What You'll Get
In its constant attempts to stay fit, humanity has given in to such unfortunate workout trends as livestock lifting, Spazzercise, and mixed-martial charades. Embrace body and mind fitness that has withstood the test of time with today's Groupon: for $549, you get one year of unlimited yoga classes at YogaOne Studios’ Travis Street location (a $1,100 value).
Experienced instructors fluent in a variety of yoga techniques guide students of all skill levels as they foster slim, flexible frames with body-bending poses drawn from Vinyasa, Forrest, and Jivamukti traditions. YogaOne’s hot-yoga studio heats up to a toasty 105 degrees to intensify stretches and thoroughly cook over-easy eggs. During 60- and 90-minute hot-yoga sessions, participants alternate between gentle and vigorous poses as toxins flee their bodies through sweating pores.
YogaOne rolls out a schedule of flow classes that encourages pupils to team deliberate movement with conscious breathing exercises. Bodies swim through fluid movements during a 60- or 90-minute course with a slow-paced workshop vibe in a historic former grocery store that sports polished bamboo floors and poltergeists of stock boys past.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate by 6/27/12, classes expire 1 year from activation date. New clients only. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About YogaOne Studios- Bellaire Location
Instructors at YogaOne Studios tout training in disciplines that range from gentle hatha yoga to fast-flowing vinyasa yoga, weaving together poses from these disciplines in 60- and 90-minute hot-yoga classes for students of all levels. During the active flow class, instructors draw techniques from Baptiste Yoga, Forrest Yoga, and other vinyasa traditions, leading students from one posture to the next in a continuous flow. Alternatively, during the yoga-for-athletes sessions, instructors lead students through slow-paced poses that emphasize deep stretches, full breaths, and realistic sloth impersonations. In an effort to deepen practitioners’ relaxation, flexibility, and detoxification, they heat their practice rooms to between 80 and 105 degrees. Following these sweat-inducing sessions, students can enjoy access to multiple showers, changing rooms, and purified water.