Yoga improves the lives of its practitioners through the peace of a clear mind, the strength of disciplined muscles, and the stretchy arms that let them hug six people at once. Achieve the love of loosened limbs with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get five classes at Addicted to Yoga in Chino (a $65 value). Addicted to Yoga’s light-filled studio presents an inviting backdrop for warming up hamstrings with a downward dog or stretching triceps with an upward fist pump. Yogaholics are free to select from a well-stocked rack of classes designed to cater to all interest and experience levels. Practice the controlled breathing and flowing motions of classic Ashtanga yoga, tone wayward core muscles during the Pilates-fusion Yogalates course, or twist bodies into the shape of devil horns during a power-chord-filled session of Rock 'n’ Yoga.
Five Yelpers give Addicted to Yoga a perfect five-star average:
- The instructors are wonderful and help you with the poses. The classes definitely helped me relax and gain more flexibility. – Tina A.
Addicted To Yoga
At Addicted To Yoga's two locations, seasoned yogis map out more than 45 weekly yoga and Pilates classes, each designed to liberate practitioners of stress and tension. Yoga, a workout utilizing smooth sequences of breath and movement, naturally lends itself to socialization during group classes divided according to each patron’s ability to fight someone wearing the same ankle warmers. Introductory yoga sessions fill the studio with the sounds of calm exhalations as guests begin to learn the ropes, and more advanced classes focus on boosting strength and introducing more complex poses. Meditation classes weave gentle yoga into a time of tranquility, and Pilates classes tone specific problem areas.
At the Chino studio, students fan mats across hardwood floors in two yoga rooms, each drenched with sunlight like a cat napping on an orbiting meteor. After healthy bites and conversation in the courtyard, pupils spill into a separate Pilates room stocked with reformer machines. At the freshly erected Rancho Cucamonga location, which looks out upon nearby mountains, Asian blooms complement warm-hued furnishings. Staffers at both locations extend a helping hand to the communities that sustain them with free classes for members of the armed forces, low-income families, and other groups.
13751 Roswell Ave.
Chino, California 91710Get Directions