Does it take a little more than the promise of shavasana at the end of yoga class to coax you onto your yoga mat? The mind, body and soul benefits of practicing yoga are reason enough to head to the studio, but multiple breweries, wineries and venues around Orlando have now combined yoga with imbibing, inspiring yogis of all levels to practice with the promise of pint glass perks at the end of each session.
Read on for our official guide to boozy yoga in Orlando, from mimosa sessions to those rewarding yogis with craft beers and generous pours of local vino.
Special note: most classes require that you bring your own mat to class.
Updated August 2022 by Dani Meyering
Unique Places to Practice Boozy Yoga in Orlando
When: Every 1st Sunday of the month, 10:30am
Cost: $10 and includes your first Ivanhoe Park Beer or Mimosa
Enjoy yoga among the wonderful atmosphere of Ivanhoe Village. Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company hosts events practically every day of the month, with yoga kicking off the 1st Sunday of every month. Just $10 includes the class and one beer or mimosa. You will receive happy hour pricing for the duration of your stay.
When: Weekly – Sundays at 10:30am
Besides the obvious perks of Deviant Wolfe's weekly yoga event (the yoga class and a Deviant Wolfe draft after class), you can save money with a loyalty punch card or by purchasing a class pass. After attending five classes you get your sixth for free (yay for free yoga and beer). Or, purchase a 4-class package for $50, which will save you $10. Class passes are redeemable for the whole year.
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When: every 3rd Sunday of each month
Cost: $15 for the class and a beer
Alestone Brewing is located in historic downtown Longwood, right next to the SunRail station. Enjoy yoga under the covered patio area. Come early to get your ideal spot and be sure to BYOMat. Afterward, sip on a local craft beer, brewed right there at Alestone.
When: Every Sunday, 10am – 11am
$10 (cash only)
Join Warrior One at Home State Brewing Co. every Sunday morning for a 60-minute all levels yoga flow followed by a post-class beer of your choice! You'll love the modern Florida themed atmosphere.
Cabernet + Namaste at Quantum Leap Winery
When: Periodic event (check their Facebook events page)
Unwind with some yoga and wine at Cabernet + Namaste, a periodic event at Quantum Leap Winery. Located in the Mills 50 District, Quantum Leap specializes in sustainable wines that are blended on site with quality grapes from around the world.
Each yoga event pairs a one-hour yoga session with a sampling of the winery’s top-notch vino. While many boozy yoga classes include just one drink, Quantum Leap doubles up on the fun by offering attendees two glasses of Quantum Leap wine. As an added bonus, proceeds typically benefit a worthy cause.
Vinyasa Yoga at Southern Hill Farms *Seasonal*
When: Select dates during the blueberry season (typically March/April)
Cost: $15 (subject to change)
When it comes to boozy yoga classes worth waiting for, Southern Hill Farms’ unique outdoor yoga sessions come to mind. During blueberry season, the farm hosts select outdoor yoga classes on the lawn overlooking the scenic blueberry fields. Apart from the one-hour, instructor-led class, your ticket also includes a pound of u-pick blueberries and a blueberry mimosa (garnished with fresh berries of course).
Make a day trip of it by starting with yoga, picking blueberries, and having a delicious lunch from the on-site food trucks.
Wednesday W.I.N.E Yoga on the Field at Camping World Stadium
When: Temporarily unavailable
Check the Florida Citrus Sports Events Page
Ever dreamed of practicing yoga in the spotlight? Step onto the spacious field of Camping World Stadium for Wednesday W.I.N.E Yoga on the Field, a periodic event hosted by Florida Citrus Sports and presented by Corkcicle.
We haven't seen this event listed in a while. Hopefully, it will be back soon. Check the Florida Citrus Sports Events Page for updates.
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Feature image credit: Deviant Wolfe Brewing