What You'll Get
A sun salutation, unlike a bath of corn flakes or a shouting match with the neighborhood rooster, is a healthy way to start the day. Learn to greet the dawn with grace using today's Groupon to Half Moon Yoga in Franklin.
- For $6, you get one drop-in class (a $15 value).
- For $25, you get a four-class pass (up to a $56 value).
- For $40, you get one month of unlimited yoga or Pilates classes
(up to a $100 value).
The pliable instructors at Half Moon Yoga help to instill balance and wellness in each budding yogi through a daily array of traditional and specially designed yoga classes. With unlimited access to the studio's tranquil confines, students can explore the benefits of early-morning flow and Vinyasa classes, which utilize a continuous flow of poses to eliminate deep tension caused by accidental eye contact with your doppelgänger. The Ananda sessions integrate positive affirmations for students to focus on while going through gentle bodily maneuvers, and the Pilates classes center on developing a strong central core, which is particularly beneficial to elderly and athletic students as well as those trying out for their school's contemplating team. Half Moon Yoga's specialty classes include prenatal yoga—designed to help calm, empower, and inspire expecting mothers—and recovery yoga, which uses techniques designed to unleash the body's natural healing properties.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate 1-month pass by 12/9/11, pass expires 1 month from activation date. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. Classes non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Half Moon Yoga
Robbie Michelle Short holds three titles at Half Moon Yoga: owner, certified instructor, and spiritual chef. She tries to whip up "spiritual food" to accompany each of her lessons, dispensing sage quotations or morsels of philosophy that inspire her students. This emphasis on personal peace infuses the entire studio, where the curriculum incorporates a meditative element into numerous yoga disciplines. Teachers weave stories of serene imagery during Blissful Flow classes and segue from ashtanga's salutations to dynamic poses without sacrificing introspection. Their workshops—which include seminars for beginners and walking meditation through Aspen Grove Park—also balance the focus between physical and emotional training.
The studio accepts yoga students of all skill levels and supplies guests with the necessary props, mats, and sunglasses for auras that glow too brightly. In addition to their classes, the staff hosts a variety of energy treatments, from reiki to Indian champiassage—a soothing type of bodywork for the neck, back, and shoulders.