People holding yoga poses typically seek self-discipline and control, whereas those holding yoga posters just want Sting’s autograph. Find peace while standing still with today’s Groupon to Mind Body Balance in Monroe. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get five yoga classes (a $50 value).
- For $90, you get 90 days of unlimited yoga classes (a $297 value).<p>
Mind Body Balance’s owner and fitness aficionado, Kimberly Searl, guides a team of skilled instructors as they help students sculpt more streamlined physiques with a varied schedule of yoga classes. Inside the breezy studio, aspiring yogis unfurl provided mats and stretch using eco-friendly cork yoga blocks as natural light gleams. During the one-hour beginner yoga, students build balance, flexibility, and bodily awareness with fundamental Vinyasa poses facilitated by conscious breathing and subconscious bursts of applause. Pupils with more experience can polish challenging inversions in advanced-beginner yoga or lengthen limbs and torsos with backbends in 90-minute intermediate yoga. Alternatively, chair yoga incorporates low-impact seated poses to help restore mobility for seniors and pupils recovering from injury. Dedicated to creating a peaceful, welcoming atmosphere, Mind Body Balance quenches parched palates with complimentary water and caps classes at 20 students to ensure individualized attention and well-contained games of duck, duck, goose.
Although Mind Body Balance sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Mind Body Balance
Kimberly Searl was always active as a child, but a horseback-riding accident stole her ability to move from her. Even though she was able to eventually move again, she was still haunted by the pain and began taking painkillers and muscle relaxers. It wasn’t until she discovered yoga that she was able to ditch the meds and once again explore movement without pain. She coupled her yoga with Pilates, which strengthened the parts of her body weakened by the injury. The results inspired her to start her own studio—Mind Body Balance was born.
Today, she and her team of instructors helm both yoga and Pilates classes for students of all stripes. They particularly focus on reintroducing movement into typically sedentary lifestyles, such as those of pregnant mothers, senior citizens, and carbonite-bound intergalactic smugglers.