Yoga teaches people how to sustain poses while still breathing, a skill most yogis use to live undetected in wax museums. Trick a tourist with today’s Groupon to Yoga Bliss Studio in Tuscaloosa. Choose from the following options:
- For $12, you get 3 yoga classes (a $30 value).
- For $23, you get 6 yoga classes (a $50 value).
- For $44, you get 12 yoga classes (a $100 value).<p>
The dedicated instructors at Yoga Bliss Studio help students hone mind and body wellness with invigorating Vinyasa-style yoga classes. The studio’s robust schedule of classes accommodates students of all skill levels with sessions such as beginner lessons, in which inexperienced yogis learn the basic postures, transitions, and breathing techniques of the flowing Vinyasa yoga style. More practiced body benders can concentrate on building strength and endurance with challenging handstands, arm balances, and chakra folds during level-two and level-three classes.
The studio temperatures dial up to a balmy 80 degrees or warmer during hot-yoga classes to help the body evict squatting toxins as muscles melt into deep, healing stretches. Beneficial for beginners and veteran mat mavens alike, a fundamentals class helps students practice each pose with proper alignment, using supportive props such as blocks, blankets, and rubber chickens to prevent soundly stacked spines from toppling over. Yoga Bliss Studio provides each student with all the necessary equipment, including mats, towels, water, and bits and bridles for tying up distracting cell phones outside of class.
The skilled teachers at Yoga Bliss guide students through three levels of instruction: level-one classes, which cater to beginners, and levels two and three, which concentrate on building strength and endurance with challenging handstands, arm balances, and chakra folds. A fundamentals class, beneficial for beginners and veterans alike, emphasizes proper alignment and incorporates props such as blocks, blankets, and rubber chickens. The studio's temperature can dial past 80 degrees during hot-yoga classes to help muscles melt into deep, healing stretches.