Photo Essay: Valentine’s Day Yoga

ATHENS, Ga. – Active couples celebrated the day of love early this year with Vestigo, an online platform to book outdoor and active adventures, on Sunday, Feb. 12. Vestigo partnered up with Terrapin Brew Co. to host a couples yoga class as part of Terrapin’s Weekend of Love. The class, led by Brittany Barnes, taught nine couples how to communicate and work with each other while going through a vinyasa sequence.

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Nine couples follow yoga instructor, Brittany Barnes, in a partner warrior pose on Sun. Feb, 12 at Terrapin Brew Co. The class focuses on partners working together to successfully hold a yoga pose. (Photo/Devon Tucker)
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Terrapin Brew Co. hosted a Weekend of Love from Friday, Feb. 1o to Sunday Feb. 12. The weekend ended with the Vestigo yoga class led by Brittany Barnes. (Photo/Devon Tucker)
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Rochelle Still stretches out with her friend and yoga partner Lacey Flynn. The yoga class was open to all types of couples and relationships. (Photo/Devon Tucker)
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Couples follow yoga instructor, Brittany Barnes, in a supported side body stretch. The Vestigo yoga class specialized in relying on and supporting your partner to achieve the end goal of a beautifully balanced yoga pose. (Photo/Devon Tucker).
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Phi Nguyen (left) watches Lacey Flynn (middle) and Rochelle Still (right) as they hold the pose natarajasana together. This yoga position, also known as Lord of the Dance pose, helps increase concentration and decreases stress levels.  (Photo/Devon Tucker)
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Mother, Jackie Barnes (left), and daughter, Ashley Barnes (right), laugh together as they work with each other to stand up.  As Brittany Barnes led the class she kept it very interactive and encouraged every attendee to let go and have fun in the moment.    (Photo/Devon Tucker)
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Thomas Whitney (left) and his girlfriend Holly Munro (right) balance one another during tree pose. The partner class taught couples how to work together and bring them closer. By doing so, couples could go deeper into positions than they would by themselves. (Photo/Devon Tucker)
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