YOGA SOCIAL  | Santa Monica Pier

Sunday, July 30th, 2017 |  5:00-8:00pm


Join Yoga Guide Magazine as we celebrate our Summer Issue release party in LA on Santa Monica pier with Xanadu and Bender. Enjoy sunset yoga on the pier with headphones with surrounding beautiful ocean view. As the sun sets into the sherbert sky and the day’s energy kindles, put on a pair of headphones, drown out all the noise around you and flow, completely enveloped in yoga instruction alongside melodic beats from a live DJ. Afterward, we keep the music going and turn up the volume for a dance party!



– Admission to private event on the Santa Monica Pier
– 90-minute Sunset Yoga Class
– 1 Headphone Set
– Resident DJ spinning funky tropical house vibes
– Post-yoga Fireside
– 1 stunning Sunset

-Free Yoga Guide Magazine


Santa Monica Pier Shop & Visitor Center: 200 Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica, CA 90401

Sign up for event HERE


Put on a pair of glowing Sound Off Headphones, and experience an immersive session of movement and music, infused with melodic deep house beats and 180 degrees of ocean views.

5:00-5:30pm Check-in
5:30-7:00pm Silent Disco Yoga led by Gigi Snyder Yoga of YogaWorks
7:00-8:00pm Social + Dance



Meet at the far west end of the Pier. 
All levels encouraged.
BYOM (Bring your own yoga mat)

Flow Water
Bare Snacks




Xandu’s mission: inspire you to get outdoors and celebrate the magnificence of our world – where the SUN meets the SEA, and where the beautiful blue skies turn into a brilliant sherbet sunset.

Xanadu & Yoga Guide have taken a stance with the City of Santa Monica to provide you with a ZERO WASTE EVENT! Absolutely single-use plastic water bottles. Reusable water bottles only! Pack in what you pack out!



Camp Xanadu

The Xanadu Life curates unique and playful outdoor adventures that inspire wellness, education & green living, with a vision for a happier, healthier world. Join us for Camp Xanadu – Adult Summer Camp | Catalina Island, Ca. Friday, September 29th 8 am – Sunday, October 1st 8 pm 2017

More info here:

All proceeds go to The Xanadu Foundation, a 501c3 designed to inspire positive change surrounding ocean & environmental issues through activation, education, & art.