The brewery’s yoga classes combine holding a pose with clutching a beer, and they’re attracting devotees.
“I have more fun with beer yoga. It’s not as serious as traditional yoga,” said Sreyline Bacha, 25, as she reached for a beer glass, wobbling just a little to maintain her balance in a pose.
Its creation attributed to a stunt at America’s Burning Man festival in 2013, beer yoga has since enjoyed sporadic popularity in different parts of the world.
“It’s not like a real yoga practice, it’s more like a gathering with friends, incorporating yoga moves for entertainment,” said instructor Anna, who arrived in Cambodia about two months ago.
Connor Cheney Kirsch, general manager of BeerPro Import Export Co., which owns TwoBirds, said the classes, held in a former garment factory, were about community and bringing people together after work.
“If you fall over, or something, nobody is going to look at you in a strange way. It’s all about the fun,” said Kirsch.
According to reuters.com