Rebody x Studio Ginger


It’s hard to miss, truly. Even against the backdrop of the celebrated Southern California palm trees, scenic postcard waves, and iconic, grid-worthy Venice sign, your eyes land here. And if your answer isn’t the bright pink and lush green Rose garden, then we’ll let it slide this time with the excuse of you being: blissfully unaware. (It happens to the best of us captivated by the LA aesthetic.) 


Okay, now, zoom in. That’s where you’ll spot our Rebody Community intuitively moving, channeling their inner strength – as they should – and, might we add, empowering like-minded women. When we’re involved, there’s an understood communication that we are a women-support-other-women community. 


In the words of Rebody: if entrepreneurial women, an umbrella term for women pursuing infinite passions, are the main characters then we, and the other brands we partner with, are the supporting roles. And we do it well, of course.  


That being said, Rebody and Studio Ginger collaboration was curated with a vision to provide a social, fitness platform that reimagines the possibilities of how these spaces directly reflect the community we serve. One that encapsulates this message: women discovering ways to challenge themselves and allowing their individual stories to impact their surroundings. It’s women redefining success, on their own terms. 


And that’s exactly what founder of Bev, Alix Peabody, is paving in her respective industry. Underscoring the statement “break the glass – made my chicks,” she is uniting a community of entrepreneurs, creatives and freelancers empowering women across industries in service of creating a healthier, inclusive drinking culture for both women and men. 


To the delight of yoga enthusiasts and regular one-glass advocates alike, Bev and Studio Ginger are neighbors. So how else did our guests end the event? With a Bev drink in hand – on us!