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Mom’s Morning Out: An event for women, by women

Molly Hucklebridge
Special to the Tribune

Women of all ages are invited to attend the fourth annual Mom’s Morning Out on May 2.

Mom’s Morning Out was started by Barton Health as a health and wellness program for new mothers. The program has grown and last year more than 200 women, not just mothers, participated.

“Barton Health’s goal for the event is to provide women an inspirational day to unite the body and mind.” said Leanne Wagoner, Barton’s Community Relations Manager. “We work closely with local businesses and health professionals who generously offer participants free fitness, pampering, and wellness activities.”



Mom’s Morning Out begins at 8 a.m. with attendees choosing between a yoga class by The Studio Lake Tahoe or Jazzercise with Jodi Stewart.

Other activities, including coffee and brunch from Blue Angel Café, are scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon. At their own pace, women can browse wellness booths from local businesses and sign up for a variety of pampering activities, including massage, mini-facials, and hypnotherapy. Barton Health medical providers will also share informative wellness lectures. Topics include “kegels and more – power your pelvis,” at 9:15 a.m., “intimacy after kids and beyond,” at 10:15 a.m., and “identifying teen (and tween) stress” at 11:15 a.m.



No reservation is required and all activities are free-of-charge. The event takes place at Lake Tahoe Community College in the Commons Area. All attendees must be 12 years old or older to attend.

For more information, visit bartonhealth.org/mom or call 530-543-5537. Mom’s Morning Out is sponsored by Barton Health, Tahoe Daily Tribune, Lake Tahoe Community College, and Barton Women’s Health.


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