Tahoe Truckee Health & Wellness announcements
June 30, 2009
Based on the book “Love is Letting Go of Fear” by Dr. Gerald Jampolsky M.D., this class teaches love and forgiveness using ideas from “A Course in Miracles.” Learn how to heal the relationship we have with ourselves to experience deep inner peace and develop positive relationships with others. Drop in any Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. for a lively and inspiring discussion applying the twelve Principles of Attitudinal Healing to the challenges that arise in life. For Goodness Sake, 10157 Donner Pass Road, Downtown Truckee, 550-8981.
Living Green at Tahoe will be held Thursday, July 2, from 3 to 6 p.m. during the Red, White & Tahoe Blue festivities at the Village Green. Sponsored by the Parasol Environment Team, this free event runs concurrent with the Ice Cream Social. Enjoy family-friendly entertainment with live music by the award-winning Banana Slug String Band, singing earth-loving songs about understanding and caring for our precious watershed.Local organizations will offer information on Best Management Practices, Defensible Space, Low Impact Recreation, Bear Awareness and more. Take away information on how to live more sustainably, safely and efficiently with our environment. Tour the Sierra Nevada College Demonstration Garden and see environmentally-friendly landscaping options including the new butterfly garden at 5 p.m. Also visit the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center. For more information contact Tia Rancourt at (775) 831-0351, ext. 8106.
Looking for a little sunshine in a glass? Keep your eyes peeled for New Moon Natural Foods soon-to-be Juice Bar, serving freshly-squeezed concoctions to order. “You can dream up your own crazy custom juices,” said Sasha Galitzki, manager at the Truckee New Moon, 11357 Donner Pass Road. Put in beets, celery, tomatoes, carrots, oranges, you name it for fresh, 100 percent organic juice to strike your fancy.The big shiny Ruby 2000 juicer and accommodating New Moon staff will pump it out for you personally. These juices will be fresh, chock full of nutrients, enzymes and vitamins. Each serving is made to order, with no additives, no water and fresh that moment – no pasteurized product here.There will be a selection of six to seven blends, selected to appeal to the community. “We have a broad spectrum, from drinks for kids to construction workers,” said Galitzki.
Tahoe Yoga Institute, Tahoe City’s new yoga studio in the Cobblestone Mall is offering highly discounted monthly and summer memberships to new students starting at $49.The monthly membership will be automatically deducted from a credit card and students can cancel at any time.”We don’t want to lock students into lengthy memberships,” says Madona Casini, owner and Pilates instructor at Tahoe Yoga Institute. “As locals, we understand how students’ routines are often impacted by our seasonal economy. As a community partner, we want students to be able to practice both affordably and safely under experienced instruction.”Tahoe Yoga Institute is also offering a summer unlimited membership which runs through Labor Day, expiring Sept. 7.Tahoe Yoga Institute offers expert yoga instruction for all levels including Iyengar, Kripalu, Ashtanga, Anusara inspired as well as Pilates, meditation, Tai Chi and Chi Gong. For more information contact Madona Casini at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.tahoeyogainstitute.com.
Moody’s Bistro and Lounge is again hosting the “Dinners in the Barn” summer series at Sierra Valley Farms near Sierraville. Mark Estee, Executive Chef and Co-owner of Moody’s Bistro & Lounge and Chef de Cuisine Guy Frenette will prepare a gourmet feast using produce so fresh it was growing in the field hours before and serve the four-course meal in an historic 1936 barn. Prior to the event, guests can participate in a tour of the farm to observe first hand where their meal is coming from and hear the stories behind each of the outbuildings, many of which were kept intact but renovated to retain the charm of the farm. The dinners will be held to five evenings throughout the summer: July 11 and 12, and Aug. 22 and 23.
It just makes sense adding more nutrition from fruits and vegetables to every day diets will have a positive impact on health. Unfortunately, most people don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables. Those we do eat tend to be picked early, over processed, or overcooked and lack much of the nutrition provided by a variety of different fruits and vegetables.Many people find eating fruits and vegetables too inconvenient and too expensive and most fail to get the recommended 9 to 13 servings every day.Juice Plus+ provides whole food nutrition from 17 different fruits, vegetables and grains in a convenient capsule, chewable or gummie form. Clinical studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals have demonstrated that Juice Plus+ delivers key phytonutrients, reduces oxidative stress, helps support a healthy immune system and impacts several key indicators of cardiovascular wellness.There is also a Juice Plus+ Children’s Health Study (JPCHS), designed to determine what effect adding Juice Plus+ to the family diet can have. Those children eligible for the JPCHS can receive Juice Plus+ free when an adult enrolls as a Juice Plus+ Preferred Customer. Contact Patti Curtis at (866) 303-1254 or visit http://www.pattijuiceplus.com.
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