Inner peace is like the Sasquatch—many people claim it's real, but most remain skeptical until the moment it seizes them while they're meditating on a mountaintop. Today’s Groupon brings the bliss: for $39, you get one month of unlimited classes at Sisters Yoga (a $130 value). Sisters Yoga is a primarily female yoga studio (two coed classes are offered per week), making this Groupon a game-changing gift for yourself or for the woman in your life who's seeking the serene solitude she's not getting from your totally awesome Firefly fan fiction. And if you choose to extend your membership beyond the month covered in this deal, Sisters Yoga will waive the enrollment fee.
During a month of unlimited yoga at Sisters Yoga, students can sit in on and stretch their way through a number of different classes. The Chill Out yoga class is ideal for beginners, with its Carrot Toppy encouragement to use props to assist poses and movements, while Happy Hour! orders up a music-filled round of fun yoga aimed at reducing stress, increasing flexibility, and controlling breathing cycles. Shake up the Etch-A-Sketch of your mind and body during the Mind/Body Mixer Yoga class, which uses traditional yoga techniques and introspective awareness to synchronize the body and brain like qi-filled tin cans connected by a soothing string. Men can participate in the two weekly Yoga Blend Happy Hour classes. Scheduled classes take place on all seven days of the Gregorian week, and only seven of the eight days in a Beatles-ian week.
A fleet of fully certified flexers and figure-focusers serve Sisters Yoga as instructors, while the studio's vibrant colors and open space give students a Technicolor tranquility generally afforded only to candies living inside of Easter eggs. Buy extra Groupons to loosen up any recently de-petrified caryatid companions with a little movement-based meditation at Sisters Yoga.
A small but loyal constituency of Google Mappers give Sisters Yoga a best-kept-secret-worthy four or five stars.
- Been to lots of yoga studios and this one's the best - fun music, great instructors, awesome variety of classes and special events, comfortable setting, fabulous clothes. Love the philanthropic emphasis, too! – e6htnw9
- If you are hesitant to try yoga because of the common stereotype of what yoga is, trust me...going to one of the Happy Hour classes will change your mind completely. :) – Jo
People escape the stresses of everyday life in many ways, such as reading, watching movies, or donning Groucho Marx glasses and sneaking out of their car during rush hour. The team of instructors at Sisters Yoga leads female yogis through an alternative take on traditional yoga. In addition to the limb-stretching postures and focused breathing commonly associated with the art, instructors infuse each class with up-tempo R&B, pop, and world music, creating an atmosphere that’s equal parts celebration and meditation.
In addition to their regular series of classes, Sister Yoga also leads Christian-inspired Holy Yoga as well as monthly dance and meditation workshops, and private yoga parties.