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Are You Doing Chaturanga Safely?

At Yoga Pod Dallas, we pride ourselves on being a yoga studio for beginners and seasoned practitioners alike. We know the barriers to yoga, and we do our best to minimize them for our [...]

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September Events At Yoga Pod Dallas

Upcoming Specialty Classes, Trainings & Events in September One of the great perks of membership is access to our Trainings and Events outside of our regular classes at a discounted rate or [...]

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Become A Karma Yogi!

Not Ready for your $30 for 30 Day Intro Offer to End? For 3.5 hours each week to keep our studio clean and tidy, you can keep the $30 price for unlimited yoga and fitness!!  Check out our new and [...]

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Yoga Pod Dallas Fall Schedule

The FALL Schedule has Arrived! We’re gearing up for fall with our new schedule that begins this Sunday, September 9th!  Weekend Flow is a NEW non-heated flow class geared toward the [...]

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Announcing Fall Teacher Training Schedule

Are you ready? Ready to become a Yoga Teacher or simply broaden your understanding of Yoga?  Obtain your 200 Hour Yoga Certification with Yoga Pod Dallas’ Intensive Teacher Training offered [...]

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podBARRE Master Class

We are so excited to offer a very special Master Barre Class on Sunday, August 26th from 11:00 am – 12:30pm! Space is limited – reserve your spot today! This workshop is open to all [...]

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On Your Hands, Get Set, GO!

Join our very own Ela Bilgin on Saturday, August 18th at 12:15 pm for this 90 minute Master Class! This workshop is open to all levels of Yoga practitioners who want to explore the world of [...]

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PODGO!

Time for some fun with P-O-D-G-O, (our yoga studio’s version of BINGO)! Stop by our front desk today, grab yourself a PODGO card and begin playing! PODGO Details* – Anyone who [...]

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Back To School Special!

It’s Back to School Time!  Try our $30 for 30 Days Intro Offer if you haven’t already done so then join The Pod for about $2 a day with our Annual Membership available only to NEW [...]

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Tips for Your First podHOT Class

Given the climate of Dallas, the idea of taking a hot yoga class might seem insane. Why would you readily exercise in a class set to 105 degrees and 60 percent humidity when it is probably that [...]