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Tahoe Truckee Health & Wellness announcements

Truckee ThursdaysTruckee Thursdays continues this week with an upbeat theme: Get Active. Get Involved. You can make a difference! with the Mountain Area Preservation. Visit their booth in front of the Depot to learn more about protecting Truckee’s open spaces. Spirit Gallery is hosting fourth grade violinist Robbie Radzville. For Goodness Sake presents Sedona guitarist Chris Spheeris and this week’s band is Ridin’ High with Pete Charles. For children, there is pinwheel building and a bounce house at the KidZone or learn to rock climb at the Sports Exchange on West River Street. At Brickelltown enjoy Tahoe Open Mic. Festivities at 5 p.m. with the Farmers Market opening at 4 p.m. The fun goes until 9 p.m. and includes a beer garden, local art, green bikes and much more. There are more than 30 participating shops and restaurants. Free parking starts at 4 p.m.Sierra Hot Springs health classesIntroduction to Hypnotherapy: 7 to 10 p.m., Sierra Hot Springs, 521 Campbell Hot Springs Road, Sierraville, http://www.sierrahotsprings.org. Fred C. Leidecker, nationally acclaimed expert in spiritual hypnotherapy, visits Sierra Hot Springs to discuss and demonstrate hypnotherapy. Introduction to Yoga of Recovery Monday, July 27, from 7 to 9 p.m. Look at the roots of addictions and repetitive poor habits and see how Ayurveda and Yoga help overcome them, offering a path from self-destruction to one of self-care and self-realization. Suggested donation $15. Ayurveda workshops at Sierra Hot Springs, a four-week series, $40 prepaid before Aug. 17, check payable to Ayurveda-Wellness Within. Mail to Cathy O’Neill, P.O. Box 743, Loyalton, CA 96118. Visit http://www.sierrahotsprings.org or phone (530) 994-3773.Seniors Take a Hike seriesThe 2009 series of hikes for 55+ continues with the Mount Rose Frog Pond hike from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday July 27. Bring along a lunch, camera, sunscreen and water. This is a five mile round-trip moderate hike and you can sign up by call the Recreation Center at (775) 832-1300.Truckee Community Blood DrivePlease share your good health by joining the Truckee Community Blood Drive, July 30 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Veteran’s Hall, 10214 High St. in Truckee. The hour you spend will make a difference to patients in our community. Sponsored by the Truckee Rotary and Tahoe Forest Hospital. For information, contact Wes Beyer at 587-0902.New Moon to open fresh juice barLooking for a little sunshine in a glass? Keep your eyes peeled for New Moon Natural Foods soon-to-be Juice Bar, serving freshly-squeezed concoctions to order. “You can dream up your own crazy custom juices,” said Sasha Galitzki, manager at the Truckee New Moon, 11357 Donner Pass Road. Put in beets, celery, tomatoes, carrots, oranges, you name it for fresh, 100 percent organic juice to strike your fancy.These juices will be fresh, chock full of nutrients, enzymes and vitamins. Each serving is made to order, with no additives, no water and fresh that moment – no pasteurized product here.Call for opening schedule at 587-7426.Tahoe Yoga Institute stretching dollarsTahoe Yoga Institute, Tahoe City’s new yoga studio in the Cobblestone Mall is offering highly discounted monthly and summer memberships to new students starting at $49.The monthly membership will be automatically deducted from a credit card and students can cancel at any time.”We don’t want to lock students into lengthy memberships,” says Madona Casini, owner and Pilates instructor at Tahoe Yoga Institute. “As locals, we understand how students’ routines are often impacted by our seasonal economy. As a community partner, we want students to be able to practice both affordabley and safely under experienced instruction.”Tahoe Yoga Institute is also offering a summer unlimited membership which runs through Labor Day, expiring Sept. 7.Tahoe Yoga Institute offers expert yoga instruction for all levels including Iyengar, Kripalu, Ashtanga, Anusara inspired as well as Pilates, meditation, Tai Chi and Chi Gong. Contact Madona Casini at madona@casini.us or visit http://www.tahoeyogainstitute.com. Partnered Yoga availableA new style of yoga will be offered by Angelina Calafiore and Tony Graeber at the Incline Village Recreation Center. Partnered Yoga is fast becoming a popular style of yoga. This new program kicks off with a free class from 6 to 7:15 p.m. Friday, July 31, at the Recreation Center and is then followed by a four week session that begins on Friday, Aug. 7. For information call (775) 832-1310 or visit inclinerecreation.com.

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