Moksha Yoga *Giveaway*

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Photo Credit Moksha Yoga Website

I’ve always enjoyed yoga.  When I found Moksha Yoga, a studio dedicated to yoga, I was excited.  I had taken classes at the gym, but it is not the same as taking a class from a yogi who has been trained specifically in this art.  Plus, the entire studio at Moksha Yoga is peaceful, relaxing and ‘green’.  The facility is energy efficient, uses green cleaning products and makes use of many recycled materials.

It is very different than walking off the weight room floor, or cardio theater, into a tiled exercise room to do yoga to new age music with strains of gym music in the background.  Attending a class at Moksha Yoga is a peaceful and rejuvenating experience from the moment you walk in the door and take off your shoes, to the final ‘Savasana’ of your practice.

According to Moksha Yoga Northern Kentucky, hot Moksha yoga “stretches, strengthens and tones the muscles while detoxifying the body and calming the mind.”

I started with a class once a week and even that 75 minutes left my mind feeling calmer through out the week and my body leaner.  Trust me.  I have three crazy kids.  That yoga class helped keep me sane!  The hot class is also fantastic for your skin.  Moksha Yoga also offers classes for kids and expectant mothers.

Check out the different types of classes and corresponding schedules on the Moksha Yoga Northern Kentucky or Cincinnati websites.

Speaking of kids, my younger two (ages 6 and 4) loved the kids class.  They learned basic poses while I attended an hour long yoga class in the next room.  My 6 year old even stopped in the parking lot after to lay on the sidewalk and show me his favorite pose.  The Northern Kentucky location offers classes for younger kids, while older ones may take classes at the Cincinnati studio.

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Photo Credit Moksha Yoga Website

The two locations, Northern Kentucky at 2428 High Street off Buttermilk Pike, and Cincinnati at 3527 Columbia Parkway, offer a variety of classes, some of which include:

  • glow in the dark yoga
  • hot yoga
  • prenatal yoga
  • yoga with music
  • kids yoga
  • non-heated yoga
  • Ashtanga/Vinyasa


And, in less than a week, Moksha Yoga opens their third location in Clifton!

The wonderful folks at Moksha Yoga are offering a free month of yoga for one adult and one child (as a package deal) for one lucky reader of Family Friendly Cincinnati.  That means, if you win, you could go to yoga classes as often as you want for one month.  And, you can take one child with you to the kids classes for that entire month.
Rules: yoga

Must be 18 years of age to enter and live in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati area.  Please leave your email address in the comment with your entry.

You have three possible entries to the contest.  Each comment you leave on this blog post will be an entry, so make sure you leave THREE separate comments.

Do not leave your three entries in one comment.  Please leave your email address in your comments so we may contact you.



Entry #1:  Tell me why you want to win a month of free yoga for you and a child in a comment.

Entry #2:  Leave a comment telling me your favorite yoga pose.

Entry #3:  Share this giveaway on facebook, twitter, email, phone, or where ever and leave a comment that you did so.

One winner will be drawn on Tuesday July 30th at 10:00pm.  That winner has 48 hours to respond or another will be chosen.

Want another chance to win?  Check out Katie’s blog The Little Things Journal.  She has also a contest going on right now!

Good luck and Namaste!

When not blogging for Family Friendly Cincinnati, you can find Michelle writing at her personal blog, I’m Living the Good Life.

Disclosure:  In exchange for this review and giveaway, I received one month of free yoga for myself and children.  Rest assured, all opinions are my own.

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  1. Joleen says

    I would love some mommy time and my son loves doing his yoga DVD! I am sure he would love class.

  2. Shannon West says

    My favorite pose is pigeon. I am a runner with super tight hips and this pose feels wonderful!

  3. Sarah Lazenby says

    My favorite yoga pose is any warrior pose. I love the feeling of balance and strength in my legs.

  4. Shannon West says

    We LOVE Moksha but can’t always afford it. I would love the chance to take more classes for myself and one of my three children. Fingers crossed!

  5. Lisa Dodd says

    My favorite pose by far is sun salutations. I can literally feal the warmth. Shared on Facebook!

  6. Tiffany says

    I’d love to share yoga with my two daughters, kicking up my weight loss plan as well!

  7. Lisa Dodd says

    I have just recently been introduced to yoga and the idea of being able to introduce my children to the calmness and relaxation while I also take a class is such a great idea! I hope I win!!

  8. Alesha says

    I just had my son 11 weeks ago, and I am slowly getting back into an active routine. My 3 yr old and I do yoga at home, she asks if we can “play” yoga. My favorite pose is pigeon, my daughter’s is triangle. :-).

  9. lisa hopping says

    Quite simple.. I love downward facing dog cause i can do it anywhere and push deeper into it for a great stretch.

  10. Shannon says

    I would love to win a free month of yoga! I am a runner and my body feels so much better when I add yoga to my routine. I also think it would be awesome to include my 5 yr old son in my workouts. What a great way to introduce a healthy lifestyle!

  11. R Russo says

    My favorite pose is dancers pose.
    it makes me feel like I’m soaring, light and lithe, and at the same time, strong, rooted and stable.
    As a mom of two boys thats the balance I strive for every day.

  12. lisa hopping says

    Lol thought i had to respond seperatly for my kids. I have a 6yr old daughter but would actually love thia for my 11yr old son to help him learn his sense of body & controle. Hes prepubesent and as a single mom i thought this kind thing might help.

  13. kayla mcclure says

    I have always wanted to try yoga. My special needs son would benefit from something like this.

  14. R Russo says

    My sons have picked up my love for yoga. It’s one of our special times together when we pull out our mats and do a series together. They are really young and both have been going to their mats since pre-k.
    Its an interest we share, we enjoy and I get to enjoy with them, and hopefully it will never get old.

  15. lisa hopping says

    I would love to get this for myself since im training for my first ever marathon and am sore after every run.. Could really use the hot yoga after my long runs as well as a lil extra detox before i return home to my kids as a single mom.

  16. Stephanie says

    I would love to share yoga with my daughter for some great one on one time. Thanks for the chance.

  17. Garri Hunt says

    I want to win because I haven’t taken a yoga class since high school, and I’d love to get into it and have some time to myself!

  18. Melissa Adkins says

    Favorite pose – its hard to narrow down but I love downward dog for the stretch and corpse because its at the end and I always feel relaxed and accomplished.

  19. Jennifer Kerns says

    I would love this for myself and any one of my four children. With a 7,6, 5 , and 2 year old… who doesn’t need a stress reliever.

  20. Melissa Adkins says

    I’d love to win a month free of yoga. I love hot yoga, and though both my kids like yoga, I’d like to share it with my 7 year old daughter as something we can do together.

  21. Rachel says

    1. Because I really need to find a way to help me relax. Also being able to connect in with one on one time with my kids would be so awesome!!

  22. Sandy says

    I would love to share Yoga with my children. They had a wonderful preschool/kindergarden school music teacher who once a week taught them yoga poses. And lord knows my arthritic knees good benefit from it.

  23. Jill Crossen says

    I have a 16 month and a 3 year old, and I need some Mommy time to relax and reconnect with myself! I think my 3 year old would enjoy the kids class where he could learn to do things like Mommy.