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New Paradigm in Sept 2012
Prices are going down! $12 online price for classes
One super lower price! Dropin only.
The ultimate in clean, clear boundaries. No wasted money on unused classes. No need to shell out alot of cash at once. Pay as you go. No pressure. No excuses. No guilt. No need to get mad at yourself or the yoga studio. Come when you want. No evil locked in, automatic recurring credit card billing like some centers. Only good karma. You are there because you want to be there.
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(B) Beginners welcome
(H) Heated room to 90 degrees average. Our large studio is drafty. Some places are hotter 95+ and some are much cooler. Go early and ask teacher where is the best spot for your needs.
(I) Mentally and/or physically Intense. Intensity can be created by long holdings of postures (some slow vinyasa classes), or quicker pace (some vinyasa classes), or difficutly of the postures (Level Two). In the case of Yin Yoga, which is open to beginners, the intensity is created by the mental focus needed.
We are offering another 18 classes at the unbelieveable low rate of $12 online/$14 at the door. To get this discount, you must first purchase your never expiring, one time, $5 membership. Finalize the sale. Then go back into the system and purchase as many dropin classes as you like. Pay as you go. No wasted money on unused classes. No guilt. Please read this page for full details and policies.
Policies Summarized: No discounts given if you show up at the door unprepared. You cannot use a prepaid $12 dropin class at a $14 Primetime class. Go back online and purchase the $14 class online. You cannot purchase classes for other people with your membership and get the discount. They need their own membership. You can pay $2 more at the door.
Fact: The average price of a dropin class in Rhode Island in 1995, when Tom Gillette and Kim Chandler first opened Innerlight Yoga in Middletown, RI, was $15. 17 years later, a class dropin is $12. The US dollar has lost 45% of its value since then. A gallon of gas was $1.15, now $3.80. A pint of blueberries was 50 cents, now $3.99. An ounce of gold was $375, now $1,600. An ounce of silver was $4.50, now $30. Apple stock was $17, now $635. The point is that we teach yoga for the love of it. We live it. We are devoted to it and have been for a long time. Please support Eyes of the World so that it thrives.