Clever yogis created hot yoga to decrease stress on muscles and joints while simultaneously reheating last night's lasagna. Practice multitasking with today's Groupon to Wellness Forum Hot Yoga in Worthington. Choose between the following options:
- For $34, new clients get a one-year Wellness Forum membership (a $69 value).
- For $35, new clients get an introductory week of unlimited hot yoga classes, plus five additional hot yoga classes for use within a five-week period (an $85 total value).
Wellness Forum Hot Yoga's affable instructors guide students through balmy yoga workouts, which help to minimize injury, detoxify the body, and promote overall health. During ninety-minute sweat sessions, students sweat out stress in a 105-degree room with 40% humidity as they work, methodically as a robotic sheepdog, through 26 poses. New students can claim one unlimited week of hot yoga, to try out morning, afternoon, and evening sessions with various instructors. Newbies unaccustomed to steamy sweat sessions can use the unlimited week to acclimate to the heated yoga studio, which Wellness Forum Hot Yoga says may take from one to several 90-minute classes. After the unlimited week of hot yoga, students spread five additional drop-in yoga classes over a five-week span to tweak form, sweat out stress, and revisit favorite poses. The sessions' intense heat and healing poses can help purge the body of toxins through copious sweating, so students come to class equipped with two towels, water, and a yoga mat, though the studio offers mats for rental as well.
Alternatively, new students may opt for a one-year membership to the studio's Wellness Forum. The one-year 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.