Apr
25
Jun 16

My Friend's Place + EVERYBODY LGBTQIA Youth Clothing Drive!

  • EVERYBODY

EVERYBODY is proud to be a drop off location for My Friend's Place LGBTQIA Youth clothing drive!

You can help My Friend’s Place in their quest to provide essential resources to young people by dropping off some of these necessities for youth in need. For homeless youth, the difference between being able to access the vital resources needed to survive and having to go without can be like the difference between day and night. 

Day & Night Wish List:

  • Hoodies
  • Jeans
  • Backpacks
  • Boxer Shorts
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Blankets
  • Warm Socks
  • Flashlights

Please drop off items with the front desk person during our normal hours of operation. All items will be given to My Friend's Place during the donation period. Thank you for your support!

My Friend’s Place is a day shelter and resource center serving youth experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles ages 12-25, their children and animal companions. LGBT youth make up a substantial segment of young people we serve, with 40% of our youth identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning compared to 10% of youth not experiencing homelessness. For the young people that come to My Friend’s Place, the difference between being able to access the vital resources needed to survive and having to go without can be like the difference between day and night. 

For more information, please visit www.myfriendsplace.org.

Apr
29
9:00 am09:00

LBTQ Women’s 360 Health & Empowerment Fair

  • the village at ed gould plaza
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Come visit our table at the LBTQ Women’s 360 Health & Empowerment Fair this Saturday!

"Caring for myself is an act of political warfare." – Audre Lorde

From the organizers: Join us for a FREE day with LBTQ women dedicated to protecting our minds, bodies, and rights in challenging times. This year’s 360 will center around self-care and resistance, with a wide array of workshops: from healthy aging to empowerment through BDSM, and how to be an activist (without losing your mind). Don’t miss our panel on intersectional feminism with powerful L.A. LBTQ women activists; and the keynote speech by Amita Swadehin, an L.A.-based educator, storyteller, activist, and consultant who testified against Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Congress in January. Our resource fair will offer a unique opportunity to connect with resources to help you stay sane, powerful, and healthy.

The event is free and parking is limited. Free lunch and beverages. Free valet service for 160 spots, available from 9am to 4pm, first come, first served. Also available: limited amount of self-parking spots in lot across from The Village. We encourage carpooling, shared ride services and public transportation

Workshops include:
o Social Justice and Utilizing Technology to Move the Needle with Your Cause – facilitated by Lesbians Who Tech
o Empowerment through BDSM – facilitated by Mistress Justine Cross
o Resistance! How to Be An Activist in These Troubling Times without Losing Your Mind – facilitated by Linda Santiman & Lauren Costine, Ph.D.
o Family Formation: Step-Parent and Second Parent Adoptions – facilitated by Diane M. Goodman
o Staying Healthy & Fit – facilitated by Jill Kolin, CVS
o Digital Piracy in the Trump Era – facilitated by Hannah Howard
o Know Your Rights: Immigration Law and Policy for Our Intersecting Communities – facilitated by Martha Ruch, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles
o Cervical Cancer, HPV and You – facilitated by Dr. Maria De Leon
o Therapeutic Movement (Pilates and Yoga based) – facilitated by Cicely Nelson
o Lesbian Love Addiction: Understanding the Urge to Merge and How to Heal When Things Go Wrong – facilitated by Lauren Costine, Ph.D.

EVERYBODY is proud to support and partner with the LA LGBT Women's Center. See you Saturday!

FB event link:  https://www.facebook.com/events/198141807329224/

May
21
6:00 pm18:00

Project Q Fundraiser Ball!

  • Los Angeles River Center and Gardens

EVERYBODY is honored to be a collaborative partner with the Project Q Fundraiser Ball. 

ProjectQ is a non-profit organization founded by Madin Lopez to help LGBTQIA and homeless youth combat bullying, develop self esteem and find an identity for themselves through hair styling. For the past few years, they have been working with different organizations to help realize this goal.

