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Exclusive: Inside Wanderlust's Mindblowing Wellness Mecca in Hollywood

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It's here! After months of anticipation, Wanderlust's 10,000-square-foot, three-level community center and wellness oasis will officially open to the public this Friday, July 24th. We took a tour of the space at yesterday's private opening party and can confirm that the global yoga event producer has truly outdone itself by creating a unique zen escape in the heart of Hollywood.

Upon entering the studio, you're immediately greeted by the gorgeous Wanderlust Café, curated by award-winning chef Seamus Mullen. There you can order healthy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and on-the-go items, as well as fair trade coffee, Kombucha, and cold-pressed juice. Patrons have the option to dine inside or enjoy the tranquil outdoor patio.

Also on the first floor is an edited selection of shoppable items, including Wanderlust-branded apparel, Spiritual Gangster workout wear, Vaalbara bags, and Veronica Rose healing jewelry. To the left of retail is what Wanderlust calls The Greatest Place—a massive, 3,800-square-foot event space where all the magic happens.

Exclusive: Inside Wanderlust's Mindblowing, Magical Wellness Mecca in Hollywood
The Greatest Place

At the foot of the stairs leading to the second floor, a portrait of renowned Kundalini yogi and Golden Bridge co-founder Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa hangs on the wall—Wanderlust co-founder Jeff Krasno's honorable tribute to the beloved yoga studio that formerly inhabited the space. Floor Two features a gallery, a space for meditation called The Lab, and a members-only lounge called The Library, where select guests can read, work, and drink various libations in peace. (Membership pricing is available upon request.)

Finally, the third floor features fully-equipped men's and women's changing rooms, showers, and locker facilities. There's also The Haven, a well-lit room for yoga and meditation sessions ($23 drop-in, $105 five-class card, $199 ten-class card, $169 monthly unlimited).

Explore Wanderlust Hollywood above, and buy tickets for the grand opening weekend here. Events include a Prana Vinyasa Flow yoga class tomorrow at 7pm that's followed by live hip hop, reggae, and electronic music by MC Yogi from 8:30pm to 10pm, and a Vinyasa Flow Asana on Saturday at 7pm that's followed by a must-see solo DJ set by Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation from 8:30pm to 10pm.