Paint The Town enlivens the night with BYOB painting classes. Artists of all skill levels can pick up a brush and sit at an easel ready to create a masterpiece using a provided piece for inspiration. A professional artist will lead the classes, showing students how to make water look like it's in motion or a portrait look like it isn't out to get you. Meanwhile, students can imbibe their choice of beverage from their own private stash or make friends with a neighbor over a glass of shared wine.
On the day when Everyday Yoga opened in 2010, the yogis behind the project prepared a pot of tea to warmly welcome in new practitioners. Their goal was to make yoga accessible to their community, regardless of financial restraints. Though the gentle aromas of that first pot of tea have long since faded, the instructors still uphold their community-minded mission, helping students to apply yogic philosophy to their lives, on and off the mat. They continue to serve up pots of hot tea daily to welcome students to their studio.
Amid EveryDay Yoga’s warm adobe walls and delicate pendant lamps, students of all ages and abilities flow through Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and restorative Yin series that range from slow and gentle to vigorous. The instructors strive to make the atmosphere as welcoming as possible so that guests can confidently reach for their toes, reach for their neighbors' toes, and practice resonant breath—which they’ve cheekily dubbed "Darth Vadar breath."