by David Mendez, Easy Reader News

At the Beach Cities Health District’s 2018 Spirit of Wellness awards last Thursday at the Portofino Inn Hotel and Marina, personal trainer Derick Malit told the story of Rick “Razz” Rasnick.

“Whenever I...

by David Mendez, Easy Reader News

The Beach Cities, as a whole, continue to be at the top of rankings indexing regional well-being across the country.

Although overall well-being in Manhattan, Hermosa, and Redondo Beach is statistically...

Beach Cities Health District kicked off its summer free fitness series with mindful yoga on the beach on Monday, July 10. BCHD will host mindful yoga on the Manhattan Beach pier every Monday at 6:30 p.m. during the month of July. The fitness series...

by David Mendez, Easy Reader

More than 200 people from across the Beach Cities met south of the Manhattan Beach Pier on Monday for Mindful Yoga, a mix of light yoga and mindful meditation at the end of the day, arranged by the Beach Cities...

KABC TV’s Lori Corbin visited Beach Cities Health District’s Center for Health & Fitness to learn more about how the low-cost community gym is helping older adults – like 96-year-old member Bob Lonsdale – stay physically...

KCAL TV – Channel 9 visited Beach Cities Health District’s Center for Health...

by David Mendez

When Charlene Dipaola was in middle school, she wasn’t able to bike from home to her classes each day.

“No, sadly; I grew up in the Philippines, and my school was an hour away by driving,” Dipaola said. “...

This story is part of an ongoing series featuring Helen Putnam Award entries.

The city of Manhattan Beach made a commitment in 2010 to support the Blue Zones Project — a Beach Cities Health District (BCHD)-led wellbeing and health...

By Kelcie Pegher, The Beach Reporter

The healthy and mighty on Aviation Boulevard have a new place to fill up their water bottles, thanks to the 2015 class of Leadership Redondo.

The...

by David Mendez

Last month, at the Beach Cities Health District’s volunteer gardening day, CEO Susan Burden got back to what she does best: getting her hands dirty.

Clad in a bright blue shirt, sunglasses, calf-length...

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