trikona yoga co. (TYCO) came to fruition after my own personal struggle with my mental health and substance abuse disorders (specifically, Alcoholism). Yoga was and continues to be instrumental in my recovery path & sobriety. Yoga helped me reclaim my dharma, my purpose, my life meaning. I aim to create a space where those suffering have an alternative, holistic outlet. Shame, guilt and lack of resources were what kept me in the dark for so long with this vicious, stigmatized disease. I want people to be able to access the healing powers of yoga & therapy so they are able to gain their lives back because everyone deserves a second chance
TYCO is inclusive to those who are seeking a path for healing, regardless of their background. We aim to give clients the space to move freely on their mats and safely, confidentially express their mental health within our community. Using yoga asana, pranayama and meditation as coping tools in an inclusive, accepting and enlightening environment, we as a community can heal.
TYCO's core ideals are to reinvent the stereotypical pathways of mental health and self-care, with a supportive and open-mind amongst our community. We seek to embrace all interested beings through the power of physical and intellectual yoga practices. What we as a community strive for is to find your truest self, your dharma, through this practice in self discovery. It is through the interweavings of both our similarities and our differences, that we welcome each unique individual into this space to breathe, move and grow together. tyco is not afraid to question or challenge sociological norms. We confidently reframe power types into opportunities for positive communal development.
[Yoga Studio located in Chicago]