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What You'll Get
Yoga was first introduced into the Americas by Benjamin Franklin, who used its flexion-based techniques to win an argument with a folding chair. Silence loudmouthed lawn chairs with today's Groupon: for $15, you a get a five-class pass to The Yoga Space in Berea (a $45 value). The Yoga Space rolls out the red mat to students of all levels, offering a variety of classes, all with tranquility and meditation at their core. The Yoga Space promotes a warm and welcoming environment, providing options for every level with gentle assists and alignment instructions to help you patch the gap between mind and body with the festive scraps of inner peace.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required. Must activate pass by 6/10/11; remaining classes must be used within 60 days of first class. Must sign waiver. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Yoga Space
The Yoga Space's instructors believe that all bodies, despite age and fitness level, can benefit from practicing yoga, inspiring aspiring yogis to bolster their minds and bodies with tranquility and strength. The instructors hold integrated yoga classes in which beginners and advanced students work side by side, bending and stretching into modified poses to suit their abilities. Class styles range from eclectic blends of several modalities to athletic Vinyasa sessions that focus on linking controlled breaths with a series of flowing postures. The studio's practice room fosters peaceful relaxation with calming earth tones and plenty of soft, natural light. An ethereal mural of a tree spans the room with curling branches dotted in blossoms, providing students with a soothing point of focus. The Yoga Space supplies mats for yogis without them, as well as any other necessary props, and students are welcome to bring a blanket to keep warm during extended periods of meditation or to build a blanket fort.