Welcome to Yoga and Brews, a quarterly collaboration between yoga instructor, Emerson Shiang, and local Bernal Heights brewery, Barebottle Brewing Company.
Join Silicon Valley yoga teacher, Emerson Shiang, to partake a detox-retox experience in one of the best breweries in the Bay Area. Class will be a 75 minute all-levels flow with options for everyone - from beginners to experienced students. Following practice we invite you to enjoy your complimentary craft beer or non-alcoholic beverage with your ticket in this exclusive access to the brewery before Barebottle opens to the public. And because of their rotating taps, it's likely there will be completely new beers!
Note: there are two in house cats that wander around and have been known to wander onto yoga mats during the practice. If you have mild allergies to cats, I will be able to move around to keep the cats away from you, which has worked in the past.
You are welcome to bring your own food or Barebottle has a guest food truck starting at 12pm. NOTE: NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL ALLOWED.
All ages welcome, but valid ID needed for complimentary beer. Non-alcoholic drinks also available.
Whether you are a yogi, beer connoisseur, both or neither, raise your Barebottle beer for yoga and brews!
What if I’ve never done yoga?No problem! The class is about making yoga fun and accessible every body and beginners are welcomed.
What kind of yoga is it?Class will be a flow style that is accessible to all levels - especially beginners! Advanced options will be also be offered for those wanting to try different variations.
Is this an all ages event?Yes! However, those wishing to enjoy their free Barebottle beer after class will need to be 21+.
What should I bring?Bring your mat if you have one, loaner mats are available for $2. Please bring cash!
PLEASE NOTE: This event is held in the Barebottle tasting room, we encourage you to dress in layers until your body gets warm and moving.
Will there be food?Barebottle has a guest food truck arriving and opening at 12pm. You’re also welcome to bring in outside food.
ParkingBarebottle in a residential neighborhood with limited parking.. We strongly recommend parking along Bayshore Road (see map). However, feel free to drive along Cortland and try your luck!