A frozen Tootsie Roll is no good, but that same confection becomes sultry and limber when warmed inside a closed fire-fist. Today's Groupon applies these principles to muscles with three yoga classes and a one-hour deep-tissue massage at Source Yoga Center in Fishers for $35. A potpourri of 20 classes a week gives busy yogis plenty of opportunities to connect their bodies to their breathing before somebody else does.
Many know yoga's positive effects on tendons, ligaments, and general well-being, but few delve into the specifics of how yoga benefits a person's epiglottis and liver-bones. Source Yoga Center brings together a talented ensemble of certified instructors who practice yoga with an emphasis on graceful, flowing movements to induce physical and spiritual alignment. Classes take place in a large and spacious tranquility chamber with smooth wooden floors and pacifying aquamarine walls. When you arrive for your first class, you'll be registered to drop in for your two remaining sessions. You'll also get a chance to schedule your hour-long deep-tissue massage, which further rewards the body for all of its proactive yogaing through relaxing manipulations that increase blood flow and eliminate knottedness.
While we still have the freedom to claim our own soul-vessels, we have the freedom to flex them and stretch them toward peak elasticity. A limber physique and a soothed temperament can salve any latent Super Bowl pangs and rake away the chilly tail end of winter.
- The owner and instructor Janie Gunn is awesome!! She has been doing this for many, many years. I love her classes, her grace, style and devotion to teaching the proper techniques of yoga. – jyllrenee, CityVoter
- Source Yoga has the most amazing instructor I've ever had. Rosa O'Connor is a gentle, soft spoken master... – sedine, CityVoter
- They are awesome, accommodating, challenging, and they bring the thunder!!! – theheavyd, CityVoter
Source Yoga Center
Source Yoga Center's Janie Gunn has logged more than 1,800 hours of teacher training with many renowned yogis. All this experience pays off during the classes she leads with several other talented instructors at her studio, which just celebrated its 10 year anniversary in October 2014. She and her fellow instructors tend to keep the pace of the exercise slow but the postures challenging, offering adjustments to each student throughout class to help them get the most out of their workout.