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What You'll Get
Hot yoga can only be performed in a temperature-controlled studio or a car that's been sitting in the mall parking lot all summer. Get hot with this Groupon.
- $20 for 20 hot yoga classes ($230 value)
Click here to view the class schedule, as well as class descriptions. Students will need a mat and towel for class. Mats can be rented for $2 or purchased for $15; towels can be purchased for $6. Students should arrive 15-20 minutes early, and Arrichion recommends new students arrive 30 minutes early for their first class.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 10, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. New customers only. Limit one 20-class pass per customer. Must sign waiver. Must activate pass by expiration date on your Groupon; pass expires 60 days after activation date. Valid only at Raleigh location. Must arrive 30 minutes before class time. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Arrichion Hot Yoga
Growing up in a family of competitive wrestlers, Quinn Reynolds paved her own road away from the sport. She diverted from her father and brothers by pursuing swimming, ballet, and soccer, the latter of which won her a scholarship to the University of Illinois. When she began hot yoga, however, she realized that she was destined for a career on the mat after all. She completed her certification and brought her flexing expertise to Arrichion, a training facility for wrestlers and mixed martial artists where her specialized classes challenge yogis and help to round out the workout routines of seasoned athletes—including the wrestlers on her dad's team.
In class sessions named after different gemstones, Quinn and her team of instructors emphasize approachability and sound technique. They refrain from potentially distracting practices such as chanting or applying mascara to third eyes during the purposeful flow sequences and core-tightening stretches. The hybrid Tiger's Eye class even begins with a fighter's circuit-training component, lending credence to the gym's claim that "real fighters do yoga."