Long chill FLY­ING FISH AND THE

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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.

Rouge

Car­al­isa Sham

Jas­mine Sehlako

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