Yoga Yoga in Austin, TX, is participating in the annual, citywide Free Day of Yoga event on Monday, September 3 with 76 free yoga classes at Yoga Yogaâ€™s five locations.
Online PR News – 28-August-2012 – Austin, TX – Yoga Yoga in Austin, TX, is participating in the annual, citywide Free Day of Yoga event on Monday, September 3 with 76 free yoga classes at Yoga Yogaâ€™s five locations. Among the class offerings in the studio are several beginner-friendly yoga classes that will include a beginner orientation, as well as an Introduction to Prenatal option. More experienced yogis can come to a traditional, pre-dawn Sadhana, attend a yoga bootcamp class for an intense workout, or try a new yoga sampler class that will offer a variety of yoga lineages in one session. Also new this year: a lunchtime yoga dance party at the Westgate studio. There will also be Yoga Yoga Teacher Training information sessions, special one-day-only discounts for yoga passes and retail items, and the day will end with celebrations at three Yoga Yoga centers: a Gong Concert with Yoga Yoga Founder Mehtab Benton at 360, Partner Yoga with Joe and Mary at Westgate, or Live Music Hatha Flow with Sapphire and Kewal at North.
All studio classes are free and open to the general public and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Arriving 30 minutes in advance of class time is recommended. This citywide event also includes free yoga classes at many other yoga studios in Austin. For a complete list of participating studios and their schedules, visit www.freedayofyoga.com or contact email@example.com.
According to the 2008 Yoga in America study, 15.8 million U.S. adults practice yoga. The 2008 study also indicated that almost half of current practitioners started practicing yoga to improve their overall health. One significant trend to emerge from the study is the use of yoga as medical therapy. According to the study, nearly 14 million Americans say that a doctor or therapist has recommended yoga to them. In addition, nearly half of all adults agree that yoga would be beneficial if they were undergoing treatment for a medical condition. Research studies have shown yoga to be beneficial for people with a wide variety of health conditions including cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis, eating disorders, and chronic pain. General health benefits of yoga include stress relief, increased strength and flexibility, and improved concentration.
For more information about Yoga Yoga, visit www.yogayoga.com or call (512) 326-3900.
About Yoga Yoga: Yoga Yoga is Austin's premier source for yoga with five locations, over 325 classes weekly, and an Ayurvedically-inspired wellness spa. With more than 100 registered yoga teachers, Yoga Yoga provides a wide variety of yoga styles for new and continuing students, including Hatha, Kundalini, and Ashtanga. Yoga Yoga Teacher Training offers a nationally recognized program with 200 and 500-hour courses approved by the Yoga Alliance. Yoga at Work specializes in bringing the benefits of yoga into the workplace. For more information, visit www.yogayoga.com or call (512) 358-1200.