CLICK PICTS - REGISTRATION - The UCLA/BPHO Youth Health Fest is organized by the highly-creative student group, Black Pre-Health Organization. Let's Move! Hollywood & Let's Move! WLA get things 'off the hook' with fitness training. Then a variety of health-option workshops for kids K-12th grade in an inspiring UCLA campus setting. Lunch, snacks & plenty of water are provided. Great leadership by the BPHO Directors Board (pictured above) with support from UCLA's FITTED program, UCLA faculty/staff and campus groups!
Click for multiple-class schedule: Class Schedule TAB Heal One World was formed in 2009 to help connect people in need, particularly children or adults with chronic illnesses with preventative heal…0 Comments 0 Likes
AWESOME & close by! Group of powerful, fun and inspiring people simply just enjoying nature while walking, hiking, etc to be healthy, lose weight, gain lean muscle mass and have FUN! All fitness…0 Comments 0 Likes
Weekly Tuesday planning meetings: Students in healthcare - related fields are planning their 3rd annual event in May. let's Move! or community youth group leaders are welcome to participate. The Y…
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Ready to enjoy a delicious & healthy meal while supporting Heal One World? Well here's your chance on Sunday, May 3rd, 2015. Heal One World has partnered with Veggie Grill for this really cool fu…
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Registration fees: Adult 5K Walk (non-timed): $35.00Registration for ages 11+ (Registration is $45 after May 12) Adult 5K Run (chip-timed): $35.00Registration for ages 11+ (Registration is $45 afte…0 Comments 0 Likes
Why We Ride It’s easy to think that HIV/AIDS is no longer a problem. Medications have come a long way, and people are living longer, healthier lives. This is why the work of the San Francisco AIDS F…0 Comments 0 Likes
Note:CLICK for online registration at $350.00 per child Garden School Foundations' City Seedling Summer Camp uses our Seed-to-Table philosophies to encourage play, exploration and learning in our 2…0 Comments 0 Likes
Opening day was in 2010, for popular Japan-based Mokichi Okada Association Center USA (MOA Wellness). It is the only Westside program that includes farm fresh fruits/vegetables grown naturally on their own Fresno farm as part of their services.
This special center involves Art & Art Appreciation sessions - centuries-old Energy Healing Therapy as the central core of the global organization's work. Thanks to Olympian, Althea Moses (pictured below with Let's Move! WLA Co-Founder Ingrid Cheng) for leading a packed room of celebrants in a REfreshing Fitness Break. Happy 5th Anniversary MOA Wellness & Thanks for supporting Let's Move West LA!!!
This is a sustaining faith-based project that is actively growing. Sunday morning at Heavenly Vision Church, what better time to connect with families & promote the growing array of options to UPgrade patterns of fitness - nutrition - wellness. Lead Team SuperMOM, FunFIT CA Trainer, Banking Administrator, LaTasha Lyons, Husband Mike & their 3 kids put together a welcoming & dancing wellness experience. Excellent support from Lead Teamers Skye Kelly, Heal One World & The Olympian, Althea Moses: CLICK for picts link
CLICK for pict coverage: Lead Team Member, LaTasha Lyons, FUNfit CA leads a Let's Move! collaborative effort at 1st 'Celebrate Our Neighborhood' event to support efforts by Olympic Park Neighborhood Council - Health Committee Chair, Skye Kelly, Executive Director at LM! partner Heal One World. The event was a HomeRun community wellness experience for 100's of Family members...
CLICK for picts. The premiere of 'The UNI Project' epitomizes what First Lady Michelle Obama believes every community can achieve to UPgrade patterns of fitness - nutrition - wellness. When different types of groups work in creative collaboration with inspired school staff (Coach Kerri Eich-Reiners, Principal Eric Davidson) an entire school - their families - community residents, all experience the exhilaration of positive change! NutriBullet LLC are to be commended for putting their money where their mouth is. This lesson is replicable ANYWHERE there is inclination for collaborative success. See YouTube Trailer.
CLICK for video (2.25 min.) With coordination by Michele Fonke, Anne & Lise Skovbo, Jayne Pan it was our active-nutritious celebration for Natl Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The gathering at Culver Palms United Methodist Church welcomed energetic Bibimbap Backpackers from Seoul, Korea. The highlight was a healthy meal of Korean bibimbap (bee-bem-bap). Our Lead Team included (click for RESOURCE GUIDE)The Olympian, Althea Moses - Actor/D-Force Trainer, Rufus Dorsey - Enrich LA Prog. Mgr, Jasmine Lim - Teaching Wellness', Jeanne Kuntz for another Great Let's Move! WLA wellness experience. Mucho Thanks to Epiphany Fitness', Omari Barnard, sponsors New York Life's Ebrahim Rad; Heal One World and Connections For Children...
CLICK for photos. Our Farmers Market Wellness Fairs brought together MOA Wellness Center+Westside Family YMCA at the Palms neighborhood Motor Ave Farmers Market. Our Team has included D-FORCE for Life's Rufus Dorsey, Heal One World's Vivacious Yoga Teacher, De Jur Jones and Olympic Gold Medalist, Althea Moses, ABC Yoga For Kids Teresa Anne Power. With fitness breaks & personal coaching to 'enhance the shoppers experience'. We'll start planning the 2015 schedule soon...
CLICK for photos. The Children's Institute Incorporated operates 25 Head Start Centers in LA's poorest neighborhoods. At this community-wide event, Lead Team/SUPER Mom LaTasha Lyons with D-FORCE Trainer, Rufus Dorsey and Heal One World CEO/Tai Chi Instructor, Skye Kelly produced wide smiles among children, parents, staff and community members in an exhilarating workout session that left everyone wanting more & more. A return to Head Start is in the plans...
CLICK for CSU Let's Move! Clinic picts - Project #1: A class project for CSU-LB undergrads in Recreation Admin. The students set up a Let's Move! challenge in 10 areas of fitness - nutrition - wellness. They welcomed 100+ youth K-12 for an active experience on campus. Project#2: Invited to join the 93rd Annual Sandcastle Contest with 10,000+ beach spectators. Great to see so many who cheered our huge 'Let's Move! logo'. Click for Sand Castle picts & Thanks to Lead Teamer, LaTasha Lyons for these Super Summer Experiences...