Private Yoga Holiday Gift Set
Well-being is in style! Go beyond tradition and surprise your loved ones with the gift of health in a Private Yoga Set.
Choice of yoga style, studio and schedule is completely up to them.
This gift set includes three 60-min specially priced classes to be used by one or two students at any PURE Yoga studio.*
Gift set is suitable for everyone, not just PURE Yoga Cardholders.
Why Private Yoga?
- Unlimited postural correction and asana adjustment throughout the entire class
- Addressing of individual and specific yoga needs
- Quicker improvement and progress than regular class
- Flexible timing to suit your personal schedule
Three 60-min Private Yoga classes at:
RMB 2,388 for one student
RMB 3,488 for two students
Exclusive offer for Non-PURE Cardholders
After finishing the three classes, non-Cardholders can join PURE Yoga with a waiver of the joining fee.
Terms & Conditions:
- Promotion available until 31 December 2022.
- Promotion valid for PURE Cardholders and Non-PURE Cardholders.
- Private Yoga Holiday Gift Set valid only for people who are 14 years old or above.
- Only TWO Private Yoga Holiday Gift Set can be used per person.
- Valid for designated PURE Yoga studios in Shanghai and Beijingonly.
- PURE reserves the right to assign an appropriate teacher for all classes.
- Each Private Yoga Holiday Gift Set consists of 3 classes; each class is 60 minutes total (2 sessions of 30 minutes each).
- Advance booking for classes is a must.
- First class must be taken by 31 March 2023. Validity is 6 weeks from the first class.
- Private Yoga Holiday Gift Set clients who are NOT PURE Yoga Cardholders can purchase a PURE Yoga contract
within 2 months of their last class with joining fee waived.
- Validity dates are final and cannot be extended.
- Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not exchangeable for cash, and may not be used in conjunction with any other promotion.
- Any dispute connected in any way with this promotion will be resolved by PURE at its absolute discretion.
- Where there is conflict between the English and Chinese versions, the English version prevails.