A sun salutation can help you have a stress-free morning, especially after failing to explain daylight-savings time to the neighborhood rooster. Greet the dawn gracefully with this Groupon.
$39 for One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes (Up to $150 Value)
A diverse selection of yoga classes taught by veteran teachers is available to students of all levels at Reflections Yoga. The beginner-friendly Bare Bones Basics and Foundations classes teach yoga fundamentals such as breathing and step-by-step poses, and classes such as Yin yoga and Restorative yoga focus on quiet meditation and mind-body-spirit alignment. Check the schedule for class times. Students receive a 15% discount.
Reflections Center for Conscious Living and Yoga
Even though it has “yoga” in its moniker, Reflections Center for Conscious Living and Yoga is much more than just a studio for studying the ancient Eastern practice. Led by its founder Paula Tursi, the relaxation emporium beckons visitors to its ground floor studio for a slate of wellness offerings that focus on connecting the mind, body, and spirit without using a cosmic lasso. In addition to studying yoga, visitors can attend healing workshops, bask in massage services, and transform their lives through spiritual counseling and life coaching.
96% of 25 customers recommend
“this is a very warm and inviting yoga studio. I recommend it wholeheartedly!”
“The instructor - Jonathan/Foundations 1/2 - was extremely supportive of our learning, both the yoga poses and the fundamentals and of spirituality. I absolutely...”
“The instructor - Jonathan/Foundations 1/2 - was extremely supportive of our learning, both the yoga poses and the fundamentals and of spirituality. I absolutely recommend taking a class with him. The studio has a really refreshing boheme vibe to it, in a good way, like it resonates more of a spiritual and communal space than an exercise spot. I'm really grateful Groupon and Reflections ran this promotion, and am going back today - and all month! ”
“Wonderful staff and studio wish I lived closer so I could attend classes more often.”