Yoga-Friendly Travel: Hotels Helping Yogis Maintain a Regular Practice

Hotels across the country are ready to help you stick to your yoga and meditation practice.
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Hotels across the country are ready to help you stick to your yoga and meditation practice.
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Dealing with the stress of traveling and staying in unfamiliar spaces can be tough on your body—and a good reason to stick to your yoga and meditation practice.

Fortunately, hotels across the country are ready to help you do just that. Westin Hotels now provide guests with a month’s worth of video yoga classes via the FitStar smartphone app by Fitbit, including hundreds of sequences created by Strala Yoga founder Tara Stiles.

And, along with stocking rooms with mats and offering a dedicated yoga TV channel, Kimpton Hotels recently partnered with New York City’s Shinnyo Center for Meditation and Well-Being to offer guided meditation, live meditative music, and even nutrition coaching to groups meeting or staying at three of their NYC hotels. Here’s hoping on-the-go yoga programs like these become as ubiquitous as the hotel mini-bar.

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