Inner peace is hard to come by, requiring complex negotiations between spleen and kidney. Find harmony more easily with today’s Groupon to YogaCentric in Clifton. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get 5 classes (an $80 value).
- For $59, you get 10 classes (a $150 value).</p>
Expert yoga instructor and YogaCentric founder Delana Hubscher Ryan guides students on the path to mind-body wellness with classes structured around challenging Vinyasa flows. YogaCentric’s graduated schedule of stretch sessions vary in difficulty, starting inexperienced yogis in 75-minute beginners classes, where patient teachers introduce a series of continuous poses linked together with deep, mindful breathing exercises that trump puppy-cuddling for relaxation potential. Open flows feature strengthening sun salutations to help to build lean muscle and stroke the fiery ego of our solar system’s self-centered star, and serious benders explore inversions, arm balances, and sticky mat origami during YogaCentric signature classes. For students with movement restrictions or yogis seeking an alternative to the vigorous Vinyasa style, gentle classes utilize a slower pace to help to increase range of motion in the muscles and joints, hone balance, and soothe stressed-out spirit animals.
Mahatma Gandhi once spoke the words, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Yoga instructor Kimberly strives to live by this motto. Though she holds degrees in civil engineering and finance, she chooses instead to volunteer in the community, coach young female runners, and support education programs. At Yogacentric, Kimberly helps students of all ages manage stress, lose weight, and successfully impersonate a rubber band through 10 classes and counting. Trained in the Ashtanga system of yoga, Kimberly emphasizes breath as the connection between asanas.
97% of 31 customers recommend
“Fantastic place, Deb is warm and inviting. Whether you are a beginner or advanced, you will feel welcome and at home.”
“Nice, simple studio. Challenging level of difficulty, friendly staff.”