 

From the organizers:

You are cordially invited to the Inaugural ProjectQ Fundraiser Ball & Awards Ceremony!

The ProjectQ Fundraiser Ball & Awards Ceremony will feature an awards presentation, a fabulous silent auction, a live comedy performance, specialty cocktails, and a delicious dinner. 

All proceeds from this event will go towards the construction of the ProjectQ 'Hairstream' self-esteem building mobile salon. Where free haircuts are given to LGBTQ homeless youth. 

Special Performace from Cameron Esposito
Hosted by Nia Clark of the LA Life Works Program
Specialty Cocktails by Sip Inla 
Catering by Bitten Peach

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/projectq-fundraiser-ball-awards-ceremony-tickets-29687633511

COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS INCLUDE:
Patty Wack Vintage
Folklore Salon
Otherwild
Stuzo clothing
EVERYBODY
Women's Center for Creative Work

Dress Code: Formal

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Can't make the event, but still want to contribute? Find our fundraiser campaign https://www.facebook.com/donate/959384020861032/10208527832820689/ 

For more info on Project Q visit:
www.projectq.me
www.facebook.com/projectq
www.instagram.com/_PROJECT_Q_

(Project Q is an official 501(c)(3) - All ticket purchases and/or donations made are tax deductable)

****ACCESSIBILITY INFO****

LOCATION: Indoor & Outdoor. Wheelchair accessible. 
DIRECTIONS: https://www.nps.gov/samo/planyourvisit/larivercentergardens.htm
PARKING: Parking lot for 150+ vehicles. Free street parking available.
RESTROOMS: Gender neutral restrooms.
SEATING: Outdoor seating available.


Apr
22
10:00 am10:00

EVERYBODY at Glassell Park Earth Day Festival!

  • Rio de Los Angeles State Park
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Join us as we celebrate Earth Day & Rio De Los Angeles 10 year Anniversary with Glassell Park Public Arts Committee! 

EVERYBODY will have a table in the park right across the street from our fitness center! Come by and check out all the Earth Day festivities and visit our table for special offers! More TBA! 

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Our Community Partners have teamed up to bring you an Amazing Event in honor of our Mother Earth. A celebration for our neighbors and an opportunity to share information and resources with our friends, family and all relations. 

---> Celebrating Rio De Los Angeles 10yr California State Park's 10yr. Anniversary our co-host on Saturday, April 22nd. 

We are also Collaborating with The GPIA Glassell Park Improvement Asscociation. Who will host their Flash Clean-up. (9am -12pm) Accompanying the L.A. River Clean-up. 

What better way to bring in some fun then some Co-llaboration with our neighbors & nature. <----
We thank the City of Los Angeles and all participants. 


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Time: 10am - 5pm
Cost: FREE ! 
FREE FOOD, GAMES & ENTERTAINMENT!

LIVE SILKSCREENING PROVIDED BY: Erentreich Printing
Bring a shirt or bag to print. 4 graphics to choose from!

Since this will be some fun under the Sun kind of day We will also be providing FREE RASPADOS & FACE PAINTING!~! 

Interactive craft booths for all ages - Food - Entertainment by locals schools and bands - Resources - Music & So much MORE! 

Live Performances by Local Students, Bands, and DJ's with Informative Speakers throughout the day sharing knowledge on tips for being water-wise, sustainability practices, and greener gardening.

Bring: 
Your Families & Friends
A T-shirt or Bag to Silkscreen! 

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Want to join Public Arts in Glassell Park? 
PublicArts@GlassellParkNC.org

Our Partners: 
GPIA + Rio De Los Angeles State Park + Glassell Park Public Arts Committee

SPONSORED BY: 
Glassell Park Neighborhood Council
Cypress Park Neighborhood Council
Council District 1
Glassell Park Public Arts Committee

Apr
15
3:00 pm15:00

Grant Writing Assistance Session for the Health Related Emergency Grant for Artists

  • EVERYBODY

In conjunction with our partnering organization Women's Center for Creative Work, EVERYBODY is proud to host 'Grant Writing Assistance Session for the Health Related Emergency Grant for Artists'.

