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What You'll Get
Yoga, like an unmelted tuna melt or a lover's quarrel over how many marbles are in this jar, is often more satisfying when heated. Defrost mind-body transcendence with today's Groupon for one month of unlimited yoga at Fuel the Soul in Merrick ($149 value).
Fuel the Soul is an infrared-heated hot yoga studio that hosts multiple hot and cool yoga classes each week in its mirrored, toasty sanctuary. Body-benders can roast away up to 600 calories an hour—the equivalent of 72 goat-lifts—while boosting their strength and flexibility. Spandex-sporting pretzel impersonators can also twist at more tepid temperatures during unheated classes such as Vinyasa yoga and mat Pilates, or they can engage in a wellness-minded IntenSati cardio workout recently featured on Dr. Oz. Browse the schedule for a full listing of classes offered throughout the week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy multiple as gifts. New clients only. Must activate membership by 9/8/11, membership expires 30 days from activation date. Subject to availability. Must sign waiver. Addl charge for mat and towel rental. Must arrive 15 minutes early for class. Not valid w/other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fuel the Soul
A subtle heat spreads throughout Fuel the Soul, The muscle-melting energy seeps into muscles, coaxing tension away. This brand of heat comes from a system that emits infrared rays, capable of penetrating deeper into tissues and detoxifying the patrons. The heat emanates from lamps that, according to Greg, are identical to those used by surgeons in neonatal hospital units and fast-food line-cooks in NASA space vessels. Customers can reap the heat's benefits, which include a faster metabolism and easier healing, simply steeping in the far-infrared sauna.