What You'll Get
Yoga is a much easier way to exercise both mind and body than testing Einstein’s theory of relativity by racing a beam of light. Travel at lithe speed with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for a 10-class pass (a $150 value)
- $49 for one month of unlimited classes (a $150 value)<p>
With a brigade of certified yoga instructors on staff, Dharma Yoga is able to pack its schedule with 26 classes each week. Classes range from the athletic Vinyasa flow, in which continuous postures are linked together with mindful breaths, to the studio’s signature Dharma yoga classes, which infuse meditative practice with Buddhist themes and moderate Hatha-yoga poses. Practitioners of all experience levels are welcome.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate by expiration date, 10 class option expires 2 months from activation date. New clients only. All classes must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dharma Yoga
At Dharma Yoga’s 2,400-square-foot studio, flickering candlelight gives the earth-tone hues and gleaming hardwood floors an inviting glow. Like stumbling into a lounge-singer convention, the studio’s comforting vibes relax the mind with calming music as the band of certified instructors gently guides students of all experience levels through a series of healing physical postures. Though classes vary in style—ranging from vigorous early-bird Vinyasa flow to relaxing end-of-day Dharma nightcaps—each session explores traditional Indian yoga and Buddhist practices, referring to itself as an "awareness-based mindfulness and relaxation practice." At Dharma Yoga, students can choose from 27 weekly classes, held throughout the day.
In the course of more than 20 years of teaching and practicing yoga, Dharma Yoga founder Keith Kachtick, an Austin native, has served as the senior instructor with the Lineage Project, a nonprofit that offers meditation and yoga practice to prisoners in the New York City area. Keith has also contributed his yogic philosophies to publications such as Yoga Journal, Newsweek, and the New York Times. His codirector, Camilla, has a master’s degree in social work and a background as a clinical therapist. These experiences fuel her nurturing teaching style, especially in yoga-therapy sessions, which are designed to help to release physical, emotional, and mental tension.