What You'll Get
The more flexible one becomes, the easier it is to Rockette-kick volleyballs into space and limbo past height restrictions on children’s carnival rides. Achieve premium pliancy with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get two weeks of unlimited classes (a $40 value) at Bonda Yoga in Great Neck.
A fleet of certified instructors coupled with a stretchy bevy of more than 30 heated and nonheated classes await yogis of all abilities inside Bonda Yoga's soothing and inviting studio. Beginning benders can expand their asana vocabulary with beginners flow, which helps students develop traditional poses and breathing techniques, while malleable masters can test the limits of elasticity with warm Vinyasa flow, a more demanding, faster-flowing class held in a space heated to 80–85 degrees—the optimal temperature for sweating out toxins, upping flexibility, and igniting a baked Alaskan with your mind. Take a more relaxed approach to yoga with the gentle-restorative and meditation classes, or build flexibility and perfect form during a prop-based principles of alignment class.
Natural light pervades Bonda Yoga's spacious studio, adorned with earth-toned walls and accented by tranquil candlelight and colorful paintings, making it a calming environment to relieve stress or practice your shadow puppets. Check out the schedule for class times and dates.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New students only. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bonda Yoga
Finding your passion in life can be a journey, a lesson Bonda Yoga co-owner Alexandra Marks learned as she took a six-year trek from the world of marketing and communications into the world of yoga. The odyssey ended with her opening Bonda Yoga, a boutique, two-room studio boasting a full schedule of yoga classes for beginner to advanced students. Along the way, Alexandra joined forces with co-owner Laurie Ahlemann to combine their passions and yoga studios. Now, the yogic duo and 17 other instructors, most of whom have taught all over the world, help to reenergize clients with Vinyasa, prenatal, and restorative yoga classes as well as meditation, reiki circle sessions, and massage therapy. Youngsters can even join in the bending and stretching fun as they touch their toes and practice poses that resemble their favorite geometric shapes during noncompetitive kids' yoga classes.
While kiddies stretch, parents can peruse Bonda Yoga’s boutique retail area brimming with essential oils, yoga clothing, and Jade yoga mats. Free mat storage is available, as well as rentals for students who left their towels or third chakra at home.