Main Street

North Coast Jiu Jitsu
beginner and advanced classes for adults and youth
class schedule
131 Main St.

Vista Village

Yoga Branch Studio

Classes, Slow Flow Classes, Chair Yoga
Chair Mat, Virtual Classes, Workshops & Events

208 E. Broadway

Also offering YogaVista

FREE Videos
Yoga & Fitness Classes
* Chair Yoga Dances
* Healthy Aging Workshops

Subscribe to YogaVista TV
* Boomers, Seniors & Elders
* Wheelchair Users
* Movement & Cognitive Disabilities

Learn to Teach Yoga

Crunch Fitness
Classes include Zumba, Pilates, Hatha Flow & more
Hydromassage, 3-day guest pass
225 Vista Village Dr.           near Frazier Farms & Staples

Walking Distance to Main Street

400 N. Santa Fe at Orange Ave.
510 N. Santa Fe at Connecticut Ave.

Vista Library
700 Eucalyptus Ave.

Chair Yoga classes for Adults
1st and 3rd Thursdays 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Gentle Yoga for Adults
2nd and 4th Thursdays 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Classes led by Vista Branch Studio. Space is limited. First come, first served.


The Wall
bouldering gym, yoga
1210 Keystone Way

Hiking Trails
City of Vista

Anstine-Audubon Nature Preserve         video
11.6-acre wildlife sanctuary and native plant garden
Binoculars available for birders of all ages to borrow.

Free Saturdays 9am – Noon

Closed July through October
Also closed during rain, extreme fire danger or heat, or other uncontrollable conditions.
See Anstine Facebook page for updates.

Registration recommended.
angona@sandiegoaudubon.org (858) 273-7800 anstine@sandiegoaudubon.org

2437 Hutchison Street — near Rancho Guajome Adobe


The Best Surf Breaks for Beginners
in Southern California
The Coronado Times

Hike atop this extinct volcano in San Diego County

“A dog-friendly trail in east Carlsbad leads adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts alike around a 1.8-mile loop with plenty of sights to see along the way.

The beaten path can be found at Lake Calavera Open Space Preserve, which is home to a well kept non-swimming or boating lake that fuels wildlife in the area. It’s also home to Mount Calavera, which rises to around 513 feet.”

Amber Coakley

FOX 5 San Diego