People holding yoga poses typically seek self-discipline and control, whereas those holding yoga posters just want Sting's autograph. Find peace while standing still with today's Groupon to Agni Yoga Studio in Mayfield Heights. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a four-class pass (a $55 value).
- For $60, you get one month of unlimited yoga (a $140 value).
The experienced instructors at Agni Yoga Studio guide students through a flowing schedule of yoga classes designed to ignite a lifelong love of mind-and-body fitness. The deep stretch class incorporates ample twists and joint-opening poses at a relaxed pace, while a power yoga class synchronizes movements with breathing styles to help release toxins and prepare students for a career in the balloon-based aerial arts. Hatha yoga focuses on strength, flexibility, and more in a 73- to 77-degree setting and a variety of Vinyasa classes are a great way to stay toned and limber while temporarily storing worldly worries in a drawer with knickknacks, spare change, and shrunken heads. Meanwhile, a gentle yoga class is ideal for a beginner with its blend of breathing techniques, basic yoga postures, postural alignment, and yoga philosophy.
The natural light, tile, and wood floors of Agni Yoga Studio combines for a relaxing environment conducive to exercise, healing, and beautiful Christmas-card photos. Students are invited to stay after class for a mug of Ayurvedic tea and perusal of the studio's library, or just rub elbows with like-minded benders eager to celebrate their recent reunion with the backs of their knees.
Agni Yoga Studio
Agni Yoga Studio's yoga instructors and therapists strive to create a safe, inclusive space that fosters personal transformation and growth through yoga, massage, and other holistic-therapy treatments. Vinyasa, Hatha, restorative, and athletic or challenging flow classes challenge both the body and the mind with physically demanding postures and meditative techniques that help practitioners calm even the most skittish spirit of animals—the sasquatch. Students seeking more individualized attention can bend and stretch in a private yoga therapy session, in which instructors adapt the practice to suit the client's needs. Further molding patrons into their peak form, massage therapists employ their own techniques to ease tension in muscles and minds.