Get Your Om On

September is National Yoga Month—which means there are lots of ways to find your zen for free over the next few weeks.

 

The Yoga Health Foundation is offering new students a complimentary week of yoga at more than 2,200 studios around the country. Use their search function to find one in your area, then print out the coupon, which is redeemable anytime in September or October.

 

On September 30, yogis across the world will participate in Time for Yoga Global Practice at 7 p.m. local time in their communities. Some studios will offer yoga classes; others will lead meditation sessions or even just a moment of mindfulness. Check out the website to see what events are going on near you.

 

And as always, you can hop into a local Lululemon to sweat it out on the mat for free.

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