A sun salutation can help you have a stress-free morning, especially after failing to explain daylight-saving time to the neighborhood rooster. Greet the dawn gracefully with this Groupon.
$30 for One Month of Unlimited Bikram and Power-Yoga Classes (Up to $175 Value)
Bikram classes challenge students of all experience levels in a 105-degree studio, relying on the heat to help students sink deeper into stretches while preventing injury and detoxifying their bodies. During power-yoga classes, students flow through Vinyasa-inspired pose sequences to build strength and flexibility. This Groupon includes a free towel and mat rental for the first class. The instructors lead more than 74 classes a week at two locations; see the full schedule. Groupon customers also receive a 10% discount off of one retail item at either location, and a 20% discount off an initial massage at the San Rafael location.
Though Red Dragon Yoga sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Red Dragon Yoga
Craig Fruchter and Stephanie Schreiber team up with an impassioned troupe of instructors to lead students toward mental and physical health through a lineup of Bikram and power-yoga classes. Their dual locations swirl with balmy temperatures to loosen tight ligaments and help students ease deeper into the tension-relieving stretches. The warm air pricks beads of sweat on shoulders and brows while flushing out toxins and the spleen's discarded Funyun bags. With an eye on preserving the environment, both studios are scrubbed with nontoxic cleaning products each day and feature textured rubber floors and fresh-air ventilation systems. Marin Magazine in 2010 named Red Dragon one of the best yoga studios in Marin, and Pacific Sun named the business the best Marin yoga studio in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Amazing instructors who work well with all student experience levels.Phoebe H., Yelp, 1/25/11
96% of 433 customers recommend
“My first yoga section was awesome.”
“Excellent Knowledgeable and beautiful instructors.”