There are very few things about airports and long-distance travel that aren't stressful, from security lines and flight delays to mediocre food and baggage claim hooplas. But a handful of U.S. airports are working to take the anxiety out of travel days, allowing travelers to rest, relax and recharge through yoga and meditation facilities.
At least five U.S. airports feature yoga studios or non-denominational meditation rooms -- welcoming both religious and non-religious visitors looking for a quiet space -- as respites of peace and tranquility within the bustle of an international transport center.
Click through the slideshow below for five American airports with stress-relieving facilities to take advantage of on your next trip.
Rushing to your flight? Try these easy airplane yoga poses for simple stress relief that you can perform right in your seat.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article incorrectly listed the Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wis., among the airports with a meditation room.