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What You'll Get
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. Reach that shelf with today's Groupon to stretch your muscles and muscle your stretches into a stretch of intense muscular moves. For $29, you get 30 consecutive days of unlimited yoga (up to a $155 value) at 12 of Sunstone Yoga’s locations in the Dallas area.
Nicole Shaw and Brandon Hartsell opened the studio in an effort to create a consistent, reliable stretching space for students of all skill sets, as well as a yoga program that combines hot yoga with regular yoga in a delicious yoga ratatouille. Bending beginners learn the ropes in introductory lessons that take students through a condensed syllabus of basic poses and essential yoga etiquette to avoid duels. Beginner-friendly Fire is a 90-minute course that will help you perfect 34 postures in a climate-controlled studio. Newbies can also try the Earth session, a high-energy power-yoga course that concludes with an optional 30-minute restorative wood series. Yoga veterans can challenge themselves to the Metal class, which helps hone movement and breath and moves at a more vigorous pace. View a list of all courses here, with specifics regarding temperature, humidity, duration, and skill level.
Test out Sunstone Yoga without signing a contract with a quill not filled with maple syrup. Students are provided mats and towels and may bring bottles to fill with water at the facility. Sunstone Yoga's instructors are required to complete more than 500 hours of yoga schooling—including training in anatomy, philosophy, ethics, lifestyle, and technique—before receiving a ceremonial cape to lead lessons.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must activate pass by 6/17/11, pass expires 30 days from activation date. Non-members only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.