Inner peace is like the Sasquatch—while many people claim it's real, most remain skeptical until it seizes them while meditating on a mountaintop. Today’s Groupon brings the bliss: for $50, you get one month of unlimited yoga classes at O2 Yoga (a $105 value). Your Groupon is good at both locations: South End and Somerville. Classes are offered for all skill levels at both studios seven days a week. Check upcoming classes in South End here and Somerville here.
At O2, advanced Yogi Bears can reach the uppermost plateau in an advanced-level power class, while beginning Boo-Boo's can dip stiff toes into the peaceful, limbering world of yoga for the first time with a basic class. Those falling in the in-between can develop the strength and flexibility necessary to tame the tiger that refuses to leave their kitchen by dropping into an intermediate class. O2 also offers classes in ashtanga-style yoga, if you're looking for a change of pace from the classic flow of vinyasa.
Regularly practicing yoga can improve your quality of life by increasing muscle tone and flexibility, reducing stress, and stimulating weight loss. The dedicated, engaging instructors at O2 bring years of experience and buckets of motivation to guide your body and mind overhaul. Recruit the guys from your sewing circle or the ladies from your crocodile-wrestling club to join you on your one-month journey across the yogaverse with O2 Yoga.
- I have been a member for about a year and I rarely walk away from a class feeling unfulfilled. The classes are challenging and tailored to experience. The instructors are kind, humble, and talented and vary the classes (in terms of progression of poses) excellently. – amh12, Citysearch
- When I first started practicing there, I was a bit anxious about trying something new, but the teachers at o2 made me feel completely comfortable. My experience at o2 has been 100% positive and is strongly recommended to anyone who wants to begin or build a strong physical and mental practice! – lolarun0, Citysearch
- I love this place. I've never had a bad teacher. – tinyyogini11, Citysearch