Sometimes our dreams are within reach, but more often, those dreams are on the highest of high shelves, beside the BB gun and the cupcakes for tomorrow. Reach that shelf with today's Groupon to Santosha Yoga Studio in Cranston or Golden Road Acupuncture in East Greenwich. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get one 10 days of unlimited yoga classes at Santosha Yoga Studio (a $65 value).
- For $45, you get an exam and acupuncture session with Doctor of Acupuncture Leon Harris on Thursdays at Santosha Yoga Studio or Monday, Wednesday, or Friday at Golden Road Acupuncture (a $95 value).
At Santosha, stretchionados can build strength and increase flexibility while shedding stress accumulated in the bustling outside world. Within Santosha’s soothing abode, experienced instructors help groups of up to 20 students skillfully master strengthening poses such as downward dog, sleeping Vishnu, and omniscient narrator. Workplace stress-building exercises and profanity-laced run-ins with sassy copy machines melt away during Santosha’s classes in Kundalini yoga, amrit yoga, beginner yoga, and more. Santosha brings years of experience and buckets of motivation to guide body and mind overhaul in an environment focused on support, safety, and fun.
Alternatively, licensed practitioner Leon Harris—who is schooled in traditional Chinese medicine, eight extra vessel acupuncture, and five-element acupuncture—will consult with the patient to discuss ailments in need of healing and Wikipedia articles in need of updating. Doctor of Acupuncture Harris then inserts fine needles into strategic points on the body to alleviate pain, reduce stress, improve vitality, and strengthen the immune system.
Santosha Yoga Studio and Holistic Center
Santosha Yoga Studio and Holistic Center provides ancient yoga practices with modern context, creating unity between past and present. In doing so, the studio embodies union, or "the true meaning of yoga," as explained in Santosha's business philosophy. Holistic services, which include therapeutic massage and acupuncture, root out pain and promote openness. Yoga and fitness classes further support wellness to help patrons discover greater ease of movement. Although instructors do not require yoga students to chant during practice, they do encourage it and even provide resources on the topic. Transcripts and translations of common chants include call-and-response mantras and campfire kumbayas.