Inner peace is like the Sasquatch—many people claim it's real, but most remain skeptical until the moment it seizes them while they're meditating on a mountaintop. Bring the bliss with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$25 for 5 drop-in classes (a $65 value)
$45 for 10 drop-in classes (a $120 value)
$85 for 20 drop-in classes (a $240 value)
Seasoned instructors lead a range of classes including flow-centric Vinyasa sessions for differing levels and Kundalini sessions, which center around meditation and simple, repetitive motions designed to flush toxins from the nervous system. In addition to yoga, they offer capoeira—an Afro-Brazilian regimen that culls moves from martial arts, sports, and dance. See the schedule.
Jai Yoga Arts
In a quiet, candlelit room, a line of students rest in lotus position, each focusing on his own breathing while benefiting from the relaxed yet energized atmosphere. At the end of the pose, the students stretch, roll up their yoga mats, and mill about, chatting and joking quietly. At Jai Yoga Arts studio, much of the fun of classes comes from this sense of community. Every other month, the space throws an infinity party, inviting students to meditate and ignite their sprits before dancing to DJ tunes and enjoying snacks.
By day, this hub of yogis of all experience levels is a sunny warehouse-style space with wide windows, wood floors, and exposed brick and ductwork. From early morning to late evening, instructors—including the experienced yoga teacher, one-time dancer, and upbeat owner, Ella Luckett—lead classes in the form of Vinyasa, Prana, and Kundalini. In addition to leading classes, they work to heal and relax muscles with a range of holistic massages and beat-boxed Yanni songs.
“my friend and i enjoyed catherine's all flow class on thursday night. also, was quite nice that tea was offered at the end of the class and students spent time...”
“my friend and i enjoyed catherine's all flow class on thursday night. also, was quite nice that tea was offered at the end of the class and students spent time sitting and talking. a great way to build community and meet new people.”