Star athletes thrive during the peak of heated competition, which is why most college bowl games are held in volcanoes. Stretch the limits of your limbs with this Groupon.
$39 for One Month of Unlimited Hot-Yoga Classes (Up to $145 Value)
Seasoned teachers lead invigorating pose sequences in a hot room that facilitates deep stretches and toxin release. See the schedule.
_Though Fahrenheit Yoga Studio sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available._
Fahrenheit Yoga Studio
The founders of Fahrenheit Yoga Studio know that heat is a powerful agent of change. Here, layers of stress and self-doubt melt away as students stretch and balance in temperatures of 100 degrees or higher. Instead of warming the air with the fumes of a docile dragon, the studio uses far-infrared rays to heat the body directly. In addition to deepening stretches, the torrid temperature helps students to sweat out toxins. An air-exchange system refreshes the room with fresh oxygen, which is pumped through the body during yoga exercises to promote health and vitality. To help to prevent injuries, eco-friendly cork floors cushion joints during carefully crafted pose sequences that are taught by certified instructors with a focus on proper alignment. Suitable for yogis of all levels, the routines can boost flexibility and make the mind sharper than a nettle wearing a diamond tiara.
98% of 424 customers recommend
“Great environment with an even better staff! Arrive at least 15-20 mins before some of the classes to secure a spot.”
“Olga is wonderful! It had been a while since I had practiced and this was my best practice yet!”
“As far as hot yoga, or really yoga at all, I so prefer some place like this over some of the other Nashville options in which you're crammed in the room with 60 other...”
“As far as hot yoga, or really yoga at all, I so prefer some place like this over some of the other Nashville options in which you're crammed in the room with 60 other people and the instructor is flying through the routine. Everyone here is constantly closely observing you so that you're doing things correctly, thus getting the most benefit and avoiding injury. ”