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What You'll Get
Though holding a mountain pose yields comfort and serenity, holding a mountain goat yields a lifelong friendship. Embrace tranquility with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $45 for one 90-minute private medical yoga therapy session ($100 value)
- $40 for eight group yoga classes ($96.99 value)
- $55 for one month of unlimited group yoga classes ($116.99 value)
An experienced instructor leads students—regardless of age or experience level—through Hatha- and Vinyasa-style postures set to breathing exercises. Group classes range from easy, relaxing yoga flow to advanced power yoga practices, and focus on making students feel younger, more energized, and help recovery.
Private medical yoga therapy sessions are personalized to each guest's specific needs, and are often used for those recovering from an accident or surgery. Click here for an onsite class schedule or here to learn more about online classes conducted via Skype.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Subject to availability. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. May redeem across visits. Valid only for option purchased. Expires 120 days after purchase. Not valid during Special Events.. Classes are non-transferable. Must finish 8 classes within 60 days of activating your first Groupon class. Valid for new clients only, or those that haven't been in the past 12 months. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Florida Yoga Academy
Due to her contagious love of yoga, Inga Balciuniene's class space has grown from a room that could only hold four guests into a studio with a massage area and teaching staff. Even so, the certified instructor hasn't stopped reaching out to her community. Her Hatha- and Vinyasa-style lessons cater to any age, body type, and ability, with posture adjustments for students who stretch at different paces. She also entertains children aged 3 and older with lighthearted kids' yoga sessions, which channel creativity to keep youngsters moving instead of convincing them that their mats are lava. Inga also teaches yoga principles to special needs kids and adults, including some with autism. Apart from classes, events such as Yoga and Wine Night—where libations and recipes for healthy eats are passed around—encourage visitors to socialize in the candlelit space.
Inga is far from possessive of the environment she has built, and she readily rents out the studio to other teachers. She currently shares the space with a belly-dance expert and two massage therapists.