Core strength is one of the fundamental tenets of health, alongside flexibility and never eating thumbtacks unless they are safely encased in wax. Sharpen your physique with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for 5 yoga or Pilates mat classes (a $65 value)
- $49 for 10 yoga or Pilates mat classes (a $120 value)
- $79 for 20 yoga or Pilates mat classes (a $220 value)
Certified instructors lead yoga classes for all experience levels, including Prana Flow Vinyasa yoga, which focuses on breath to balance life-energy for vital living. They also teach Pilates mat classes that work to lengthen and strengthen the core with moves taught in the traditional method designed by J.H. Pilates. To see a class schedule, click here.
Over her 15 years as a fitness instructor, Ananda Shala's owner, Aimee Firor McBride developed a special passion for yoga and Pilates. Her love of the practice led her to India, and into the studios of renowned teachers such as Shiva Rea during her more than 500 hours of teacher studies. She draws upon this experience as she helms a coterie of certified instructors who lead groups through classes and workshops. On hardwood floors flooded with natural sunlight, instructors guide students through Prana Flow Vinyasa yoga for all levels, hot yoga in an 80- to 90-degree room, and meditation classes.
In addition to yoga, instructors also teach Pilates, including mat classes, sessions that integrate weights and strength training, and machines that help lengthen and strengthen muscles. During private sessions they help students work on individual needs or master a specific technique such as folding laundry with their feet. Corporate workshops help business people soothe their minds during stressful situation, and special events such as yoga parties and classes for kids and teens explore yoga in a fun environment.
97% of 130 customers recommend
“We love Ananda Shala they offer great classes with wonderful teachers!!”
“Fabulous...just what the body and soul needed.”
“They are really friendly and laid back. evening classes tend to be much busier than morning, however Morning classes are much longer.”