Ally Foster wrote this piece for news.com.au.
Has anyone tried drunk Yoga? what was your experience? Would you like to try drunk Yoga?
The bizarre fitness trends keep rolling in, but this one that might be a bit more appealing than most.
One yoga instructor in New York is offering up evenings of tipsy yoga. Why? Because “one is more flexible when drunk.”
Eli Walker teaches a basic yoga class alongside an open bar with unlimited wine at Grey Lady in lower Manhattan.
For $30, students get an hour-long yoga class, and as much of the good stuff as you can stomach while attempting to hold a crow pose.
“I’ve had a lot of people, whether in classes, or friends, or people I met at parties say something like, ‘I’d love to try yoga but I can’t because I’m not flexible, or too afraid I’d look stupid,” Walker said.
“I thought it would be fun to turn yoga into more of a party. If I made it into a game it would make people more comfortable.”
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