4 Reasons Why You Should Try Yoga

Have you always wondered what the yoga craze is all about or wanted a reason to wear your yoga pant to (acchuum) actually do yoga? Well, here are 4 reasons why you should try yoga now.

Reason #1: Hot Yoga Frankfurt

Have you heard? Speakeasy now has a partnership with Hot Yoga Frankfurt. And you know what’s even better? It’s located just one floor below the school, so now you have no excuse not to try yoga! Check out the classes and information about the studio here. Mention you are a student at Speakeasy to hear about your special discount.

Reason #2: Yoga is a Practice

They call yoga a practice. If you were going to a class, you’d say “I’m practicing tonight”. That’s because yoga is something you never perfect. It’s not about learning how to do a perfect pose – like handstands or Warrior A. It’s about learning to live in the moment, not worrying about the future or regretting the past. Some people say that doing yoga starts the moment your leave your mat – how you react to situations and how you live your life. Going to class helps you be more mindful.

Reason #3: You Don’t Need to be Flexible

Did you know that you’re not born with flexibility? So, no need to worry if you can’t touch your toes or if you can’t balance, this will improve over time. You also don’t need any prior knowledge in yoga to take a new class. Just show up in comfortable clothes, be open-minded and follow the instructor’s lead.

Reason #4: Anyone Can Do Yoga

Yoga really is an activity for everyone. You don’t need to have a particular body type or prior training. You can be any shape or size and still benefit from a yoga class. Did you know there are specialty yoga classes? Yoga for runners, Pre-natal Yoga, Yoga for Beginners, Hot Yoga, Slow Yoga…and the list goes on.


Taking a yoga class is a great way to try a new wellness activity without having to commit to a contract. Try a variety of classes until you find a style or teacher that you like the best. If you try a new class, please let us know! Until then, namaste!