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FREE 90-Day Yoga International Membership

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For a limited time, hop on over to Groupon or LivingSocial where new members can score a FREE 90-Day Trial Membership to Yoga International. Simply snag your free voucher and then head over here to redeem.

Yoga International is an online yoga studio for students of all levels. As a member, you’ll have access to over 1,000 classes, guided challenges and member-only courses and ALL of this can be streamed on any device.

You will need to register a valid credit card but you will not be charged as the trial membership is free. At the end of the trial period, you will be automatically enrolled as a Yoga International member and your credit card will be charged $14.99/month until you cancel.

Cancel anytime online through your Yoga International account.

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Comments 6

  1. Jen

    Thanks! 90 days is perfect for completing 3 of their 30 day challenges. Voucher expires Dec 5th which gives the option of enjoying yoga leading up to winter break.
    Or you could wait to activate until mid November, so that you can do yoga throughout the two upcoming major food feasting holidays so you feel less guilty about all that food you ate lol

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome! Thanks a bunch for the helpful comment!

  2. madie

    thank you I’ve been wanting to try out yoga. I’m also taking an English course and we have to do a 30 day challange I know a few people might be doing yoga for theirs so I’m more than happy to be able to share this deal with my class today

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      How neat! You’re welcome, Madie!

  3. S

    https://nypost.com/2017/12/04/people-in-their-20s-are-now-getting-hip-replacements/
    http://www.nbcnews.com/id/25400799/ns/health-fitness/t/bad-karma-when-yoga-harms-instead-heals/#.W5G46S2ZP-Y

    Yoga means to yoke to the Hindu god Brahman to reach spiritual enlightenment and you offer your body as a living sacrifice. It’s meant as a religion not exercise. That’s why Yoga instructors tell you to push beyond the pain and every other sport and exercise tells you to stop if you feel pain.

    • Jen

      There are a number of yoga studios that have such a toxic environment, which has very unfortunate. Their focus is yogi training only, without any of the certified group fitness knowledge. In my community, the yoga classes offered at the fitness center are strictly group exercise based with very light to none of the Sanskrit jargon.
      The instructors are group fitness certified, modifications are always displayed/encouraged and the participants are always reminded to know their limit (and never exceed it) and stop if in any pain. Class structure is always the simple basic yoga with variation based on either upper body, lower body or core strengthening. They have never included any of that crazy acrobatic stuff…not even a handstand/headstand.

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