LA At A Glance

Get your West Coast glow on with wellness offerings guaranteed to revitalize body and spirit.
The LA Yoga Expo offers a wide range of 50-minute classes for all levels. Photograph: Mauro Paillex

January 4

Los Angeles Yoga Expo

Yogis of all ages and abilities are welcome to enjoy this zen retreat, with unlimited classes taught by acclaimed local and national instructors, clean food, meditation, live music, a sound healing stage and a wellness marketplace. From $35. 300 E. Green St.;

January 4

Uncorked Wine Festival

Slip into your best cocktail dress and sip some flavorful vino. This festival offers more than 200 wines and Champagnes from across the globe, gourmet food trucks and live music. From $65. Union Station, 800 N. Alameda St.;

January 30-February 2

Metabolic Health Summit

The world’s most progressive physicians and researchers unite to enlighten guests on cutting-edge medical research and introduce revolutionary wellness technologies. $449 and up. Renaissance Long Beach Hotel, 111 E. Ocean Blvd.;

February 5-9

The LA Art Show

This comprehensive exhibition sprawls over 200,000 square feet and features exemplary works from the most iconic art movements throughout history. Tickets from $40. 1201 S. Figueroa St., South Hall;

February 7

Soulstrology Sound Bath

Harness the power of February’s lunar eclipse at this serene sound bath meditation. The Reiki-infused practice draws from astrological phenomena to enhance healing energy. $36 and up. Wanderlust Hollywood, 1357 N. Highland Ave.;

February 25-June 7

Michelangelo: Mind of the Master

The Getty Museum offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view Michelangelo’s finest works. Dozens of the artist’s designs, including plans for the Sistine Chapel, will be on display. Free. The J. Paul Getty Museum, 1200 Getty Center Dr.;

March 8

Los Angeles Marathon

This year’s “Stadium to the Sea” course will take more than 26,000 runners on a scenic journey from Dodger Stadium to the Santa Monica Pier. $210 entry fee. Starting line at Dodger Stadium, 1000 Vin Scully Ave.;

March 27-29

Southern California Bach Festival

Selections from the renowned composer will be performed under the stunning architecture of LA’s First Congregational Church. Individual performance tickets from $45; all-inclusive tickets (from $100) include three concerts plus an insightful  lecture by music director Martin Haselböck. 540 S. Commonwealth Ave.