What You'll Get
Yoga is a much easier way to exercise both mind and body than testing Einstein's theory of relativity by racing a beam of light. Avoid a science-related sprain with today's Groupon: for $25, you get one month of unlimited yoga classes at Yogis R Us (up to a $90 value).
Yogis R Us offers centering classes designed to enhance the bodily and mental health of students from all of life’s walks. Led by founder and therapist Brynn Byrne, 75-minute day and evening group classes concentrate on breath work, guided meditation, and basic yoga poses. Monday through Saturday, Lunchtime Yoga is dished up in the studio in 45- to 50-minute sessions, ideal for working professionals who choose to savor their lunch breaks rather than fritter them away with mild interoffice email hacking. Yogis R Us also fosters a community of conscious citizens by hosting monthly philosophy discussion groups and by assembling a drum circle every full moon in an attempt to make the retreating tide do a funny little dance.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must activate by 11/8/11, membership expires 1 month from activation date. Subject to availability. New clients only. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Elemental Yoga: North Texas Yoga Therapy
Under the watchful guidance of founder and yogi Brynn Byrne, the dedicated instructors at Elemental Yoga: North Texas Yoga Therapy help students boost core strength and detoxify bodily systems with their schedule of yoga classes. Classes vary based on skill level and intensity, with meditative flow easing practitioners into centering poses and advanced posture sessions helping seasoned students progress on their yogic journeys. No matter the class, instructors embrace the tenets of holistic healing, crafting sessions that can improve respiration, sharpen mental faculties, and restore energy lost during attempts to power the television with a stationary bike.