A la Carte Classes and Yoga Cards

A look at Cooleaf and Passport to Prana

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If you’re looking for a way to jump-start a fitness regimen for the new year but don’t want to lock yourself into a membership at a specific gym, consider Cooleaf, a website that allows you to pick classes from more than seventy clubs and studios around the metro area. The a la carte approach is for those with busy schedules and gym commitment issues. We used Cooleaf to find Bikram yoga classes (we got four classes for $40), but you can also choose from group fitness classes, Pilates, and diet and nutrition. Prices range from $7 to $8 for a single class up to more than $1,000 for an in-home personal trainer.

Speaking of yoga, we’re excited that Passport to Prana, a Toronto-based online firm that sells yoga cards for $30, has come to town. Each card gets you one class at each of the participating yoga studios. Go to all fifteen and that breaks down to just $2 a class! The studios include Kashi Atlanta in Candler Park, Rejuvenate Spas in Downtown, Bikram Yoga in Decatur, and Sacred Garden Yoga in Marietta. cooleaf.com; passporttoprana.com

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