Nathan Kipnis Architects 1642 Payne St, Evanston, IL60201 Nathan Kipnis Architects is an architecture firm that designs for both commercial and residential clients. The firm has…More won numerous awards, and is committed to being a carbon-balanced business. For more information, visit the firm at its website.
Supportive Spaces 1030 Maple Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Supportive Spaces is the practice of Feng Shui expert Janet Doroba. She offers Feng Shui consulting, instruction and…More design for homes and businesses. Doroba aims to bring a proper sense of balance and harmony to clients' lives and homes through the power of Feng Shui. Through Feng Shui, clients can enjoy support and prosperity related to their individual goals, as well as find inspiration, joy and beauty. Call Supportive Spaces or email Janet Doroba at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Heaven Meets Earth 2746 Central St, Evanston, IL60201 Heaven Meets Earth is the only "green" yoga studio in Evanston. Its interior has bamboo floors and recycled materials…More and it keeps an environmentally conscious environment. It offers a variety of classes for men, women, children, teens, as well as couples. Yoga styles vary as well. Classes are aimed to be fun while also challenging and invigorating. Whether you're a beginner or experienced with yoga, these classes will add a healthy balance to the day.
TruFit Personal Training Studio 610 Davis St, Evanston, IL60201 TruFit is a private personal training studio located in downtown Evanston. TruFit offers a variety of health and…More fitness services, including functional training, nutritional counseling, sports-specific training, rehabilitation, injury prevention, in-home training, pre- and post-natal training and balance training for seniors. Sessions can be one-on-one or in small groups of two to six people. TruFit is a green gym, meaning that all cleaning products used are natural and bio-degradable. For further inquiries, please call.
Located on the west end of Northwestern's campus, the Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary is a graduate school…More with a Methodist and Evangelical tradition. Students who go on to do graduate work here are drawn by the values that the seminary holds most dear, such as its refusal to separate itself from secular society at large and its strongly held belief that evangelism has a place in it. Former students say that the balanced, academic approach is attractive as well. The school makes a special effort to value critical analysis alongside religious study.
Since its founding in 1853, the fortunes of the seminary have been intertwined with the universities, as both were founded by the same religious group.
Keep an eye out for the Cokesbury Bookstore, a Christian book retailer, on the grounds of the seminary.