Yoga Day Deals Abound As International Celebration Day Draws Closer

20/06/2015 4:05 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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In this Thursday, June 18, 2015, photo, Indians perform anti gravity aerial yoga in Ahmadabad, India. Yoga has a long history India, reaching back for thousands of years. The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made clear it wants the first International Yoga Day, held on Sunday, June 21, 2015, to be taken seriously. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)

Gung ho about the International Day for Yoga, various corporates are rolling out a plethora of merchandise and offering packages and deals to mark the event.

Snapdeal has launched a special yoga-themed store featuring over 500 yoga?related products like yoga learning e-guides, mats, modern yoga equipment, yoga-wear and more.

Customers can also avail exclusive offers and promotions on over 150 special products, for the week.

Wellness brand VLCC is conducting free yoga sessions at all its wellness centres and vocational training institutes across the country.

Trendy 'Yoga' themed T-shirts have been launched by Freecultr while Reebok has announced a trendy and chic Yoga collection with effortlessly cool silhouettes, capris with bold graphics, colour-popping sports bras and breathable leggings.

Besides these, colorful and trendy Yoga accessories such as mats, sippers, grip socks, yoga sleeves and bags are also on offer.

The recently launched Art of Living store on eBay has on offer audio CDs and DVDs on yoga.

A leading online travel portal Yatra.com has announced special yoga packages for its customers. The packages to Hrishikesh in North and Kovalam in the South of India will be available on its website from June 20.

"Many people are committing their vacation time to wellness travel, as exhibited by increased spending on fitness, diets, destination choices and to take a break from the rigours of city life," says Sunny Sodhi, COO, Corporate Travel, Yatra.com.

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