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Beer Yoga

Beer yoga-a hybrid yoga class where students practice yoga at a really cool brewery, taproom, or beer garden while drinking beer during their practice.

Upcoming Classes

Ancient Owl Beer Garden, Slo - April 20 at 10a with Jes

Ancient Owl Beer Garden, Atascadero - May 18 at 10a with Alyssa

While flowing through your practice enjoy an ice cold craft beer from the huge selection of beers that these locations has to offer. Not a beer drinker? Most locations have other options such as hard kombucha, hard seltzers, nonalcoholic drinks and water available!

Keep your tab open! Bring your own lunch or order from one of the many local restaurants or food trucks. Then enjoy lunch and another beer with your friends after your practice. 

We can't wait to roll out our mats with you. Sip then Savasana!

Pre register at My805Tix
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Meet Jes


Meet Alyssa


What to Bring

I'm a firm believer that yoga is a cure for everything, and that you always look prettier when you smile.  I started my yoga journey in 2009 as a much needed way to relieve anxiety.  Yoga reminds me to breath: breathe in the moment, breathe in fun, breathe in grace, breathe in love and life.  Breathe out anger, breathe out stress, breathe out anxiety and tension.    It allows me to be present in each moment, because each moment is a gift.  It reminds me that we are all human, all just practicing, and most importantly yoga reminds me to smile. 

I am RYT 200 Certified since 2014, with an 85hr Certification in Prenatal Yoga.  I also teach a weekly BeerYoga class here on the Central Coast. I love making yoga more approachable,  and allowing every member of the class to meet themselves exactly where they are. 

I am a mother of two, as well as a Labor and PostPartum Doula.  In my spare time I love hiking, beaching, walking, everyday adventures, birth nerding, photography, and exploring the world through my children’s eyes…  my ultimate little teachers of how to be present and smile.

I am a Central Coast native, wife and mom of four. Finding myself in a “mom-rut” in 2008, and seeking to get in shape and find some energy and time for myself, I began taking Yoga classes at a local studio. What started as a plan to get my physical self in shape, turned into a passion. I felt at home on my mat, at peace with myself for the first time in years and relieved of a sometimes crippling anxiety that had plagued me nearly my entire life. After several years as a practitioner I decided to deepen my practice and completed my 200 hour teacher training through Yoga Works in 2014. I wanted to share the healing benefits I had found in Yoga with others and began teaching very shortly thereafter. I have a passion for teaching Beginners, but enjoy working with all levels and love to meet and challenge my students where they are at in their own practice. My training was highly focused on sensible sequencing, proper alignment and modifications which allows me to bring Yoga to people of varying physical abilities. I love trying and teaching non-traditional Yoga classes and events (yoga hikes, beer yoga, aerial yoga, stand up paddle board to name a few) and am a certified Aerial Yoga instructor. I'm currently completing my 300 hour training and working towards a certification in Ayurveda. When I’m not teaching or practicing Yoga, I enjoy spending time with my family and our dogs, cat and chickens, gardening, cooking, trying new adventures (like ziplining), trips to the beach,  or hiking the hills of SLO County.

-Dress in layers


-Sun glasses



(outdoor event)

6090 El Camino Real


(outdoor & indoor event)

3197 Duncan Road


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