he traveled all over the world, there was always a Bikram studio to go to–each with qualities both unique and universal. Jon attended teacher training, and soon thereafter, trained competitively to refine posture mechanics and a sense of the broader virtues: stillness, breath, economy of movement, self acceptance, and through all of those things, self- actualization.


Katie Linn

Katie began practicing traditional hot yoga during Summer 2006 while attending graduate school in Italy.  Upon moving to Chicago in early 2007, she located the nearest hot yoga studio, landed a job and found an apartment (in that order).  Katie completed the intensive 500 hour Bikram Yoga Teacher Training in Fall 2008, then in 2012 expanded her yoga education through a 200-HR Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) certification through Yoga Alliance. Katie finds most of her inspiration and energy from interacting with her students.  She strives to find a balance of discipline and humor in all of her classes–hot yoga should be fun!  She focuses on technique and alignment in order to make yoga accessible to ALL practitioners, regardless of skill or experience.