How Delta will help you chill out on upcoming holiday flights

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Say goodbye to holiday headaches — Peloton is partnering with Delta Air Lines to bring some of its wellbeing-focused content to the airline’s in-flight entertainment systems.

Starting this month, Delta passengers can find zen in their seat with guided stretches and meditations led by Peloton instructors with the new “Classes in the Clouds” collection.

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The classes, which range in length from five to 20 minutes, will help passengers to relax, recharge, stretch and maybe even catch some Z’s. Popular Peloton instructors including Matty Maggiacomo, Adrian Williams and Chelsea Jackson Roberts will lead the exercises.

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Jen Cotter, Peloton’s chief content officer told CNN that these types of classes are “critical to anyone’s wellness routine,” especially while traveling.

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This is the first time Peloton content has been made available on a platform other than Peloton’s treadmill and stationary bike.

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