|Definitely not your usual yoga space|
Ask me about Lollapalooza weekend and the only things I could tell you--beyond the fact that it's held the first weekend in August--are the completely unrelated Terrapin 5K (though it does have a music theme) happens the night before the three-day festival starts and Graham Elliott has something to do with the food served on-site. I didn't even know who was performing until a few night ago--and then I was sorry I didn't think about buying tickets for what might be my favorite line-up ever.
Never did I expect fitness to figure into the Lolla mix. But it does. You can get your weekend of concert-going started on a fitness foot with some sun salutations, asanas and stretches at 332 S. Michigan Ave. The LollaShop, a pop-up shop that opened on July 27 as an extension to the popular festival complete with the full line of official Lolla goods plus a few surprises, will be hosting yoga classes led by Margo Kellison at its adjoining Thompson Hotel Lounge. Even if you're not spending a single minute inside Lollapalooza, you're more than welcome to go to yoga--these classes are open to the public.