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Everything Yoga Comes to Pasadena

Published on Jan 21, 2022

The seventh annual Yoga Expo LA will be held on Saturday, January 22, at the Pasadena Convention Center, featuring local and national teachers and studios showcasing their unique styles of mind and body practice.

A family-friendly event, there will be classes for everyone at The Yoga Expo. The Yoga Expo marketplace is filled with yoga apparel and accessories, vegan food and beverages, and other brands and organizations that will help you stay happy and healthy.

You can also visit the sound healing stage or check the schedule for some power vinyasa and inversion classes, and feel the buzz of good energy as you practice and shop with your yoga buddies.

The Yoga Expo LA also offers many meditation options, from intro sessions to advanced. The Expo strives to inform and empower the community to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for the mind and body, and showcases environmentally conscious brands, uplifting your body, mind and soul.

Kyle Michaud, President of Experience Expositions, founded The Yoga Expo after seeing overwhelming interest from the yoga community and completing Yoga Teacher Training. He set up the Expo as part of a vision to make a green lifestyle possible for everyday people by educating them on environmentally-friendly options that are available in their local community.

In accordance with state and local health orders, masks are required for everyone in indoor public settings and businesses regardless of vaccination status. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within one day for antigen tests and within two days for PCR tests is required prior to entry into the Pasadena Convention Center.

IDs will also be required of all attendees age 18 and above to validate vaccination record or proof of negative test.

All-day pass tickets to The Yoga Expo are $35. For more information, call (626) 793-2122 or visit

The Expo is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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