Experts have concluded that the best way to lower stress is by not thinking about how stress can ambush you at any time when you least expect it, even while you sleep, and destroy your life, often in a clown costume with dental implements. Failing that, there's always today's deal: for $25, you get a punch card good for five yoga or Pilates classes at Studio 11, located in Tremont. All classes must be used within three weeks of attending your first class.
Studio 11's dedicated staff is committed to reuniting the feuding humors of body and mind through yoga and Pilates classes, facilitating inner peace, love, and snuggleability. A myriad of yoga styles—including ashtanga, hatha, and vinyasa flow—gets students bending and breathing like a choir of acrobatic alphorn players performing Billy Joel covers. Jivamukti combines hatha yoga taught in a vinyasa style with Sanskrit chanting and spiritual teachings, and relaxation yoga features a slower flow pace and 10–15 minutes of guided meditation. "Happy Hour" karma yoga (offered Friday at 6 p.m.) invites yogis of all skill levels to unwind sans alcohol or leeching. In addition to yoga, the studio offers Pilates; check the class schedule for both workouts.
Once the location of a Slavic community center, this spacious Tremont studio is housed in the beautiful, historic Lemko Hall, which steely-eyed viewers may recognize from an early stateside scene in The Deer Hunter. Tag and bag your own trophy sense of wellbeing with today's Groupon to Studio 11. Call to register for class.
This Groupon is not valid for workshops, special events, or with other offers.
- They have a very cool space. On top of that they offer a variety of classes, a drop-in option which affords flexibility, and a great variety of unique workshops. – Julie, CityVoter
- i love having studio 11 in the neighborhood. it offers a lot, and seems to change out schedules every so often for variety. try out one of the classes. i promise you won't be disappointed. – Kimberly K., Yelp
History pulses through Lemko Hall, a turreted brick building in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood. Over the past century, it has served as a saloon, a ballroom, and a movie set where stars Robert De Niro and Christopher Walken filmed a scene for The Deer Hunter in 1978. Nowadays, one of the space's tenants, Studio 11, channels an even older legacy: the yoga tradition of ancient India.
The studio's seasoned teachers impart moving meditations that have been passed down from generation to generation via careful instruction and epic games of telephone. Classical Hatha poses help yogis of all levels cultivate strength and flexibility as they learn to center their minds and control their breath. Students steep their minds in yoga's meditative qualities during flowing, breath-focused Vinyasa routines or explore the practice’s athletic side during Ashtanga sessions teeming with dynamic poses and vigorous thumb-wrestling bouts. Those seeking a more private yoga experience can engage in a Thai massage, in which a trained practitioner guides the body through assisted poses and stretches.
Yoga-inspired Pilates sessions revolve around centuries-old isometrics that promote balance and help chisel the core. Students seeking a full immersion in yogic history can enroll in studio-sponsored trips to India, which pair yoga classes with sunset meditations and spiritual discourses.
2337 W 11th St.
Cleveland, Ohio 44113Get Directions