Yoga emphasizes seamless transition between poses, a skill set adopted by the Navy to teach cursive flag semaphore to its sailors. Spell out serene stances with today's Groupon to Yoga Body & Balance. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a five-class punch card (a $65 value).
- For $49, you get a 10-class punch card (a $110 value).
Yoga Body & Balance's team of passionate and energetic instructors teach students of all abilities to flow freely, balance with strength, and earn flexibility during a full schedule of mind and body honing classes. Newbies soak up fundamentals and expert yogis polish up their game during basic yoga sessions in the intimate studio, which warmly envelopes all students with aspirations of elasticity in a cocoon of soothing aromas, relaxing tunes, and calming colors. Alternatively, thrill seekers and fitness junkies feel the comfortable burn of a hot-yoga session, performed in a room heated to temperatures of 90–100 degrees to purge toxins through sweat and enable deep joint-opening stretches. Whimsical YogaLicious sessions work through creative combos of poses and stances, using the alignment principles of Yin yoga to tone muscles and boost stretchiness to pizza-cheese levels.
With a calendar offering daily classes, students with busy schedules can find ample opportunities to learn the mind-centering art before putting their day planners on a strict yoga routine so it too can learn the multitudinal benefits of flexibility.
Yoga Body & Balance
Owners Tataya and Thomas Radtke originally began Yoga Body & Balance in the living room of their home. Since then, they have expanded to new location with enough space to host the studio's eclectic assortment of yoga classes and bodywork treatments. Having studied Hatha, Ashtanga, and Anusara yoga, Tataya supervises varied sessions for a range of ages and skill levels, from gentle, introspective styles to vigorous, athletically based classes. This extensive range of opportunities allows students of various flexibilities to pursue a style that corresponds with the desired realism of their Gumby Halloween costume.
In addition to yoga, the center also treats visitors with various types of bodywork, such as Thai massage, Lakota raindrop technique, and sustained bear hugs. Alongside acupuncture sessions with a licensed therapist, these treatments work to target the symptoms of physical pain while also addressing the energetic imbalances believed to cause them.
2300 S 48th St.
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510Get Directions