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Make sure to vote, final votes must be in by December 15st

please vote for your favorite t-shirts! The winning shirt will be announced after voting ins complete on December 1st, and the design will be available to purchase after they are printed. The winner of the contest will win an Unlimited FREE year at Yen Yoga Fitness, as well as their design available to purchase

How it works:

  • You may now vote for as many designs as you like! Simply click the "vote for this shirt!" link under the design. Dont forget to click the picture to see a larger version!
  • Check out the vote count to see what shirt is in the lead!
  • The winner will be announced shortly after voting closes on December 1st

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Hamsa Hand State

My wife, a diehard member of Yen Yoga since day 1, brought this contest to my attention. I...

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My wife, a diehard member of Yen Yoga since day 1, brought this contest to my attention. I always love a challenge, and tying together elements of Yen with elements of this great state of ours, was quite the challenge! The Hamsa Hand is such a beautiful and spiritual symbol, bringing it into the Michigan mitten shape was a perfect combination. I hope you enjoy it, and it puts a smile on your face.

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State of Flexibility

About your Design: It's a no brainer, Michigan made up of the beautiful, flexible bodies of Yen'...

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About your Design: It's a no brainer, Michigan made up of the beautiful, flexible bodies of Yen's patrons! I like how delicate this design is. Printed with a light ink, you would barely feel the printing on the fabric, making for perfect "sweating in" apparel!

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Winter Cadence

When I participated YYF's "Tour de Yen" cycling challenge it was in the middle of a long and...

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When I participated YYF's "Tour de Yen" cycling challenge it was in the middle of a long and bitterly cold winter. My instructor at the time kept encouraging us to focus on our feet and legs on making consistent, even revolutions; to focus on our feet being connected to the pedal, and to imagine ourselves climbing a green summer-filled hill.
I imagined myself easily and blissfully climbing green hills and coasting along bodies of water while warm air rushed in my face.
It was this experience that inspired me to make the relief print that I have adapted here into a graphic design.

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