LONDON - MARCH 13: Students practice the unique Bikram Yoga at the City Studio, on March 13, 2007 in London, England. The Bikram Yoga, also known as Hot Yoga, is a style of yoga developed by Bikram Choudhury and is done in a room heated to 105°F (40.5°C), this helps stretching, prevents injury and makes the body sweat which aids detoxification. The class normally involves two breathing exercises and 26 postures in a 90 minute class. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
It's been around for two years, and it looks like it's still going strong: The "All You Need is Love" yoga class, set to the music of The Beatles, has two local dates coming up in New York City.
"I created 'All You Need is Love' to put two of my favorite things together: yoga and The Beatles," instructor Mackenzie Pause says on her website, allyouneedisloveyoga.com. "The 75-minute class takes you on a physical, mental and sometimes even emotional journey through energizing asanas (poses) to revitalizing pranayama (breathing exercises) to a soothing yoga nidra (deep relaxation), complete with the music of one of the greatest bands ever.
The class is suitable for all levels, "from the first-time practitioner to the experienced yogi," the site says.
"All You Need is Love" takes place on the following dates:
Sunday, March 6
Midwood Martial Arts
6:30 p.m. $16
Saturday, March 12
All You Need Is Love: Yoga to The Beatles
New York, NY
2-3:30p.m. $20 advance/$25 at door
To learn more about the class and to register, visit allyouneedisloveyoga.com.