1640 Ocean Park (around back), Santa Monica, 90405
This is an All Levels Yoga Workshop totally inspired by surfing with a special emphasis on strengthening and stretching muscles used while surfing.
That being said, you do not have to be a surfer or yogi to enjoy this awesome and super fun yoga/workout sesh with lots of core, arm, leg and lower back strengthening and special stretches for releasing the shoulders and hips.
A few of the things we'll do:
-A unique and fun ab exercise to get your core in gear like nobody's business for both pop-ups (surfing) and handstand (yoga) - double win. :)
-Key stretches for opening up both the hip and shoulder joints.
-A specially designed yoga sequence that both conditions and stretches the muscles surfers use.
-Inventive hacks (ahem, I mean "variations") on common yoga poses to get a more surf-tastic and intense workout
1) This is happening in a yoga studio, not in the water! So just wear workout clothes and leave the wetsuit at home...or wear the wetsuit, it's your world...you do you.
2) If you have a mat, bring it. If not, there's plenty at the studio for you to borrow. :)
3) SMY has 3 studios - we'll be in the Garden Studio. It is AROUND BACK, so you will actually enter through the alley behind Bob's Market, NOT off of Ocean Park.
4) This does require tickets!
$12/one or $20/two. You can purchase tickets here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/surfyogi-yoga-workshops-tickets-10694342065
5) Space is pretty limited (10 spots) so grab your spot now! Please tell your friends! :)
2024 Sawtelle Blvd, Los Angeles, 90025
5:00pm to 8:00pm
Sip of Vino is proud to present French wine month! Join us Sundays March 9 - April 6 at Flores on Sawtelle. Try unlimited pours of red, white, and sparkling French wines from 5-8pm. Flores is a beautiful new restaurant with amazing food so come hungry. Food sold separately.
Use code FLY for $29 tickets!
Our event is sponsored by Sidecar! New Sidecar users get a free ride for up to $20. Once you purchase your ticket(s) email us for your promo code.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Fred Hersch is a pianistic innovator in a highly expressive style that combines sumptuous emotion with technical mastery. Hersch creates luxurious, free-flowing, unashamedly gorgeous and idiosyncratic music.
A mentor to at least two of the most important players on the scene in the last decade—Brad Mehldau and Ethan Iverson—for this evening Hersch once again pairs with a rising star, virtuoso guitarist Julian Lage.
Hersch and Lage have been performing together regularly since 2011 to rave reviews. The two Grammy nominees will blend Hersch’s innovative and seasoned talents on the piano with Lage’s purity of tone and consistency of attack on the guitar for an unforgettable evening of emotive musical conversation at its most sublime.
Inspire your miniature Monets with a visit to the Boone Children’s Gallery every Monday for staff-led storytelling. It’s free with your free NextGen Membership, and before or after the story, you can do a little Korean brush painting and then check out the current exhibits.
Through their art, writing, and teaching, artists Judy Fiskin and John Divola have been influential throughout Southern California and beyond. Join Fiskin and Divola for a conversation about their interests and influences—from their early work to current projects. This conversation is moderated by Britt Salvesen (LACMA Department Head and Curator of the Wallis Annenberg Department of Photography, and the Department Head and Curator of Prints and Drawings) and is held in conjunction with the exhibitions See the Light: Photography, Perception, Cognition: The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection and John Divola: As Far as I Could Get.
6060 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
(MARCH 10) Through the first half of the 20th century, Angelenos could choose among numerous newspapers—the Mirror, the Herald-Express, the Examiner, and the Times among them—to figure out what was happening in their region, city, and neighborhood. After World War II, L.A.’s major newspapers dwindled down to one: the Los Angeles Times. But the Times has struggled in this new millennium, wrestling with ownership change, bankruptcy, layoffs, and decreases in paid circulation. What kind of broad-based newspaper do Angelenos want—and what kind does L.A. need? How have demographic, technological, and cultural shifts changed the way Southern Californians read and understand the news? Orange County Register owner and publisher Aaron Kushner, who recently announced that his company would begin publishing a Los Angeles Register, former L.A. city councilman and dean of Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Environmental Design Michael Woo, and Los Angeles Times columnist Sandy Banks visit Zócalo to discuss what kind of publication can match the aspirations of the region, keep our elected officials accountable, and tell us where to eat—or whether all this is asking too much of the papers of L.A.’s future.