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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Let's Move @ Farmers Market

Sat 4/9 Celebrate Public Health Week free event @ Culver City Library 11 am - 4 pm

4975 Overland Ave, Culver City

Hope to see you there.

Let's Move West L.A will be at Mar Vista Motor Ave Farmer's market (Corner of Venice & Motor)

1st booth: Sunday MAY 15TH 
2nd booth: Sunday JUNE 19TH 
I'll be there to promote
International Day of Yoga 6/21

3rd  booth: Sunday JULY 19TH 

4- 4th  booth: Sunday AUGUST 21TH
Ingrid Cheng
Certified Yoga Teacher
Health & Wellness Leader

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Celebrate Earth Day

April 22 is Earth Day

Celebrate & get involved to make a difference.


April 20

Nothin’ But Sand Beach Cleanup

Join Heal The Bay in cleaning up the beach next to the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium and as a reward, get free admission to the aquarium. The event will feature games, a photo booth, face painting, craft stations and more. Cleanup is from 10 a.m. till noon

Santa Monica Pier Aquarium
1600 Ocean Front Walk
Beach level, beneath the carousel at the Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica, CA 90401

April 21

Eco-Station Children’s Earth Day 10 am - 4 pm

10101 Jefferson Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

(310) 842-8060

All-day children’s festival. There will be live entertainment, food, games, vendors, and educational activities for children.

Reduce, reuse and recycle. Conserve water & power. Go meatless.

Ingrid Cheng
Certified Yoga Teacher
Health & Wellness Consultant

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Hoopurbia, Yoga & More

I am excited about the week-long hula hooping festival because it's fun and healthy.

I think exercise should be fun. I've signed up for a Hip-Hop dance class and will enjoy it.

I also got tickets to at the end of April.

It's a good time to go hiking and there are many trails near me. The one I like is a full moon hike at Mandeville Canyon. No need to bring flashlights, just enjoy the view of city lights under the silver moon and escape from the crowds.

Ingrid Cheng
Certified Yoga Teacher
Health & Wellness Consultant

Friday, March 11, 2016

3 Ways to Keep Track of Your Health

1. Join

2. Use an old-fashioned calendar - mark down your workouts, schedule a wellness checkup, etc.

3. Be aware of new pain. Are you sore from the workout? That's normal. Did you tweak something? Does that part of your body need care? If it bothers you after you iced it, took aspirin or other OTC pain medication, then you need to see a doctor.

P.S. If you have a previous injury, let your instructor or yoga teacher know before the first class.

Ingrid Cheng
Certified Yoga Teacher
Health & Wellness Consultant