Yakima Biggest Loser Lunch

Ali the 1st female biggest loser will speak about living big and keeping a healthy lifestyle. Ali is an advocate for defeating childhood obesity and through her journey she can teach others her experience of how healthy eating and physical activity has changed her life.

Tickets are for sale at the Yakima Athletic Club and YAC Fitness. The ticket price is $50.00 and includes lunch provided by Gasperetti’s made with Pink Lady apples.

Proceeds from the event will go to the Memorial Foundation benefiting the children’s fund supporting greatest need for children and Children’s Village.

The event will take place at the 4th Street Theatre. Only 300 tickets are being sold so don’t miss out!

Listen for you and your child to win a workout with Ali the night before at the Yakima Athletic Club on KIT and other local radio stations. For more information contact Kate Sansom at 509-225-3179 or Town Square Media. https://www.facebook.com/MemorialEducation?ref=hl#!/events/398392006877111/

“what a fantastic experience I had with all of the prenatal classes offered through Memorial.”

I am just wanting to drop a quick note and let you know what a fantastic experience I had with all of the prenatal classes offered through Memorial. I took just about everything that was offered, including prenatal yoga for the last 6 or 7 months of the pregnancy, the breastfeeding class, baby basic, the childbirth classes on Thursday nights and the infant cpr/first aid course.

All of the classes were so beneficial and I learned many valuable ideas and skills. As a teacher at Davis High School who works with many teen parents, I will be communicating with my students the tremendous benefits of the classes and knowledge shared in the classes to help them through the process. 🙂

My mom and my birth coach, as well as myself were very pleased with the services at Memorial.

Most of all, I have to tell you that my labor and delivery were TREMENDOUSLY positively impacted, more than anything else, by the prenatal yoga classes. This was my first baby, and I am 37 years old, and I was able to have her with almost no drugs. I was able to breathe my way through the contractions and all of those months of positively imagining one contraction passing and the next coming, like waves, helped me do so well. I was amazed! The breathing, concentration, meditation, body awareness and stretching were PRICELESS to me through the process.

My mom and my birth coach, as well as myself were very pleased with the services at Memorial.