What You'll Get
Homeless butterflies must beg for pollen on municipal maples and rest their wings atop half-stomped gutter muffins unless someone's outdoor yoga pose offers them a temporary perch. Return butterflies to their natural habitat with today's Groupon to Hiking Yoga. Choose between the following options:
• For $20, you get two yoga-hiking classes (a $40 value). Hiking Yoga's outdoor yoga tutelage takes place at various times. Check the website's class schedule.
• For $99, you get a 14-day cleanse program, which includes three yoga-hiking classes (a $270 value).
Exercise and physical balance come together during yoga-hiking classes, wherein students join skilled teachers to hike around Austin, stopping in scenic spots for bouts of yoga. Hiking Yoga's 90-minute workout combines cardio, strength, and flexibility training while allowing students to witness some of the lesser-seen vistas around Barton Creek Greenbelt. Weekend classes and weekday-evening sessions make it easy for yogis to practice the dolphin-plank pose in its intended natural setting—in front of a sunset atop a sleeping bear's back.
Created by Eric Kipp, the founder of Hiking Yoga, and Caley Alyssa, one of the yoga instructors, the 14-day cleanse guides students through a program that combines nutrition, exercise, and wellness practices to flush the body of accumulated toxins. A daily email outlines three levels of intensity to accommodate beginner toxin busters through expert expungers, who can jump straight to affixing vacuum hoses to their ears. The emails also include videos of yoga routines, meal preparations, and suggested outdoor activities to supplement all the included literature. Participants strut their stuff on three yoga hikes and breeze through the grocery store with ingredient lists and recipes for everything included in the meal plan.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.