Going to a training center is a safe way to work out, unlike doing pull-ups on a streetlight or fighting public-disturbance charges. Lift lawfully with today’s Groupon to Qi, valid at the City Park, Downtown Denver, Edgewater, Lowry, and Qi Ryders locations. Choose between the following options:
For $49, you get a punch card for 10 fitness classes (up to a $150 value).
For $55, you get a one-month combo membership (up to a $140 value). The membership includes the following items:
- Unlimited access to the training centers
- Unlimited fitness classes
Qi’s seasoned instructors bolster bodies, minds, and spirits during group workouts that pair cardio and strength training with yoga poses and meditation exercises for a full-body workout. At Qi Yoga Sculpt classes, students tone arms and torsos with dumbbells and weight-bearing yoga poses. Instead of attempting a tree pose on a unicycle, exercisers can build balance at QiCycle-Yoga classes, which safely blend a half-hour of spinning with 45 minutes of energizing asanas. Blending cardio and strength straining, QiSpin-Barre raises heart rates with a 30-minute bike ride and then stretches and tones muscles with 45 minutes of ballet-barre exercises. Unlike the moon’s aerobics classes, Qi’s Kinesis workouts use the meditative movements of full-gravity fitness equipment to unite resistance training with mindfulness.
The resulting roster of fitness classes— which earned Qi a second- and third-place spot on 5280’s 2011 readers’ choice awards for Health Club/Gym and Yoga respectively—blends spin, barre, yoga, and weightlifting into combinations that galvanize muscle and minds. The commitment to healthy living extends beyond the training centers, with community programs, such as the free running club, a group that meets regularly to jog through City Park, Congress Park, and local Thanksgiving dinners.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Qi a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.
Though Qi sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.<p>
The owners of Qi pool their experience to design innovative, unique exercise classes. Leading a staff of personal trainers and experienced instructors, the club maintains meditative training studios where yoga and cycling fuse in courses such as QiCycle-Yoga, and Qi Ryders, which uses RealRyder bikes.
The resulting roster of classes have earned Qi a second- and third-place spot on 5280's 2011 readers’ choice awards for Health Club/Gym and Yoga respectively. Such classes include Qi Yoga, a unique focus on core energy and muscular strength, and QiCycle-KORE, a cycling program blended with a bootcamp workout. The commitment to healthy living extends beyond the gym, with community programs, such as the free running club, a group that meets regularly to jog through City Park, Congress Park, and local Thanksgiving dinners.