938 Wakefield Dr, Houston, TX 77018 greatheightsbrewing.com Next to Crowbar, Petrol Station and Liberty Kitchen Garden Oaks sits Great Heights Brewing and we’re happy they moved in. This laid back brewery has the perfect vibe for Y&H… funky and kinda out there. Random murals on the wall let us know that we’re in the right […]
We are gettin' it done in the new year and checking off our resolutions one by one. Join us in a 4-part series this month where we get grounded, get sweaty, get funky and get out there. Each class has been created to explore yoga in a new way. Throughout this series we will make our way through Houston, intertwining the essence of each brewery with the focus of class.get yours here
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What is Yoga & Hops all about?
Yoga&Hops holds yoga classes at local craft breweries. Y&H is about bringing people together to connect and be social with one another before, during and after class! It’s an opportunity to meet up with friends and make some new ones at the same time!
Yoga is traditionally held in a studio environment; what’s so unique and wonderful about Y&H is the vibe, which is a result of holding class in a new location - a brewery! The environment makes Y&H approachable to the masses and thus appeals to a wide variety of folks.
Regular yoga practitioners to newbies alike feel welcomed at Y&H, classes are leveled so everyone in attendance can have a great practice and feel challenged to their individual level. The hour yoga class is followed by beer drinking, of course (one beer is included)!
We can’t wait to hang with you at our next class - mark your calendar!
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The health benefits of beer include anticancer properties, a reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases, increased bone density, the prevention of dementia and coronary disease, aid to the digestive system, and anti-aging properties, as well as treating diabetes, gallstones, kidney stones, osteoporosis, and hypertension.
Feeling hoppy? One study has found that those little hops could reduce acute inflammation in study subjects. Researchers say the hops in beer may be responsible for the correlation, helping to slow the release of calcium from bone – which could get reabsorbed by the kidneys as painful stones.
In addition, a person’s social networks and community are very important to their well-being, especially when it comes to working out! There are a number of psychological and physical benefits of working out with friends. At Y&H people can connect with their community in the yoga portion of class and by throwing a few back with friends after class. Part of what makes Y&H so unique and special is the local community aspect, so come get hoppy with us!