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Beer yoga is being tipped as the next big fitness craze, and it's one we could definitely get behind. 

The practise combines traditional poses with an ice cold bottle of your favourite larger.

The concept took off just over a year ago at a yoga studio in Berlin, Germany, when yoga teachers, Jhula and Emily, introduced it to the locals after seeing the idea at the Burning Man festival.


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Beer yoga is the self-described  "marriage of two great loves,'' both of which are ''centuries-old therapies for mind, body and soul."

Honestly, it sound like a hipster's own personal heaven, but founders, Jhula and Emily insist they are very serious about what they do.

"BeerYoga is fun but it's no joke.''

 "We take the philosophies of yoga and pair it with the pleasure of beer-drinking to reach your highest level of consciousness."

The alternative fitness trend has started to spread internationally, with classes poping up in Australia and the US.

Sadly, there's no word yet on when the craze will hit Dublin, but we predict that the concept will prove very popular on these shores. 


OK so we are half way through January, and at this stage all of that "new year, new me" stuff has been thrown out the window. 

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HOWEVER, if we could combine exercise with alcohol, we would consider getting back on the band waggon…

BeerYoga is a new trend that is taking over the city of Berlin at the moment, and we can see why! 

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According to the website, BeerYoga is "the marriage of two great loves – beer and yoga. Both are centuries-old therapies for body, mind and soul."

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Apparently, this new form of yoga was discovered at the Burning Man festival, and has now become extremely popular (all thanks to good marketing folks!)

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BeerYoga has not made it's way to the Emerald Isle as of yet, but we are calling on all the yoga instructors in Ireland: MAKE IT HAPPEN. 

We'll be there, cans in hand.