In its constant attempt to stay fit, humanity has given in to such unfortunate workout trends as livestock lifting, Spazzercise, and mixed-martial charades. Embrace body and mind fitness that has withstood the test of time with today's Groupon to Samadhi Yoga Studio, located in Manchester. Choose between two options:
- For $39, you get one month of unlimited classes (a $150 value).
- For $20, you get three yoga classes (a $48 value).
For 10 years, Samadhi Yoga Studio has shepherded limb stretchers of all experience levels and mind-melding abilities within the climate-controlled confines of its eco-friendly studio. Samadhi’s instructors guide nimble-muscled students through a variety of classes offered seven days a week, including Ashtanga, power, restorative, and prenatal. The three-class offering provides a sample of the yoga picnic to young yogis, while the month-long unlimited class pass allows experienced practitioners and cognizant taffy the chance to perfect their stretch. Check the schedule for class times, and register online to secure your spot on the sustainable cork floor.
Samadhi Yoga Studio
For a decade, Anne and Matthew Falkowski have been transforming rookie stretchers into professional yogis. The lessons at Samadhi Yoga Studio usher guests, regardless of age, flexibility, or experience, into a community whose leaders emphasize the growth of bodily awareness. The 40 yoga classes per week encompass Beginners, Moderate, and Vigorous sessions, which gradually widen students' understanding of postures and breath work. Rather than spending hundreds of hours searching for inner peace in the national phone book, those yearning for further enlightenment can attend a 200- or 500-hour teacher-training program. The nationally certified curriculum has passed more than 150 graduates, steadily expanding the reach of its art to Manchester and beyond.
Though yoga is the main focus, Samadhi Yoga Studio rounds out its class roster with other dynamic offerings. Festive Zumba workouts showcase heart-healthy twirls, and specialized workshops combine yoga with other disciplines, such as dance and running.