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Reviewed September 12, 2012
What You'll Get
From Napoleon's great crab walk through Europe to J. Robert Oppenheimer's discovery of nuclear fission by kissing his own elbow, victory has always gone to the most flexible. Overpower enemies with today's Groupon: for $30, you get one month of unlimited hot yoga (up to a $100 value) at Hot Yoga House in Goodlettsville.
Harnessing temperature and tranquility into a potent one-two punch of fitness, Hot Yoga House’s convenient schedule of classes offers options every day of the week. Bring holistic health to a beleaguered federation of limbs with a fluidity-centered hot-yoga flow class (75 minutes), toning core strength Vinyasa class (75 minutes), or the upbeat Shake your Asana class (60 minutes). A relaxing, rattlesnake-free atmosphere features lustrous wood floors and vibrantly colored walls that pleasantly offset the experienced instructors, who tap each participant’s natural stretchiness to unite the body and mind like a ferociously fit Frankenstein. Cycle through a variety of stress-shedding poses while showing off an enviable Stretch Armstrong impression with today’s Groupon to Hot Yoga House.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Must activate by 9/29/11. Valid for 30 days after activation. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 as gifts. Reservation required. Not valid with other offers. Not valid before 9/30. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hot Yoga House
True to their studio's name, the staff of Hot Yoga House strive to immerse guests in a comfortable, homey atmosphere. The instructors host classes for all experience levels that bathe bodies in 95- to 100-degree heat, and they complement the warm temperatures with compassionate teachings. Each instructor brings their own character to the sessions, which follow the Barkan method of yoga mixed with elements of Vinyasa and meditation. They blend these styles to help students cultivate strength, flexibility, and personal growth, a feat normally only accomplished by doing handstands on top of a hardcover copy of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Modern Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding.