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Beer Yoga Night in Joplin

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JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

Some people do yoga to unwind, some drink a cold one 
But people like Lori do both.
"It's wonderful, it's the ultimate!"

Jessica Taylor is one of the instructors from 4 States Yoga, who teaches more typical classes like regular yoga and self defense. But this class came about by popular demand.
"We kept getting requests, more and more people saying "hey you should try beer yoga, you should try beer yoga!"

She explains the concept, "Beer yoga is yoga with incorporating some elements and maybe throwing back a few beers" 

There was a beer bottle balancing move, a beer bottle arm stretch, and the classic beer to mouth lift. For some, drinking a beer even enhances their yoga skills on the relaxation side.

"I think that the beer helps you relax. So that you can get like deeper into the stretches and stuff like that" says Lori.

And it's been a great way to get some new people learning yoga.

Jessica says, "When you're doing beer yoga its more just a community experience to actually try some yoga in a fun atmosphere"

So whether you drank beer, or wine, or even water. A yoga class in the back of a pub has been proven to be a good time.

"It's wonderful, very relaxing, a great way to end the week"

You can check out either Black Thorn Pizza & Pub or 4 States Yoga and Restoration Center's Facebook pages for upcoming dates. 

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