Do it Daily in October: Studio Anjali looking for 31-day yoga commitment
AVON — Studio Anjali at The Westin Riverfront is encouraging yogis to Do it Daily this October by committing to 31 days of yoga.
Do it Daily is a commitment designed to bring more energy, well-being and tranquility into your life and refine, expand and strengthen your physical and mental body. Studio Anjali offers an extensive daily schedule of yoga class times and styles, including vinyasa, hot flow, hatha and restorative yoga.
Studio Anjali’s October Do it Daily program includes:
• A daily journal to track practice progress;
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• Access to the Do it Daily group Facebook page, featuring daily inspirations, informative articles, pose spotlight and more;
• Mid-month Do it Daily gathering Oct. 15;
• One 50-minute private yoga session for $50;
• One 50-minute massage at Spa Anjali for $89; and
• Two yoga guest passes.
Do it Daily will kick off on Thursday, Oct. 1, with a special Yoga Beat class from 6 to 7:30 p.m. This invigorating vinyasa detox flow class led by Tara Goike will feature a down tempo blend of electronic beats mixed by DJ Kirby K. The cost is $20 in advance or $30 the day of the class. Preregistration is required at 970-790-2051.
Do it Daily is free for Athletic Club at The Westin members. Nonmembers can drop in for $20 per yoga class or purchase an unlimited yoga pass for October for $125. Participants can also purchase a Do it Daily T-shirt for $15.
All Do it Daily participants will also be registered to win prizes, including one month of membership dues, a Manduka EKO yoga mat and a $50 Spa Anjali gift certificate.
The End of Do it Daily Celebration will take place on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. with a Halloween fun flow class and an after-class social with Studio Anjali instructors. For more information, visit http://www.athleticclubwestin.com or call 970-790-2051.
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