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Dirty Yoga IS a down and dirty workout that could be the way to squeeze exercise into your teeming schedule. The online subscription service can be done anytime and anywhere.

“Our workouts are time-efficient and designed to deliver as much bang for your buck as possible,” says co-founder and instructor Jess Gronholm. “There’s no lying around or downtime in Dirty Yoga.” Classes of different levels are available to watch on the website and can be done in a hotel room or your office, making it perfect for busy travelers. And with brand-new videos each week, you won’t grow bored of the same old DVD routine. Sign up for one week ($10), one month ($25) or for an ongoing subscription ($20 monthly) with 13 new videos available to view each week. If you prefer skipping the “oms” and all the touchy-feely stuff and just want to get right to sweating, this workout is for you. 

Post-Flight Moves
While you should stretch as much as you can during a flight, you can really make a big difference in the way your body feels with a little yoga after your flight. These three poses will get you started:

Downward Dog
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Stretches your legs, back and shoulders, and wakes up your body. Hold for one minute.
Standing Pigeon
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Loosens your hips, tush and lower back. Hold each side for one minute.
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Makes space in your body. Hold each side for one minute.