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You Can Now Sign Up For Namasdrake, A Completely Drake-Themed Yoga Class

If you’ve been feeling a little sore from running through the 6, you can stretch out your muscles with some hip-hop hot yoga.

Or, you can opt for a next-level workout that will make you seriously thirsty for some Champagne Papi.

Allow me to introduce you to the almighty Namasdrake.

That’s right, DJ and event promoter TJ Petracca recently teamed up with fellow DJ and yoga instructor Paul Schneider to create a pretty badass yoga class that pays tribute to none other than your favorite singer from the 6.

This unique yoga class is set to the sweet tunes of Drizzy, and if you ask me, this might just be the best damn thing that has ever happened to working out.

Schneider told the LA Times,

He’s so sensitive […] but at the same time has these really hard hip-hop songs… it’s like the yin and yang of yoga.

Namasdrake is normally held at Resident, a popular nightclub in Los Angeles.

The challenging class features a strength-based vinyasa flow that gradually increases in intensity as the beats build up throughout the hour-long session.

Once a month, you can bask in the glory of all things Drizzy as you strike a bridge pose to “Hotline Bling” and perfect your downward-facing Drake.

If that’s somehow not convincing enough, you’ll be glad to know the class also has a variety of geo-located Snapchat filters including Drake flexing a mountain pose and Drizzy with a single tear dripping down his face.

Because let’s be real: We all know if you don’t Snapchat your workout, it doesn’t really count.

Plus, Namadrake also has an epic post-yoga afterparty where you can gather with your fellow yogis and reward yourself with a few Champagne Papi-inspired cocktails.

So yeah, this place is basically heaven on Earth for every Drake-obsessed yoga addict.


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Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...
Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...

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