Absolute beginners to advanced yogis can work up a sweat in an assortment of stretchy positions at a state-of-the-art studio
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What You'll Get
- £35 for ten sessions of hot yoga (75% off)
The Fine Print
Expires 30 Jun 2019. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. New customers of Bikram Yoga London only. Online registration required at http://www.bikramyogalondon.com. Click on Register/Login on the main menu to create a profile in the system (do not proceed to cart). To complete registration and activate voucher, arrive 45 minutes before first class with valid photo ID and printed Groupon voucher. First class cannot be booked online. All sessions must be completed within 60 days of first class booked, but before 30 Jun 2019, whichever comes first. Vouchers redeemed by 30 Jun 2019 can be extended by 6 months or more for a surcharge. For valid times, see https://www.bikramyogalondon.com/class-timetable. Valid for London Bridge and Canary Wharf studios. Excludes Mon 7pm, Tue 6pm, Wed 7pm at London Bridge studio. Must be 16 or older. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Yoga mat, towels, water available for hire/purchase at studio. All classes must be redeemed by the same customer.
About Bikram Yoga London
Customers can enjoy an entire range of Hot Yoga and Pilates styles, including the Original Bikram Yoga, Hot Jivamukti, Hot Vinyasa Flow, Hot Power Flow, Yin yoga and the brand new Inferno Pilates. Bikram Yoga is a series of 26 yoga postures and breathing exercises derived from Hatha yoga and performed in a room heated to approximately 40°C. BYL offers classes designed for all levels, ranging from first-time students to advanced practitioners. The principle, during the 60 or 90-minute sessions, is to work out every muscle, tendon, joint, ligament, organ and gland while systematically moving oxygenated blood to every cell of the body. The postures are practiced in the safe environment of a heated room, increasing muscle relaxation and blood circulation and minimizing risk of injury.