Yoga on tap

Join us each month as we head back to the mat for an hour long, all levels yoga class. Namaste after for a post yoga pint!

Save the date.

This popular class fills up fast. Reserve your spot in advance or walk in same day for open availability.


Sat 07

Yoga On Tap (Woodstock)

December 7 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sat 14

Yoga On Tap (Canton)

December 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Start the morning on the mat.

Rise and shine with Reformation Brewery at 10am on the 1st & 2nd Saturdays of the month. 1st Saturdays in Woodstock with Ember Yoga, and 2nd Saturdays with Horizon Healing Center in Canton.

Keep it flowing

Make sure to bring your own yoga mat & dress for public comfort. Water is encouraged and available for purchase. Reservations and walk-ins for same day availability welcome.

Meet Your Instructors.

In Woodstock, meet up with our local instructors from Ember Hot Yoga! In addition to leading once a month pop up classes in our downtown Woodstock location, they also offer a variety of hot and non-hot styles of yoga, mat Pilates, workshops and community events at their studio.

In Canton, meet up with our local instructors from Horizon Healing Center! Dedicated to personalized growth and providing a well-rounded approach to health and healing, they are dedicated to providing a safe space for people to find health in their mind, body, and spirit at their studio in downtown Canton.


Drink Up

Did you know that beer is over 90% water? Remember to stay hydrated.


Bring a Friend

Yoga at the brewery? I’m down, dog! Beer + yoga are better shared so bring a friend!


Every Body

Yoga is for every body. Come as you are. Now is the time to practice.

Get Lighthearted With Your Practice

So often, we walk into a yoga class with an agenda or carrying insecurities and it keeps us from discovering the lighter side of our practice. We assume finding center is serious business and we move through class so hyper focused we might miss the magic in letting go and finding humor in ourselves.

Wander Back to The Yoga Mat

As I ponder the word “wanderer,” it stirs in me a wistfulness to my childhood growing up camping in the Cohutta Wilderness. My brother and I would head out from camp with a few snacks and no set destination or timing and spend the whole day discovering the beauty of the mountains and the forest. I think back to those days longingly. When did we lose our natural childhood ability to just wander?