Sweating is your body's natural way of staying cool and tricking farmers into giving you free lemonade. Let your body do the work with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for 5 yoga classes (a $60 value)
- $45 for 10 yoga classes (a $95 value)
- $39 for a one-month pass for unlimited yoga classes (a $90 value)
Prepare for class by wearing comfortable clothes, such as an athletic top with yoga shorts or capris. Arrive 10 minutes early with a yoga mat, a large towel, and plenty of water. You may also rent or purchase these items from the studio.
Classes last between 40 and 90 minutes and run from the early morning to the late evening. Click to view the class schedule.
Prior to opening a yoga studio, Aaron Ledesma had spent over a decade as a professional baseball player—playing for teams including the Mets and the Tampa Bay Rays. This grueling career resulted in a back injury, and it was while recovering from surgery that Aaron first encountered yoga. Impressed with the healing benefits, he made the decision to retire from baseball and take a hot yoga training course instead.
At Yoga 365, Aaron is joined by his wife Karen, who combines her background in psychology with classic yoga techniques to cultivate a deep mind-body connection. The duo—along with a roster of talented instructors—lead 60- to 90-minute classes from the early morning to the late evening inside an airy, modern studio. During classes, the rooms are heated up to 105 degrees to help detoxify the body and loosen muscles for deeper stretches. Should clients like to unwind or untangle, they can step inside a private treatment room for a soothing massage or chakra balancing. The gender-specific locker rooms have showers for post-class primping, along with amenities including shampoo, conditioner, and hair dryers. Yoga 365 also offers nutritional counseling and muscle response testing.
99% of 117 customers recommend
“If you are new to hot yoga - defiantly take it slow and ease your way into it. The poses are wonderful and the instructors are great, but the heat definitely takes...”
“If you are new to hot yoga - defiantly take it slow and ease your way into it. The poses are wonderful and the instructors are great, but the heat definitely takes some getting used to!”
“Excellent experience,all very friendly and professional.”
“Such a great instructor and cute studio! I highly recommend it!”