Namasdrake is a monthly yoga class offered at music venue Resident in L.A.

By Grace Gavilanes
Updated August 24, 2016 02:05 PM
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Drake fans, rejoice!

Devotees of the Canadian rapper no longer have to rely on getting their fix from sharing hilarious memes or keeping Views on an endless loop – now, fans and yogis alike can be equally satisfied by trying out Namasdrake: a yoga class set to Drake tunes.

Dreamt up by DJ and event promoter T.J. Petracca and fellow DJ and yoga instructor Paul Schenider, Namasdrake is a strength-based vinyasa yoga class that calls for participants to take on challenging movements while a playlist of Drake’s slow and fast-tempo songs play in the background.

“He’s so sensitive, but at the same time has these really hard hip-hop songs,” Schneider explains to the Los Angeles Times. “It’s like the yin and yang of yoga.”

Aside from getting your Om on to well-known hits like “Hotline Bling” (a piano rendition of course) and “One Dance,” Namasdrake also supplies Snapchat aficionados with a geo-located filter: a floating Drake, in mountain pose, crying a single tear.

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And if that’s not enough to convince you to book a flight to L.A. next month, you’ll be pleased to know that Namasdrake yoga is followed by an optional “namasdranks” happy hour in the venue’s beer garden. Who wouldn’t want to sip on a cocktail called “What a Time to Be a Lime”?

The hour-long class, which is only offered in L.A. (for now) on a monthly basis, costs $23 per person, and is only available to those aged 21 and over.