In yoga, each pose is named after either the shape of the body or the wild animal it’s most likely to scare away. Frighten dogs and pigeons with this Groupon.
- $20 for 20 yoga classes (a $225 value)<p>
Classes include hot yoga, warm yoga, and power yoga. See the full schedule here.<p>
Firehouse Hot Yoga
Larissa Anderson may look young, but she's already enjoyed opportunities that older yogis would bend over backwards for. The owner and senior instructor at Firehouse Hot Yoga––formerly Bikram Hot Yoga Kirkland––completed her training in 2003, and by 2004 was already invited to judge the Southern California Regional Yoga Competition. From 2006–2007 she honed her skills as an instructor at the prestigious Bikram International World Headquarters in Los Angeles, before entering the championship circuit herself and taking home a second-place finish in the Washington regional competition.
Finally establishing a studio she can call home, Anderson welcomes yogis of all levels to stretch their limits in 105-degree heat, which encourages muscles to stretch, pores to oust toxins, and penguins to hold dance practice somewhere else. Each session explores a sequence of 26 Hatha poses performed in a deliberate order with breathing exercises designed to strengthen the body and usher oxygen to its extremities.