What You'll Get
A sun salutation, unlike a bath of corn flakes or a shouting match with the neighbourhood rooster, is a healthy way to start the day. Learn to greet the dawn with grace using today's Groupon: for $39, you get a 10-class pass at Hot Yoga Winnipeg (a $120 value).
Hot Yoga Winnipeg’s body-bending classes stretch and tone students of all ages and skill levels with 26 postures performed in a sauna-like room. Seasoned instructors lead participants through a 90-minute Hatha yoga workout as balmy temperatures prompt a cleansing sweat that helps purge bodies of harmful toxins. The workout also builds strength, balance, and flexibility so that students can taunt smug Hummel figurines for their rigidity. Budding yogis clutching the 10-class pass (a $120 value) can rent mats and welder’s goggles on-site if they don’t have their own.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. New clients only. Non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hot Yoga Winnipeg
At Hot Yoga Winnipeg, there's no such thing as a class for advanced students only. The instructors of every hot-yoga session welcome total beginners and returning students alike, guiding them through the same series of 26 poses. Adhering to the 90-minute sequence might sound monotonous, but the mix of Hatha-style stretches continually challenges yogis of all body types and skill levels. As the heat enables them to flex more easily, each stance prepares their relevant muscles to attempt the follow-up position, thereby progressively exercising the entire physique. While working out, sweat helps detoxify the body, leaving visitors feeling refreshed and content.
In addition to hot-yoga classes, the teaching team leads a number of course variants. Meditative music overlays the transitions of Hot Hatha, whereas Hot Core sessions focus on longer holds, building students' abdominal strength without making them wear brick-filled fanny packs. Those who wish to expand their repertoire further can take on the 84 asanas of the Hatha yoga class, which showcases several manoeuvres outside of the standard 26-pose series.