Yoga challenges the mind and body without the violence and hurt feelings of full-contact chess. Steer clear of overaggressive pawns with today’s Groupon to The Yoga Factory in Westerville. Choose from the following options:
- For $24, you get 5 yoga classes (a $75 value).
- For $35, you get 10 yoga classes (a $110 value).
- For $65, you get 20 yoga classes (a $220 value).
The Yoga Factory’s team of dedicated instructors mind shepherd yoga students as they strive toward holistic wellness with seven different class styles accommodating all fitness levels. The studio’s robust schedule presents pupils with ample opportunities for learning and improvement, including a Beginning Yoga session, in which fledgling flexers absorb foundational poses on their first dates with yoga mats as teachers encourage proper alignment and deep, conscious breathing. As natural light filters into the studio through frosted, warehouse-style windows, rigorous Yoga Groove sweat sessions combine aspects from gentle Hatha and more challenging Vinyasa traditions to create an energetic flow of postures that gradually accelerates to strengthen large muscle groups and increase flexibility. The Stretch and Refresh class focuses solely on helping athletes and more rusty tin vagabonds increase flexibility with gentle stretches that can help reduce the rick of injury, increase blood flow to the muscles, and domesticate wild spirit animals. Prospective yogis may attend classes on a drop-in basis: advance reservations are not required.
The Yoga Factory
If Mother Nature could design a building, it might look something like The Yoga Factory. Sunlight and bird song filter through frosted-glass windows. Trees dapple the walls with shadows and breezes rustle their leaves as the humans inside the studio draw their own deep breaths. Experienced instructors siphon inspiration from this natural beauty, filling the space with enough low-toned chants to befriend even the shiest bullfrog. Under their guidance, yogis of all levels build strength and flexibility during alignment-focused Hatha and Vinyasa classes. The temperature rises to 88 degrees for Hot-Yasa sessions, loosening tight muscles as students practice back bends, arm balances, and inversions atop matted floors. To help yogis hold poses for extended periods of time, teachers may incorporate props such as blocks and blankets during calming restorative routines.
In addition to melting stress with yoga classes, The Yoga Factory helps exercisers torch calories with boot camps. Upon request, personal trainers can tailor workouts to goals such as losing weight, increasing strength, or finally besting an overly aggressive boxing shadow.