What You'll Get
Bikram yoga became popular after a study concluded that the high heat was the main reason grandpas normally emerge from gym saunas feeling relaxed, limber, and totally nude. Experience the benefits of warmth without wishing for a blindfold with today's deal: for $35, you get one week of unlimited classes (a $15 value), plus five drop-in classes (a $70 value), at Wellness Forum Hot Yoga in Worthington (a combined value of $85). This Groupon is valid for new students only. After attending the first drop-in class, students must use their remaining drop-in classes within five weeks.
True to its simplistic name, Wellness Forum Hot Yoga cranks the thermostat to a warm, humid, and detoxifying temperature designed to burn body fat, loosen stiff muscles, and flush out toxins. During each 90-minute hot-yoga class, the studio's trained instructors lead a looped series of 26 flowing poses, pushing well-warmed student bodies to forge new, flexible frontiers while maintaining rhythmic deep-relaxation breathing. After just a few flowing sessions, mentally limber students at Wellness Forum Hot Yoga can expect healthier-looking skin and occasional bouts of endorphin-induced giggles. To make the most of the heat-seeking experience, first-timers should arrive 15 minutes early with beach towels and yoga mats (rentals available for $1), plus water in their bodies, their bottles, and, if applicable, in any unattended at-home aquariums.
All participants must sign a waiver prior to their first class
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. New students only. Must use all 5 classes within 5 weeks of first class. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Wellness Forum Hot Yoga
Hippocrates said, "Give me a fever and I can cure anything," referring to the body's ability to detoxify and burn away infection through sweat. With the same philosophy, Wellness Forum Hot Yoga maintains a classroom temperature of 105 degrees with 40% humidity to coax deeper stretches, reduce the risk of injuries, and strictly enforce their no popsicles in the studio rule. The instructors aim to provide a fun, sweating, and inspiring experience, helping students get in shape while gaining overall well-being and inner peace.