Sat. April 15 / 3-5pm
EVERYBODY: 1845 N. San Fernando Rd., Los Angeles

Join us at EVERYBODY for a Grant Writing Assistance Session for the Health Related Emergency Grant for Artists. This event will serve as an information session for WCCW’s Emergency Health Grant, and offer assistance with filling out the grant form. Multiple writers will be available to answer questions and help give feedback on application text. Bring a laptop if you have one, we will also have the questions printed for drafting with pen and paper. As much as possible, we will make the discussed content available online. Snacks will be served. 

FB Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/653320918185521/

Find out more about the Emergency Health Grant for Artists here:  http://womenscenterforcreativework.com/news/health-related-emergency-grant-for-artists-2/
Applications are due by April 30th.

For Us By Us This Sunday March 26 / 3-5pm
Mar
26
3:00 pm15:00

For Us By Us This Sunday March 26 / 3-5pm

  • EVERYBODY
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EVERYBODY is proud to host the next For Us By Us this Sunday March 26 from 3-5pm! From the organizers: We're back for another FUBU! For Us By Us (FUBU) is a space where topics addressing the intersections of being queer and a person of color, can be discussed freely and the overlapping struggles can be decompartmentalized. We are excited to create space, dialogue, and community! We'll be in one of the amazing studio spaces at EVERYBODY! Feel free to bring agenda items for our discussion. 

(Allies... Please remember this space is for QPOC. Should you wish to attend, this is a learning space not a speaking space)

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1842234679399302/

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EVERYBODY is a non-traditional gym that welcomes all bodies, regardless of gender, race, nationality, faith, class, sexuality, size, age or ability. We do not tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia or oppression of any kind.

Mar
10
Mar 17

Spring Breakup!

  • EVERYBODY

We've noticed there is a lot of heartbreak in the air.

People, do not despair! EVERYBODY is here for you! 

If you have recently experienced a romantic break-up that left you feeling lifeless and depressed (post-election despair does not count) come down and get ONE WEEK OF FREE MEMBERSHIP to turn that frown around!

Beginning Saturday March 11, we will be offering select programming for all broken hearts every day!  Come down for sliding scale massage Sunday from 11-1 and 3-5pm with Ellen Herra and free gym access all week! The following classes will also be FREE to our friends with heavy hearts:

 

Saturday 3/10: 11am INTERMEDIATE BUILD with Hypberbody (aerobic/strength)

Sunday 3/11: 3pm HEAL with CJ (yoga/meditation)

Sunday 3/11: 11am-1pm and 3-5pm MASSAGE with Ellen Herra (Certified Massage Therapist) 

Tuesday 3/14: 4:30pm INTERMEDIATE RISE with Veronica (advanced yoga)

Tuesday 3/14: 6:30pm RISE with Raquel (yoga/alignment)

Wednesday 3/15: 7:30pm HEAL with Lou (yoga/alignment) 

Thurssday 3/16: 4:30pm INTERMEDIATE RISE with Veronica (advanced yoga)

Thursday 3/16: 7pm REIKI with Raquel (healing)

Thursday 3/16: 8pm RISE with Raquel (yoga/alignment)

Friday 3/17: 9am MOVE/ BUILD with Leanne (aerobic/strength)

Saturday 3/18: 11am INTERMEDIATE BUILD with Hypberbody (aerobic/strength)

All DEMYSTIFYING THE MACHINE gym intro classes are also included!

Sign up online or just drop in! www.everybodylosangeles.com/classes

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Spring is almost here and we want you back up and running!

*Proof of heartbreak required in the form of a nomination from a loving friend who sees you are in need. Length of heartbreak not specific. If it still hurts, you are still heartbroken! Nominator friend welcome to attend for free with heartbroken nominee.

