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Pilates Instructor John Kerwin - From Show Biz To Body Biz

By Anne Batty, Dec 23, 2016, Categories: People, Health

Former Actor/News Anchor is dedicated to sharing his lifelong passion for fitness with SC Seniors.

So, You Wanna Fly?

By Tyler Kindred, Sep 14, 2016, Categories: Community, Health

Hydro-Flight in the Harbor

The Stem Cell Revolution

By Don Kindred, Aug 25, 2016, Categories: People, Health

New Procedure Helps the Body to Heal Itself.

Choosing Mantra Over Resolution

By Don Kindred, Mar 03, 2016, Categories: Health

Mantra is a word or phrase that expresses one’s basic beliefs and is used as a constructive, positive-reinforcement tool that may be audible, visible, or present in thought.

Tuning up the Fight Against Prostate Cancer

By Don Kindred, Mar 01, 2016, Categories: Today, Health

Almost 80% of men currently diagnosed with prostate cancer undergo a biopsy due to a suspicious serum prostate specific antigen (PSA).

barre3 San Clemente - Combining Fitness, Business and Friendship

By Anne Batty, Mar 01, 2016, Categories: Community, Today, Health

Local fitness enthusiasts, Nicki Insley and Jessica Leonard, were just business partners when they opened their first barre3 workout studio in Laguna Niguel in 2013.

Edens Garden - Essentials for the Good Life

By Maggie Zeibak, Feb 26, 2016, Categories: Today, People, Health

Keeping an open mind about the use of essential oils in our everyday life is made easy by a local company, Edens Garden, owned by long-time San Clemente resident, Grace Martin.

This Community is All In! Connecting to Battle Drugs.

By Don Kindred, Sep 29, 2015, Categories: Community, Health

Local group Community Outreach Alliance battles drug and alcohol abuse.

Healthy Fun in the Sun

By Donia Moore, Jun 04, 2015, Categories: Health

Here in San Clemente, we all look forward to playing on the beach and in the water. It’s fun. It’s relaxing. It’s good for us – or is it?

The Hospital Debate

By Tyler Kindred, Jun 02, 2015, Categories: Community, Today, Health

There is a growing trend in health care. The traditional, inpatient, overnight stay hospital has been gradually replaced by the ambulatory care facility. Perhaps in part due to the increased efficiency of our modern health care system, and in part to growing health care cost.

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  • Ready … Set … Summer!

    06/03/2017
    09:00AM — 11:30AM

    Grab your hat and sense of adventure as we kick off summer on The Reserve! Adventure down the tra...


  • The Village Art Faire

    06/04/2017
    09:00AM — 03:00PM

    Join us on the first Sunday of every month for this favorite event in charming downtown San Cleme...


  • Monday Trail Clearing and Weeding

    06/05/2017
    07:30AM — 09:30AM

    Join Reserve staff for a Monday morning maintaining our trails! Ages: 10 and up Please register...


  • Sunset Moonrise Hike

    06/09/2017
    08:00PM — 10:00PM

    The waning light of the day's sun and the waxing light of the rising moon will light our way as w...


  • Saturday Trail Clearing and Weeding

    06/10/2017
    08:00AM — 11:30AM

    Volunteer to spend a few hours in beautiful surroundings helping make The Reserve trails accessib...


  • Lecture: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    06/13/2017
    07:00PM — 08:30PM

    A quarter of the world's mammals are bats. These much maligned creatures have a bad reputation bu...


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