Wine & Yoga

September at Cellar 55: Art, Music, Wine & Yoga

Kick off downtown Vancouver’s First Friday Artwalk on Sept. 1 with a visit to Cellar 55 Tasting Room. Enjoy their September First Friday wine tasting ($7, refunded with each two-bottle purchase) while enjoying this month’s cool art exhibit by Erika Bartlett. Stick around for live music on the patio and enjoy another beautiful evening under the grapevines. Jesse Samsel will be performing classic and alt-rock music from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.: a little Fleetwood Mac, some Rolling Stones, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers thrown in for good measure. Samsel has a lot of fans and he always packs the house, so be sure to get here early enough to claim your seat; happy hour at Cellar 55 lasts from 2 to 6 p.m. on Fridays, with $2 off all glasses of wine and $2 off all cheese and charcuterie items.

From 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 10, you can unleash your inner Picasso (or Monet…or Pollock…whatever your personal style is!) at the next Wine & Canvas class. Experienced instructors will guide you through a fun afternoon of painting your masterpiece, and happy hour specials will keep those creative juices flowing. All materials are provided by Wine & Canvas. Sign up on the Wine & Canvas website by clicking here; if the event is sold out, never fear—there’s a Wine & Canvas class every month at Cellar 55.

If painting isn’t your thing but being totally calm, centered, and wildly flexible is, sign up for Wine & Yoga from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 21. Awaken your senses, drink great wine and nosh on tasty snacks. All of this bliss for just $25 (including wine). Click here to purchase your ticket.

Wine & Yoga Class at Cellar 55 Tasting Room

What goes better with wine than…yoga? (I know you were going to say cheese, and so was I, but let’s be open-minded, here.) Cellar 55 Tasting Room is offering just such a relaxing combination during its third Wine & Yoga Class, happening from at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 25. Arrive a little early to fill out your waiver (SERIOUSLY! INJURIES CAN OCCUR WHEN DRINKING WINE!) and grab a glass of wine on Cellar 55’s happy hour prices. The hour-long yoga class will start promptly at 6 and is designed for students of all levels and experience. You should probably also bring ID to prove you’re old enough to drink wine and touch your toes at the same time.

BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat) and dress in comfy clothes. No skinny jeans or else you will pop a button and hurt someone. After your senses are awoken and you are all stretched out, enjoy some complimentary snacks and try some of Eastern Washington’s best wines. Tickets are $25 and are available on EventBrite. Warning: possible sweating may occur. But you won’t care because WINE.

Cellar 55 Tasting Room is located at 1812 Washington St. in downtown Vancouver. To learn more about this lively tasting room, visit cellar55tastingroom.com.

Wine & Yoga at Cellar 55

What goes better with wine than…yoga? (I know you were going to say cheese, and so was I, but let’s be open-minded, here.) Cellar 55 Tasting Room is offering just such a relaxing combination during its second Wine & Yoga Class, happening from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 13. Arrive a little early to fill out your waiver (SERIOUSLY! INJURIES CAN OCCUR WHEN DRINKING WINE!) and grab a glass of wine on Cellar 55’s happy hour prices. The hour-long yoga class will start promptly at 6 and is designed for students of all levels and experience. You should probably also bring ID to prove you’re old enough to drink wine and touch your toes at the same time.

BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat) and dress in comfy clothes. No skinny jeans or else you will pop a button and hurt someone. After your senses are awoken and you are all stretched out, enjoy some complimentary snacks and try some of Eastern Washington’s best wines. Tickets are $25 and are available on EventBrite. Warning: possible sweating may occur. But you won’t care because WINE.

Cellar 55 Tasting Room is located at 1812 Washington St. in downtown Vancouver. To learn more about this lively tasting room, visit cellar55tastingroom.com.

Wine & Yoga Class at Pomeroy Cellars

What goes better with wine than…yoga? (I know you were going to say cheese, and so was I, but let’s be open-minded, here.) Pomeroy Cellars is offering just such a relaxing combination during “A Class & a Glass,” with two dates to choose from: 11:45 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 2, and 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18. Is that too early in the day to enjoy wine? You’re kidding with that question, right?

The class is a 60-minute outdoor (weather permitting) session of expert yoga instruction, followed by a glass of Pomeroy Cellars wine to enjoy after class is over and you don’t want anything to harsh your mellow. The cost is $20 per person and includes wine. Come dressed in comfortable clothes and bring water, a yoga mat, and valid ID to prove that you’re drinking age. Payment can be accepted on site with cash or a credit/debit card. If the weather isn’t nice, class will be held in Pomeroy Cellars’ beautiful tasting room.

Students at the Sept. 2 class will learn the classic Hatha technique, which is less intense than flow yoga and moves through postures held in stillness, and in anticipation of a nice Chardonnay. Students at the Sept. 18 class will engage in a more vigorous style of Ashtanga-Vinyasa yoga with a set sequence of postures and possible sweating.

Wine & Yoga Class at Pomeroy Cellars

What goes better with wine than…yoga? (I know you were going to say cheese, and so was I, but let’s be open-minded, here.) Pomeroy Cellars is offering just such a relaxing combination during “A Class & a Glass,” with two dates to choose from: 11:45 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 2, and 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18. Is that too early in the day to enjoy wine? You’re kidding with that question, right?

The class is a 60-minute outdoor (weather permitting) session of expert yoga instruction, followed by a glass of Pomeroy Cellars wine to enjoy after class is over and you don’t want anything to harsh your mellow. The cost is $20 per person and includes wine. Come dressed in comfortable clothes and bring water, a yoga mat, and valid ID to prove that you’re drinking age. Payment can be accepted on site with cash or a credit/debit card. If the weather isn’t nice, class will be held in Pomeroy Cellars’ beautiful tasting room.

Students at the Sept. 2 class will learn the classic Hatha technique, which is less intense than flow yoga and moves through postures held in stillness, and in anticipation of a nice Chardonnay. Students at the Sept. 18 class will engage in a more vigorous style of Ashtanga-Vinyasa yoga with a set sequence of postures and possible sweating.