Thursday, July 23 at 11:30AM at CPC; Chair/Mat yoga
Saturday, July 25 at 9:30AM at CPC
Sunday, July 26 at 5PM at CPC
Optional Meditation during the Second Week of Each Month
This month, we donated $50.00 to Our House; thank you.
Do yourself a favor and spend about 10 minutes after yoga to meditate; it's the best time since your mind is clear and calm.
Your donation benefits Our House which provides care and education to homeless children and helps their parents to get to their feet.
Please remember to put your donation in the basket in lieu of extra fee.
Lunch and Dinner Club Dates
A group of us had a very fun time at Rumi's. Food was fantastic and the visit as usual was fun.
Please send me your suggestions for lunch and dinner spots and dates.
Please see July and August calendars attached
If you haven't filled out the registration form for our new location, I have attached the registration forms for you.
Please note that registration form for Th. class is different from the registration form for the other days.
I have also attached the directions to the room at our new location.
Spice of the Month; Marigold (Calendula Officinalis)
Yes, the beautiful flowers offer medicinal benefits too:
-Marigold lotion heals painful lesions caused by dry eczema.
-For inflammation, dip a compress cloth into a strong marigold tea combined with equal parts of apple cider vinegar. Apply it to the inflamed area and renew it when hot.
-Use marigold petals steeped in vinegar for knee sprains. Alternatively, you may make a lotion with milk. Simmer a dozen head or so of marigolds in 2 cups of milk, steep, strain and apply.
-Use marigold lotion to heal wounds. Alternatively, add a few drops of tincture of marigold to a cup or more of boiled water in treating cuts, bruises and even open wounds. Keep the dressing wet.
- Add marigold petals to salads or soups for strengthening and comfort of heart.
- Mix juice of marigold petals with vinegar and rub on gums and teeth to alleviate toothache. Rub the same mixture to forehead to release headaches.
-Marigolds are execellent "companion Plants". Plant them in different parts of garden to discourage many insect pests.
Food for Thought
"Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time; what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better." Sydney J. Harris