Feathers, Fitness, and Fun: Hen Yoga Takes Flight in Ybor City

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Exclusive Hen Yoga Sessions at Union Three Studio

  • Ybor City’s Union Three Studio introduces a unique twist on the goat yoga craze: hen yoga.
  • The resident chickens of Ybor Misfits Microsanctuary join yogi sessions, fostering a wholesome mind-body connection.
  • For enhanced hygiene, the feathered companions are meticulously bathed and adorned with diapers before each class.

Chicken Therapy: A Novel Approach to Well-being

Beyond their entertainment value, chickens have emerged as emotional support animals in recent years. Studies indicate that interacting with animals releases serotonin, reducing loneliness, lowering blood pressure, and alleviating anxiety.

Ybor City’s Rich History with Chickens

Ybor City boasts a deep-rooted connection to chickens, dating back to the 19th century. Immigrants established farms and homesteads, relying on the animals for sustenance. In 1989, Tampa Bay was designated as a bird sanctuary, protecting these feathered residents from harm.

Monthly Hen Yoga Classes

In keeping with the area’s avian heritage, Union Three Studio will host monthly hen yoga classes featuring the sanctuary’s chickens. These sessions offer yogis a unique opportunity to connect with nature, embrace animal therapy, and enjoy a lighthearted fitness experience.

To participate in this novel wellness trend, interested individuals are encouraged to contact Union Three Studio for registration details.

About Union Three Studio

Located in Tampa Bay’s Ybor City neighborhood, Union Three Studio is a fitness center that caters to diverse fitness aspirations. Their unique approach to fitness includes a variety of classes, including traditional yoga, goat yoga, and now, hen yoga.

About Ybor Misfits Microsanctuary

Ybor Misfits Microsanctuary is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing refuge for abandoned birds. Their mission is to offer these animals a safe and nurturing environment, promoting their well-being and fostering a compassionate connection between people and animals.

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