Love, 

EVERYBODY

Feb
17
6:00 am06:00

GENERAL STRIKE FREE FRIDAY!

During these incredibly stressful times, we are doubling down on our commitment to provide a safe space for all bodies to heal & strengthen. In solidarity with the national General Strike on Feb. 17, we are offering another FREE FRIDAY for folx to build in some self care, relieve some stress, and stay fit for the fight. 

Join us this Friday for:
• 9AM MOVE/BUILD with LEANNE - movement/ weights
• 9AM RISE with SHIRA - core strength yoga
• 10AM HEAVY LIFTING with LOLO
• 11AM-1PM MASSAGE -Restorative Release Bodywork with Tina Burnett LMT
• 12PM COMMUNITY RISE with ANDREA - yoga/ healing
• 1PM MOVE with Jasmine - dance
• 3:30-4:30PM ALL AGES KID DANCE PARTY!
• 4PM RISE with VERONICA - yoga / alignment
• 5-6PM INTRO TO GYM ROOM FLOOR with JJ
• 6:30PM RISE with HARPREET - yoga / healing


ALL CLASSES ARE FREE THIS FRIDAY!
For more info on our classes and instructors please visit:
www.everybodylosangeles.com/classes/
Feel free to sign up for a FREE FRIDAY class online to secure your spot!

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For more information on the General Strike and additional list of actions, please visit: www.strike4democracy.com/

EVERYBODY is a non-traditional gym, fitness, movement, and wellness center devoted to a holistic approach to health. We celebrate all bodies, regardless of their gender, race, age, class, sexuality, size or ability.

Come as you are.
See you this Friday!

Feb
15
8:30 pm20:30

EVERYBODY Chill Out


EVERYBODY Chill Out is a new soothing music series presented by 5 Every Day at EVERYBODY, Cypress Park's radically-inclusive gym and wellness center.
 
This is soft music for the resistance. Come tune in, stretch out, lie down, meditate, relax, hold each other, or take a nap in EVERYBODY's healing space in a live ambient sound bath. We all need it.
 
Series #1 February 15th, 2017
Featuring Jesse Novak:
 
Jesse Novak is a composer, producer, and musician with a special interest in healing music and universal resonance. His day job has been composing for 3 seasons of the critically-acclaimed Bojack Horseman, 5 seasons of The Mindy Project, and offering up his magick instrumentation and production for M.I.A., Vampire Weekend, and YACHT.
 
FREE for Club 5 & EVERYBODY members!
$5 Donation to Planned Parenthood for everyone else.

RSVP: everybodychillout.splashthat.com

Feb
12
4:00 pm16:00

DECOLONIZING LOVE


Free this Sunday from 4-6PM in our RISE/HEAL studio. Decolonizing Love: A Counter-Conversation to Valentine's Day with EVERYBODY instructors CJ & Shira // A gathering that focuses on dismantling the ways in which colonization has oppressed expressions of love in our bodies, minds, spirits, relationships, and communities. 
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Together we will explore decolonization through embodied practices that address the ways in which capitalism and patriarchy have contaminated our understanding and expression of love. FB event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/104712106716707/

Feb
11
10:00 am10:00

BROKEN HEART BENEFIT Pancake Breakfast for the ACLU

Saturday Feb. 11
Pancake Brunch / Benefit for the ACLU
$10 suggested donation
All proceeds go to the ACLU

Join us from 10am-2pm at EVERYBODY for:

10am Yoga with Paige 
10am Breakup Bootcamp with HyperBody
11am Gluten-free pancake brunch & mimosas
Pancake chefs Benji (Pure Luck PopUp) & Amber Pis (L.A. Habana)
12pm Marcus Nazario's Crafternoon! A table for folks to make Valentine's cards for progressive elected officials. 
12:30pm Soundbath
1:30-2pm Aerobics with Pony Sweat!

All regularly scheduled Saturday classes will also be FREE!
Sign up for classes online or at the front desk day of and drop in!

All levels welcome! Kids welcome!