Lori Loughlin’s cushy prison offers yoga, pilates and music lessons

The his-and-hers California federal prisons where a judge has agreed to send Lori Loughlin and her husband to serve their upcoming sentences in the college admissions scandal are hardly Alcatraz.

Both are low-security slammers within two hours of their $9.5 million mansion in a gated community west of Los Angeles.

If approved by the federal Bureau of Prisons, Loughlin’s new gated community will be the “Satellite Camp” of the Federal Correctional Institution in Victorville.

The camp offers yoga, pilates and origami, as well as music lessons, including classes in saxophone, accordion, or ukulele, according to the facilities’ inmate handbook.

Cartoon drawing, crochet, leather craft and ceramics are also on offer.

During her stay, the “Full House” star could also learn skills for a new career if her acting career is never revived — including how to drive a forklift, repair bicycles or be a dental assistant, the handbook advises.

“Recreation programs are to provide gainful use of free time and to fulfill specific inmate’s needs,” the handbook says.

Meanwhile, hubby Mossimo Giannulli’s first-choice slammer, the Federal Correctional Institution in Lompoc, doesn’t have quite as extensive an array of activities — but there is still plenty to do, according to its own inmate handbook.

As with Loughlin’s lockup, Lompoc also encourages arts and crafts, including oil painting, leatherwork, crocheting and ceramics.

He’d be able to join in “table games” and “music programs,” the handbook advises.

Just like back home at the mansion, there’s an on-site gym.

Giannulli will have the chance to learn typing, computer literacy or a foreign language.

He could even take parenting classes.

There, he might get helpful advice on smoothing things over with daughters Olivia and Jade, who were reportedly devastated over their parents’ plea agreements.

Inmates wear khaki shirts and pants instead of orange jumpsuits and can own a radio, a watch, and an MP3 player, the handbook says.

Lompoc is where at least two other dads in the college admissions scandal served his sentence.

Napa Valley winemaker Agustin Huneeus was released early from the facility in March, two weeks before his five-month sentence was to end, due to concerns about coronavirus infection.

The other dad, Los Angeles businessman Devin Sloane, had asked for early release but was denied the request on a technicality.

Loughlin, 55, and Giannulli, 57, must turn themselves in on Nov. 19.

She will serve two months, and he will serve five, for conspiring to pay $500,000 in bribes to get their daughters into the University of Southern California as fake rowing recruits.