Yoga emphasizes seamless transition between poses, a skill set adopted by the Navy to teach cursive flag semaphore to its sailors. Spell out serene stances with today’s Groupon to Stroga. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get 10 yoga and fitness classes (a $150 value).
- For $65, you get 20 yoga and fitness classes (a $250 value).<p>
The manifestation of yogi and gym owner Doug Jefferies’s fitness convictions, Stroga blends principles of yoga and strength training to form a workout regimen that plays out in a multi-studio facility. Students of all skill levels can find a suitable class amid the center’s 12 styles of yoga, beginning with a Yoga Fundamentals course that demonstrates the importance of mastering the basic poses and not starting rounds of “The Song That Never Ends” during class. Hatha classes move through asanas to slowly and evenly work the muscles, and Power Flow suspends advanced students in poses for extended lengths of time. A separate strength-training studio houses such traditional fitness classes as AB-Domination, a 30-minute workout that stimulates the back and abdominals to strengthen and stretch the core. During the Kettlebell Fundamental Skills class, exercisers throw themselves into arm swings, squats, and presses that tone muscles and send confusing messages to aliens who communicate by sweating.
Stroga’s studios sprawl out within the L’Aiglon building, an early twentieth-century construction accented by stained-glass windows and extensive woodwork. Inside the immense yoga studio, ivory chandeliers drip from an intricately carved ceiling of the same hue, and periwinkle walls alternate with floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe yogis in natural light. An azure ceiling painted with puffy white clouds tops the open-concept fitness area, which accommodates group classes for up to 20 students or up to one massively over-stuffed teddy bear.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Stroga a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.
Stroga Strength and Yoga
Stroga Strength and Yoga is the perfect name for Doug Jefferies’ fitness studio, as his goal is to help clients reach optimal levels of wellness through a combination of strength conditioning and yoga. They offer numerous classes for all skill levels, from fundamental and hatha yoga to fitness classes such as group strength training, TRX, cycling, Zumba, and kickboxing.
The studio sprawls out within the L'Aiglon building, an early 20th-century construction accented by stained-glass windows and extensive woodwork. Inside the immense yoga space, ivory chandeliers drip from an intricately carved ceiling of the same hue, and periwinkle walls alternate with floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe up to 100 yogis in natural light. An azure ceiling painted with puffy white clouds tops the open-concept fitness area, which accommodates group classes for up to 20 students or up to one massively over-stuffed teddy bear.
96% of 285 customers recommend
“The strength training is super sweaty but has a great vibe. ”
“Jess is a fantastic yoga teacher!”
“Nice employees and atmosphere. Great classes!”
1808 Adams Mill Rd. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20009