Top 5 Off-Beat Places to Get Zen

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1. Rhinegeist Brewery
Sunday Funday takes on a whole new meaning as this local brewery opens its doors to transform into an oh-so-urban yoga studio. Come stretch out with instructors from MODO Yoga, and don’t forget to grab some coffee (or a brew) when you’re done. Mats and designated drivers not provided.
Sundays 10:30 am, 1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, (513) 381-1356, rhinegeist.com. Free, BYOM (bring your own mat)

2. 21c Museum Hotel
This ultra-hip, open-24/7 museum hotel features work from emerging artists, but once a week you can feel like a part of the exhibits as you move through poses in the gallery space. Led by MODO Yoga instructors, the calm and creative vibes are bound to send you away feeling statuesque.
Sundays 9:30 am, 609 Walnut St., downtown, (513) 578-6600, 21cmuseumhotels.com/cincinnati. $5, BYOM

3. Drake Planetarium
Stars in Cincinnati? You bet. Head on over to Drake Planetarium for Meditainment, a monthly event featuring music, stories, and natural sound effects to help you yogis find your zen under the (fake) night sky.
Thursday Feb. 20, 7 pm, 2020 Sherman Ave., Norwood, (513) 396-6846, drakeplanetarium.org. Free, BYOM

4. Cincinnati Art Museum
Stretch out and find some serenity in sessions led by yogahOme instructor Werner Hildebrand. With art that spans the centuries surrounding you, you’re guaranteed to feel newly inspired during this age-old practice.
Tuesdays 6 pm, 953 Eden Park Dr., Eden Park, (513) 721-2787, cincinnatiartmuseum.org. Individual session $6 for members, $12 for nonmembers, reservations required, BYOM

5. Lululemon Athletica (Hyde Park Square)
A mecca for shopaholics and fitness addicts, Lululemon lets you get your yoga fix before they open shop on Saturdays. Whether you need new yoga pants or just need a few minutes in pigeon pose, these weekly sessions aim to keep you toned and stylish.
Saturdays 9 am, 3500 Michigan Terrace, Hyde Park, (513) 321-1656, lululemon.com. Free, mats provided

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