Sometimes our dreams are within reach, but more often, those dreams are on the highest of high shelves, beside the BB gun and the cupcakes "for tomorrow." Reach that shelf with today's Groupon: for $15 get 10 consecutive days of yoga classes and an instructional home practice CD (up to a $130 total value) at PranaYoga, which has two locations. All 10 classes must be used within 10 consecutive days after activation; any missed classes are forfeited.
Spend 10 days exploring the benefits of balancing mind and body with PranaYoga’s holistic exercise regimen. Certified instructors draw students through a plethora of yoga styles including Kriya, Yin, restorative, meditation, Vinyasa flow, Tibetan heart inspired, prenatal, community, deep stretch, and more with different classes scheduled throughout the week. After discovering loosened muscles and clearer mindscapes, students can further their practice at home with the instructional audio CD that turns into a yoga mat when placed in the microwave. PranaYoga’s classes run throughout the morning, afternoon, and evening seven days a week. Click here for a peek at the upcoming schedule.
- Yoga therapy is a large part of McGuire’s business. She even offers a free yoga class to community members in all stages of cancer, with donations going to the American Cancer Society. However, Pranayoga offers a variety of classes, ranging from Yoga 101 to Vinyasa Flow, a workout-based class. – Paige Chapman, The News-Sentinel
Prana Yoga School of Yoga and Health
Prana Yoga School of Yoga and Health takes its name from the Sanskrit word for "breath," a vital life force. As part of the studio's mission, its instructors aim to expose students to all the benefits of yoga and holistic health in a welcoming and nonjudgmental environment. With 60 classes available each week, Prana Yoga's two locations offer sessions designed for practitioners of every experience level. During all-levels courses, instructors invite all students to practice together while also modifying and adjusting poses for those who need it. Restorative sessions help practitioners relax, and prenatal courses bring relief to mothers-to-be.
In addition to group yoga, the facility hosts private one-on-one yoga, teacher-training programs, and a variety of workshops. Massage therapists are also available to perform Thai, hot-stone, and Swedish massages. As part of a commitment to giving back to the community, the founder of Prana Yoga also runs the Pranayoga Foundation, which brings yoga therapy to people with cancer and other chronic illnesses.