Thursday, May 2, 2013 , Updated 12:00 a.m., May 6, 2013
Get it twisted: Indigo Yoga’s summer challenge offers free classes, rewards
The real challenge is finding a good excuse to stay on the couch.
FORT WORTH Yoga can be described many ways: difficult, emotional, freeing, expensive. The first three are arguably some of the best reasons to undertake a practice, and the last is one of the most precluding ones. Starting on May 6, Fort Worth's Indigo Yoga makes each slightly more approachable.
The popular studio celebrates its 8th anniversary this summer with a special 5 week challenge from May 6 through June 9. For $39, participants are invited to classes of all levels, seven days per week, with a differing theme each day.
During the challenge, each participant will receive a chart and a star for each class attended -- yes, just like elementary school. No one ever said it's a bad idea to go back to the basics. Those who score at least 25 stars will be eligible for a special discount: $99 per month for June, July, and August for new contracts or 20% off for current contract holders for a consecutive three month package. Participants and their families will also be invited celebration picnic on June 9 at the Botanical Gardens.
The daily themes offer extensive rewards. Per a press release:
- Free Monday, Yes FREE! - All classes are FREE for ANYONE and EVERYONE!
- Two for Tuesday - Summer Challenge participants earn 2 stars.
- Work your Middle Wednesday - Added core work and detoxing twists.
- Buddy Up Thursday - Bring a friend to class with you and they take class for FREE.
- Pick Me Friday - Summer Challenge participants get entered into a drawing to be held at the end of the challenge for a $100 Lululemon gift card. The more Fridays you come, the more chances to win!
- Step it Up Saturday - Advanced and play practices.
- Outdoor Sunday - Join us for a 9 a.m. walk or run before the 10:15 a.m. class or a group walk after the 4 p.m. class.
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