Yoga in Whitehall

10 or 20 Hot Yoga or Barre Classes for First Time Customers at The Hott Spot Extreme Wellness (Up to 65% Off)

The Hott Spot Extreme Wellness

Bridgeville

$120 $42

Bodily toxins and stressors wilt inside a 95-degree yoga studio while fat burns away and range of motion improves

5, 10, or 20 Yoga Classes at Stretch Yoga Studio (Up to 56% Off)

Stretch Yoga Studio

Mount Lebanon

$55 $25

Move through Vinyasa poses inside a small, slightly heated studio where an instructor offers personal attention for students of all levels

One or Two Months of Unlimited Hot Yoga Classes at Totally Yoga (51% Off)

Totally Yoga

Pittsburgh

$100 $49

Heated Vinyasa yoga can build strength and boost weight-loss efforts in a studio with candlelight and scented oils

10 Yoga Classes, or One or Two Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Hot Dog Yoga, LLC (Up to 66% Off)

Hot Dog Yoga, LLC

Pittsburgh

$100 $43

Hatha, Power Flow, and Vinyasa classes held in a heated yoga studio

$30 for $60 Groupon — Kaylyn Sciarretti Yoga

Kaylyn Sciarretti Yoga

Bethel Park

$60 $30

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One or Three On-Location Private Yoga Lessons for Six (Up to 70% Off)

Healium

On Location

$120 $39

Practice yoga in the comfort of your own home—or a friend's—with guidance from a seasoned instructor during 45-minute sessions

Premium Yoga Classes, Including Indoor Standup Paddleboard Yoga, at Loughner Yoga (Up to 77% Off)

Loughner Yoga

Monroeville

$75 $19

Premium yoga classes, including indoor standup paddleboard yoga, help calm the mind while boosting strength and flexibility

5 or 10 Aerial-Yoga Classes at Alison Biondi's Gymnastics, LLC (Up to 61% Off)

Alison Biondi's Gymnastics, LLC

Irwin

$70 $29

Aerial-yoga classes combine yoga poses and acrobatics, giving students a core-strengthening workout

Three Fitness Classes from Sri Yantra Yoga Studio (64% Off)

Sri Yantra Yoga

Houston

$36 $13

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10, 20 or One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at JG Yoga and Wellness, LLC (Up to 68% Off)

JG Yoga and Wellness, LLC

Latrobe

$100 $45

Hone balance, flexibility and strength while mastering breath control during relaxing classes

10 or 20 Belly-Dancing or Yoga Classes at Evolve Wellness Center (Up to 66% Off)

Evolve Wellness Center

Zelienople

$100 $39

In a noncompetitive, encouraging atmosphere, students of all skill levels practice Power Yoga or step-by-step belly-dance choreography

$13 for $24 Groupon — Solace Yoga Loft

Solace Yoga Loft

Indiana

$24 $13

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5 or 10 Group Fitness Classes at Eos Whole Fitness (Up to 54% Off)

Eos Whole Fitness

The Calvin Center for the Arts

$35 $17

Chair yoga helps those who can't get on and off the mat easily; Zumba torches calories or keeps kids active; hot yoga releases toxins

One or Two Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Release Yoga (Up to 52% Off)

Release Yoga

Akron

$99 $49

Yoga students build strength and flexibility; more than 35 classes offered per week

One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes or Five Yoga Classes at Yoga Center (Up to 53% Off)

Yoga Center

Akron

$120 $59

Yoga studio leads mixed level Iyengar classes, which are most concerned with bodily alignment

$60 for a Three-Month Gym Membership and One Personal-Training Session at Xtreme Fitness ($150 Value)

Xtreme Fitness

Green

$150 $60

Members have 24-hour access to the gym facilities and equipment; personal trainers guide clients in their quest to accomplish fitness goals

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Studio owner Claire's yoga journey began at her middle school's book fair, where a book about yoga caught her eye. On a whim, she took the book home and used it to help her begin at-home practice. Her dedication to the mind-body stayed with her through high school and college, where she wound up majoring in advertising and marketing. After spending some time in the ad field as a professional, she had an epiphany: she didn't believe in anything strongly enough to justify selling it, at least as not as much as she believed in yoga. With a nudge from her supportive husband, Claire decided to combine her passions for business and yoga by obtaining her 200-hour teaching certification and purchasing Yoga Innovations.

