Tag: yoga

Air Travel

New Adventure Travel Company From AAA Puts Focus on the Journey

August 08, 2018. Colm Ashe

Specializing in adventure travel, AAA’s new company Club Adventures appeals to a new generation of travelers in search of intimate, culturally-immersive itineraries.

Technology

55 Reasons It’s Great to Be Over 55

August 03, 2018. Vanessa Young

Like fine wine, people only get better with age. Don’t believe it? We’ve got 55 reasons to convince you.

AAA

AAA’s Top Hotels and Restaurants for Families

July 29, 2018. Sarah Hopkins

8 million Americans plan to take family vacations this year. To help young families prep for their next trip, AAA’s Inspectors have identified some of their favorite family-friendly hotels and restaurants for 2018. Here are some of the highlights.

Ocean Cruises

Cruise Alaska and Expect the Unexpected

January 28, 2018. Joanna Cutrara

Breathtaking natural beauty, stunning views, diverse wildlife. Why an Alaskan Cruise should be your next dream vacation.

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Health & Fitness

Laughter Yoga – No Joke

January 15, 2018. Debbie L. Miller

Ho-Ho-Ha-Ha-Ha! Laugh off your stress in a laughter yoga class.

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Air Travel & Health & Fitness

Namaslay Your Next Flight

November 28, 2017. Christina Elston

Would a few minutes of yoga make that flight from L.A. to London easier on the spine and legs? Yoga rooms that have popped up in at least seven international airports in recent years suggest it would. “I’ve been to yoga rooms at Chicago and San Francisco during layovers,” said Jill Miller, L.A.-based founder of…

Health & Fitness

Find Your Flow With Varied Yoga Styles

April 01, 2017. Dana Laverty

More than 36 million people practiced yoga in 2016, according to a Yoga Alliance and Yoga Journal study. If you’d like to become one of them, we’ve put together a primer with the help of Andrew Tanner, chief ambassador for Yoga Alliance. His No. 1 piece of advice?  “Look for a studio near you, particularly…

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Air Travel

Beat Back Jet Lag

March 08, 2017. AAA Staff

Whether you’re traveling for fun or to get stuff done, a change in time zones and schedules can make it challenging to keep up your energy level. The following tips can help. Getting a good night’s sleep is an obvious start. Deploy those hotel blackout curtains – and try a technology blackout as well –…

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Health & Fitness

Stay Fit on the Fly

February 08, 2017. AAA Staff

The Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno, Nev., has a rock climbing park with the world’s tallest artificial climbing wall and a 7,000-squarefoot indoor bouldering park. From the fitness center at the Park Hyatt in Tokyo, 47 floors up, you can get a 360-degree view of the city while you take Pilates, aqua walking and…