Celebrate National Yoga Month with free classes, deals on workout gear
By Brittany Anas
Are you om-board with National Yoga Month? Here’s a few reasons why you should celebrate: Free classes! Deals on workout clothes! And a chance to share your yogi stories with the world.
Athleta — one of our favorite online shops for chic workout clothes — has rolled out the mat to make September a month of health and relaxation.
Take free classes online: San Francisco-based yoga instructor Stephanie Snyder is teaching online, free yoga classes through Athleta. You can choose from classes. For example, the “Vinyasa” class is ideal for beginners and will help you shake off sleepiness in the morning. At the end of the day, give the “Hatha” video a try to unravel tension and prep for a peaceful evening. There’s also a yoga video for athletes.
Drop into the Athleta store: You’ll get free hemming on your pants and get product and fit advice from a store professional.
Share your yoga stories with others: Upload a photo and add a few words about why you love yoga, and use the hashtag #ShareYourOm. Check out Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter for yoga love stories.
Treat yourself to some new yoga gear and clothes: And save money while you’re at it, with 3 percent Cash Back on your purchases and other coupons and offers through ShopAtHome.com. We love the Chaturanga line at Athleta — especially these plum red yoga pants. A few things to keep in mind when you’re shopping for yoga clothes: Buy tight-fitting tanks or shirts — like these tanks with pretty batik prints — so that you don’t flash the studio while holding an inverted pose. If you’re a newbie yogi, want to expand your knowledge or are looking for a thoughtful gift for a friend in your yoga class — check out the “Yoga Fan” by Athleta. The booklet contains diagrams and directions for more than 50 postures.
Read more articles about Athleta here.
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