In 1996, the agency introduced its first tennis program to support children’s fitness that followed with nutrition education classes. Tennis tournaments continue to be part of our organization. Within a few years, a guided imagery program was added to support our adult clients on their wellness journey. This concept of fitness, health and wellness became the foundation of our organization, hence encouraging our consumers of all ages to embrace healthy living practices for optimum health.
During the pandemic, the yestowellbeing.org online health and wellness platform was formed. It is a membership program giving the consumer access to the Wellness Collective, its services and practitioners. With that, a YES Library was added to support one’s personal wellness goals.
The YES Library offers a variety of health and self-improvement tools to help our clients to stay motivated in building their goals. CDs, MP4s great streaming platforms, or recommended blogs and books can be found in the YES Library. Our dedicated and highly qualified practitioners contribute valuable health, fitness and wellness tips to support wellbeing. If you are a member practitioner and are interested in publishing your wellness articles, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wellness Collective, Speakers and Coaches
|Luz Moonlight Celaya, Counselor
Marianne Zaugg, Life Coach
Sada Simran, Creative Therapist
Anjna Bhagvangee, Acupuncturist
Connie Link, Counselor
|Mikaila Henderson, Hypnotherapist
Mary Kusko, Music Therapist
Kate Hamilton, Movement Coach
Michiko Lynch, Registered Dietician
Being active and moving your body daily can have lasting health benefits. Hence, two tennis tournaments per year are hosted at the CSUN Northridge and serve as fundraisers for the YES Foundation:
- The Annual Jack Kramer Junior Tournament is hosted in July.
- The YES Foundation Winter Junior Open is hosted in January.
Please refer to the USTA Southern California Tennis Association calendar for the scheduled dates. Or, for more information click this link http://www.scta.usta.com, or call James Cioffi, Northridge Tennis Patrons, at (818) 677-2058. Thank you!