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Namasdrake: Drake-themed yoga tour coming to Atlanta

You read that right.

Calling all yogis and fans of Grammy-winning rapper Drake: the Namasdrake Drake Yoga tour is heading to Atlanta this month.

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“In this yoga class you'll be getting a great hour long Vinyasa Flow workout while listening to an entire class of your favorite Drizzy hits,” read a statement on the tour websites. “Wear your bright colors and go ‘0 to 100 real quick’ under strobe lights and smoke screens.”

Namasdrake co-founder Cassady Dill told WABE News that instructors are encouraged to “put their own personal spin on this hip-hop form of yoga.” Expect hits from albums both old and new.

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Early bird tickets for the hour-long class at Rhythma Studios, 555 Whitehall St. SW, amount to $22 per person. You’ll have seven opportunities to snag a spot. And if you’re not a seasoned yogi, no worries. The class is open to all levels.

But if you’re interested, buy your tickets soon — the classes have previously sold out in Los Angeles and New York.

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Saturday, Aug. 25:

Sunday, Aug. 26:

Attendees are required to arrive at least 15 minutes early and bring their own yoga mats as extra supplies will be limited.

More about the event at pledgeaffair.ticketleap.com.

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Fiza Pirani is a web producer and writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She is also currently investigating immigrant and refugee mental health...

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