Ancient yogis were famous for their amazing flexibility, masterful poise, preternatural intelligence, and unusual way of pronouncing "picnic basket." Stretch out and emulate the greats with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a five-class card (a $70 value) to Jai Shanti Yoga, a studio that welcomes all levels and abilities in Candler Park. You must activate your class card by April 30 and use all five classes within two months of activation.
Jai Shanti's dedicated, professional teachers are committed to bringing the health and life benefits of yoga to everyone, even if you happen to be a fictional character. With a multitude of weekly classes, Jai Shanti has a style of body-bending to match the needs of every Atlantan, including special assistance and tailored programs for people with special needs. Newbies can relax and limber up with Gentle Yoga and Yoga for Every Body, or challenge their muscles and connective tissues with Yoga Workout. If stretching is more of a secondary goal, Lindy Hop your way to inner peace during Dance Meditation, or start your day with Morning Yoga. And if you're so manly that your pants fly off your body every time you flex, the Nude Yoga men's class makes sure that nothing comes between you and the sun you're saluting. Click on any date on the calendar and consult the class guide to learn more and choose an appropriate class.
Yoga's intensive workout tempers the body for feats of flexibility and strength—such as hurling a beluga whale over a castle wall—and its introspective stance and breath control help destress humanoids from the pressures and inane status updates of modern life. Bring your mind and body back into harmony so that they stop stepping on each other's toes when they dance with today's Groupon to Jai Shanti Yoga.
- The studio is very lovely and you will start to feel relaxed as soon as you walk in. They have lots of good equipment […] and grabbed a mat for me when I forgot to bring my own. – Jenn D., Yelp
- In my opinion, this studio maintains the true nature of yoga by helping the members of the class reflect on their poses and, thru [sic] this kind of teaching while doing yoga, inspire the connection of yoga to everyday life. – Gabrielle, Google Maps