In yoga, each pose is named after either the shape of the body or the wild animal it's most likely to scare away. Frighten dogs and pigeons with this Groupon.
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- $29 for six yoga sessions (a $60 value)
- $39 for 12 yoga sessions (an $80 value)
Tula Yoga and Jiu Jitsu
Although yoga and Jiu-Jitsu seem like two very different practices, they share a common foundation: technique. This foundation of technique and form are central to the teaching philosophy at Tula Yoga and Jiu-Jitsu's. Their instructors teach two styles of yoga—vinyasa and hatha. In vinyasa yoga, students synchronize their movements and breathing through a flowing sequence of postures. The hatha sequence involves longer holds that challenge muscles and help students develop inner wisdom, all without having to eat the bark of a wise, old tree. Strong form and technique is stressed in Tula's yoga offerings, and that carries over to its Jiu-Jitsu program. There, blue-belt instructor Robert Slape maintains an unhurried pace so students of all levels can efficiently learn martial arts techniques.