Don’t Miss Happy Hour Yoga at Past Tense

October 12, 2017
Don’t Miss Happy Hour Yoga at Past Tense

Past Tense allows yogis to squeeze in practice over their lunch break. The 60-minute lunch hour class packs in a full yoga practice, refreshing practitioners and helping them avoid the afternoon slump. You can also swap out your usual happy hour outing for a Friday evening practice at Past Tense. Happy hour yoga kicks off at 6:30 p.m., an up-tempo class designed to challenge intermediate yogis.

If you’re new to yoga and looking for a slower paced class, opt for beginner yoga. This session is geared toward those who’ve never taken a class before or who’ve been out of practice for a while. The instructor shows you all of the basic moves of Vinyasa yoga and how to link them with your breath. After you master the basics, try a Vinyasa flow class. There are two levels, 1.5 and 2. Newer yogis should stick to 1.5, while more advanced practitioners can challenge themselves at the level 2 class.

Don't Miss Happy Hour Yoga at Past Tense

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