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What You'll Get
In its constant attempt to stay fit, humanity has given in to such unfortunate workout trends as livestock lifting, Spazzercise, and mixed-martial charades. Embrace body and mind fitness that has withstood the test of time with today's Groupon to The Yoga Factory and Fitness Center in Westerville. Amid a relaxing, gently lighted atmosphere inside a spacious transformed warehouse, The Yoga Factory provides visitors with a placid locale for developing strength and stamina while boosting flexibility and balance. Visitors can shed stress while taking advantage of a convenient schedule and a varied roster of classes. Embrace the slow and steady approach of beginning yoga, movement linking flow of Vinyasa yoga, and prop-supported poses of restorative yoga to help form the body into optimal shape for courting handsome pretzels.
Although there aren't many online reviews, three Yahoo! Locals give Yoga Factory a perfect five-star average:
- This is a wonderful enviroment for either the novice or serious yogi. – V.O.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. New students only. Must use 1st class by 05/12. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Yoga Factory
If Mother Nature could design a building, it might look something like The Yoga Factory. Sunlight and bird song filter through frosted-glass windows. Trees dapple the walls with shadows and breezes rustle their leaves as the humans inside the studio draw their own deep breaths. Experienced instructors siphon inspiration from this natural beauty, filling the space with enough low-toned chants to befriend even the shiest bullfrog. Under their guidance, yogis of all levels build strength and flexibility during alignment-focused Hatha and Vinyasa classes. The temperature rises to 88 degrees for Hot-Yasa sessions, loosening tight muscles as students practice back bends, arm balances, and inversions atop matted floors. To help yogis hold poses for extended periods of time, teachers may incorporate props such as blocks and blankets during calming restorative routines.
In addition to melting stress with yoga classes, The Yoga Factory helps exercisers torch calories with boot camps. Upon request, personal trainers can tailor workouts to goals such as losing weight, increasing strength, or finally besting an overly aggressive boxing shadow.