Show Us Your #PowerToTheSolstice Yoga Pose
We’ve been practicing all of our favorite power yoga poses in anticipation for Solstice in Times Square: Mind Over Madness on June 21st, where we’ll join thousands of you to celebrate the longest day of the year and officially kick off the summer season. We want you to join us – and we’re giving away ten $300 Athleta shop cards in our #PowerToTheSolstice sweepstakes!
If you plan to join us in Times Square or if you plan to participate in one of our 8 other Solstice events happening all over the country we want to know: what’s your favorite power yoga pose? What’s that go-to position that makes you feel strong, grounded and open? What makes you feel powerful? Can you rock the plank like nobody’s business? Or do you prefer the elongating dancer pose? Does your handstand pose help you flip the world on it’s head? Share your pose with us by using the hashtag #PowerToTheSolstice for a chance to win a $300 shop card.
Need a little inspiration? Check out our 6 Powerful Yoga Moves to get you ready.
How to Enter: To enter, upload an original photo on Instagram or Twitter, and include the hashtag #PowerToTheSolstice. Your post must be from a public account for the entry to be valid, and include the hashtag in the original post caption.
Entry Dates: Entries must be posted between 9 AM PT on Monday, June 15, 2015 and 11:59 PM PT on Monday, June 22, 2015.
Prizes: Winners will be selected at random from all valid entries. Ten winners will receive three hundred dollars each in Athleta credit, to be used on athleta.com and in Athleta stores. Winners will be selected and notified by Friday, June 26, 2015.
No purchase necessary to enter or win. A purchase does not improve your chances of winning.
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