Sweat Out and Have Fun with Beer Yoga on 22nd July!

MYOLO and HobbMobb are coming together to bring to you the most amusing workout session of the year, ‘Be Arogya’ or ‘Beer Yoga’ on July 22 at Rabbit Hole, Hauz Khas.  Beer yoga gained worldwide popularity this year encouraging people to choose yoga to relish their favourite pint of beer without any guilt. The trick of the yoga experts is to keep the practitioners motivated, focused and make the workout session full of challenging yoga positions and exercises. 

While Hobbmobb is a hobby junction with a series of unconventional workshops on creative hobbies every week, MYOLO is a one-stop platform to meet people from all walks of life and dive into conversations with them, attend events minus your smartphones and have some real-life fun. 

This is an event for everyone obsessed with fitness and would love to try challenging asanas like balancing your body on one leg or in a tree position with a bottle of beer on your head. You could go with a friend or alone, the event begins at 4 in the evening, yes, yoga doesn’t mean getting up at 6 in the morning only. You don’t have to be a yoga addict or a pro at it, just go and grab your favourite bear and move a bit of your belly to feel refreshed. 

What comes as a bonus for this event is the venue. Rabbit Hole is a place in the heart of Hauz Khas where you land up in a wonderland like a place full of bizarre adventures, lithering music, stimulating drinks, mouth-watering pies and much more.

So, all you beer fans, make sure to hit this unusual yoga session and burn out some calories while sipping beer!

Buy the tickets for the event here: https://www.myolo.in/view-event/?eventId=64


When: July 22 at 4 p.m.
Where: 30, 3rd Floor, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi

Author Credit: Prachi Bhardwaj

 

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