Yoga is unique in that it is the only medieval physical fitness art that does not involve firing crossbows at a grendel. Bend and stretch bloodlessly with today's deal: for $30, you get to take your choice of four yoga classes at The Dharma Room on Phillips Avenue. Buy two of today's Groupon and double your class time.
Spring, spreading across the earth like a caramel coating, and summer, peering haughtily from mountaintops, raise temperatures and people’s motivation to feel good, get in shape, and stretch muscles into lengthy stretches of relaxation and rejuvenation. The Dharma Room’s class options range from beginning yoga for inflexible neophytes to intermediate options for veterans as stretchable as fresh taffy. Start a morning with Good Morning Yoga, or unwind before the weekend with the 5:30 Friday Flow class. The schedule is flexible, with options available to even the most harried mail carrier.
Regularly practicing yoga can improve your quality of life by increasing muscle tone and flexibility, reducing stress, and stimulating weight loss. The dedicated instructors at The Dharma Room bring years of experience and buckets of motivation to guide your body and mind overhaul. Recruit the guys from your sewing circle or the ladies from your crocodile-wrestling club to join you on your journey across the yogaverse. Feed off the energy of friends to increase stimulation and add another friendly face into a sea of friendly faces.
The Dharma Room
Though The Dharma Room is a yoga and wellness studio, it often reverberates with the telltale sounds of a comedy club or a dentist's office with leaky nitrous-oxide containers. Owners Jill Johnson and Sean Gallup put a playful spin on the ancient practice during Laughter yoga classes, a style that mingles breathing exercises with spontaneous giggles. The sessions reflect an overall commitment to finding joy through the studio's yoga and holistic health services, which include massage, reiki, and meditation in addition to the class curriculum.
The Dharma Room's staff endorses acceptance of all guests regardless of experience level or age. Their workshops often stretch beyond the scope of traditional yoga, tapping into happiness reserves with tai chi and crystal-singing-bowl meditation.