Yoga studios around Edmonton are poised to offer adherents a passport to peace of mind — and body.

Studios are offering their students a brand new multi-studio pass, which will be valid from today until March 31, 2011.

The pass is called Passport to Prana.

The word prana means “life force,” and, for $20, it allows students to get one free class at each of the participating studios around the city.

“It is a great way to try different styles of yoga, to try different studios, to really find a place they are going to harmonize with the best,” said Raj Gandhi, CEO of Passport to Prana.

“Every teacher is different, every studio is different, and there is so much information on the Internet about yoga, so it is always best to try it out for yourself.”

Throughout the year, Passport to Prana will be attempting to get even more Edmonton yoga studios involved, and those holding passes will then have access to a free class at any newly participating studio.

“The reason that I got involved with it is because I have several students that have 10 passes to various studios,” said Rene Johnson, owner of Shanti Yoga Studio in Edmonton.

“I have been telling people about it and the response has been really great.

“People are excited about it and think it is a great idea.”

To find a list of participating yoga studios, go to passporttoprana.com and click on Canada.