Flying Fish and the Long chill

2017-10-08 08:41
Guests testing beer while doing Yoga. (Photo: Supplied)

Johannesburg - Who better to show you some wholesome stretch moves than the people’s fitness queen, Khabonina?

The things she can do with her legs!

They are mind-blowing, and she made it hard for me to follow instructions during the Beer Yoga session because every move she made seemed absolutely impossible.

This is all thanks to South Africa’s first premium flavoured beer, Flying Fish, which recently launched a new variant called Flying Fish Chill.

The brand took over the swanky Bryanston hot spot venue Urban Yard, where the “beer yoga concept” was introduced to followers for the first time.

Flying Fish Chill is a lighter version of the original, with fewer kilojoules, calories and a lower alcohol percentage.

The launch took place on an early Sunday morning and the thrilling beer yoga thing geared up guests for an unusual experience.

To help encourage the crowd into yoga were radio and TV personalities 5FM’s DJ Fix, who was the MC of the event, as well as Khabonina.

She kick-started the launch with the yoga session – to show how the beer variant is appropriate for a balanced lifestyle.

One of the experiences guests enjoyed most was the silent disco party by DJ Ashley and Deep Ancestral.

This saw guests partying wearing Bluetooth headsets that allowed everyone to tune in and out of their DJ of preference, as they danced away to what seemed like silence from the outside.

Rising superstar Shekhinah ended off the event with performances from her past hits and songs from her latest album, titled Rose Gold.

Show us your best Flying Fish Chill Beer Yoga moves by tagging #AddSomeCHILL on social media.

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