Yoga prevents your mind and body from feuding, which may result in stress, general aches, and sour-jaw. Today's Groupon to Namaste Yoga Studio gets you eight yoga classes for $25 (normally $75) to use anytime within 30 days—that's about $3 per class. Supplement your newfound fitness routine with Namaste's weekly free community class every weekend.
Owner and instructor Adrienne Reed, host of national public television's Power Yoga: Mind & Body, and her team of certified and experienced instructors are yogi vigilantes looking to keep you safe from improper form. They inspire you to challenge your body and mind, and their easy-to-follow instruction sets beginners on the right path and gives practiced yogis a refresher course.
Whether you want to stand taller, bend over backwards, open a pickle jar duct taped to your back, or just put a little grease in your creaky knees, Namaste has a class that can meet your needs (this Groupon is only good for Namaste's yoga classes). Take advantage of the basic (perfect for yoga newbies) and flow (each pose moves seamlessly into the next) classes, as well as specialized classes such as hot flow (practiced in a 95-degree room), gentle yoga (perfect for the elderly or those looking to restore their muscles after injury or trauma), deep-stretch yoga (focuses on strengthening connective tissues), and power/fitness yoga (a high-intensity class designed to help you get in shape). Check out the weekly schedule for class times.
- Fantastic studio with a wide range of classes...Owned by Adrienne Reed who hosts a daily yoga show on PBS. Her classes are great! – Holly S., Yelp
- You get to meet people from all walks of life, from working professionals to single mothers...The studio is always clean, warm, and comfortable. Every time I leave a class I feel as if I just had a massage. – MARINA, Yahoo! Local
- It has such a peaceful atmosphere and the teachers are wonderful! I have taken classes with 3 instructors and have enjoyed them all. I really like how each has a certain style and what they bring to it to make it different. – Lauren C., Namaste website