What You'll Get
Yoga is one of the world's oldest forms of exercise, second only to holding the earth on your shoulders. Practice ancient athleticism with today's Groupon to Divine Center of Yoga in Southlake. Choose between the following options:
- For $45, you get 10 yoga classes (a $121 value).
- For $65, you get 15 yoga classes (a $165 value).
Divine Center of Yoga's enthusiastic instructors gently guide students of all levels through refreshing Hatha, energetic Vinyasa, and healing Adaptive yoga classes. Sheer marigold and vermillion fabrics filter warm light into Divine Center's well-equipped 1,450-square-foot studio, which welcomes pupils with glowing sconces and a wheelchair-accessible entrance. A flexible class schedule boasts several evening and weekend classes to accommodate busy yogis and stressed-out school buses eager for a Saturday retreat. In Vinyasa classes, students can vogue through a vigorous series of poses, using measured breath to fluidly transition between postures. During more gradual Hatha Flow sessions, practitioners coach pupils through modified sun salutations, easing them into sustained balancing poses that stimulate awareness with meditative breathing. Divine Center of Yoga's attentive instructors adjust poses during Adaptive Yoga to accommodate pupils with limited mobility from injuries, chronic illness, or stints moonlighting as a plaster-cast model for high-fashion hospitals.
Though Divine Center of Yoga sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate by 12/20/11, classes expire 6 months from activation date. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Divine Center of Yoga
Co-owners Jana Holland and Julie Parsons believe that yoga's benefits can reach anyone willing to try the art. After several hundred hours of training, they opened Divine Center of Yoga as a springboard for a diverse student base, hoping to bring guests of all backgrounds together with classes on several posing styles. Their emphasis on acceptance is apparent in their teaching etiquette: they provide modified stretches for all skill levels and accommodate visitors with chronic ailments or injuries. The wheelchair-accessible studio also offers private lessons for pupils stuck in Celtic knot pose.