Work Out Your Holiday Stress

Shannon Paul

| 2 min read

Exhausted from holiday planning and errands?
Does the thought of a jam-packed mall make you cringe?
Anticipating the need to blow off some steam after too much family time?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, think about spending some quality time in a yoga studio near you over the holidays. Yoga is a great way to shed holiday stress and work off some of that holiday weight Practicing yoga has a wide array of benefits, from building core strength to improving posture to increasing your level of flexibility. Yoga also makes a fun holiday gift for friends and family looking ahead to 2012 resolutions. Why not give the gift of health – with a yoga mat and package of beginner classes?
If you need to find a place to show off your best Downward-Facing Dog pose, check out our list of some great Michigan yoga studios below.
Ann Arbor
Grand Rapids
Grosse Pointe
Rochester Hills
Royal Oak
Traverse City
West Bloomfield
All of these Yoga studios have exclusive discounts for members of the Michigan Blues. If you’re a member, go to to start saving on your holiday fitness today! And, don’t forget – hot yoga is just about the best way there is to get rid of the holiday chills!!
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Photo courtesy of Tom Mooring

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