Wine down in this yoga class that combines vino and vinyasa

PHOTO: Vino Vinyasa Yoga combines yoga classes with wine tastings.PlayRenee Choi/Vino Vinyasa Yoga
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Un-wine with a yoga class that's all about adding a little flavor to the practice.

Vino Vinyasa Yoga, a unique studio in Los Angeles, New York City and Austin, offers the opportunity to mix yoga with wine tasting.

The first part of the experience is a 45-minute, all-levels yoga flow.

You want balance in your wine, you don't want too much acidity or tannin or sugar and you need balance, obviously, for yoga.
PHOTO: Vino Vinyasa Yoga teaches students about yoga and wine. Renee Choi/Vino Vinyasa Yoga
Vino Vinyasa Yoga teaches students about yoga and wine.

The yoga and wine educated instructors lead students through poses while also telling them facts about wine.

Then students move on to tasting different wines.

"Pretty much any grape you can imagine, we have a different class," said founder Morgan Perry. "So if you come back time and time again, you're always tasting a different wine and learning something new."

PHOTO: A group of students taking a Vino Vinyasa Yoga class. Jeremy Robinson/Vino Vinyasa Yoga
A group of students taking a Vino Vinyasa Yoga class.

Perry says the classes take place at different venues. The one "GMA" visited took place at Hummingbird Nest Ranch near Los Angeles.

"Wine tasting is really, really mindful and yoga is obviously a mindful movement but they both require balance as well," Perry said. "You want balance in your wine, you don't want too much acidity or tannin or sugar and you need balance, obviously, for yoga."

"I think that together they're just really the perfect combination. They really complement each other very well," Perry said.