RUN BY KEELY Windred from Bey Yoga (the yoga offshoot of the popular Bey Dance Beyoncéthemed dance classes) and Ed Hunter from the Break Room, Fury Yoga is about getting the health benefits of yoga with less of the traditional principles (which are fine, but not for everyone). Fury Yoga is a place for yogis to release tensions and forget about a shitty day at work with a combination of energetic Vinyasa and slower Hatha movements, a bit of meditation, and killer tunes. A typical class might be soundtracked by angst-ridden music like Alanis Morissette’s ‘You Oughta Know’, ‘Killing in the Name of’ by Rage Against the Machine, or Rihanna’s ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’. Fury Yoga is instead a place where you can vent your anger or say “FU” to the universe if you need to. Windred says, “It’s interesting to see that all but one of our students so far have been ladies. Ladies are generally more interested in yoga, but I think there’s more to it. I think society puts an expectation on women to be cool, calm and collected at all times and to not make waves. An angry woman can be seen as hysterical or masculine. So women in particular lack ways of dealing with fury. So that’s what we are here for!” The sessions run monthly (soon to be fortnightly) at Bar Open’s upstairs bandroom and you get a free beer after class, so if you’re coming off a full-on week let Windred guide you through a cathartic yoga class. Entry price includes mat hire, so just bring a towel and some water.