Yoga poses combine strength and elegance, much like an advanced suspension bridge or any grandmother. Bend without breaking with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for 10 yoga classes (a $120 value)
- $55 for 20 yoga classes (a $200 value)
- $65 for 30 yoga classes (a $320 value)
During 60- to 90-minute sessions, experienced instructors lead students through various styles of yoga, including Vinyasa, Hatha, and Candlelit Flow classes. In a rooftop garden, students receive complimentary organic green smoothies after each class. See the complete schedule.
Equilibrium is important in yoga, which relies on both mental and physical exercise. The instructors help balance strength and finesse, aided by the fact that they come from such varied backgrounds. The diverse group discovered yoga after playing traditional team sports, travelling in India, and practicing medicine. They recognize that no matter how often someone might meditate or practice postures in candlelight, which clients can do in hatha yoga or candlelit flow classes, occasionally, that same person wants to punch something. In that case, the studio’s kickboxing classes, which combine authentic fighting techniques with body-weight exercises and stretching, are an ideal option.
When the founders first envisioned what would become the Hale Holistic fitness studio, they already had balance on the brain and hoped to integrate agricultural self-sufficiency. To do this, they created an urban rooftop garden in the middle of the city, where they harvest organic veggies to create antioxidant-packed smoothies or make travelling cornucopia salesmen feel better about their job. Any produce that’s not straight from their rooftop, they’ve sourced from local, sustainable farmers. Because they’re so confident in the power of smoothies to improve health and pair with yoga, they give one to every client who attends a class.
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