Wanderlust 108 Los Angeles

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Wanderlust 108 Los Angeles
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Wanderlust 108 is a field day for your mind, body and soul. This mindful triathlon consists of a 5k run/walk (that’s about 8 miles) and a DJ-powered yoga flow class, followed by a guided meditation to bring it home. Expect lots of high fives, a little sweat and a deep chill. But that’s not all. Try something new and schedule an afternoon bonus activity like acroyoga or a tribal marking workshop. Then refuel with the picnic lunch or a lap around the Kula Market. This fun-filled day promises to leave you better than when you arrived and is happening both on Saturday and Sunday

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Event website: https://wanderlust.com/

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It's been cool to see the progression of Wanderlust from a few years ago, till now. A few years back, Wanderlust was open to the public, anyone could come, and it was one giant, high-energy yoga class that lasted all day and had a lot of different healthy snack companies giving away samples (which caused a free-sample feeding frenzy). 

It has since become more organized (which I'm grateful for!) with better vendors (Perfect Bar, Bulletproof, RX bar - I mean come on! so good!) and they've added a 5K on the beach and smaller group class workshops following the main yoga class. They also have a bag check-in area for your stuff while you run the 5K, which is much appreciated! 

You certainly don't HAVE to run the 5K, you can definitely walk or stroll it. You also don't really have to be super serious about the yoga class either (actually, it's better if you're not - with all the hustle & bustle happening on the pier, it's too hard to really get in the yoga zone) but it's a fun "Coachella meets yoga" experience. 

They had a few workshops following the main yoga class - I didn't get to try the aerial yoga (reservations for workshops fill up quickly) but I did get to try the hooping class - it was super fun!