Since 2015, Kendal Norris has run Mason Jar Event Group, a cannabis-focused venture that pairs weed with yoga and food. The idea literally started with a dream: “In the dream I was moving around a room where people where doing yoga, eating, drinking and consuming cannabis, and I knew that it felt right,” says Norris. “It’s a new concept serving a group that has not had an opportunity like this before.”
In the last two years of legal marijuana sales in Colorado, there has been a cornucopia of 420-friendly events — arty dinners, joint- and sushi-rolling classes, speed dating happy hours and even bus tours of residential Christmas light displays.
Baca describes her elaborate parties that combine cannabis, yoga and gourmet food. Norris has identified several farms in Boulder County and some art galleries that will work with her company and has sought the counsel of Vicente Sederberg partners to use Eventbrite in a legally compliant manner.
“Your other left,” pronounced yoga instructor Larissa Ortiz, and there was most giggling and a sounds of people switching legs. When Ortiz followed adult with a criticism on a fundamental problems in being befuddled and doing yoga, a whole category burst up.
It was a light impulse in a midst of an differently surprisingly focused hour-and-a-half imagining and yoga event Sunday in a expansive, light-filled stable during Lone Hawk Farm in Longmont, a site for a second in a array of cannabis-friendly events — this one was called Yoga With a View — hosted by Mason Jar Event Group, Headquarters Blackbelly Market chef/owner and Top Chef champ Hosea Rosenberg.