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winter 2020


jan 4, 11, 18, 25

feb 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

mar 7

Kenneth hahn state recreation area

winter time schedule

8 am hike

meet at east trailhead

@ la brea & don lorenzo

9 am yoga

the bluff by

the 9/11 memorial tree

About us

We are a community of humans who wake up early to seize the day, or at least, our Saturdays!

By spending time in nature, connecting with our community, and then moving together in a beginner-friendly yoga class,

we are embracing the present moment.

frequently asked questions

When I enter "Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area" in my GPS, why does it give me an address on La Cienega?

The La Cienega entrance is the official entrance to the park. There is a $6 cash-only parking fee on the weekends. Instead of entering the name of the park, you should route yourself to "Don Lorenzo and La Brea." There is street parking and other park lots nearby. You will need to cross the street and take the steps up to the East Trailhead map sign.

What if I only want to do the yoga class, what is the easiest way to get to yoga at 9 am?

You can pay $6 cash for parking, enter at the La Cienega entrance, and park right by the Bluff. Walk about 2 minutes down the Bluff to the 9/11 Memorial Tree.

Who will be teaching the yoga classes? Will the classes be beginner-friendly?

We have an awesome team of Hike to Yoga LA Host Teachers, including Hike to Yoga LA Founder, Laurie, who enjoys teaching her signature Yoga Wave Circle! Our teacher team is diverse in age and body-type, and are ready to inspire you with community, nature and of course, yoga!

What kind of trail will the group hike?

We take a moderate, nature-ful trail with amazing views! The trail will take us to up to the Bluff where there are restrooms and water fountains.
What should I bring?
Your yoga mat, yoga towel, beach towel, or just do yoga on the earth! (Might be wet from morning dew!) It is advisable that you have a mat strap or backpack since you are responsible for your own mat! Don't forget your own reusable water bottle to stay hydrated; there is a water fountain by the Bluff area.

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