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What You'll Get
When The Beatles returned from India, they brought with them tranquility, sitars, and the ability to stretch their hair past their shoulders. Reach here, there, and everywhere with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for 12 yoga classes (a $132 value)
- $129 for unlimited yoga classes in June, July, and August (up to a $324 value)
Open yoga classes draw from multiple influences to expose beginners and experienced students alike to Vinyasa sequences, Sanskrit chanting, and breathing exercises. During Restoratives sessions, participants sink into relaxation as airy soundtracks guide their movements. The studio's signature Rockasana! classes reverberate the sounds of The Who, The Beatles, and Led Zeppelin as students quickly flow from one dynamic poses to the next. Click here for a class schedule.
Though Jivamukti Yoga Charleston sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
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About Jivamukti Yoga Charleston
Jeffrey Cohen and Andrea Boyd know that yoga's lessons stretch far beyond the reach of the studio mat. By applying Jivamukti tenets to all aspects of their lives, these advanced certified teachers endorse continual compassion, self-awareness, and Satsang—the practice of gathering with those who inspire you. Beneath their physical teachings lie lessons on character, which promote behaviors such as humility and compassion. They also demonstrate the power of generosity by holding annual "Help Send a Student to Teacher Training" fundraisers. As they strive to extend yoga's core values into their everyday lives, they and their students hope to become "agents of change in the world," an underlying goal highlighted in their 2008 Yoga Journal feature.
This holistic approach to yoga is evident in their classes, in which they blend breath work, meditation, chanting, and philosophy into innovative formats. They fuel posing sessions with soundtracks that range from Led Zeppelin riffs to spoken-word stanzas and use hands-on assists to support guests who suddenly decide to crowd-surf.