Let's Move! WLA projects making GOOD on the First Lady's challenge: Volunteer 3-5 hrs to promote UPgrades to daily patterns of fitness - nutrition - wellness. Our 1st Sunday Farmers Market Wellness Fairs brings 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. We contribute to a relaxed, neighborly atmosphere to 'enhance the shoppers experience'. For FREE we offer 'Fitness Breaks' with DEMO's, Personal health&nutrition advice and Althea led a dynamic Dance/Fitness clinic. See events/calendar for details & join us...
Children's Institute Inc. 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...
Donation - based classes are available almost everyday at this friendly, convenient location: Heal One World was formed to help connect people in need particularly children and adults with chro…0 Comments 0 Likes
Class 7 - 8PM only learn this & other smooth - sassy Caribbean moves: Punta Rock of Belize Busy on weekends? Visit Playa Vista Wednesday Evening Farmers Market! This modern 'neighborhood vibe' Ce…0 Comments 0 Likes
FREE 6-wk program with the Ferrigno Family every Saturday 9 a.m.-10 a.m. July 12-Aug. 16 . Hey There Muscles was designed by the Ferrigno family and their team of dietitians and workout gurus to…0 Comments 0 Likes
FREE event welcomes ALL ages: Begin in Grand Park with dance mini-classes on the Performance Lawn. Then splash in a fountain dance party. Shimmy across the street to THE MUSIC CENTER for salsa, h…0 Comments 0 Likes
Featuring Kids Yoga Class 11AM - 12noon Our August 3rd first Sunday Wellness Fair features award-winning ABC Yoga For Kids Founder, Teresa Anne Power. She has taught yoga to young children, in many…0 Comments 1 Like
August 3, 2014 from 10:30am to 11:30am – S Monica Canyon Ocean Front (across from Patrick's Roadhouse)
Cost: Bring $10 cash and paid direct to your coach Ever wanted to play volleyball but the ball never goes where you want it to go? Come and learn how to play volleyball at Santa Monica Beach. We wil…0 Comments 0 Likes
note: Meet at first lot on the left after entering the Hahn park--Sign says "Olympic Forest". Park immediately after turning left at the sign. Take 2 hours --we get a 360 degree view from Downtown L…0 Comments 0 Likes
Meet new Coordination Team volunteers Anne & Lise Skovbo pictured with Ron Kato, MOA Director. They'll handle events + volunteer placement duites on UPcoming projects. This Semi - annual plann…0 Comments 0 Likes
NOTE: Let's Move! Fitness Team will open the day's activity (Sun. August 17th) with a Fitness Break - Warm-UP Session + DEMO's. The 82nd Annual Great Sand Sculpture Contest brings together families,…0 Comments 0 Likes
Hi - Join me in Relay for Life a 12-hour event on Saturday August 16 at Mar Vista Park. The event raises funds + awareness for cancer victims, survivors, their families & friends. During…0 Comments 0 Likes
CLICK for complete photo-journal - A class project for cal State Long Beach undergrads in Event Planning & Management. The project welcomed elementary to high school kids for a Let's Move! challenge that offered proficiencies in 10 areas of fitness - nutrition - wellness. Plus a well-organized campus experience coordinated by student leader, Jo-Marie Lawrence assisted by Chancellor's Office Rep, Kirran Moss. Mucho credit goes to LM! WLA's, LaTasha Lyons for helping shape this FUN-filled day:
CLICK for complete photo-coverage - The 2014 UCLA/BPHO Youth Health Fest was the 2nd annual Health Promotion event organized by a highly-creative student group, Black Pre-Health Organization. Let's Move! Hollywood & Let's Move! WLA Olympian, Althea Moses got things 'off the hook' with a fitness workout that turned into a filmed 'Harlem Shake' session. Children (ages K-8th) were awestruck by the spectacular UCLA campus setting. Lunch was provided by Chik-Fil-A. Great leadership by Danielle Andrews & the BPHO members with support from UCLA's FITTED program and student campus groups!
This 6th annual major class project by students in member Coach Kerri Eich's School of Health & Environmental Sciences at Uni High (LAUSD's "school in a school program"), was a collaborative success involving 400 - 500 guests, 20 - 25 business + healthcare + gardening + govt. exhibits/resources & Let's Move! Team. One highlight was member June Caldwell's 'Thrill The World LA' dance-fitness that had everyone on-their-feet! Let's Move! on 7th annual event with a review: 2014 Uni Health Fair Resource Directory
Dr. Bellachhheb Chabani, PhD has led crop productivity projects in dry North Africa & the Middle East. The United Nations, World Bank, The Arid Institute of Tunisia are among his research partners. Following a presentation on his latest invention for drought mitigation (The Buried Diffuser), at the Global Forum on Innovations in Agriculture (Abu Dhabi, UAE), Chabani found time to visit with students at local University High School for a DEMO/discussion in their campus garden - Food Forest:
Partner Heal One World (HOW), led our Training for Teachers at the National Adapted PE Conference. LM! Team included, John King, Prod/Host 'Fitness For Every Life' (KVMD Ch23); Byron & Melissa Culp Family and Heal One World Trainers De Jur Jones (Chair Yoga) and Skye Kelly (Tai Chi).
Conf Manager/LM! WLA Teamer, Beverly Vigil asked us to lead a cultural fitness session.John did warm-UPs and Skye & De Jur led culturally-inspired sessions. FUN supporting National Adapted PE Teachers!
The Del Rey Neighborhood Council produced a Family Wellness Day event. Our Team included Culver-Palms Family YMCA + Westside Family Health Center & others. The neighborhood council volunteers combat apathy by problem-solving with city officials and staff to improve quality of life. Learn more at Empower LA as everyone wants Healthier LA neighborhoods...