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What You'll Get
Yoga challenges the mind and body without the violence and hurt feelings of full-contact chess. Steer clear of overaggressive pawns with today’s Groupon to Rivers Edge Yoga. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get five PiYo or yoga classes (a $40 value).
- For $29, you get one month of unlimited yoga classes (a $60 value).
Rivers Edge Yoga's trio of attentive yoga [instructors](http://www.riversedgeyogalouisville.com/meet-our-teachers.html) guides students during seven different strengthening and restorative [class styles](http://www.riversedgeyogalouisville.com/class-descriptions.html) [six days a week](http://www.riversedgeyogalouisville.com/schedule.html). Those new to yoga dip their toes into the shallow end with a gentle Hatha class, learning foundational physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation techniques. Experienced yogis can plunge headfirst into stretching-savvy sessions such as the reggae Vinyasa class, in which pupils work through a series of flowing postures while Caribbean tunes liven the room. Like its proud and stretchy parents, Pilates and yoga, PiYo sweat sessions help students build long, lean muscle and improve flexibility during a fast-paced floor workout. Yin yoga provides limbs with deep stretches, with each seated pose held for up to five minutes at a time to help prevent injuries and promote a healthy mind, body, and spirit animal.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must redeem 5 PiYo/Yoga Class option in full by 4/1/12 and within 60 days of initial class. Must activate Unlimited Month option by 4/1/12, expires 30 days from activation date. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rivers Edge Yoga
Julie Keel first fell in love with yoga while practicing poses and overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This fusion of yoga and the outdoors, she felt, deepened her connection between the mindfulness of each breath and her body's movements. Since founding Rivers Edge Yoga, she has helped her clientele seek that same link through both outdoor and indoor yoga classes. With class types from Yin to Hatha, her instructors emphasize combinations of challenging poses, breathing exercises, chanting, and meditation. The studio's Yoga In The Park classes—which start in the fall—give yogis a chance to flirt with trees while in tree pose and heckle begrudged hares while in tortoise pose.