Private Yoga Lessons


If you desire to experience the benefits of yoga and the expertise of Jacquelyn Cotey, but prefer one-on-one instruction in the privacy of your home or office, private yoga lessons may be just what you need. Please complete the short form below to arrange individual yoga sessions with Jacquelyn that fit seamlessly into your schedule.

Corporations, Organizations & Private Groups

Lifestyles Yoga can help you plan a completely customized one-time yoga event or ongoing class for your organization. Our experience includes large corporate events like our collaboration with Starbucks in Chicago and Avon Walk for Breast Cancer; as well as privately held classes for groups like the Chicago Bears and Abbott employees

If you are interested in arranging an event or yoga class for your group, big or small,  please fill out the form below and Jacquelyn will get back to you with all the information you need.


Contact Jacquelyn at Lifestyles Yoga

Yoga instructor Jacquelyn Cotey is available for private yoga sessions throughout the northwest suburbs of Chicago including, Highland Park, Northbrook, Deerfield, Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, Libertyville, Mundelein, Gurnee, Lincolnshire, Long Grove and more.

If you would like more information about private yoga lessons or a customized event for your business or group, please submit this short form or call Jacquelyn Cotey at (847) 707–9577.


Lifestyles Yoga took center stage as part of the Starbucks Ultimate Coffee Break in Chicago. Working along side wellness-focused businesses, Lifestyles Yoga restored participants through a yoga session in the park.

Avon Walk for Breast Cancer

Jacquelyn Cotey "warms up" thousands of Avon Walk for Breast Cancer participants gathered behind Soldier Field along Lake Michigan in Chicago, IL as they prepare to walk 13 to 40 miles over the course of two days, all in an effort to raise funds for breast cancer research!

The Chicago Bears

Jacquelyn Cotey conducted twice-weekly yoga classes specifically developed for The Chicago Bears to focus on recovery and relaxation.

I do believe it works. I think a lot of players believe it works. It’s just a matter of getting into it and being consistent with it. I think one day a week, starting out, may be OK. But as you get into a flow, I think two, three, four times a week will help. If you can do yoga 15, 20, 30 minutes a day, you’ll definitely start seeing some improvements.
— R.W. McQuarters #21, Chicago Bears
After a while, you start to feel a little more fluid. You start to be able to do stuff like touch your toes, bend down and touch your head to your knee and stuff like that. After you get into it for a couple weeks, you start to notice results.
— Marty Booker #86, Chicago Bears