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What You'll Get
Practicing yoga increases breath awareness, which is why yogis compose all barbershop quartets. Get in harmony with yourself with today’s Groupon: for $39, you get one month of yoga, tai chi, and meditation classes at 4th Avenue Yoga (a $120 value). The one-month pass can be used for one class per day.
4th Avenue Yoga’s host of yoga, tai chi, and meditation classes promise a soothing, challenging environment in which students can center wandering minds and improve holistic wellness under the watchful eye of the studio’s passionate gurus. Yoga classes provide both physical and mental stimulation, with students arching and bending during Hatha yoga sessions that employ sustained postures to bolster core stamina and traditional breathing techniques to heighten self-awareness and kazoo skills. Vinyasa yoga students explore invigorating sequences that challenge the body without sacrificing the inner calm that accompanies synchronizing breath and movement. Tai chi sessions help practitioners remove roadblocks along the chi’s metaphorical superhighways, encouraging the free flow of life energy. Instructors tailor all sessions to accommodate students of all experience levels by simplifying the exercises or challenging seasoned stretchers with tricky modifications and multiplication flash cards.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate by 4/16/12, Classes expire 1 month from activation date. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 4th Avenue Yoga
Car horns, like distant banshees. Thrumming traffic. The clatter of lawn mowers. All the sounds that fill everyday life fade away on the sand-hued cork floors of 4th Avenue Yoga. Instructors guide students of all skill levels through yoga, meditation, and tai chi, all of which seek to focus the body on conscious breaths and graceful balance. Candles flicker against the exposed-brick walls, bringing the rough texture to life, and a warming system kicks into action to start hot-yoga classes and end long, pointless stories told by eskimos.