Sun salutations are a necessary ritual that keeps our solar body from growing angry and burning libelous graffiti on the Hubble telescope. Help keep cosmic peace with today’s Groupon to Dynamic Power Yoga PLUS! in Addison. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get 10 yoga classes (a $150 value).
- For $49, you get 20 yoga classes (a $300 value).<p>
Dynamic Power Yoga PLUS! founder Suze Curtis combined power yoga techniques with vibration healing philosophies to create her studio’s signature yoga style a challenging, accessible modality that earned CityVoter’s award for Best Yoga Studio in 2010. Students of all skill levels gather for the studio’s morning and evening classes scheduled seven days a week. Temperatures during classes soar between 85–90 degrees with the help of a miniature dragon, the sultry environment helping bodies sink safely into stretches and ejecting any perspirable toxins. The unique yoga style walks students through low-impact yoga poses with balance-challenging transitions that encourage students to synchronize each movement with rhythmic breathing and an even more rhythmic game of charades. While students move from pose to pose, music, group chants, and projected videos produce sound and color vibrations that resonate within the body to help encourage natural, healthy cellular function. In addition to its class space, Dynamic Power Yoga PLUS! also offers babysitting services to busy parents or stressed-out nanny dogs within its book- and toy-filled Future Yogee Haven ($10 for 1 class for 1 child; $30 for 5 classes for 1 child; $60 for 10 classes for 1 child).
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Suze Curtis. RYT, AAAI/ISMA -12,500 teaching hours, left corporate America in 1994 after years of feeling unsatisfied and directionless. She tapped into the things that made her most happy—teaching and leading others, helping people heal, being physically active—and was able to bring that all together, creating her own signature yoga style. This practice combines power yoga techniques with vibration healing philosophies to create a challenging, accessible modality of yoga has earned thousands of personal testimonies over fifteen years. The studio was also voted by Dallas A-List as Best Yoga Studio and also tops the list of the Addison magazine's 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards Winners.
To help students ease into stretches and eject any perspirable toxins, she heats the studio to 85–90 degrees. She and her troupe of expert instructors guide students through low-impact yoga poses with balance-challenging transitions that encourage students to synchronize each movement with rhythmic breath and tone. While students move from pose to pose, external music and internal humming, or toning, produce vibrations that resonate within the body to encourage natural, healthy cellular function.
A host of other services also are available, including personal yoga guidance, CPR certification and massage therapy. Clients can also round out their experience by browsing the yoga boutique, which features affordable designer clothing by 717 Couture.