There comes a time when every day is the same as the last. When this happens, it’s best to look at things from a different angle and perspective. Whether this be at a 45 degree angle to the floor or from the bent-over-backwards perspective through your legs, today’s Groupon gives you perspective from every possible level, angle and core stretching pose. Get a month’s unlimited yoga classes, and a renewed thirst for life, for R149 at YogaLife.
YogaLife offers yoga on every level to accommodate everyone from the lady who can do her hair with her feet to the guy who hyperventilates every time the remote’s batteries die. Choose from Power yoga, yoga sculpt, Vinyasa classes and Bikram yoga. Though it may look like odd movements that surely can’t do much for the biceps, there’s really no better way to work off that bag of pretzels than by twisting your body into, well, a pretzel. Yoga works the core muscles unlike any machine or gym equipment, exercising muscles not even your chiropractor knew you had.
Every session is devised to restore balance and harmony, clearing the mind of worry, stress and tactics to avenge your stolen puppy mug. By means of graceful and precise movements, these sessions relieve tension and balance the mood, ensuring the safety of all vases, tea cups and plasma screens at home.
Boasting two fully equipped yoga studios, YogaLife brings a sense of calm to everyone who enters through its portals and is the one place you’re most likely to see a work acquaintance or department head in a compromising position. With full changing rooms and showers, you don’t have to wear your yoga stretchies under your pencil skirt or business suit to attend a class during your lunch or after work. However the fact that you don’t have the gear or the mat is really no excuse to sidestep this muscle tightening Groupon – YogaLife sells everything you need to get the most out of every twist and turn, so you can leave your sweats for Saturday and return that paisley mat to its place in the living room.
Yoga fact: In Scandanavia they have a yoga pose called the piggybank. This involves positioning standing on all fours and balancing a Scandanavian quarter on the tip of your nose while snorting to ‘clear the air passages’. Only rich people can really achieve this pose as middle class people are too skinny to mimic the look of a piggy and usually don’t have a quarter to balance on their noses.