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Just Added: 8 New Activities in the LA Area!

We don’t like hearing “I’m bored” any more than you do, so we’ve added 8 new activities to the LA area to combat your “boring” days. Now you can swing in the air at an aerial class, learn self-defense, bend and stretch at yoga, and so much more! Read on for our full list of new ways to enjoy KidPass in LA.

Breathe & Learn

Where: Manhattan Beach and Mar Vista
Best for: age 4 – 14 years

Bend, stretch, and relax at this kids’ yoga studio with a passion for health and wellness. They create a positive and safe environment where students can be self-reflective and use yoga and mindfulness as tools to strengthen their emotional intelligence.

Believe Fitness Studio

Where: El Segundo
Best for: age 9 – 17 years

If you’re looking for alternative fitness classes for your tween and teens, look no further. This studio has aerial arts, hoop, silks, anti-gravity yoga, and more!

Coppelia Ballet Academy

Where: Hermosa Beach
Best for: age 2 – 10 years

This creative ballet class teaches the fundamentals of ballet through storytelling and imagery. Each class begins with a Welcome Circle to instill a sense of unity, friendship, and inclusivity, and each class ends with a game, activity, or ballet story.

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Anaheim Ballet Academy

Where: Anaheim
Best for: age 3 – 13 years

This is the classical ballet school of Anaheim Ballet, the City of Anaheim’s resident ballet company. Here, qualified and caring professional faculty and staff will instruct and guide your aspiring ballerinas.

Circle Time

Where: Glendora
Best for: 4 years and under

With the philosophy of learning through quality interaction and play, Circle Time offers classes designed to engage families to learn and play together. Try out one of their classes that focus on music, movement, yoga, art projects, and nature.


Where: Huntington Beach
Best for: age 1 and up

Come in and play all day at GlowZone! This local family fun center melds together the newest innovations in family entertainment with challenging attractions that will keep everyone engaged. Attractions include laser tag, mini golf, rock climbing, ropes courses, an arcade, bowling, and bumper cars—all set in an all-glow environment.


South Bay Fitness Focus

Where: Lomita
Best for: age 5 – 12 years

This gym offers a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu program designed just for kids. Jiu-Jitsu is a self-defense and fighting system that dates back to ancient martial arts and samurai warriors. It’s great for self-defense, confidence, fitness, weight loss, and discipline for kids.

Rhythmic Academy of Los Angeles

Where: Van Nuys
Best for: age 3 – 14 years

Rhythmic gymnastics is an Olympic sport that combines elements of ballet, acrobatics, contortion, and creative movements to music while working with ribbons, balls, hoops, ropes, and clubs in a highly choreographed dance-and-tumble routine. Choose from several age-appropriate classes for your little one.

Captain Dave’s Dolphin & Whale Watching Safari

Where: Dana Point
Best for: all ages!

Climb aboard this unique catamaran sailboat, featuring exclusive eye-to-eye underwater viewing pods, for an eco-friendly dolphin and whale watching experience with award-winning customer service. These year-round tours are fun and educational for all ages!

Want to discover and book more new activities in LA? Check out all upcoming activities across the Los Angeles area for even more ways to have fun! 

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