What You'll Get
Relieve tension, invigorate your exhausted core, and stretch your mind-muscles. Today's Groupon to Zenergy Yoga gets you one month of unlimited classes for $39. That's only $1.25 per class if you go once every day, about 3 bucks if you go three times a week, exactly $5.57 if you go seven times, or $39 if you go once. You're guaranteed to get your money's worth at the studio that Azcentral.com readers named the Best Place for Yoga in 2009.
Zenergy's yoga experts take pride in their studio for its intimate setting and personalized instruction. The Zenergy guides will help you get the most out of every single pose and are happy to assist the less-than-limber beginner with modified poses to help them work their way up to the true contortionist moves.
Zenergy offers more than 30 small, specialized classes each week. Classes range from Chi Flow (blending traditional yoga, breath work, and hand movements to activate your whole body and increase flexibility) to Yin (opening the body slowly through relaxing, long-held postures) to Intro to Yoga (a basic introduction to yoga breathing, alignment and postures). With classes throughout the morning, afternoon, and evening, Zenergy's schedule can conveniently accommodate even the most hectic lifestyle. It also offers simultaneous child and adult classes in separate studios and family classes that let parents and children practice yoga together—bring the little ones to test their own Zen limits for only an additional $5.
During your month of unlimited yoga action, you can go to any class at any time. Check out a Basic Flow or Dynamic Flow class before work, spend your lunch break aligning your chi, or swing by after work for an evening yoga session. Make a pact with a friend to go three times a week—even if you go to only a few classes, you'll know why all those people carrying yoga mats around look healthy and energized.
- I LOVE Zenergy! The classes are challenging, yet doable. The instructors are great about pushing you to do your best, but allowing you to move at your own pace. The instructors and staff are friendly and personable. – katherine y., Insider Pages
- I've really liked all the instructors for each of the classes I've taken and I would highly reccommend [sic] this studio to anyone. – Anne W., Yelp
- The way Ali shares her passion for yoga and balances that with her unique ability to engage and motivate all age groups is truly amazing. – Kim M., Yelp
History of Yoga
Yoga was invented in the early 1960s in the Swiss Alps by a group of Frenchmen who had been exiled for their bizarre experiments in alternative science. Their leader, Jean-Pierre Yeaugau, was a fitness buff who believed that proper stretching would allow him to read minds when exercising on one of his extra-sensory-inducing Yeaugau mats.
Yeaugau traveled the world, teaching his invigorating fitness regimen and reading minds. After a lifetime of deeply seeing into people's inner thoughts began to leave him twisted and insane, Yeaugau gave up mind reading, saying, "The mind is a door locked for our own protection. I am hungry." Today, the practice of yoga continues to be performed on yeaugau mats, though the true purpose of the mats—to induce clairvoyance—has largely been forgotten.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. New customers only. Cannot combine with any other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.