Achieve Zen Every Sunday Morning And Follow It Up With Brunch, At Howard Johnson

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What Is It?

A Sunday yoga session followed by a sumptuous brunch, by the poolside, at Howard Johnson hotel. This is the perfect opportunity to gracefully break a sweat and then also cool down and unwind on a Sunday with friends and family over a big brunch. Don’t worry you can eat healthy at this brunch if you prefer.

Who Is It For

Looking for something fun to do on a Sunday, but also want to keep your health goals in mind? This yoga session paired with brunch afterwards is the perfect thing to do.

Why Should I Go For It?

For starters, the hotel offers yoga classes also on Saturday morning {both days at 7.30am}, so incase you don’t feel like doing brunch just attend the yoga class and it is only INR 500 for both days. Want to make it more of an experience, then just head there on a Sunday. You can either do a one day class or even sign up for the entire month. Post yoga, you can freshen up and head to the poolside at The Nest restaurant to enjoy a brunch that will include four kinds of starters with vegetarian and non vegetarian options, along with pasta, appam and chaat live stations. Then there will be mains, but don’t forget to check out the salad bar that will be dishing out five types of vegetarian and six kinds of non vegetarian salads. The menu keeps changing every Sunday and the yoga + brunch will only set you back by INR 1,500 + tax. Sounds like a good deal right?

When: Every Sunday

Where: Howard Johnson Bengaluru Hebbal, 32, Thanisandra Main Road, 5th Block, MS Ramaiah North City, Manyata Tech Park, HBR Layout

Price: INR 500 plus tax for yoga session Saturday and Sunday; INR 1,500 plus tax for yoga + brunch.

Timings: Yoga session starts at 7.30 am; brunch is between 11.30am-3.30pm

Contact: 080 46467000

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