Studio Anjali holding 6th annual Do It Daily yoga celebration this October
AVON — Studio Anjali at The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa is encouraging yogis to Do It Daily this October by committing to 31 days of yoga for noticeable results.
Do It Daily is a commitment designed to bring more energy, well-being and tranquility into your life and to refine, expand and strengthen your physical and mental body. Studio Anjali at The Westin offers an extensive daily schedule of yoga class times and styles, including vinyasa, hot flow, hatha, restorative, aerial and yoga for stiff people.
All types of athletes can benefit from doing regular yoga classes, including:
Skiers/snowboarders: Pre-hab this season with an October commitment to mobility and balance.
Cyclists: Shed a summer of tight hips and glutes with focused openers.
Runners: Increase flexibility and dynamic movement with hamstring release.
Do It Daily is free for Athletic Club at The Westin members. Non-members can drop-in for $20 per yoga class or purchase an unlimited yoga pass for October for $125. All Do It Daily participants will be registered to win prizes, including:
One month of membership dues.
Manduka EKO yoga mat.
$50 Spa Anjali gift certificate.
Studio Anjali is also going pink in October to help support the Vail Breast Cancer Awareness Group. Options include:
Pink classes with free giveaways for participants
“I move for _____” donation opportunities
Glow Flow Community Donation Class on Saturday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m. with Jimme Lyn Gatz.
Spa Anjali will be donating $20 for each 75-minute Spa Anjali massage or facial booked for Oct. 9 to 13.
Twenty percent off any PINK retail item purchased in the Spa Anjali Boutique from Oct. 9 to 13 will be donated to the Vail Breast Cancer Awareness Group.
For more information or to register, visit http://www.spaanjali.com or call 970-790-2051.
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