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Daily Deals Roundup
Classes for everything, a wellness consultation, fitness boot camp, and more
Washingtonian Daily Deals
$15 for a $40 coupon code toward classes from First Class Educational Boutique
Whether you’ve been meaning to hone your writing skills or finally master self-hypnosis, First Class in DC’s Dupont Circle has a class for you. The institution offers more than 300 classroom and online seminars on almost everything. Pay $15 and get $40 toward enrollment in a class of your choice.
$99 for a 60-minute wellness consultation with Dr. Doreen Moreira (a $250 value)
Dr. Doreen Moreira invites you to her practice in Cabin John for a consultation designed to boost your overall health. In the hourlong consultation, you’ll create a holistic plan to improve your nutrition, exercise, and environmental health for holistic wellness. Start the new year on a healthy foot for 60 percent off.
Golfdom in McLean is exactly what it sounds like—a kingdom of all things golf. This deal gives golf aficionados some one-on-one time with a certified Callaway Performance Center club specialist; you’ll swing the latest models, use tracking technology to improve your swing, and get advice on the best clubs for you.
Additional Groupon deals:
$39 for a 16-by-20-inch canvas-printed photo from Picture it on Canvas (a $124.95 value)
$60 for $120 toward custom framing at Turner Framing in Sterling and Great Falls.
$20 for a month of unlimited boot camp from BCOR Fitness (a $139 value)
BCOR Fitness boot-camp classes (multiple area locations) are both indoor and outdoor, and participants burn 500 to 1,000 calories per class. Camp is in session every weekday, and this deal gives you access to as many as you can handle in a 30-day period; choose a beginner, intermediate, or advanced class near you if you’re up for the challenge.
$25 for a five-pass open bounce card to Sport of Bounce of Loudoun (a $50 value)
Sport of Bounce of Loudoun is offering a great compromise between kids who can’t stop bouncing off walls and parents who want to keep the house intact: more than 10,000 square feet of indoor playground with seven giant inflatables. Buy this deal for access to five sessions.
$25 for $50 worth of clothing from Poppy’s Closet online
Poppy’s Closet sells everything from preppy to bohemian clothes for babies through six-year-olds. The site carries brands such as Cupcakes & Pastries, Inky Dink, and Fore! Axel & Hudson; buy the deal and get $50 worth of merchandise for half the price.
$15 for $30 worth of food and drink at il Canale
Il Canale in DC’s Georgetown serves handmade pizzas baked in a brick oven imported from Italy. Say ciao to your deliveryman and get $30 worth of Il Canale for half off.
$80 car-detail service in your driveway from Mobile One Detailing (a $160 value)
With this deal from Mobile One Detailing, you can make your car sparkle without lifting a finger. Well, you do have to lift one finger to dial the number and point the workers toward your car, but that’s it. The professionals at Mobile One will bring everything else (even their own water). The detailing includes an exterior wash, interior vacuum, dusting, shampooing, body wax, and much more. The company serves all of Washington; pay half the regular price to show your car some love.
$329 for two nights for two in a deluxe guest room at the Historic Rosemont Manor in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley (a $700 value)
This romantic getaway from the Historic Rosemont Manor includes a picnic lunch, a vineyard tour, and access to the innkeeper’s reception. The luxurious manor was former senator Harry Byrd Sr.’s home and hosted only Presidents for two centuries before opening to the public. Pay $329 for a stay in the deluxe guest room or $379 to stay in a luxury suite. This deal can’t be applied to stays during October or on February 12 and 13. Other restrictions apply, so check the fine print.
$1,570 for an eight-day/seven-night Kaia Yoga retreat at Blue Spirit in Costa Rica (a $1,950 value)
Blue Spirit in Costa Rica is a sustainable yoga resort, and this retreat runs from from February 26 through March 5. It includes three meals a day; beach, pool, library, and wifi access; early-morning yoga classes; and evening activities and events. You can pay $1,570 for the double-occupancy Hermitage Room with two twin beds, a private bathroom, solar-heated water, and partial mountain and beach views; $1,750 for a single-occupancy Hermitage Room with one queen-size bed; $1,520 for a double-occupancy Eco Cottage, away from the main building, with solar-powered everything and a private bathhouse; or $1,760 for a single-occupancy Eco Cottage. Notify Kaia Yoga if you’re sharing a double-occupancy with someone else who has purchased a ticket.