More to the Mile High Club: Yoga at 35,000 Feet

Qatar Airways Company Q.C.S.C is based in Doha and among only six airlines to be awarded a 5-star rating by Skytrax. For those of you unaccustomed to five star flying status, we feel bad. You are missing out on a whole mess of luxury in the sky, like rich comfort, fine dining and now, even, in-flight exercise at 35,000 feet.


Qatar Airways is taking steps to help their clients stay fit in-flight this New Years with the introductions of an onboard yoga and wellbeing guide. Customized for long-distance fliers, the new four-page "Fly Healthy, Fly Fit" guide will help you feel more balanced, healthy and relaxed mid-flight. Qatar worked in association with "The Chopra Center for Wellbeing" designing an exercise routine for passengers. Deepak Chopra’s famed holistic approach fuses West with East ideologies. The growing trend of combining modern medical knowledge with the ancient science of Ayurveda, plus, the art of yoga is in Qatars regimen. Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word means ‘science of life’, it was founded onthe principle that health is more than the absence of disease butrather an integrated system of balance in mind, body and spirit.Deepak Chopra includes pre-travel tips, meditative practices and flying health advice, plus ways to combat onboard ailments. 

With over 80 international destinations, the choice is simple. If you don’t fly private than choose the next best thing, a five-star commercial firm like Qatar. Maybe on your next trip you will walk off the flight feeling better than when you got on, anything is possible right?