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One, Three, or Five Aerial and Ground Fitness Classes for Women from Rising Goddess Fitness (Up to 72% Off)

Westmont

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In a Nutshell

Unique and personal women's fitness classes incorporate aerial exercise, dance, yoga, or burlesque to improve wellness and confidence

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for classes. Subject to availability. Must be 18 or older. Must sign waiver. Women only. May only attend each class type one time only. All classes must be used by the same person. New clients only. Not valid for the Freestyle Experiment. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $10 for one snapshot fitness introductory or booster class (up to $30 value)
  • $25 for three snapshot fitness introductory or booster classes (up to $90 value)
  • $45 for five snapshot fitness introductory or booster classes (up to $150 value)

Aerial classes include pole fitness, aerial yoga, and aerial hammocks. Ground classes include Zumba, Strength Training and Yoga/Pilates, Hula Hoop Dance and Fitness, Trifecta, Burlesque and Chair Fusion. To see a full schedule, click here.

Aerial Yoga: Swinging into a Stretch

If you opt for aerial yoga, read Groupon’s introduction to prepare to lift off.

Although yoga devotees often speak of their practice helping to “ground” them, students of aerial yoga have a different idea altogether. Sometimes referred to as Unnata aerial yoga, suspension yoga, or antigravity yoga, this particular form fuses traditional Hatha or Vinyasa yoga poses with acrobatic techniques. Practitioners perform maneuvers such as backward somersaults, handstands, and downward-facing dogs while suspended on nothing but a soft, fabric trapeze that dangles from the ceiling. This low-hanging hammock, which can support 1,000–2,000 pounds, enables participants of all shapes and weights to stretch farther and hold poses longer while decompressing pressure on the spine.

In addition to claiming strengthened back, core, and shoulder muscles, aerial yogis often remark on how much fun the practice is when compared to traditional forms of working out. Many students often report experiences of elation and improved moods during and after sessions.

Rising Goddess Fitness

At Rising Goddess Fitness, the classes emphasize rising—both literally and figuratively. In the literal sense, students often leave the ground behind, mounting hammocks during aerial fitness sessions and executing flips in advanced pole sessions. In a more figurative sense, founders Michelle Tenuta and Barb Cassidy have designed most of their classes in four-week sequences, so over time, students' confidence in their abilities rises. Each class builds on its predecessor, ensuring that by the end of the month, students have mastered something new. That could mean keeping the hoop aloft in a hula-hoop-fitness class, executing a flip in a pole class, or touching their belly button with their eyes closed in a belly-dance session.


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100% of 37 customers recommend

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  • “Fun class!”

  • “This place it really great. Everyone is super friendly and the classes are a lot of fun. If you want to try something new, give this a shot.”

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    Westmont

    208 E Chicago Ave.

    Westmont, Illinois 60559

    630-824-7485

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