Much like discovering a chest filled with Theodore Roosevelt's blank-verse poetry, completing a painting results in a momentary rush of accomplishment followed by weeks of scrutiny. Create artwork without the backlash with today's Groupon to CuraYoga.Today’s deal is valid at the Heights Lower Washington studio location. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a Canvas and Cabernet class for one person (a $40 value).
- For $40, you get a Canvas and Cabernet class for two people (a $80 value).
Formerly enlightening bodies and minds as JennYoga, CuraYoga continues the tradition of inspiring patrons with regular yoga classes and monthly well-being workshops. Held on Saturday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., guest instructors such as Navid Ghedami leads Canvas and Cabernet classes, which encourage painters of every strokability to reintroduce themselves to their inner creative maestro. The acrylics-based tutorial arms creatives with all materials necessary to orchestrate paints to express their thoughts, feelings, and dreams of deer antlers being sharpened on a streetlight. While splashing canvases with color, students sip on personally brought wines and hoppy brews. Click here for photos of previous Canvas and Cabernet classes.
Jennifer Buergermeister is very flexible. She not only moves from job to job—she's an entrepreneur, independent filmmaker, spiritual healer, and app designer—but also from pose to pose while teaching yoga. She has created two yoga DVDs and has a third coming out in November. She's also the owner of Jennyoga, where she works with a deep bench of fellow yoga teachers, offering a variety of classes for all levels. These include Sunrise and Awakening, Hatha Flow, and Deep Relaxation and Restorative yoga classes.
The team at Jennyoga strives to make coming to the studio easy. They built a Jennyoga app for mobile devices that allows students to schedule classes on the fly. And they run an in-house store, where visitors can pick up any yoga gear they might need before heading into one of the studios. They even made a short film to inspire attendance, a sort of narrative commercial about the beneficial effects of yoga in our noisy, modern world where neighbors rev motorcycle engines and fire alarms scream in delight whenever you get home.