Do yoga at these local eateries and breweries
In San Diego, it’s all about balance. We like our green drinks in the morning and by evening, it’s fish taco and beer-o-clock. With that in mind, many San Diego establishments have been catering to the idea of providing yoga classes at their businesses, making it easier for their patrons to not have to choose between health or grabbing happy hour drinks. We recommend that you try to relax and flow at one of these pop-up studios around town for your next hoppy hour date.
Vino Vinyasa at the Wine Pub:
Each month, the Wine Pub in Point Loma offers a yoga class on their heated patio to help their guests achieve a stress-free life while enjoying their love of wine.
Cost: $20 per class includes one-hour Vinyasa yoga session with registered yoga teacher and one glass of wine.
The first installment of the series will take place on Sunday, March 13 at 3 p.m..For a full schedule or to purchase a class, visit thewinepubsd.com
The Wine Pub, 2907 Shelter Island Dr., Point Loma
Elka Yoga and Wellness:?
If you aren’t huge on drinking or are on a cleanse, check out Elka Yoga and Wellness which offers a yoga center inside of a Kombucha bar and sanctuary. This location is perfect for someone seeking refuge from the hustle and bustle of San Diego, while indulging in a stellar tea drink that has a mild amount of natural alcohol.
Cost: First class is free; A drop-in class is $16 for mat classes and $18 for aerial yoga.
For more information or to purchase classes, please visit elkayoga.com
4166 Voltaire St., Point Loma
If you like your yoga with a side of beer, hoppy yoga may be your new Sunday morning ritual. The class offers a vinyasa-style flow, ideal for all skill sets at rotating breweries like Modern Times, Green Flash and Culture Brewing, to list a few.
Cost: A drop-in class is $20 and offers a pint of beer or beer-flight tasting with purchase.
For the full schedule or to purchase a class, visit hoppyyoga.com.
Various locations, San Diego
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