Relax and de-stress from your travels with airport yoga!
It’s no secret that travel has gotten more stressful these days. With long layovers, flight delays, and packed airports, you’ll really need a vacation by the time you reach your destination! That’s why I was super excited to see that some airports are jumping on the the yoga trend – introducing: airport yoga!
Several airports around the globe now offer free yoga rooms for traveling passengers.
Instead of fighting the crowds to browse the duty-free shop, or standing in line for yet another over-priced coffee, why not spend 15 minutes in a quiet, serene yoga lounge?
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You’ll emerge refreshed, relaxed, and better able to deal with any challenges that may come up during your trip.
Here are 3 airports with yoga lounges to check out the next time you’re traveling through:
San Franciso International Airport
In fact, this is the first airport to offer a yoga room to their passengers. They came up with this idea back in 2012. They now offer 2 yoga rooms available for domestic flight passengers free of charge.
Chicago O’Hare International Airport
If one day you’ll find yourself in a yoga room in Chicago O’Hare, you’ll be able to quickly recharge your batteries by following exercise techniques on a special monitor and listening to the sounds of nature. The warm colors of the room and the calming atmosphere will make you forget about the hustle and bustle of the airport. You can use the room free of charge.
About a year ago Frankfurt Airport opened two free yoga rooms for transferring passengers. They are fully equipped with mats and yoga props and are open 24 hours a day.
Learn more & find more airports offering yoga rooms at Yoga.com…
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