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GIVEAWAY SLC Bikram Yoga 5 Day Pass! $65 Value! -CLOSED-


Are you ready to get your Bikram yoga on? Well, you should be! Read my recent post and get to it! :) To help you in your quest, Salt Lake City Bikram yoga is offering one lucky reader, and local Utah resident a 5 class pass; thats a $65 value! Woo-hoo! Enter our giveaway now, here on Tight Wad in Utah!

Here's how to enter:

1.  Visit Bikram Yoga's website and leave a comment on this post stating something that interests you about it. 

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Giveaway will end Tuesday March 8th at 10 p.m. MST.  Winner will be chosen by   I was given 30 days to try out Bikram Yoga in SLC.  No other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own.  All information gathered for the giveaway will be discarded when over.  Your privacy is important. 



Autumn said…
I like their varying times available on the schedule.
Jena said…
The out-of-towner week of classes interests me a lot cause I live in Cedar City but will probably be moving to the Salt Lake Area in a few months!
Nicole said…
I like that they give a student discount :)
Vidisha said…
different time available is good.
Amy said…
Excited to practice in a heated room in an established Bikram studio!
Marva Jean said…
I did not realize that it was as challenging as it is and that you have to go at a slow pace and do it exactly to get the best benefit.
Helena said…
I like how they stretch you out in a methodical and practical way, helping you to get your best stretch and not get hurt in the process!
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SL&G said…
I think there website is very user friendly! And I like that they have different class packages. I'm loving it so far!
Anonymous said…
I've been wantin to try it. If I can ever get organized, I'll come to one of your classes at church!

Baby Mama said…
I love that there are classes on Sunday
Melissa said…
I like the varity of class times offered. That's important to me.
Anonymous said…
I like their schedule
Angie_G said…

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