Research shows that the best way to see the world from a different perspective is to flex your body into the downward dog posture and look through your legs. Embrace the new view and centre your body and mind with today’s Groupon: Pay R149 for up to ten yoga classes in four weeks at Being Yoga Studio.
With “busy lifestyle” printed in bold letters all over your face, it’s probably safe to assume that “stressed” and “tired” are hidden somewhere on other regions of your body. Spending little to no time replenishing the red energy supply in your body’s life bar, dangers are bound to lurk at every corner waiting for the chance to suck your life bar dry, and leave you in a worn out mess. It’s probably safe to assume that you need your body centred and your chakras realigned.
Though looking at a list of yoga postures may resemble the menu at an Indian fusion-food restaurant, the after-effects are nothing alike. Trained in the Indian art-form with incredible amounts of skill though modest in manner, Being Yoga Studio is one of those places you can’t help feeling completely at ease in as soon as your foot oversteps the boundary. No extra baggage is allowed through the doorway and yoga mats are provided for each class, meaning that all you have to bring along is yourself and a pocket for your Groupon. With an instructor trained in the art of stretching and flexing your parts to points never before reached, the therapeutic yoga exercises will tune you into your surroundings, making your body almost powerful enough to detect when small ant colonies are on the move.
Through the practice of control, breathing exercises and age-old postures, your body will feel revived, fitter and happier. Views through your legs and over your shoulders will leave you with restocked energy supplies, a body and mind reunited and a new pleasing routine to keep those body bits in tip top form. In fact, flexible as you may become in the ten classes, you may just be able to contort into a shape resembling a smiley face.
Flexi-Fact: After emptying a bottle of bleach onto her washing under a purple tree in China, Su Li Yang discovered a new form of exercise. Washing her dirty laundry required stretching from the bucket in a hole to the top of the purple tree to hang the clothing and the motion sparked an exercise craze throughout the nation.