Evansville Brewery Hosts Beer Yoga Class July 19
We all joked about the only exercise we do is 12 oz curls of course referring to carrying a can or bottle of beer to our mouth over and over again until we’re done. It’s one of my favorite exercises to do, frankly. Seriously, drinking beer while exercising is usually something you don’t do. Usually exercise is necessary because you are drinking beer. However, a downtown Evansville brewery is putting the two together with the return of their beer yoga class.
The Haynie’s Corner Brewing Company announced the their Facebook page On Thursday they will bring back their popular beer yoga class on Monday July 19, 2021. The hour-long class starts at 6.30pm in their gym. 56 Adams Avenue, next to the Alhambra Theater in downtown Evansville.
The class costs $ 15 and you must be 21 or over to participate (you have to drink beer after all). This entrance fee includes the course and a beer of your choice to taste. Due to the limited space available, the brewery limits the course to only 15 people, so if you are interested, get your tickets now.
What exactly happens during a beer yoga class? Excellent question, I’ve never taken one myself. Fortunately, this is not the first time Haynie’s Corner Brewing Company has offered the course. They offered it virtually last August at a Facebook Live event, and the video is still available on their Facebook page. Even though I didn’t watch it all, I skipped a bit to see how instructor Brooke Armbrüster incorporated her pint of barley and hops into the classroom. Often times she would use it almost like a weight, holding it with one hand or the other, then taking a sip between poses. Looked:
Monday’s course is open to all skill levels. However, in the event information, Haynie’s Corner Brewing Company states that Brooke (the same instructor in the video above) will be offering modifications for beginners, but “if you’ve never done yoga one off YouTube ), trying it for the first time with a beer in hand might not be the best idea. ” It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t, it just means you might not like it as much.
To learn more about Monday’s course, see the event notification on the Haynie’s Corner Brewery Facebook page.