What You'll Get
Yoga awakens the body and spirit, allowing yogis to forecast oncoming weather, traffic patterns, and un-winning lottery numbers, such as "four" and "peanut." Obtain pretzel-like prescience with today’s Groupon: for $21, you get three classes and 20% off your next class pass (a $45 value) at The Yoga Bar, located in the Central Business District on Main Street. The 20%-off pass is valid for single classes, class punch cards, and monthly unlimited packages. This Groupon is good for new and existing clients to The Yoga Bar.
The Yoga Bar provides a placid oasis for pursuing rejuvenation and full-body health. Students recovering from injury, looking to strengthen their cores, or having difficulty reaching honey hams wedged behind refrigerators will benefit from limb-stretching classes offered on a convenient schedule. A skilled staff guides participants of all skill levels thorough stress-melting sessions of gentle Yin yoga, breath-focused Vinyasa yoga, or sun-salutation-structured Ashtanga yoga. Soak in the relaxing atmosphere as you’re soothed by the whitewashed hues of the contemporary space, and cap off sweaty sessions with a visit to the yoga bar, which slings healthy drinks such as Kombucha and coconut water.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Non-transferable. 20 percent off not valid toward private lessons. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Yoga Bar
In the heart of Cincinnati’s business district, work ends and play begins. Here, at The Yoga Bar, bodies and minds bask in a vibe that’s both festive and calming, like a piñata brimming with ocean waves. Helmed by Rachel Roberts—an instructor who has trained in India, Bali, and Europe—this studio explores international yoga traditions such as Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and Yin. Teeming with bends, balances, and other physical challenges, classes fill students with energy rather than draining it away. Healthful beverages such as kombucha and coconut water flow from a mahogany bar, hydrating drinkers as they take on ancient yoga poses and modern, Pilates-inspired movements. On Friday nights, classes blossom into yoga socials where live music, tarot-card readings, and fashion trunk shows punctuate deep-breathing exercises. In addition to shepherding students toward metaphysical wellness during group and private sessions, Rachel leads yoga retreats in exotic settings such as Bali’s beaches and the moon’s bowling alleys. Between classes and retreats, Rachel makes mantra-inspired jewelry and serves as a community ambassador for Lululemon Athletica.