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107 Chautauqua Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA, 90402
United States


Center Gravity is the premiere physical training program, nutrition coaching, and events planning service for movement arts located in Los Angeles.

Classes, Nutrition, and Leadership training programs for children and adults offered that pull together all practices of tumbling, dance, acrobatics, warrior, obstacle, strength, yoga, physical theater, and stunts that progress the beginner to professional.


Be your own Hero!

Center Gravity is the premiere training facility, nutrition center, and events space for movement arts located on the Westside of Los Angeles.

Nutrition and training programs offered for children and adults that bring together all practices of tumbling, dance, acrobatics, martial arts, strength/obstacle training, aerial arts, yoga, physical theater, and Parkour, that progress the beginner to professional.


Anne-Marie Talmadge


These cookies are amazing!!! I love them with 2 scoops Herbalife Formula 1 Sport Shake, PB2, and 2 scoops Protein Drink Mix for a thick sweet shake drizzle on top.  Not to mention it adds the needed protein to make these cookies a perfect breakfast!!

Two ingredients cookies. (Yes, you can add other things if you want… but you don’t HAVE to!)


2 large old bananas
1 cup of  oats (quick or regular! if you use regular, we’d suggest chopping them a little so everything holds together better)

Mix those two together. Old bananas are amazing for this, but you can use fresh ones too. I buy a bunch of bananas, let them get old on my counter, and then stick ’em all in the freezer.

Then add in what sounds yummy to you! (or nothing!) We love:
-a handful of chocolate chips
-crushed walnut pieces

Since all bananas are different sizes, the needed measurements can vary. If it seems too runny and the cookies would flatten out too much, add in more oatmeal. And make sure to not add in TOO many mix-ins as the cookies won’t hold together very well. The ones in these photos have a handful of chocolate chips, a teaspoon or two or cinnamon, and 1/4ish a cup of crushed walnuts.

We made 16 cookies with those measurements. We cook them at 350 degrees for 15 minutes on a GREASED cookie sheet. Don’t forget the greased part…. I did once and had to scrub my pan forever.