When The Beatles returned from India, they brought with them tranquility, sitars, and the ability to stretch their hair past their shoulders. Reach here, there, and everywhere with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for 10 Aerie Yoga classes (up to a $200 value)<p>
Dangling from suspended, low-laying hammock-like apparatuses, yoga students practice inversions and other poses that limber up physiques and build strength during aerial yoga classes. No experience is needed; click here for a class schedule.<p>
- $39 for six weeks of aXelero Cross Training Sessions (a $189 value)<p>
The coed cross-training classes are available Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 a.m., Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m., and Saturdays at 8 a.m. In addition to strength training, participants receive nutritional guidance and food journals.<p>
According to Aerie Yoga's feature in the Roseville Press Tribune, instructor Kendra wanted a "more playful and fun" approach to yoga and fitness. After some careful thought and planning, she decided to outfit a studio with hammock-like apparatuses, which she now uses to help trainees master all manner of poses and inversions. The apparatuses—which can turn physiques fully upside-down—allow students to stretch deeply, and also offer support to those who can't perform yoga due to ailments such as arthritis.
Aerie Yoga welcomes students of all ages and experience levels to test-drive this unconventional approach to fitness. And in that spirit, they aim to create a laidback atmosphere where light chatting and falconry calls are just as welcomed as silent meditation.