Special Offerings

NEW STUDENT SPECIALS

In order to continue to keep class prices low, Transform NOLA offers new student specials only at its online store.
 
Yoga: 3 classes for $18 (save 50%)
or
TRX: 3 classes for $27 (save 55%)
or
Private sessions: 3 one-on-ones for $195 (save 35%)
 
These one-time specials are for students who have never attended a class at the studio.
Go to the “Schedule” tab to take advantage of these great deals today!
 

EVERYDAY SPECIALS

Current students can receive 20% off all Transform NOLA class packages and get other great discounts at participating green business with the LifeCity Green Card. The card is for sale at LifeCity's website, the studio and other businesses.
Present it at the studio to get the promo code to use when you purchase classes online.

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I think one of the most important things that I have had to learn (and am still learning) is to go with the flow. I spent plenty of time and effort fighting circumstances because they weren’t going according to my plan. After all, I knew the exact order in which events should happen and the exact way people should behave so that everything came out the way that it should be — which was MY way.    It took me a long time (and a couple of almost-nervous breakdowns) to learn that I am not in charge of the Universe. It was humbling and is still hard to accept at times — after all, who wants to admit that they are not in control? I was brought up by Montanans, generations of people who had immigrated to the West and scraped out a life for themselves, self-sufficient and independent... Read More