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What You'll Get
Yoga awakens the body and spirit, allowing yogis to forecast oncoming weather, traffic patterns, and unwinning lottery numbers, such as "four" and "peanut." Tune and tone your body with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a one-month unlimited pass (up to a $97 value) for classes at Surya Center for Yoga in Coppell.
A Yoga Alliance certified school, Surya Center for Yoga hosts inclusionary, community-based classes for all ages and yogic levels. Eager body benders can sign up for more than 20 sessions offered throughout the week, running roughly an hour each. Eliminate stress with a full barrage of posing, breathing, relaxation, and meditation. Romantic yogis and people whose pupils always remain dilated will enjoy restorative Candlelight Yoga on Wednesday nights. Each class can hold up to 50 bodies, and while supplies are provided, students are welcome to bring their own mats.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must arrive early to complete waiver. Not valid toward private lessons or special workouts. Valid for new students only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Surya Center for Yoga
Surya Center for Yoga founder Lisa Marshall discovered yoga while she was pregnant, when she used the ancient practice as a way to calm and strengthen her body and create a better environment for her little-one-to-be. The Surya Center for Yoga community is available to students seven days a week, and they can drop in on classes in 10 distinct modalities, including sessions exclusively for beginners and all-levels classes. A stable of 10 certified instructors guides students through sessions such as a 60-minute gentle Hatha-style yoga class designed to calm the mind and reduce stress, or a Wednesday-night candlelight session that incorporates blocks, straps, and blankets to ease inflexible joints or injured limbs into position more gently than a lamb moves a Jenga block.