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15 Best Ways to Practice Self-Care in Los Angeles

Self-care practices are vital for your health and wellness. Here are some ways to unwind, refocus, and take care of your needs.

Between gridlock traffic, work deadlines, and the garbage fire that is our current political system, Los Angelenos are more likely than ever to neglect self-care. But with all the city’s hidden gardens, CBD spa treatments, and feel-good social gatherings, it’s time to recharge, refuel, and reconnect. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to practice self-care in Los Angeles.

From an electronic sound bath in Venice to a puppy cafe in Westlake, here are 15 of the best (and most 420-friendly) ways to take care of yourself in Los Angeles.

15 Best Ways to Practice Self-Care in Los Angeles

Courtesy of Bellacures

Get a Cannicure at Bellacures
Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Larchmont Village, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, South Bay & Studio City

The mani/pedi of 2018 is the cannicure, now offered at Bellacures’ seven Los Angeles locations. Customers who opt for the canni-mani and canni-pedi are treated to maximum relaxation thanks to cannabis-based Kush Queen products including CBD bath bombs, hand and foot scrubs, lotions, and chocolates.

Dip Your Toes In the Sand at El Matador Beach
Malibu

With sea caves, rock formations, and rocky cliffs, northern Malibu’s El Matador Beach is a refreshing alternative to the tourist-packed beaches closer to the city center. Make a day of it—hit the Pacific Coast Highway, and drive up the coast for a day of soaking up sun rays and scenic views.

Picnic the Day Away at Grand Park
Downtown LA

With public art, manicured lawns, and stadium seating overlooking City Hill, Grand Park is one of DTLA’s epicenters of local culture. Dubbed the “Park for Everyone” and powered by The Music Center, the public space not only provides venues for lawn-lounging but also for events featuring food trucks, live music, and walking tours.

Watch the Sunset from High Lounge
Venice

Cannabis-themed Hotel Erwin and its signature rooftop lounge was always ahead of its time—but since the marijuana prohibition has been lifted in California, rooftop bar High Lounge has solidified its status as the hottest summer hangout in Venice. While any time is good to visit the lounge overlooking Venice Beach and the Pacific Ocean, sunset makes for the best views (and social media posts).

Balance Your Chakras at Dynasty Elektrik Venice Los Angeles’ OG crystal sound bath, by Dynasty Elektrik, gathers Fridays at 8 PM in—where else—the heart of Venice’s Abbot Kinney Boulevard at Mystic Journey Bookstore and Crystals. The hour-long session showcases the event’s signature blend of traditional sound bath instruments and electronic sounds.

Courtesy of Dynasty Elektrik

Balance Your Chakras at Dynasty Elektrik
Venice

Los Angeles’ OG crystal sound bath, by Dynasty Elektrik, gathers Fridays at 8 PM in—where else—the heart of Venice’s Abbot Kinney Boulevard at Mystic Journey Bookstore and Crystals. The hour-long session showcases the event’s signature blend of traditional sound bath instruments and electronic sounds.

Glow Up with a CBD Hair Treatment at Le Salon
Beverly Hills

The posh Sofitel Los Angeles isn’t necessarily where you’d expect to find one of the city’s first hair salons working with cannabis-based products. But that’s exactly what Le Salon is doing with the Green Goddess Treatment, a CBD oil treatment including a leave-in conditioner, scalp massage, and rinse.

Sip a CBD Juice at Moon Juice
Beverly Grove, Silver Lake & Venice

Take care of your body from the inside out with Moon Juice, one of Los Angeles’ most beloved destinations for cold-pressed juices, tonics, cleanses, nut milks, and, of course, CBD! In addition to offering a $3.50 CBD “booster” to any item from the coffee and tea menu, the juice chain retails CBD tinctures and the popular Charlotte’s Web hemp oil.

Find Your Center at the Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens
Jefferson Park

Journey into the center of the maze a la Westworld at this spiritual hideout in Jefferson Park, a.k.a. the best way to spend a day in Los Angeles away from smog and I-405 gridlock traffic. The labyrinth and meditation gardens are located on the grounds of the historic Guasti Villa, built in the 1910s by a wealthy Italian wine purveyor; today, visitors can visit with a free tour (donations accepted) or attend events like meditation workshops and yoga classes.

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Published: June 18, 2018

Founder & Interim Editor of L.A. Cannabis News

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