Astronauts regularly practice yoga to stay limber, modulate their breathing, and control their crippling fear of being eaten by the moon. Emulate the habits of cosmic pioneers with today’s Groupon to Wellness Forum Hot Yoga in Worthington. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a hot-yoga package (an $85 total value) that includes the following:
- One introductory week of unlimited hot-yoga classes (a $15 value)
5 hot-yoga classes (a $70 value)
- For $60, you get a hot-yoga package (a $145 total value) that includes the following:
- One introductory week of hot-yoga classes (a $15 value)
10 hot-yoga classes (a $130 value)
- For $34, you get a one-year Wellness Forum membership (a $69 value).
Wellness Forum Hot Yoga’s instructors shepherd students through 26 rigorous postures amid a studio space heated as high as 105 degrees with 40% humidity. A humidifier, along with the studio’s rare miniature supernova, keep temperatures high through each of the 90-minute classes, bombarding students with cleansing waves of heat, which unfurl knotted muscles and evict toxins from the nearest sweat gland. As students sink into the deep stretches, heat keeps the muscles pliable, helping stave off injury while boosting flexibility to near-Jello-jiggler levels.
Outside the yoga studio, Wellness Forum promotes holistic well-being with a one-year membership that includes dietary guidance and health advice. The 10-hour Wellness 101 program examines the scientific basis of nutrition and health, and includes a curriculum book, DVDs, and temporary affirmation tattoos for each day of the week. After giving students information on cooked versus raw foods and beneficial dietary supplements, Wellness Forum provides ongoing guidance such as monthly conversations with experts as well as weekly conference calls and workshops that cover such topics as cancer prevention and healthful cooking. Additionally, each member gets access to an exclusive website brimming with salient resources and accessible only by displaying the secret handshake.
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.
510 E Wilson Bridge Rd.
Worthington, Ohio 43085