With self-awareness, a life of purpose can be lived.

Mia Park was featured on

Chicago ABC’s “Asian Influences”.

Hi, I'm Mia Park.

Mia Park and her yoga classes are powered by hopeful engagement. She teaches yoga to balance the spirit, mind, and body to encourage self-inquiry. With self-awareness, a life of purpose can be lived. Mia’s also an actress, writer, producer and celebrator of life. Learn more about her at MiaPark.com.

Mia has over 1500 hours of training in traditions that include doaist taiji, tantra yoga, yoga therapy, trauma informed yoga, yoga for children and seniors, meditation, alignment, and more. She is an E-RYT 500, 200 CYT, a Domestic Violence Advocate, Rest and Renew restorative yoga teacher, iRest Level 1 teacher, and a Certified Integrated Ayurvedic Practitioner and Advanced Yoga Teacher. Mia is currently in a four year, IAYT Yoga Therapy program in the Viniyoga tradition with Gary Kraftsow. She volunteer teaches prenatal yoga in Cook County Jail and to domestic violence survivors.

Mia has studied the art of yoga nidra with many teachers, including iRest with Richard Miller, Total Yoga Nidra with Uma Dinsmore Tuli, the Himalayan tradition with Rolf Solvik, and Satyananda Yoga Nidra with Rod Stryker and Dr. Swami Shankardev Saraswati. She has led several yoga nidra teacher trainings since 2014 and continues to grow as a yoga nidra practitioner and teacher.

Mia was featured on “Making a Difference” on Chicago NBC News as a volunteer yoga instructor in Cook County jail.

 

Drop-In Classes

I teach weekly yoga classes in studios and gyms. Be my guest to your first class with me.

Workshops and Trainings

I’m passionate about teaching workshops, trainings, and mentoring.

Individual and Small Group Classes

I offer individual, small group, and corporate yoga classes with a focus on meeting you where you.

Media Gallery

Practice with my yoga videos and recordings, including full length classes and yoga nidra sessions.

Yoga News

Happy New Year of the Pig! 2019 has started out fantastically. I’ve already lead workshops and am gearing up for another yoga nidra training in March at yogaview.

I’m excited to start year two of four in Gary Kratsow’s American Viniyoga Foundations IAYT certified yoga therapist course. I’ve studied with Gary for over ten years and am honored to continue learning authentic yoga therapy techniques from this master teacher.

My daoist taiji studies continue at Alternative Health Group in Chicago and with Patrick Kelly. These meditations and practices have informed my yoga practice and teaching in a powerful way.