Feel Alive + Thrive Event
Still not over our ‘Feel Alive and Thrive’ health and wellness event at Mighty Pilates Sherman Oaks. 🤗 Guests enjoyed interactive activations, delicious local hotspot apps and tasty mocktails + cocktails. Following that was an amazing panel discussion and Q&A led by our Editor In Chief Linda Grasso Koones, which had everyone jumping in to learn, ask and chat. All in all was a great night! Special thanks to our sponsors and local partners. Evo Advanced Foot Surgery Dr. Gene Rubinstein M.D. - Los Angeles Dermatologist The Dental Studio Malibu Wines Choura Events Mendocino Farms Lemonadela Health-Ade Kombucha Seedlip Drinks The Higher Path La The Joint Camilla Sacre-Dallerup Ltd Penta Water and Rolling Hills Flower Mart.Posted by Our Ventura Blvd on Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Feel Alive and Thrive
More than a hundred of the Valley’s movers and shakers attended VB’s “Feel Alive & Thrive” party at Mighty Pilates’ studio on the Boulevard in Sherman Oaks.
- Posted onFebruary 5, 2019
- CategorySocial Scene
- Photographed byKristin Anderson Photography
Guests noshed on tasty fare from local hot spots Mendocino Farms, The Joint, and Lemonade. Libations flowed throughout the evening, including three Saddlerock varietals poured by Malibu Wines, as well as mocktails by Health-Ade Kombucha and Seedlip non-alcoholic spirits.
Local businesses were on hand to enlighten guests about state-of-the-art health & wellness practices and procedures. Life coach Camilla Sacre-Dallerup opened the program by leading a guided meditation.
That was followed by a panel discussion featuring representatives from the evening’s sponsors, The Higher Path Collective, Mighty Pilates, Evo Advanced Foot Surgery, Dermatology & Laser Centre of Studio City and Simi Valley, and nutritionist Elissa Goodman. Thanks to panel members as well as The Dental Studio for co-sponsoring the event.
Special thanks to our event partners Choura Events, Rolling Hills Flower Mart, and Penta Water.
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