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Saturday, April 20, 2013

Let's Move & More

Regular free/ donation yoga classes every Sat this month at

4/20 Health and Fitness fair at UCLA

The Pacific Islander community in California are highly susceptible and more likely to be obese or diagnosed with diseases related to obesity such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and various heart problems. The health fair has welcomed role models such as Hines Ward, Troy Polamalu, and Jillian Michaels to contribute and give workshops to the youth--all in an effort to instill healthy habits and promote a healthier more active lifestyle for the Pacific Islander and Native Hawaiian community. 
This year we will have various musical acts, pacific islander fitness experts, a health fair, exercise workshops such as rugby and hula, as well as a healthy lunch! Come out and support the cause, would love to have some Movers there!

May 5th is World Laughter Day. 

11 am Barnard Way. Ocean Park Beach Park (near the picnic tables), Santa Monica. The goal of Laughter Yoga is to bring good health, joy and world peace through Laughter.  Please spread the word.

May 17th is Food Revolution Day

Host or join an activity in your neighborhood.  Make a stand for good, healthy food.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Spring into Health

Power Up in 10 and Shape of Yoga training

04/18/2013, 10:00 am-12:00 pm

The California Endowment,
1000 N. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Focus on the newly developed supplemental video resources.  Each participant will receive a copy of each resource and a limited-time only classroom set of Power Up in 10 booklets.  Sign up early because the training is only available to the first 30 individuals to register.  If you have any questions, you can email Michael Fox

Register for the training Here

Nutrition Education Grant

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals for contracts with approximately 12 community based organizations, cities, and/or school districts in Los Angeles County to provide nutrition education in low-income communities.  Selected providers will participate in community assessment, program evaluation, and one of three primary categories: peer-to-peer education, youth engagement, or faith-based education. 

Selected providers will receive approximately $325,000 for one year, with the option to extend the term for two additional years at the same funding level, contingent on availability of funds.  Proposers will have the opportunity to submit written questions regarding the RFP; details for submitting questions are included in the RFP document.

Be part of Let's Move - Michelle Obama's initiative to promote healthier kids/ families.