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What You'll Get
Sun salutations are a necessary ritual that keeps our solar body from growing angry and burning libelous graffiti on the Hubble telescope. Help keep cosmic peace with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one month of unlimited adult yoga classes (a $90 value)
- $109 for three months of unlimited adult yoga classes (a $270 value)
- $149 for a three-month parent and child summer combo class pass (a $350 value)
The studio’s schedule includes welcoming, family-friendly classes that range from fun sessions ideal for adult beginners—such as Yoga 1 and Yoga Basics—to more intensive adult sessions, such as Vinyasa or Open Level. With the third deal option, parents choose an adult-sized session and drop off one little one for a children’s class at the same time. On Saturdays, kids aged 7–10 learn the fundamentals of yoga, including strength, balance, and coordination, through traditional poses as well as games and art projects. On Sundays, children aged 4–7 sing, play, and caper about with their tiny peers in order to get comfortable with poses on adorable little yoga mats. Both classes introduce youngsters to the playful art of yoga in interactive sessions designed to focus and challenge developing bodies and minds.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. New customers only. Classes must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Harlem Yoga Studio
Harlem Yoga Studio makes the ancient art accessible to yogis of all kinds. In its environment of relaxing deep breathing and playful stretches, which has received acclaim for its unique classes, moms and dads work through mountain poses with their kids during family sessions, and plus-sized patrons build flexibility in full-figured yoga.
Led by New York native and doula Laurel Katz-Bohen and former soccer player Erica Barth, the impassioned instructors spread their yogic teachings during studio sessions. Light floods the bamboo-floored space as toddlers caper across tiny yoga mats or prenatal yogis learn belly-dancing with instructors drifting about to offer individualized adjustments and challenging Full House trivia questions in the various classes.
Skilled yogis drop into Vinyasa Flow sessions, where students explore smoothly cascading transitions and gale-strength exhalations, incorporating dynamic strengthening poses into the style's assorted bends and twists. Workshops and outreach programs bring yoga practices into the community, some focusing on a specific style and others examining how to use yoga to help classmates and colleagues work more peacefully and effectively together.