Yoga is one of the world’s oldest forms of exercise, second only to holding the earth on your shoulders. Practice ancient athleticism with today’s Groupon to Yoga Passion in Beverley Farms. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get 10 drop-in yoga classes (a $130 value).
- For $69, you get 20 drop-in yoga classes (a $240 value).
Yoga Passion’s Peter Sklivas taps his experiences practicing yoga in Rishikesh, India and under the tutelage of Bikram Choudhury and Baron Baptiste to lead students through the studio’s signature HotCore yoga courses. The studio boasts a seven-day schedule in a heated studio to loosen muscles and deepen stretches without risking injury. Instructors walk pupils through a series of 33 postures designed to simultaneously target one set of muscles at a time. Yogis of all skill levels can enlist in HotCore sessions, where each student determines the intensity with which they perform moves. The studio’s boosted temperature can help organs flush out toxins on the backs of departing sweat beads while poses stretch and massage organs, inflate lung capacity, and fortify bones more safely than a swallowed suit of armor. Yoga Passion stocks a supply of mats to rent or purchase, and shower facilities are available for use.
Though Yoga Passion sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Newcomers need have no fear of strain or overstretching at HotCore Yoga. Founder Peter Sklivas designed the 33-posture series to lengthen and strengthen the core while protecting the muscles from injury. Long, slow ujaya breaths help call up the body's healing faculties, and the warmth of the heated studio helps increase range of motion and free tension from the limbs. This attention to detail makes his 90-minute classes as appropriate for grandparents as they are for elite athletes or aspiring pretzel impersonators. As popular music from one of over 350 playlists fills the room, students of all levels move into ever-deeper poses, freeing the mind and fostering a sense of connection to the soul.