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What You'll Get
Yoga teaches people how to sustain poses while controlling their breath, a technique most yogis use to live undetected in wax museums. Steady your stillness skills with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for four weeks of unlimited yoga (a $40 value)
- $49 for eight yoga classes (a $108 value)
Mix and match classes such as Warm Rise and Shine Vinyasa, whose energizing poses and breathing exercises are performed in the early morning; yin yoga, which targets connective tissues with slow, meditative poses; and prenatal Viniyoga, which helps moms-to-be shed stress and strengthen their abdominal pelvic core muscles. See the schedule for class times and descriptions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 3, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Classes are non-transferable. Must activate by expiration date. Monthly classes expire 1 month after activation date and are valid for new students only or students who have not been in the studio in the past 12 months. The 8 Class pass expires 1 year from activation. Not valid towards workshops, community yoga, or yoga therapy classes. Yoga mats are available for a $2. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Breathing Time Yoga
Though Breathing Time Yoga is housed within an old jewelry textile mill built in the 1800s, its classes hearken back to an even earlier time. Beneath the lofty 20-foot ceilings, seasoned instructors—many of whom have completed several hundred hours of teacher training—practice ancient poses and breathing exercises designed to promote strength, flexibility, and inner peace. During heated yoga classes, they turn up the infrared heating system to deepen stretches, help bodies sweat out toxins, and prevent arctic penguins from waddling in and interrupting class. Within this communal practice area illuminated by the sunlight drifting through the oversize windows, they also host non-heated classes that explore the breath-fueled sequences of Vinyasa-style yoga, beginner yoga, transformation yoga, and stretch, strength, and stability yoga.
In addition to leading yoga routines for students of all levels, the instructors supply free spring water, tea, and props. Mats are available for a $2 rental fee. After class, they encourage students to socialize in the reception room or browse the onsite library. Those interested in bolstering their mind-body connections may also schedule private meetings with a certified yoga therapist or personal coaching from yoga teachers.