Yoga challenges the mind and body without the violence and hurt feelings of full-contact chess. Steer clear of overaggressive pawns with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for 10 yoga classes (up to a $130 value)
- $39 for 20 yoga classes (up to a $240 value)
Certified instructors lead up to 38 students through a variety of yoga classes. Beginners Vinyasa and Ashtanga Basics acquaint newcomers with foundational poses, and more rigorous classes such as Jivamukti yoga and Vinyasa All-Level Flow offer physical challenges to even the most experienced yogis. See the full schedule here.
Buddha B Yoga
Owner and studio director Valerie Grange believes that you can "discover your true self through the healing power of a regular yoga practice and mind-body holistic therapies." She created Buddha B Yoga as a place where students of all experience levels can further their mental and physical well-being. Along with a team of diverse and experienced instructors, she leads students through various styles of yoga on the sunny studio's gleaming bamboo floors. In Vinyasa classes, students link continuous, flowing postures with the deep-breathing Ujjayi technique, or turn stiff muscles into pliable play-doh during Yin and Yang yoga's sun salutations. Demonstrating their passion for the earth, the staff promotes veganism and hosts workshops to raise funds to help rescue animals and spirit animals in need.
96% of 524 customers recommend
“Thumbs up on all aspects ;)”
“Great studio, nice vibe and great for people who have lots or no experience.”
“Get there early to secure your mat spot. I have only been there once and the instructor I had (Denese) made sure that you got a good practice but emphasized that it...”
“Get there early to secure your mat spot. I have only been there once and the instructor I had (Denese) made sure that you got a good practice but emphasized that it was your practice and was genuinely trying to help better your practice both in the class and outside the class as opposed to just leading you through poses.”