Today, Claire and her seven fellow yogis help guide students of all experience levels to greater fitness and healthier lifestyles via challenging and nurturing yoga sessions and core-bolstering Pilates classes. She specializes in power Vinyasa flow, which shepherds students through a series of difficult poses in 90+ degrees, and unheated prenatal yoga—a variation designed to help pregnant women mindfully battle the aches, pains, and pickle-juice cravings associated with pregnancy.

102 Broughton Rd
Bethel Park,
PA
US

Dominique Ponko sits at the head of the class, leading yogis through muscle-lengthening postures with the steady flow of her deep, rhythmic inhales and exhales. It’s been a long journey for Dominique. She first sought out yoga at the age of 26 to help her cope with life-threatening seizures and a slow-growing brain tumor. Yoga comforted her through three difficult years, welcoming her into a space for healing spiritually before she was able to find the proper medicine to help her heal physically. Though still a little shaky, Dominique has triumphed and opened four yoga studios—voted Best of the ‘Burgh in 2010—to inspire her students to ease their ailments, build strength, and find inner peace.

During her studio's heated Vinyasa-flow classes, an enthusiastic and supportive instructor guides students through a series of strengthening postures that work to increase flexibility and build muscles. Warm, balmy air courses through the studio, pricking beads of sweat on brows to help detox bodies and loosen stiff muscles into deep, soothing stretches.

5433 Walnut St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Rebecca Rankin and Lisa Lau came out of college prepared to be an architect and an engineer, respectively. Today, they own Bikram Yoga Squirrel Hill. Their goals haven't changed much, though—Rebecca specializes in the architecture of the human body, and Lisa studies its engineering, teaching students how to bend and breathe during each 90-minute class.

These classes are held in a studio heated to around 105 degrees. But newcomers to the practice needn't worry—as the space's website says, "The heat is not there to make it tough, it is there to help." As participants move through the 26 asanas, or postures, of Bikram yoga, the heat loosens up their muscles and encourages a detoxifying sweat, allowing for deeper stretches and a smoother post-workout slip-and-slide ride. Rebecca, Lisa, and their fellow instructors limit their class sizes to better personalize their guidance, and welcome guests of all skill levels to attend any session.

1701 Murray Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Yoga H'om's instructors continually encourage students to push the limits of their abilities by patiently introducing new skill sets to beginners and challenging seasoned yogis to perfect advanced maneuvers in a safe and supportive atmosphere. Teachers encourage their pupils to develop at their own pace and learn from one another during all-levels classes, which include Vinyasa-style Yoga Flow sessions, where attendees link one pose to the next with transitional movements that require intense focus and balance. During gentle yin yoga classes, beginning, injured, or physically disabled students can ease into mild stretches with the use of props, and experienced pupils can use the meditative session as an opportunity to wind down following vigorous flow classes. Regardless of the style, instructors in each session emphasize mindful breathing techniques and conclude with a period of deep relaxation that lasts just long enough for attendees to shake that song that has been stuck in their head.

7053 Steubenville Pike
Oakdale,
PA
US

Moonglow Yoga's team of certified yoga instructors guides students through a collection of heated and nonheated classes to hone strong bodies and minds. The studio's schedule boasts classes for students of all experience levels, including beginners Vinyasa classes, in which newbies learn foundational poses, breathing techniques, and how to weave baskets from sticky mats. Teachers dial the studio temperature up to a balmy 95 degrees during Hot Vinyasa sweat sessions, challenging savvy stretches with advanced poses such as half moon, wheel, crow, and robot.

534 W Otterman St
Greensburg,
PA
US

Although Lifesource normally dedicates itself to the age-old practice of yoga, occasional age-appropriate exotic-dance workshops shimmy their way onto the class roster. Instructor Jessica Rawson began teaching at Lifesource in 2009 and has 28 lunar rotations, or two years, of private pole-dancing and exotic-dance lessons under her belt. During the course of the two-hour workshop, Jessica will take the pole's helm and instruct participants in a variety of exotic dance techniques, from pole dance and lap dance to strip-tease techniques and cheeky burlesque moves. Although participants will wear their clothing, the techniques can be easily applied to garment-free activities at a later time. As your inner seductress makes her way to the surface, you'll build confidence and engage rarely used muscles, sometimes resulting in day-after pangs of soreness and a self-assured saunter.

133 Ghent Rd
Fairlawn,
OH
US