4th Annual Live Well Project to benefit at-risk San Diego youth
The single-day event teaches young women about self-esteem, healthy eating habits, fitness practices and more
The special day will consist of seminars about healthy eating & exercise; yoga and zumba demonstrations;
“The idea for The Live Well Project was born when I realized my love for educating, motivating and getting people moving in the right direction,” said Michelle Weinstein, founder of The Live Well Project. “What better way to make a difference in the young lives of the many young girls on the verge of crisis or homelessness.”
The Live Well Project, emceed by Master of Ceremony Monique Marvez, will run from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and will address the most fundamental, but often overlooked, guidelines on balancing all aspects of being strong, happy and healthy.
Dance performance will be led by Culture Shock and IDK dance studios. Teen Now California and YourBuddhi Yoga will lead the yoga demonstrations. All participants will receive donations from yoga companies, nutrition companies, local fitness facilities, clothing and sporting companies. The Live Well project will also hold a raffle with prizes including workout clothes, gym bags, shoes, purses and much more.
Event sponsors include FITzee Foods, D-Lux Events, Awesamness, San Diego Hall of Champions, iDeal for a Cause, Party City and Jeans for Justice.
To register or for more information, visit http://www.thelivewellproject.org/
For more information about the 4th Annual Live Well Project Day, visit www.thelivewellproject.org.
About The Live Well Project
The Live Well Project was born in 2010 when Michelle Weinstein (owner and CEO of FITzee Foods), Ray Gross (specialized medical consultant) and Meeshie Nguyen (Founder, D-Lux events) met to create an educational and motivational event for at-risk girls in San Diego. The event aims to empower young women to rise above difficult circumstances to live a happy and healthy life through healthy eating seminars, fitness demonstrations, inspirational speakers and goal-setting sessions.
In San Diego, there are nearly 2,000 young adults without a home. Some run away from abusive homes, some have lost their families to illness or violence. These at risk youth need support, education, inspiration, leadership, empowerment and awareness. The founders behind the Live Well Project believe that their expertise and passion for health and fitness can help achieve these goals. Learning to nourish and strengthen young women’s bodies is an important step in taking control of their lives.
For more information, visit www.TheLiveWellProject.org.