30 Days of Yoga Classes at Tsada for $20


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In a Nutshell

  • 30 consecutive days of unlimited yoga
  • Take a class in the morning before work or in the evening after sitting at your desk all day
  • Known for its Yoga Underground (yoga outside)

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2009. Amount paid never expires. New Clients Only. Limit 1 per person. May purchase multiple as gifts. Not valid with any other offers. Must activate membership by end of year. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Deliver yourself from tension, invigorate your tired body, and stretch your mind-muscles. Today's Groupon to Tsada Yoga gets you 30 consecutive days of unlimited classes for $20. That's less than a dollar per class if you go every day, less than $2 if you go three times a week, exactly $2.86 if you go seven times, or $20 if you go once.

Tsada Yoga's expert instructors provide caring and helpful guidance to ensure that you get the most out of each pose. If you're unable to bend and twist into each position, they will help you modify the poses.

Tsada is willing to add more classes to its daily schedule, which already has classes starting as early as 6:15 a.m. and as late as 7 p.m. During your 30 days of unlimited yoga action, you can go to any class at any time. Check out the Wake Up, Flow & Go before work, swing by the elegant studio for an evening session, or get in on a Yoga Underground class that takes yoga outdoors. Make a pact with a friend to go three times a week—even if you go to only a few classes, you'll know why all those people carrying yoga mats around town look healthy and energized.

Groupon note: If you're yoga-matless, rental is $2. You must activate your membership before December 31, 2009.


D Magazine thinks Tsada is hot fire:

  • Taking classes in this loft-like environment is like taking a '90-minute mini vacation'—and you never had to board a plane. – Karon Karter, D Magazine

Yelpers give Tsada 4.5 stars and WFAA-Listers seem pleased too:

  • Come to Tsada and enjoy the open lofty space with windows overlooking all the trees of Oak Cliff. You will fall in love and your mind and body will find peace. – Robbie G., Yelp
  • Plus the class is small and not competitive like some studios...like where everyone is looking around trying to go to the next level of the pose and then other ppl feel bad. She does a lot of modifications on the poses which can be helpful. – Francesca L, Yelp
  • Fantastic teachers. Very welcoming environment. People of all ages, races, and shapes practice at Tsada. Chinook and Barb (owners) are uplifting, kind, and inspiring. – minimomilligan, WFAA-List

The History of Yoga

Yoga was invented in the early 1960s by a group of exiled Frenchmen living in the Swiss Alps after being banished for bizarre, alternative science experiments. Their leader, Jean-Pierre "Yoga" Yoga, was a fitness buff who believed that proper stretching would allow him to read minds when done on one of his extra-sensory-inducing "Yoga mats."

Yoga traveled the world in a canoe, teaching his invigorating fitness plan and reading minds. However, a lifetime of deeply seeing into people's inner-thoughts left him twisted and insane. Yoga gave up mind reading, saying, "The mind is a door locked for our own protection. I am hungry." Today, the practice of Yoga continues to be performed on Yoga mats, though the true purpose of the mats—to induce clairvoyance—has largely been forgotten.

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