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Yarrow YMCA Opens 9,000 Square Foot Outdoor Fitness Facility

Yarrow YMCA Opens 9,000 Square Foot Outdoor Fitness Facility

Westlake Village, Calif.–The Yarrow Family YMCA in Westlake Village has opened a nearly 9,000 square foot covered outdoor fitness facility in its back parking lot (31105 East Thousand Oaks Blvd.). The facility opened November 2. The exercise area contains cardio equipment and weights to provide members an opportunity to workout in a COVID-compliant setting until […]

Data Doesn’t Support Cloth Masks Reduce COVID-19 Risks: Nurse

Data Doesn’t Support Cloth Masks Reduce COVID-19 Risks: Nurse

BY MEILING LEE A pediatric nurse said she was compelled to research the science on the risks and benefits of cloth masks after learning that her granddaughter’s preschool would require every child over the age of 2 to wear a mask. Patricia Neuenschwander, a registered nurse with over 25 years of experience, said she understands that the preschool had the […]

Winter Yoga: A Healthy Way of Staying Fit During the Cold Season!

Winter Yoga: A Healthy Way of Staying Fit During the Cold Season!

By Elizabeth Barletta Wondering how to stay warm, healthy, and fit during winter? Don’t be surprised, but winter yoga is the perfect answer that can help you cover all three, and here are the main reasons for which winter is the best time for seasonal yoga to improve your health! Cold Intro It’s that time […]

Free Family Zumba Class At Simi YMCA January 17

Free Family Zumba Class At Simi YMCA January 17

Simi Valley, Calif.—Start off the New Year with a free family Zumba class at the Simi Valley Family YMCA, Friday, January 17. The class is designed for the entire family and is open to the community. The one-hour class, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., will be taught by one of the Y’s certified Zumba […]

Oxnard | Volunteers Needed to Train as Instructors for Senior Exercise Programs

Oxnard | Volunteers Needed to Train as Instructors for Senior Exercise Programs

OXNARD, Calif. – Volunteer leaders are needed for both RSVP Bone Builders and Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance. No experience is necessary to become an instructor for either program, although the first training step is to attend a class and observe. Interested volunteers will need to attend training dates scheduled in October. RSVP is […]

Parkinson Disease | A Weekend of Education, Inspiration, Relaxation, And Care

Parkinson Disease | A Weekend of Education, Inspiration, Relaxation, And Care

The American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) is hosting a very special weekend for people with PD and their care partners, friends, and family members on Saturday, October 28 – Sunday, October 29, at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, CA. The APDA West Coast Parkinson’s Educational Forum  is a two-day comprehensive forum that will provide a unique opportunity […]

Naval Base Ventura County Exercise to impact traffic around Port Hueneme Facility February 3, 2016

Naval Base Ventura County Exercise to impact traffic around Port Hueneme Facility February 3, 2016

Naval Base Ventura County Exercise to impact traffic around Port Hueneme Facility February 3, 2016   – Exercise CITADEL SHIELD / SOLID CURTAIN 2016 (SC-CS16) is an Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection exercise conducted by Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF) and Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) on all Navy installations in the continental United States, […]

Camarillo: Biking, Beer & BBQ

Camarillo: Biking, Beer & BBQ

Harry Reid Whups the Truth

Harry Reid Whups the Truth

  From the Senate floor in 2012, sales Harry Reid, without a shred of evidence, claimed Mitt Romney hadn’t paid his taxes for 10 years. From his bathroom floor on New Years day 2015, Reid claimed some exercise gear beat the crap out him. CNN’s Dana Bash recently asked Reid about his Senate floor claim. He didn’t apologize or back away. He simply answered, […]