Hot 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 Groupon to Wellness Forum Hot Yoga in Worthington. Choose between two options:
- For $34, you get a one-year membership to Wellness Forum (a $69 value).
- For $35, you get one week of unlimited classes, plus five drop-in yoga classes (an $85 value). 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.
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. 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.
The health benefits of taking yoga classes can be swept away with an unbalanced diet, loss of motivation from lacking support, or cupcake binges. A one-year Wellness Forum membership helps maintain a body free of the telltale signs of overconsuming frosting. The supportive health network gives members access to body-bolstering both in-person and through online content, including the basic health-building Wellness 101 course, ongoing conference calls, webinars on various health topics, and a members-only website featuring recipes, educational videos, and famous Winston Churchill quotes about fitness.
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.