Adopting exercises from other cultures can help shake up a workout, which explains the growing popularity of that sport in which Scottish guys throw logs. Speak the universal language—sweating—with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $25 for 5 drop-in yoga classes (up to a $90 value)
- $49 for 10 drop-in yoga classes (up to a $160 value)
- $99 for three months of unlimited yoga (up to a $450 value)
- $998 for a 200-hour Yoga Alliance–registered yoga-teacher training in July (up to a $3,100 value)
Splitting time between all-levels and advanced yoga classes, instructors guide students through the flowing postures of a traditional Vinyasa sequence within a warm room. They hold classes seven days a week in both the morning and evening.
Alternatively, aspiring yogis can acquire their 200-hour registered-yoga-teacher certification, qualifying them to teach hatha yoga with a focus on Vinyasa-style movements. Students spend 180 hours working with senior teachers and more than 40 hours on independent study and practice, learning both the physical aspects of yoga—asana and pranayama—and the philosophy and theory behind them.
Students should arrive to class early, as admittance is on a first come, first served basis.
Though Hot Yoga sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Hot Yoga's name is a simple representation of a complex art. There, yogis gather students in warm rooms for 60- to 80-minute stretching sessions that limber up the body, purge toxins from the blood stream, and accelerate the natural healing process. They teach primarily Vinyasa-style yoga, which connects asana through flowing movements supported by deliberate breathing exercises. Beyond classes, the instructors also keep guests stretched and sweltering in private lessons or group yoga parties.
In addition to simple lessons, Hot Yoga's staff also unlocks the art of instruction itself, offering both a 200-hour and 500-hour registered-yoga-teacher certification in accordance with the teaching standards of the Yoga Alliance. These lessons involve both classroom time with senior instructors and personal study, and culminate in a test in which yogis must be able to describe what the bottoms of their feet look like when upside down and backwards.
the teachers [stacey rusch, carolyn, ronnie] are knowledgable & while all different have all given me crazy great workouts.Chelsea M., Yelp, 4/22/
“Great studio! ”
“Stacy is the best instructor”
“Get there early, space fills up fast.”
4000 Albemarle St. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20016