The pose Downward Facing Dog was originally called Downward Facing Cat but was changed when it became clear cats would only perform Attack the Laser pose. Stretch like a feline with today’s Groupon to Tejas Yoga. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a 5-class pass (a $70 value).
- For $65, you get a 10-class pass (a $130 value).
- For $120, you get a 20-class pass (a $240 value).<p>
Inside Tejas Yoga’s elegant studio, a team of passionate yoga instructors hone students’ strength and flexibility all week. The studio’s robust schedule of classes takes place amid chocolaty hardwood floors and a charming tin ceiling, where inexperienced pupils stretch, bend, and scrawl notes on bare limbs during a four-class introduction to yoga series. Patient teachers break down the basic postures and breathing techniques for newbies while modifying poses for practitioners with injuries or movement restrictions. Once downward dogs are properly mat trained, they can continue their practice in Foundational classes that prepare bodies for deeper mind and bodywork by focusing on standing postures and backbends. Vigorous sweat sessions challenge seasoned mat mavens with empowering pose sequences, inversions, and arm balances to strengthen muscles and instill calming confidence in stray spirit animals.
Yoga experts Jim Bennitt and James Tennant teach students to perform breathing techniques and postures from the Patanjali school of yoga, as well as Ayurvedic practices and meditation, in group classes. While new students learn basic techniques, seasoned yogis can stretch muscles and fold their skeletons into forms more easily stowed in an overhead luggage compartment with additional workshops. Pupils can also enroll in Tejas Yoga's teacher-training and mentorship program, which includes one year of training, one year of classes, and the use of Tejas Yoga facilities for personal practice. Dark wooden floors, ample space, and minimalistic décor create a tranquil ambiance with little furniture to catch dust or absorb negative vibes. Tejas Yoga's class schedule and answers to frequently asked questions can be found online or by staring long enough at a mandala.
“If you are going to the Open class, be there at least 10-15 mins earlier to make sure you have a good spot and have time to relax before class starts on time. ”
“Terrific studio. Excellent instructors for absolute beginners like me, so I assume they are at least as good with more advanced practitioners.”
“Everyone there is extremely friendly an helpful, couples are welcome too!”
1133 S Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60605