Airplane Yoga is written for business travelers and frequent flyers looking for ways to make airplane travel more comfortable before and during the flight. These are easy-to-follow instructions for seasoned ‘road warriors’ or occasional long-distance travelers that are new to yoga or for experienced yogis looking for yoga positions they can do on a plane. There are descriptions and photographs of 18 yoga positions to perform sitting in an airplane seat and 6 yoga positions to perform standing up. Each of the 24 yoga positions has step-by-step written instructions and at least one graphic illustration demonstrating the pose. Additionally, this enhanced version also contains 24 audio tracks, one for each pose, as well as video clips for 13 of the poses.
Airplane Yoga also contains six checklists of ‘Strategies for Zen-Like Air Travel’ which include:
* Planning tips to do 24-hours in advance of the flight
* Packing list ‘essential items’ for the carry-on bag
* Breathing exercises to do on the way to the airport
* Pre-check-in & post-security line suggestions to stay calm
* Boarding Gate yoga poses
* Tips to boost comfort on board the plane in seats that were build for safety, not comfort
Michael Huffman is both a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200) and a CPA (Certified Public Accountant). He spent over 20 years working in corporate cubicles at: Coinstar-Redbox, Intel, Microsoft, Deloitte, H.J. Heinz and Kroger. Early in his accounting career he recognized that working at a desk shortens hamstrings, tightens shoulders and worsens posture. Since leaving the corporate world in 2011, he's been on a mission is to create resources for airplane travelers and those who spend their workday in front of a computer. His goal to provide them with Zen-like instructions on how to incorporate basic yoga poses & techniques into their daily routine whether in an office or on the road.
Michael produces instructional materials focused on yoga poses that can be done in the office, on an airplane, in a hotel room or at home.