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Lexa Payne holds a yoga pose during a practice led by Malibu Beach Yoga on Aug. 18 at the Reggae on the Mountain music festival. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Elizabeth Grullon, meditation facilitator for The Mindry, leads a meditation session on Aug. 18.
Malibu Beach Yoga instructors (left to right) Rebecca Ottusch, Hannah Grasso, Rachel Doman, Kat O’Pry, Kat McGee and Tulsi Bagnoli pose prior to yoga. Kat McGee led the practice while the other instructors assisted participants with their poses.
Meditation facilitator Elizabeth Grullon, from The Mindry, is pictured.
Kat McGee (with the microphone), of Malibu Beach Yoga, leads practice at Reggae on the Mountain.
The 10th annual Reggae on the Mountain music festival was held at King Gillette Ranch Aug. 17-18.
Reggae-pop performer Hirie performs Aug. 18 prior to headliner Matisyahu.
Matisyahu performs Aug. 18 to close out the Reggae on the Mountain music festival.
State Sen. Henry Stern (left), Malibu City Councilmember Skylar Peak (middle) and Calabasas Mayor David Shapiro were among attendees of the music festival in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Third World plays an opening act on Aug. 18.
A sea of bubbles cascades above the crowd as it listens to performer Third World.
(Left to right) Producer Brooks Ellis, State Sen. Henry Stern, Producer Matt Diamond, Producer Amit Gilad and Calabasas Mayor David Shapiro take the stage. Stern and Shapiro presented certificates to the event organizers in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Reggae on the Mountain event prior to Matisyahu’s performance.
Matisyahu performs at the Reggae on the Mountain music festival.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
3:39 am PDT August 26, 2019
The Mindry, a new meditation studio in Malibu Village, made its first public appearance at Reggae on the Mountain, held Saturday, Aug. 17, and Sunday, Aug. 18.