What You'll Get
Professional bobsled teams shave seconds off their time by breathing in unison and leveraging flexibility during turns. Master the techniques necessary to defeat hardened gangs of bobsled criminals with today's Groupon: for $29, you get unlimited hot yoga classes for a month (up to a $145 value) at Moksha Yoga in Dartmouth.
The Moksha yoga discipline combines therapeutic hot yoga and the basics of traditional Hatha yoga for a strengthening, toning cardiovascular stretchout. The heated room allows for deeper stretching and increases sweat to detoxify the skin, blood, and muscles. Knowledgeable instructors ensure that participants of all skill levels can tap into the powers of yoga, so even the least stretchable beginners can enjoy the body bending benefits. Next time life hands you lemons, cunningly trade them for a yoga mat (available for rental) and an emotionally supportive goat, and check out a 60-, 75-, or 90-minute session at Moksha Yoga.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must activate classes by 8/7/11, classes expire 1 month from activation date. New members only. Must provide own mat; mats available for rental at studio. HST included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Shanti Hot Yoga
Within Shanti Hot Yoga, heat flows from radiant-heating panels and mirrors reflect glowing wall sconces as students bend and flow through postures. Led by certified instructors, classes conform to Shanti Hot Yoga’s values, using the 60- to 90-minute sessions to help students to be healthy, accessible, and peaceful. With a focus on community and eco-awareness, the instructors lead classes for all experience levels, offering help to students who have accidentally super-glued themselves to the cork flooring. The heated studio helps to deepen stretches, and classes provide benefits such as decreased stress, improved posture, and the ability to control the urge to smash buildings when enraged.