At Hart Chiropractic in Geneva, IL we offer multiple fitness classes. Yoga is often recommended as a complimentary treatment for many health conditions including stress, depression and back pain.

Yoga PoseAccording to the American Osteopathic Association, some of the many benefits are:

-Increased flexibility

-Increased muscle strength and tone

-Increased respiration, energy and vitality

-Maintaining a balanced metabolism

-Weight reduction

-Cardio and circulatory health

-Improved athletic performance

-Protection from injury

About the Class

Yoga classes at Hart Chiropractic include breath awareness, posture and simple meditation practice. These classes are a great compliment to chiropractic because it helps promote movement. We have also been honored to win the Kane County Chronicles Readers Choice Award One of the Best Yoga Classes.

This class is great for beginners to moderate. Classes are held on Tuesdays at 6:30pm. Class sizes are kept small so that each participant gets the individualized attention needed to perform each pose with correct form.

About the Trainer

Susan Awot

Susan Awot yoga teacher at Hart Chiropractic Geneva, ILSusan Awot has a lifelong passion for Yoga and truly believes in the benefit it provides to the physical and mental well-being. She has been practicing Yoga for over 40 years and became certified to teach at the Himalayan Yoga and Meditation center back in 2008. Susan is also a Reiki 3 practitioner and reflexologist. Susan applauds having Yoga tied into chiropractic care here at Hart Chiropractic.  “You can tell Dr. Hart has a lot of heart. He really wants the best for his patients.” Susan wants people to know that Yoga is for everyone, yes even men!  They need to work on flexibility more than women.  If you can’t bend you’ll break!



How to Sign-up

Our office is conveniently located in Geneva, IL (near the border of St. Charles, IL) off of route 38 near Randall Road. To reserve your spot call us at 630-262-1421. Also check out our other great classes including core strengthening and foam rolling.


To read more about what the American Osteopathic Association says visit their page here.