Yoga takes off

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Airports aren’t typically known for being stress-free environments, primed for meditation and a good stretch. A partnership between Bigtincan and Yoga on the Fly, however, aims to deliver just that.

Through the effort, travelers can purchase time to relax in a private mini studio. There, they’ll have access to a tablet offering a variety of classes, displayed through the Bigtincan interface. Bigtincan provides artificial intelligence-powered sales automation, which means customers can easily choose the classes they want, and

Yoga on the Fly can receive crucial reporting about content and use.

Yoga on the Fly offers headsets, yoga mats and props in addition to the iPad courses; the first mini studio opened at Denver International Airport last fall, and more locations are planned for this year. Travelers can take classes that range from eight to 20 minutes in length, or can combine them for a longer session. Retail products are also available.

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