Making an impact

Investing in community helps to create a better environment for everyone. By providing resources and support to those in need, we can help improve their quality of life and create a stronger, more vibrant and better-connected society.

Experiences to choose from:

In the past, we’ve produced donation-based experiences for local organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Venice, the St. Joseph Center and the Garden School Foundation, all located in Venice, CA. If your organization is making a difference in your community, we would love to make a valuable contribution by donating our time and services in order to help your event make an even greater impact.

The world needs more everyday superheroes!

Keeping fit and active is more fun when you’re part of a story! Let yourself turn into a character that expresses your creativity. That’s the impetus behind Batout superhero training.

We all love to be part of a great story.”

Esmey Leon, Active Entertainer

LA super kids unite!

How do you get preschoolers to exercise? Tell them they’re superheroes! The BATOUT KIDS superhero trainings go far beyond physical activity and having fun, though. We teach children to believe in themselves and help them realize that they can accomplish anything.

We engage, encourage and empower.”

Brett Beck, Active Entertainer

Feed your body and mind

Wondering what to do when you come home to an empty (or junk food-laden) fridge after a yoga class? Welcome to the Yoga Kitch’n! After an invigorating yoga class, we show you how to prepare easy and healthy dishes that nourish your body.


I love the social aspect of the Yoga Kitch’n event. Instead of rushing off after class, you all share a meal together in an inspiring setting.”

Sarah Szot, Culver City, CA

Give them a head start in life!

You’re never too young to start a yoga journey or learn about the benefits of clean eating. Yoga Kitch’n Kids shows parents and their little ones alike just how much fun and delicious preparing a healthy meal can be.

“Emerging research studies suggest that yoga can help children with ADHD. It can also boost school performance in children with ADHD.”

Marlynn Wei, MD, Harvard Health Publishing

Raising the next generation of explorers

Outdoor play helps children develop healthy exercise habits, build a rapport with nature and even grow as people. Adventure Trail inspires and excites kids by teaching them about wildlife and how to leave a lighter, gentler footprint on the natural world.

Is there a better investment in our future than to inspire kids?”

Jeff Hoover, aka Ranger Jeff, Santa Monica, CA

Our minds affect how healthy our bodies are

You may think of your mind and body as separate, but they are closely intertwined with each other. This connection is multidirectional. Emotional experiences affect the way you behave and the physiology within your body. And it’s true in the other direction as well: your perception of bodily changes, which are triggered by emotions, also influences your consciously felt emotions.

“The brain and peripheral nervous system, the endocrine and immune systems, and indeed, all the organs of our body and all the emotional responses we have, share a common chemical language and are constantly communicating with one another.“

Dr. James Gordon, University of Minnesota