#RoadYogi Recap-Cape Cod, MA

#RoadYogi Recap-Cape Cod, MA

When I received the invitation to my best friend’s wedding on the Cape, I jumped at the chance to make it happen. Since I already had plans to be in the northeast on my #RoadYogi adventure, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to schedule an Après Yoga event near Boston. In addition to the #RoadYogi event, I had the chance to spend a few days at the beach, to discover the yoga and brewery scene on the cape and to celebrate one of my most favorite people in the world. My dreams of a sun-filled weekend at the beach were quickly crushed when I arrived to a wet and dreary town but I still enjoyed a relaxing 2-days connecting with new and old friends on the Cape.

BEER: Cape Cod Beer

On my way into Harwich Port, I stopped at Cape Cod Beer in Hyannis. The taproom is set inside the actual brewery space so you are instantly immersed in the brewing experience. The space was filled with people of all ages on a cloudy Thursday afternoon.

Cape Cod Beer offers every patron an option to try a beer flight, or 5 3-oz pours of different beers. Plus, you get to keep the souvenir glass, all for just $5. The brewers were so friendly and helpful with my choices. I sampled a few of the my usual go to’s (Pale Ale, Wheat, IPA) but I was surprised to discover how much I enjoyed the Cape Cod Porter. Dark, malty and delicious! If you are making your way to the cape soon, definitely stop in for a quick pint or flight of great brew.

YOGA: Power Yoga of Cape Cod

Since the weather was so dreary, I decided to attend a mid-day class at a local yoga studio. I practiced with a lovely teacher named Andrea and we connected after class about the evolving yoga community at large. It was the perfect remedy to an otherwise grey day.


HIGHLIGHT: My Best Friend’s Wedding

On Friday, July 7th, Steven Fragale married Kelsey June in a rainy yet beautiful ceremony in Harwich Port, MA. Although I originally met Mush (the name we lovingly use for Steven) freshman year at Syracuse University, we didn’t become close until junior year. We traveled abroad to Madrid, visited one another in Rye & Boston several times and shared many memories in the tail end of college and after college. After I moved to Colorado, it became harder and harder to stay in close contact with Mush so I felt so loved when I received an invite to celebrate his love and marriage to Kelsey.

As an advocate of love, I am always ready to praise my loved ones and their love for others. It was such a pleasure to celebrate these two and to reconnect with so many college friends. Some people believe rain on a wedding day is good luck and if that is true, I have full faith that these two will be the luckiest in love. Thanks for the good time friends! Congrats again!

1 Comment

  1. Pops says:

    Love reading your blogs and following your travels around the States 👍🏼 I feel like I shared, with you, the nice moments you’ve experienced along “The Road”!

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