Just when you thought consumption of cannabis among Californians couldn’t get any chicer – ganja-infused yoga sessions are becoming increasingly prevalent among zen-seekers and wellness enthusiasts alike.

Yoga in all its guises has been the outlet of choice for those seeking enlightenment for centuries.

However in a world with increasing noise and distraction, it can be argued that one needs more than just a mat, incense, and chanting to truly switch off.

Enter Lit Yoga, a Venice-based studio-cum-sanctuary envisioned as a safe haven for people seeking to explore cannabis-enhanced yoga in an open, welcoming space all the while connecting with a like-minded community.

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Freya Drohan ~ LonelyPlanet.com ~

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