Today's transformative deal will get your body bending and twisting in ways you wouldn't have thought possible, unless you've tried the dangerous extreme sport of black-hole surfing. For $29, new students can get 30 unlimited days at YogaSport (up to $140 value), a relaxing Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga (BPVY) affiliate studio that D magazine writer Sarah Eveans credits for getting her in “my best shape, physically and emotionally, in years.”
YogaSport’s friendly, enthusiastic instructors are fully trained and know how to help new students sweat and stretch until they're feeling calm, revitalized, and more energized than the 217 rechargeable AA batteries that power Greater America. If you're new to yoga, this is a great chance to learn yoga basics such as the downward dog, upward dog, the atomic dog, and the unreliable narrator. Arrive early with an empty stomach and be ready to sweat—the room is heated to 90 degrees to encourage strain-free stretching and flexibility. Classes are offered seven days a week as early as 6 a.m. and as late as 8 p.m., making YogaSport perfect for 9-to-5ers who are also new students. Most classes are 75 minutes. View a complete schedule here.
Yoga relieves muscle stiffness and pain. It also increases flexibility and strength (deep core muscles support each pose), which will improve your range of motion, balance, and posture—all vital to moving up in the corporate world, seeing over the steering wheel, and winning the heart of your contortionist neighbor. Get this Groupon to mold yourself back into shape for holiday parties and events or to get a head start on health-related New Year's resolutions.
CityVoters rate YogaSport one of 2009’s Best studios:
- very well run studio. quality teachers. great, dependable classes - great value and amazing results! – gemhobbs, CityVoter
- "Its [sic] a great community of people where all are welcome no matter their yoga experience! – tinsuperchica, CityVoter
- I've practiced yoga for over 10 years in many parts of the world. Yoga Sport is a great flow studio. – LivingTheGoodLife, CityVoter
Assume The Position
Did you know Yoga in its current incarnation has been around since the 1960’s? It’s true! Here are some of the many popular Yoga positions developed since that time:
- Downward Facing Dad
- Cloud of Inescapable Bees
- Man Attempts to Look Natural While Fishing Cellphone Out of Toilet
- Yoga Flame (Down, Forward, Punch)
- Baby’s Day Out
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During a typical class at YogaSport, there is no music. There are no mirrors on the walls. In fact, there's very little in the way of distractions. The goal of the studio's power yoga classes is to cut through life's white noise and allow practitioners to listen to their own bodies and minds. With the studio heated to a sweat-inducing 90 degrees, newcomers and experienced yogis alike flow through a series of intense poses designed to accelerate heart rates, loosen muscles, and melt any popsicles you may have accidentally swallowed whole.
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