Nike’s Yoga Trapeze Has Its Own Brand and a $20,000 Bonus

Nike, a subsidiary of American Express, is now offering a yoga class called “The Perfect Body” on its website for free. 

The free classes, which cost $20 a class, include a 15-minute yoga walk and 15-minutes of yoga practice, as well as an hour of class time and a 10% cash bonus. 

“The Perfect Family” yoga class is offered for a limited time, and Nike will offer a similar class to other members of the Nike family for $40 a class.

The class is available to students of any age, gender, and ability. 

In addition, Nike is offering a free yoga class for the whole family, to all members of a family who attend the class, including children under the age of 18, according to the Nike website.

The yoga class was created in conjunction with yoga teacher and founder, Niki Suryawat, who says it was created to “help kids get off their butt and get into shape,” according to Nike.

“You don’t have to be a professional to do this, and you don’t even have to own a gym or fitness center,” Suryawa told The Huffington Post.

“It’s a really simple thing.

It’s all about getting people to be active and fit.”

Suryawatt says the class is designed for kids ages 12 to 18 and has been downloaded more than 9 million times since it was first launched. 

 The class will be available on Wednesday and Thursday.

The yoga classes will be offered in the following locations: Hollywood Hills, Long Beach, Santa Monica, Venice, Beverly Hills, Venice Beach, Hollywood Hills, Santa Barbara, Irvine, Pasadena, Santa Ana, Pasadena Park, Westwood, Rancho Cucamonga, and Westwood Village. 

If you are interested in enrolling in one of the yoga classes, the Nike Yoga Trainer Training Center is offering the class for free, according a description on its official website.

“Nike is committed to empowering kids to lead healthy lifestyles, and this class is a great way to get them started,” Sryawat said in a statement.

“I’ve always had the intention of helping young people lead a more active lifestyle.

We are thrilled that Nike has taken this step to make yoga a part of their everyday lives.”

The class, which is being offered at the Nike Training Center, will start at 9:30 a.m.

PT on Wednesday, and the classes will run until 1 p.m., according to Suryaws website. 

Nike also offers other yoga classes in the form of “Pose Works” for $50, $70, and $100, according the Nike Fitness Center website.