Doing yoga keeps you limber and focused, much like hanging upside down from a second-floor balcony to dust a crystal chandelier. Clear muscular cobwebs with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for eight group yoga classes (a $95 value)
- $45 for one month of unlimited group yoga classes (a $110 value)
The schedule includes classes such as Vinyasa flow, in which fluidly transitioning poses help beginners build strength and flexibility. Fitness-based power-yoga classes offer a more rigorous workout and a guided-imagery cooldown. Groupon buyers also receive 10% off any massage or bodywork service during the redemption period of their classes.
Alice Sevivas and the instructors at MY BodYoga do more than teach yoga. In addition to yoga classes, which range from relaxing to challenging to fitness-oriented, they perform a variety of holistic massages and body treatments and work to build a community based on healthy living. The caring staff shares information via educational meditation events, dietary workshops, including a flexitarian workshop, and couples' workshops and offers free classes on Saturdays at 7 a.m. for members of the military. Within the studio. families and friends celebrate kids' birthday parties by the light of an elegant chandelier.
99% of 83 customers recommend
“Not a place for relaxation and reflection with every class, especially before/after the Hot & Sweat Yoga class on Wednesday nights. The instructor allows and...”
“Not a place for relaxation and reflection with every class, especially before/after the Hot & Sweat Yoga class on Wednesday nights. The instructor allows and participates in loud conversation with a few students before class, therefore, not allowing other students to mentally prepare for the class. Then once class is over the instructor returns to her obnoxious conversation, which is not in any way conducive to meditation... which is the whole point of practicing yoga in the first place!”
“I had a great time at MY BodYoga. It was everything I was looking for. Just arrive a couple minutes early to set up in the class.”