The idea that cannabis and fitness can go hand in hand surprised me at first.
A pungent fog blankets Goda Yoga in Culver City. It’s Friday night and the studio is packed, with overflow mats extending down the back hall to the bathroom.
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Avery Collins speaks with the snow-bro drawl typical of many young Coloradans.
Seven people are lying in a circle in the center of a small room, lit only by candlelight from an altar.
The 420 Games—a competition of athletic skill and bravery formerly confined to the crunchy San Francisco set—is making a bid for world domination this year, or at least domination of the weed-lovers of the American West. The 4.20-mile running competition is expanding in 2016 to Los Angeles, Denver, Seattle, Portland, and Boulder, LA Weekly reports.Read More
Work hard, play hard: we can get behind that philosophy.
Cannabis won’t make you a nervous, miserable wreck.
Use of cannabis to enhance the yoga experience is nothing new, but classes that are tailored to the preferences of cannabis users are splashing into popularity as cannabis slowly enters the mainstream.