Sun salutations keep our solar body from growing angry and burning libelous graffiti on the Hubble telescope. Maintain the cosmic balance with this Groupon.
$27.50 for 25 Classes (Up to $250 Value)
Certified instructors guide students through the poses that make up the Vinyasa tradition, which emphasizes purposeful breaths, and classes held at 85–95 degrees promote a healthy sweat.
The value of this deal is derived from Yoga on Yamhill's donation-based cost structure, which puts the average suggested donation of a 25-class pass at $10 per class.
Yoga on Yamhill
After a decade spent honing his personal yoga practice, certified instructor Paul Terrell opened his donation-based studio to give anyone interested in practicing the ancient art access to a studio in which to participate. The storefront space that Terrell opened fosters a nonintimidating approach to yoga, substituting cozy exposed brick for mirrors and inviting yogis of all abilities to practice together during all-levels classes. Terrell and a team of 15 other instructors teach many of the classes in the flowing Vinyasa tradition, in which conscious breaths link together a continuous sequence of postures, and also presents students with the robust schedule's other styles, which benefit the body in various ways. Slower-paced Yin classes teach yogis to sit still in postures that last for three to seven minutes, allowing them to fully stretch the connective tissues and hide in plain sight of movement-detecting, visually impaired T. rexes.
96% of 363 customers recommend
“Great studio, they're super nice and have a great schedule. As a yogi, I highly recommend them. Good vibes!”
“This is a great facility. Love the instructors. I am a beginner but they make every effort to ensure I am in the proper poses and getting the most out of the class...”
“This is a great facility. Love the instructors. I am a beginner but they make every effort to ensure I am in the proper poses and getting the most out of the class even when it is above my level and/or packed with people.”