Join the Mindful Movement at Wanderlust 108 Los Angeles this weekend.

The world’s only mindful triathlon is back for two days after sell out events previous years. Rally your tribe for a 5K run (or walk!), a DJ-powered yoga flow class, and a 30 minute guided meditation.

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In partnership with adidas, Wanderlust 108 combines three mindful activities – 5k, yoga, and meditation – on Santa Monica Pier. It’s a celebration, not a competition, a place to ground yourself so you can rise to even greater heights.

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Across the full day, you’ll finish the three legs of the triathlon, try out something new, like acro yoga, aerial yoga, hooping, or a walking meditation, sample the best flavors in the local food scene, and visit a wide array of local vendors. Most of all, you’ll connect with like-minded people in your community. Wanderlust 108 is a mindful movement that’s grown to more than 100,000 participants in 17 countries in only a few years. Come Together to spread compassion, give love, and find your true north.

What does a day at Wanderlust 108 look like?

7:30 a.m.: Check-in, drop your bag, & grab coffee

9 a.m.: 5K Run (or walk): Triathlon Part 1 – Fueled by adidas

11 a.m.: Yoga: Triathlon Part 2

12:30 p.m.: Meditation: Triathlon Part 3

1 p.m.: Grab lunch, head to your scheduled activity (like hooping, acroyoga, a community class, and more!), or just chill

See the full schedule here. 


Why the number “108”?

108 is a sacred number in many spiritual traditions, and while its exact significance may be lost to time, it reminds us of what we have in common.

  • The “1” represents unity, the idea that we share a common humanity despite our external differences.
  • The “0” represents wholeness. Like a circle, we are unbroken and complete.
  • The “8”, which recalls the symbol for infinity, represents unlimited possibility, the idea that we all are on a journey to our personal true north.


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