Professional bobsled teams shave seconds off their time by breathing in unison and leveraging flexibility during turns. Master the techniques necessary to defeat hardened gangs of bobsled criminals with today's Groupon to Moksha Yoga. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get 10 yoga classes at the Maple location (up to a $158.20 value, including HST).
- For $39, you get 10 yoga classes at the Markham location (up to a $152.55 value, including HST).
- For $39, you get 10 yoga classes at the Richmond Hill location (up to a $158.20 value, including HST).
- For $39, you get 10 yoga classes at the Pickering location (up to a $152.55 value, including HST).
The Moksha yoga discipline combines traditional yoga postures with therapeutic heated studios for a strengthening and toning cardiovascular stretchout. Heat deepens stretching and increases sweat in 60-, 75-, or 90-minute sessions to help detoxify the skin, muscles, and heavy-metal-riddled minds. Moksha also offers nonheated classes for a variety of experiences. Knowledgeable instructors ensure that posers of all skill levels can tap into the powers of yoga so that even the least stretchable beginners and participants made of wood can enjoy its body-bending benefits. All classes must be used within two months of the first class attended, and contorters sans mats may rent one for each session at their chosen studio ($2).
Sustainable lifestyle choices, environmental consciousness, and building a sense of community: these are a few of the pillars upon which Moksha Yoga is built. The architects are Jessica Robertson and Ted Grand, who drew from years of training under yoga masters such as Bikram Choudhury and Acharya Yogana before co-founding Moksha Yoga. Their focus is on clearing the mind of distractions, detoxifying the body through sweat, and building powerful core musculature that can help practitioners overcome everyday obstacles from managing arthritis or stress to sliding out of tight crawlspaces.
Moksha Yoga's more than 70 studios operate under the caring supervision of a professional teaching staff. Their diverse backgrounds not only include years of yoga study, but also apprenticeships under Nobel Peace Prize winners and careers with Amnesty International. Both instructors and students are encouraged to share their positive philosophy off the mat as well: the company supports several charitable endeavours, and its studios are powered by renewable energy sources.