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What You'll Get
Only the most seasoned yoga instructor can tell the difference between a student correctly performing cat pose and one who simply borrowed the form from his or her spirit animal. Hone your human flexibility with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get 25 yoga classes at American Power Yoga (up to a $313 value).
The instructors at American Power Yoga blend yoga, kung fu, tai chi, and meditation in a series of workouts designed to bolster physical fitness and bodily awareness. A staff of a dozen instructors helms a schedule comprising mostly yoga classes, each of which can corral up to 40 students of all skill levels. Instructors stoke studio temperatures up to 85 degrees, which keeps muscles warm throughout sessions, even if newbies need to break during a difficult stretch or momentary attack of spandex phobia. For more advanced students, the instructors of APY flow dole out minimal instruction to leave room for seasoned yogis to improve their focus and work on building their personal practice. APY conditioning sessions incorporate martial-arts moves, weights, and jump roping to prime the body physically, making them an ideal complement to the mental benefits of yoga or a bachelor’s degree in brain teasing.
Though American Power Yoga sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Must activate by 08/15/12, classes expire 90 days from activation date. Not valid if used services in past year. Not valid for private yoga sessions. Classes are non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About American Power Yoga
Many people can point to a pivotal moment in their life when their perspective and path were forever changed. For American Power Yoga (APY) founder Kurt Johnsen, that moment was the death of his mother. Though it was a terrible time, his bio states that it was "also the exact moment that I understood how to live." Johnsen had always been an innovative entrepreneur—he created his first company at the age of 12 and was recently named the CEO of a major DNA-analysis company—but after his epiphany, he began dedicating his life to helping people find health and happiness.
In 2001, Johnsen and his sister created the APY system. He drew from close to two decades of yoga and martial-arts training, including Brazilian jiu-jitsu and tai chi. He also holds a fifth-degree black belt in the Lightning Fire Mountain system of Tibetan martial arts, which, like hosting a bake sale for charity, requires compassion and self-discipline. Johnsen has hosted numerous episodes of the internationally televised Yoga for Life show and produced a number of successful videos. His Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Power Squad Bod! Body Slimming Yoga DVD, for example, was named the Best Yoga for All Levels video on Fitness magazine's list of the Best Workout DVDs of 2009.
At his newly expanded studio, Johnsen and his instructors use a variety of methods to strengthen body and mind. Their classes incorporate heated yoga, dance techniques, and many forms of marital arts to give participants of all skill level the ultimate workout. The team also offers soothing therapies including Thai massage, acupuncture, and sauna sessions.