Deb Wineman

Deb Wineman’s warm and welcoming teaching style invites yoga students of all levels to stretch, strengthen, find balance and cultivate peace.  “Stand in a way that embodies how you want to be and feel today,” you may hear in her classes; “Let your transitions reflect how you want to move through your week.”  Through an embodied practice, Deb believes that how you show up on your yoga mat can set the template for how you want to show up in the world.  Deb’s steady-paced, soulful vinyasa flow style classes impart her compassionate spirit and intention for vibrant, joyful and meaningful living.  In Deb’s yoga classes, you can expect precise alignment and breath cues, thoughtful insights, intelligent sequencing, uplifting music and impactful silence.


Committed to the study of yoga, anatomy, philosophy and mindfulness, Deb has completed extensive trainings and retreats under the guidance of master teachers.  She earned her first 200-hour teacher training at Moksha Yoga Chicago in 2008 and her 300-hour advanced certification from yogaview in 2014.  Deb’s own spiritual practice, ongoing self-inquiry and role as a mother of three children continue to inform her teaching.


In addition to teaching studio classes, Deb designs and leads yoga workshops, retreats, trainings and mentorship programs for a variety of different populations (including athletes, youth and religious communities) as she sees yoga as a path for everybody to live a more peaceful, healthy and whole life.   Dedicated to making yoga accessible and inclusive for everybody, Deb volunteers in schools offering youth yoga and meditation and leads community classes on the beach during the summer.