Caring for your body is a task that knows no end, much like counting all the stars in the night sky or shaving Mount Rushmore. Bolster your health with today’s Groupon to Kneading Serenity. Choose between the following options:
- For $27, you get a punch card for 5 yoga, Pilates, or kettlebell classes (up to a $55 value).
- For $54, you get a punch card for 10 yoga, Pilates, or kettlebell classes (up to a $120 value).<p>
Kneading Serenity’s fitness instructors lead a diverse selection of group workouts to center minds and cultivate strong torsos and long, lean limbs. The weekday lineup includes Hatha and Sivananda yoga classes, where students practice flowing from one pose to the next with controlled, balance challenging movements that increase flexibility and focus the mind to exile stress to an intergalactic black hole. During one-hour kettlebell sessions, pupils lift and swing cannonball-shaped weights to work at chiseling abs as they directly tone biceps, triceps, and shoulder sinews by tossing around the be-handled tool. Students run through a routine of time-tested isometric movements to the sound of instructor encouragement in Pilates classes, extending, crunching, and holding muscle groups to sculpt cores and develop holistic fitness to benefit any long-term exercise regimen. Instead of attending drop-in classes, fitness-seekers may contact the studio and gather four or more friends or one peppy octopus for private workouts tailored to their fitness goals.
Though Kneading Serenity sometimes offers a discounted rate online, this Groupon still presents the best deal available.
Kneading Serenity Massage and Wellness Center
Though salsa dancing is her preferred method of winding down after a stressful day, Christine Zolman understands that some people desire a more traditional approach to relaxation. The massage therapist and owner of Kneading Serenity Massage and Wellness Center has formulated an extensive list of spa treatments that she and her multitalented team—a fellow therapist and several yoga and Pilates instructors—draw on to extinguish chronic pains and promote overall wellness.
As a certified massage therapist for more than a decade, Zolman can capably soothe muscles with Swedish, prenatal, and sports techniques. For an experience not often found on other spas’ menus, try the specialty esalan massage, which combines long strokes with acupressure, gentle rocking, and stretching to sculpt deep musculature. Yoga and Pilates classes meet five days a week and allow clients to heal their own bodies in sessions scaled to their abilities.