You can exercise on an elevator, but if you want a fitness regimen that really works on many levels, consider today's deal from Yoga Union in the Flatiron District. Pay $39 (regularly $95) for any five classes, or pay $89 (regularly $180) for any ten classes at this 4,000-square-foot studio that has been featured in The New York Times and New York Magazine. Under the helm of the much-celebrated yogi Alison West, this revered haven features inventive, 60- to 90-minute classes, which are designed for practitioners of all ability levels and are offered seven days a week. Try Liquid Steel, which combines classic yoga poses with martial arts, or Flow with Ropes, which increase flexibility, decreases stress, and improves strength with hands-free inversions. Best yet, unlike pushing the up button on an elevator, repetition yields desired results at this trusted spot.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON August 14, 2017
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON August 15, 2012
Five ($39) or Ten ($89) Yoga Classes
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