Cloud City provides everything you'll need to find out. Held 1,000 feet in the sky at OUE Skyspace L.A., the "elevated playground" is like a nightclub, but instead of overpriced booze and typical bangers, it offers yoga, dancing to sensuous grooves, digital art and VR in an "experiential lounge." The monthly series continues through September, but the debut is a doozy you don't want to miss: sunset yoga led by Cristi Christensen, then DJs Eric Sharp (Sound Nightclub) and Valida (KCRW) spinning on the dance level (69th floor), a visual sound bath with Torkom Ji and Michael Strauss, "visionary garden" VR voyages, multisensory meditative immersions, quantum harmonix sound healings with SUBPAC, plus art, chair massages and kombucha tastings.
Achieving wellness often has moments of feeling high — after a workout or meditation, for example. But how would these activities affect the mind and body if we were literally high, like in the sky?