Paseo Palooza is the number one event of the year at the Paseo Club. It is Santa Clarita Valley’s opportunity to meet staff and instructors, participate in classes, and enjoy several social activities — all for free.
The Paseo Club is a social club with a focus on fitness, health, and community. We offer over 60 fitness classes each week, with courts for tennis and pickleball, and a junior Olympic pool. There is also childcare, a cafe, and a spa onsite.
You may wonder who can attend Paseo Palooza and what events will be at the club. In this article, we will share everything you need to know to have fun at the Paseo Palooza.
What is Paseo Palooza?
The Paseo Palooza is the annual open house weekend at the Paseo Club.
It’s the chance for the community to come inside and see all that the Paseo Club has to offer. With a weekend filled with special events and pop-up options, families can check out the club and get a sense of what being a member could be like.
What is the purpose of Paseo Palooza?
The Paseo Club hosts the Palooza each year to invite those who have never been inside the club to check it out. When you see the “Private Club” sign on the outside gate, it can feel… well, private.
Attending the Paseo Palooza is a casual, low-stress way to learn about the club and its facilities. Everyone is welcomed to the party for the entire weekend, making it easy to get some friends together and visit the club.
When is Paseo Palooza?
Paseo Palooza is from February 3rd-5th.
Friday afternoon starts the weekend with pop-up classes and DJ cycle, followed by specials in the Clubhouse and drop-in fun on the pickleball courts and the porch.
Saturday is the annual Meet the Pros event on the tennis courts, followed by more open drop-ins for pickleball. There are tons of small group training classes, Krav Maga training, Pilates, and more to showcase everything fitness related.
Sunday begins at 8 am with open pickleball, a challenge court for tennis, and a series of fitness classes, including Pilates reformer and blood flow restriction.
Who is invited to Paseo Palooza?
Do you need to pay to attend?
No payment is required — this weekend is Paseo Club’s open invitation to the Santa Clarita Valley community.
Top 8 ways to have fun at Paseo Palooza
Each day there are several opportunities to join a class, listen to music, sample tasty fare, or have the kids play. Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to.
Meet the Pros
Meet the Pros is the opportunity to play twenty minutes of tennis with nine instructors. Learn new skills, meet new instructors, and have fun with other tennis players.
Pop-up Pilates Classes
Pilates is one of the most popular and effective systems for toning your core, strengthening your posture, and developing overall mobility. It is great for people of all abilities, including those recovering from injuries.
Free Blood Flow Restriction Training
Blood Flow Restriction is the newest cutting-edge method of getting fit and seeing results quickly. Bands are placed on the extremities during lightweight exercises, which trigger the body to grow muscle. This a class available to people of all abilities. No heavy lifting is required.
Pop-Up Dance Class
Dance may be one of the most fun ways to get fit. With upbeat tunes and a knowledgeable instructor, you can get a full-body workout that burns as many calories as jogging (or more).
Kids Club Events
We did not forget the younger crew of the SCV in planning the Paseo Palooza. Kids Club, the Paseo Club’s child care program, will offer face painting on Friday, karaoke for kids on Saturday, and temporary tattoos on Sunday.
Krav Maga Training Seminar
Krav Maga is the official self-defense and fighting system used by the Israel Defense Forces, Israeli Police, militaries worldwide, anti-terrorism units, and numerous law enforcement agencies.
Krav Maga emphasizes easy-to-learn techniques that have been battle-tested in real-life confrontations. Krav Maga incorporates specialized training methods used to challenge students physically and mentally.
This type of training also strengthens the spirit and develops the ability to deal with violent confrontations under stress. "Get in the best of shape and go home safe!"This seminar is a preview of the new class coming to Paseo!
Kids Martial Arts Demo by Victory Martial Arts
Help your kid break away from the allure of smartphones and TV screens.
Victory Martial Arts offers classes to children ages 4-11 that engage them in an enjoyable way, so they get excited about learning and discipline.
Their non-traditional approach to martial arts helps kids to move, laugh, strive, and achieve while having the time of their lives.
Benefits include increased confidence, improved focus, stronger friendships, better fitness, and a more positive self-image. Victory Martial arts helps children transform from a “No, I can’t” to “Yes, I can!” philosophy.
Improve your child's ability to follow instructions, overcome shyness, and improve motor skills, while having fun!
Porch Mobility Class for Court Players
This class focuses on movements that enhance rotation for the shoulders, spine, and hips. It increases mobility and flexibility and decreases the potential for injury on the pickleball or tennis court.
Final steps for getting ready for Paseo Palooza
Paseo Palooza is the Paseo Club’s annual open house for the Santa Clarita Valley. Everyone is invited to attend any and all parts of the weekend’s festivities at no cost.
Paseo Palooza is an opportunity to meet members and staff, try new fitness classes, train with the pros, play pickleball, eat delicious food, and enjoy live entertainment.
Now that you have read this article, you know when Paseo Palooza is, who is invited, and many of the activities that you can participate in.
We hope to see you there so that you can experience the “home away from home” that so many of our members enjoy.
The Paseo Club has been supporting residents of the Santa Clarita Valley in their fitness goals for almost twenty years. There are programs for youth, teens, and adults. Members range in age from babies to seniors in their eighties, and everyone in between.
Jen Azevedo is a person of many talents. She is a tennis professional, pickleball professional, personal trainer, group exercise instructor, and the general manager of the Paseo Club. She loves the community at the Paseo Club and that it is also a safe and fun place for her daughter. Jen’s favorite activities are joining her tribe for trail races or her partners for tennis matches. Occasionally Jen slows down to relax with a book — she reads over 100 a year!