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What You'll Get
Ancient yogis were famed for their ability to live in solitude, to exist in peace with nature, and to turn into raccoons whenever they were near a garbage can. Transform yourself into a beacon of stretchy peace with today's Groupon to Santosha Yoga Studio in Cranston. Choose between the following options:
- For $45, you get one month of unlimited yoga classes (a $99 value).
- For $35, you get a 60-minute Thai yoga therapy session (a $70 value).
The staff at Santosha seek to bring their visitors a sense of contentment and respite from the world through the practice of yoga. The schedule features daily classes helmed by experienced instructors and tailored for novices and full-fledged yoganauts alike. Thai yoga therapy is performed by a certified massage therapist and takes place on a yoga mat in a quiet treatment room with soft lighting and tranquil music. This soothing session combines postures from yoga, rhythmic muscle pressure from massage, and acupressure techniques to soothe the mind, body, and second brain. Santosha's clean, naturally lit space maximizes feelings of peacefulness to a level normally only achieved by listening to a dove play Enya's greatest hits on piccolo.
Santosha Yoga Studio has been featured on The Rhode Show:
Although reviews are still growing for the studio, three Yelpers give it a perfect five-star average:
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate Unlimited Class membership by 3/31/11, membership expires 1 month from activation date. Thai Yoga Therapy by appointment only. Mats included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.