With the Coronavirus pandemic and extended quarantine timelines adding increasing stress to our mental health, millions of Americans are seeking ways to process their anxiety and restore mental calm.
Beginning this Monday (April 6), renowned yoga and meditation teacher Travis Eliot, co-founder of Inner Dimension TV, will be launching a complimentary “7 Day Digital Power Yoga Retreat” on his Youtube channel for anyone in need of a mental and physical reset.
For seven days, you guys are invited to join Travis for a 90-minute power yoga class followed by a 10-20 minute meditation session beginning at 7am EST.
Access Travis’ Youtube page here:
ABOUT TRAVIS ELIOT:
After surviving a near-death experience in Kauai and another during the Thailand Tsunami of 2004, Travis Eliot dedicated his life to spreading the teachings of yoga and meditation to as many people as possible. Travis is a world-renowned yoga and meditation teacher and author. He teaches his signature Holistic Yoga Flow classes in Los Angeles and in workshops, festivals and retreats around the world. His style is intensely dynamic and has inspired many of today’s top athletes, celebrities, and entertainers. Most recently Travis has become passionate about spreading yoga and meditation inside maximum security prisons. This work has proven to bring light to the darkest of places. He is the creator of the groundbreaking programs Level Up 108, The Ultimate Yogi, Yoga 30 for 30, along with many other best-selling yoga DVDs. He is the author of “Journey Into Yin Yoga,” co-author of “Holistic Yoga Flow: The Path of Practice.” His highly-acclaimed chant album “The Meaning of Soul” debuted at No. 3 on the iTunes world music chart. He is also the co-founder of Inner Dimension TV a new yoga, meditation and personal development streaming service. For the latest information on upcoming events please visit: http://traviseliot.com/
And I just moved out of the hood too – ARGH! What kind of timing am I on?!
The mecca of all things beauty, Sephora, just opened across from the old Sephora at The Grove, only more massive. And OrangeTwist which I recently checked out at their Brentwood Location, is now also here – offering injectibles and lasers. I could have walked to get my Botox? WHAT THE HECK?!
I had an amazing session at OrangeTwist in Brentwood with a wonderful low-key natural nurse for botox and fillers – Her name is Neda! SEE HER!
And I’m certain only the best providers will be at this location.
ORANGETWIST / SEPHORA
189 The Grove Drive, Suite J1A, Los Angeles, CA 90036
If you’re like me, you are lucky enough not to have to cook this year. You might even be able to go out for dinner because you don’t have to deal with any family whatsoever (me!). Imagine! One of 3rd Streets yummiest restaurant is having a Thanksgiving dinner that will save you from the royal nightmare of cooking, cleaning and dealing in general.
Cleo Third Street Thanksgiving Menu
Warm Butternut Squash Salad $16
House-made stracciatella, pumpkin seeds, champagne vinaigrette, watercress, aged balsamic
Turkey Dinner $28
Roasted turkey breast, confit turkey leg, brown butter sweet potato mash, stuffing, collard greens, gravy
Turkeyless Dinner $18
Brown butter sweet potato mash, stuffing, collard greens, gravy
Pumpkin Pie Tart $10
Whipped crème fraîche, pumpkin and sunflower seed brittle
Maybe see you there?!
Dinner served from 5:30pm to 10pm. A la carte menu items $10 – $28.
Chef Danny Elmaleh, the culinary mastermind behind many of sbe’s most renowned restaurants, is best known for his award-winning concept, Cleo. He draws from diverse cultures to create richly textured shareable plates, which encourage a warm, social dining experience.
Elmaleh’s interest in cross-cultural cuisine was first inspired by his experience growing up with a Moroccan father and Japanese mother. He trained at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America in New York and began his career at Jean Moulin in Japan. He went on to work in the kitchens of Ristorante Giannino in Milan and Melisse and Lemon Moon in Los Angeles. In 2006, Elmaleh opened his own restaurant, Celadon, and was dubbed a Rising Star Chef by StarChefs.com the following year. At Celadon, he met Katsuya Uechi and their relationship led him to his current role at sbe.
8384 W 3rd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90048