Switch Up Your Workout and Have a Little Fun With These Unique Yoga Classes!

Written by: Sarah El-Mahmoud Unique Yoga Classes

Even for yogis, exercise tends to become routine. If moving from pose to pose has become a chore, it’s time to look into these lively yoga experiences to turn your everyday practice into a day out! These one-of-a-kind classes are also perfect for beginner yogis looking for a new spin on the ancient workout. Let’s get moving! 


1 | Buzzed Bliss Unique Yoga Classes

Drunk Yoga

Finding your inner peace doesn’t have to be a sobering activity. New York yogi Eli Walker founded “Drunk Yoga” to inject more community into her practice. These events not only add a shot of fun to your practice but allows you to loosen up and shake off perfecting the poses. So grab a glass, and let’s flow!

Native Knowledge: The Original Drunk Yoga Experience is coming next to Hotel Erwin in Venice Beach from November 22 to 24! The classes consist of a 15-minute happy hour, 45-minute beginner course and 30-minute “wine down.” Get tickets here.

Hotel Erwin
1697 Pacific Ave
Venice, CA 90291


2 | Greatest of All-time Unique Yoga Classes

Laughing Frog Yoga

Just as goats are often prone to shareable and adorable memes, the art of practicing yoga with them has become a viral craze! Laughing Frog Yoga is the only studio in the Los Angeles area where goats are baahh-ing about. These furry classmates lack personal space, sniff you a ton and may crawl on your back, but you won’t find a more memorable time on your yoga mat!

Laughing Frog Yoga Studio
12217 Santa Monica Blvd, Ste 205
Los Angeles, CA 90025


3 | Deep Blue Balance Unique Yoga Classes


Feeling confident about your downward dog? Time to try it over water! At Mother’s Beach in Marina del Rey, there’s a yoga studio on the ocean. Paddleboards are your mat and—believe it or not—it’s accessible to yogis of all levels. In the first 30 minutes, your instruction will be dedicated to learning to balance on your paddleboard, and the rest of the hour is YogAqua

Mothers Beach
13977 Palawan Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292


4 | Get Hoppy

Yoga At Green Flash Brewing

If booze and yoga appeals to you, look no further than Green Flash Brewing’s yoga events! The San Diego brewery offers “Hoppy Yoga,” a fun practice that serves a tasting flight or pint of its specialty craft ales after you’ve worked up a sweat. The Sunday morning class conveniently ends just as their tasting room and food truck open to the public.

Green Flash Brewing Co.
6550 Mira Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92121

5 | Reach for the Sky

Rooftop Yoga At Smorgasburg

Warrior Pose has us feeling like towering forces to be reckoned with. Imagine doing your yoga practice on a Los Angeles rooftop and close to the city’s weekly Sunday foodie event, Smorgasburg. The 70-minute flow features music curated to your own headphones by DJs and tons of gourmet options to indulge in after the yoga sesh!

777 S Alameda St
Los Angeles, CA 90021


6 | Like a Badass Unique Yoga Classes

Butt Yoga at One Down Dog

Yoga is great for toning places all over your body, but this one is all about shaping up the booty! One Down Dog in LA offers the class a couple times a week. Butt Yoga is a blend of yoga poses and bodyweight conditioning, both focused on working the butt. Get ready to back it up for the benefit of a beautiful bum! 

One Down Dog
319 Glendale Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026
4343 W. Sunset Blvd, Ste 205
Los Angeles, CA 90029
2150 Colorado Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90041

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7 | Straight Fire

HipHop Yoga at Y7 Studio

Another power of yoga is it can be a slow flow or a high-energy heart pumper. If you’re looking for the latter, check out Y7 Studio’s Hip-Hop Wednesdays and Sundays in Los Angeles! The studio announces a featured artist of the week each Monday and then centers the 60-minute vinyasa around them. Recent hip-hop classes have featured Gucci Mane and Brockhampton!

Y7 Studio (multiple locations)
8270 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046

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