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$49 for Two Months of Unlimited Hot Yoga Classes ($249 Value)
Certified instructors lead Baptiste-style Vinyasa-flow classes inside a heated studio where temperatures can hit up to 98 degrees during advanced sessions. They welcome beginners to power-yoga basics, which outlines the fundamental fluidity of the Vinyasa-flow discipline in less intense heat. For Hour of Power classes, they sync challenging postures with energizing music. The relaxing stances of restorative yoga and the meditation exercises of unheated Hatha classes accommodate guests looking for a soothing session. Click here for the class schedule.
Kneading Hands Hot Yoga
Marianne Chapin expertly works to relieve stress in her clients, regardless of their species. As a certified massage therapist, she has put at ease all manner of animal, including humans, dogs, and horses, with her therapeutic treatments. As owner of Kneading Hands Hot Yoga, she takes a well-rounded approach to stress relief and wellness, marshalling more than seven years of massage and yoga teaching experience.
To help her run the studio, she has assembled a veritable menagerie of instructors and therapists. Janet Landry channels her love for outdoor sports into her yoga teachings, whereas astrologist Twink McKenney plans Hatha classes around moon phases and planetary alignments. They helm Baptiste-style hot-yoga sessions on a spacious floor where temperatures of up to 98 degrees render muscles more pliable and less inclined to make you knit leg warmers in your sleep. Inside private massage rooms, the studio's therapists craft custom treatments for each client, employing deep-tissue, Swedish, and craniosacral techniques in addition to ashiatsu massage—a modality in which the practitioner grips bars on the ceiling and manipulates muscles with their feet.
Kneading Hands Yoga
Marianne Chapin, owner of Kneading Hands Yoga for the past 10 years, takes a well-rounded approach to stress relief and wellness by marshalling years of yoga teaching experience. To help her run the studio, she has assembled a team of eight certified instructors who bring a wide range of skills to yoga classes. Available classes, all of which take place in a spacious and clean studio, include relaxing and meditative Hatha yoga, strength and stamina boosting hot-yoga sessions where temperatures of up to 98 degrees render muscles more pliable, and Pilates classes that build core strength and focus.
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