A spoonful of yoga will make the backaches go down, in the most enlightened way. Bay Area dwellers are tuning into this mantra, as there are hundreds of yoga classes to choose from in and outside of the city. Businesses in the Bay are even offering classes for their employees.
Most yogis here have a daily practice and purchase monthly passes for an average of $160 or pay a drop in fee of $12-24. With the recent economy fall, dropping $20 to get into downward dog at the studio everyday seems frivolous when meeting the bills is a challenge in itself.
Yoga teacher Les Leventhal, local to the Bay and sought after around the world, created the opportunity for yogis to practice with podcast video online. His authentic podcast’s cost a mere 19.99 per month, which includes four classes of varying length.
Life with yoga podcast allows yogis to practice whenever they want at a low cost in their own home. Talk about getting into the "mudra."
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