Yoga And Meditation

Join us in this beautiful space at Hop Springs Beer Park for Saturday and Sunday morning meditation and yoga. This is an all-levels flow yoga class, led by our Health and Wellness Director, Mariah Norton. If the weather is warm, class will be held outside on our covered patio, or in the grass, if desired. When the weather is cooler, we will be in the taproom. After class, yogis are invited to stay to enjoy a post-class pint and the company of fellow beer yogis. Your registration includes practice and your first pint.

  • $5 for Meditation only
  • $15 for Yoga + Beer
  • $12 for Yoga Only
  • $12 for Kids Yoga


Weekly Classes


SAT & SUN - 10:00 - 10:30AM

Come to this half-hour guided meditation to learn how to use meditation as a tool to reduce stress, control anxiety, promote emotional health, lengthen attention span, reduce age-related memory loss, help fight addictions, improve sleep, help control pain, decrease blood pressure. No experience needed.

Registration is not required but encouraged.


SAT & SUN - 10:30 - 11:30AM

A harmonized yoga sequence that includes long holds and dynamic movement. This class will flow through sun salutations and varying poses that will strengthen and open the body while focusing on breath and mindfulness. All ages and levels are welcome.

Please arrive 5-10 minutes early, if possible.

Please bring your own mat if you can, although we always have extras to borrow.

Registration is not required but encouraged.


SAT - 10:30 - 11:30AM

This yoga class is designed for yogis ages three and up to have a chance to unplug and unwind! With energy burning games, focusing activities, songs, stories, and simple yoga flows, children will exercise their bodies and mind while learning about the connection between their breath, body, and mind in a fun-filled environment created specifically for kids. Each weekly class will bring new fun, new adventures, and new challenges as the kids learn new yoga poses including partner poses and inversions!

Please arrive 5-10 minutes early, if possible.

Please bring your own mat if you can, although we always have extras to borrow.

Registration is not required but encouraged.

Why teach children yoga? Yoga is much more than stretching! It teaches body-awareness, mindfulness, increases attention, helps manages stress through breathing and meditation, and so much more. Through songs, games, stories, simple yoga flows, and fun-centered learning, kids will burn energy, develop motor skills, increase their focus, and learn about the connection between their breath, body, and mind. The children gain knowledge about new yoga poses every week including challenge poses, partner poses, and inversions!

Teaching children yoga at their level helps them grow and develop physically, mentally, and emotionally in a supportive environment. It is also a great way to get small children started on an exciting life-long journey of health and wellness and for them to obtain knowledge of how their bodies work and how important it is to take care of their bodies.


Mariah Norton
Mariah Norton

Six years ago Mariah began yoga as a hobby, but quickly realized it was so much more than just physical exercise. Since then Mariah has received her training from Be Kind YTT at The Yoga Pilates Barre, NC and has maintained her 200 E-RYT through Yoga Alliance. She has taught at various studios, retreats, and festivals all over the country. To Mariah, yoga is about finding a connection between the body, mind and spirit. With guided meditations and vinyasa inspired flows, she aspires to help people find that connection in a playful and welcoming environment. Being upside down is Mariah’s favorite way to view the world so inversions are always offered and encouraged.

In her free time you can find Mariah creating vision boards, hula hooping, blending essential oils, arranging crystals, studying astrology, or reading cards. Be on the lookout for her upcoming workshops!

Mariah’s goal in life is to use yoga as a tool to change people’s lives as it did hers. It is to not only teach people who already love yoga but to teach the people who need it. To teach those who are skeptical, who doubt their body’s ability to bend, and for others who do not know where to begin. For the ones who already have an understanding of yoga and it’s benefits, she wishes to inspire them by helping them deepen their practice with playfulness and freedom. Freedom to be who they are. There is no mask on the mat, only hope.

Shannon Scott
What started as a college credit for Shannon quickly became a lifestyle change. Shannon received her training through Empower School of Yoga at Nashville’s Small World Yoga and has maintained her 200 RYT through Yoga Alliance. She has also received private Ashtanga lessons through Murfreesboro’s Shae Bryant. To Shannon, yoga is about community, acceptance and breath. With her organic delivery, this power yoga class is both fun, challenging and mindful.
She has taught at Room in the Inn through SWY, Franklin Strength, and multiple businesses in Murfreesboro. Her goal is to help people shed their insecurities and the stigma attached to yoga. No fancy yoga pants or backbends are required in her classes. She creates a welcoming space to meet your body where it is at that moment, getting the most you can out of that class without feeling pressured to compete with the person next to you. 

In her free time, you can find her lifting weights at the gym, spending too much money on skincare, strolling through farmers markets, or hiking with her fur baby.
Shannon’s goal is to bring light to this sacred practice and make it accessible for any body. Her body positive energy will get you out of your head and onto your mat.
Libby Estrada

Libby has been teaching and working with children in many different ways for over fifteen years. When she found out that Habitat Yoga, of Nashville, was hosting a kids yoga teacher training program she knew this was the next path to take. It combined her passion for teaching children with her love of yoga! As a kids yoga teacher, Libby hopes to help kids challenge themselves and get excited about new experiences.

In her free time, Libby enjoys spending time with her family, all kinds of art, reading, and rock climbing.

As a yoga teacher, Libby’s philosophy is to keep it fun! Kids learn best when they are engaged and interested. She uses activities that exercises kids’ bodies and minds while teaching the basic yoga principles of breath, body, and mind.


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