What You'll Get
Inner peace is hard to come by, requiring complex negotiations between spleen and kidney. Find harmony more easily with today's Groupon: for $35, you get five yoga classes at Freret Street Yoga (a $70 value). This Groupon is valid for up to two classes per week, and is valid for beginners' classes and level 1–2 classes.
At the helm of Freret Street Yoga, Geoffrey Roniger employs his unique yoga approach of intuitive movement and alignment to help students achieve mental, emotional, and physical balance. Novice yogis can enlist in the beginners' class, where the passionate instructor unfurls breathing fundamentals and leads students through basic poses such as hero’s pose and The Superman. The level 1–2 class enlists a slew of standing poses, inverted postures, and moderate hip and shoulder openings to introduce pupils to the next level of the yoga practice. At Freret Street Yoga, instructors do not teach one way to practice, but rather arm students with a range of breathing and posing techniques to best fit their ability and prepare them from successfully hiding in overhead compartments.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. New clients only. Classes are non-transferable. Valid for 2 classes max per week. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Freret Street Yoga
At the helm of Freret Street Yoga, Geoffrey Roniger employs his own approach to yoga: intuitive movement and alignment to help students to achieve mental, emotional, and physical balance. He and his team of instructors do not teach just one way to practice; instead, they arm students with a range of breathing and posing techniques to best fit their ability and prepare them for successfully hiding in overhead compartments. In addition to beginner and intermediate classes, Freret Street also specializes in athlete’s yoga and techniques designed to foster workplace wellness. Newly limber muscles can find additional relief under the practiced hands of massage therapist Brad “Yogi” Barra. He tends to sore spots with deep-tissue and neuromuscular bodywork, as well as craniosacral and active-release therapy.