San Diego, CA

As things improve in San Diego in regards to the COVID-19 Pandemic we have officially started in-person workouts on Wednesday mornings once again! Sign ups are required each week so check out our social media pages for additional info!

Mondays will be virtual until further notice.

November Project San Diego

Be Happy. Be Strong. Be Bright! This city is bringing the sunshine and chill positive vibes from San Diego to the world. As one of the first locations leading the charge for this global movement since 2013, November Project San Diego offers killer workouts in the endless sunshine, while helping our members connect with more like-minded people and cultivate positive vibes for our members to emit for the rest of their days! Come for the sweat, stay for the hugs. Just. Show. Up.

6:29AM Mondays: We change locations monthly, so be sure to connect with us on social media to get all the important details!

6:29AM Wednesdays: Balboa Park, at the Bea Evenson Fountain.

For positive vibes & location announcements, follow us on Instagram & Facebook.
Visiting? Looking for something fun to do? Want to connect with members you met at a workout? Join the NPSD Social Hour.

24 Replies to “San Diego, CA”

  1. Please add me to your email list. I am interested in joining in for some of your workouts. I won’t be back in town until September but will join then. Thank you!

    1. We don’t have an email list. Please follow us on Facebook and Instagram. But our Wednesday workouts are ALWAYS at Balboa Park!

  2. We just happened to catch an event Saturday at Mission Bay. What do I need to bring and do to join? I’m 68, retired and a cyclist currently.

    1. Hi Ronald – literally just show up. No registration or pre-requisites. Come ready to work! And we don’t run out-and-back routes. We keep it centralized so that you can take the workout at your own pace. Hope to see you soon!

    1. We’re the only group in San Diego, and we tour around different areas of the city. Wednesdays we’re ALWAYS at Balboa Park at 6:29 AM.

  3. I’m not on social media. Is there a way to find out where you’re working out that’s not on social media? I’d welcome email or text

    1. Hi Lucy,

      Unfortunately, there isn’t. That’s our primary method of communicating to the community. But our Wednesday workouts NEVER change. It is always at Balboa Park at 6:29 AM, so you don’t even need social media to come!

      Always just show up ready to work. No registration or prerequisites necessary!

      Hope to see you at one soon!


      1. Hey Candace! Sorry for the lack of follow up. We meet at the Bea Evenson Fountain next to the Natural History Museum and the Reuben Fleet Science Center. 6:29 AM EVERY Wednesday. See you there!

  4. Has anyone considered starting November Project in North County San Diego? I attended NP when it was hosted at Moonlight Beach earlier this year and loved it. Just can’t make it down to central San Diego and get back in time for work otherwise I would be attending regularly! I doubt I’m the only one in this boat.

    1. Hi Rebecca! We’ve gotten this inquiry before. Unfortunately, there are no plans to start one in North County.

      We have a lot of North County attendees, and many people who need to get to work leave a little earlier from the workout before we gather everyone and do announcements (usually around 7:15ish). We have plans to be up in North County more frequently next year, so stay tuned! Hope you can join us again soon!

    1. Yes … Follow along on Instagram @novemberprojectsd.

      We meet every Wednesday at 6:29 a.m. in Balboa Park.

  5. I will be visiting my son in Carlsbad during Xmas. I would love to join you on 12-23 and 12-30 if you came up north close to Carlsbad. Thanks in advance.

  6. Is it only on Wednesday free workout?
    Which days do you offer yoga?
    What’s the price ?
    Where can I find info about your schedule workout and the activities?
    Thank you

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