MOVE-IVATED SUMMER CHALLENGE
Image Posted on Updated on
ÁmateAhora will be presenting at UNISONO! Rudy Lozano Library! AUGUST 16TH
Unisono listens to the cry for Health and Wellness. VIVA SALUDABLE! Free Yoga, martial arts and dance classes, interactive demonstrations, educational workshops and food will come together to bring about the importance of the six components of HEALTH: physical, spiritual, emotional, social, environmental, and mental along with the 7 dimensions of WELLNESS: social, emotional, spiritual, environmental, occupational, intellectual, and physical. (Library on 18th & BlueIsland 11AM-1PM)
Image Posted on Updated on
Join us! Walk for Peace! ÁmateAhora A Voice For Healthy Living will be there at 5pm to meet and greet. Want to make a difference email me at madrigalconsulting@gmail for details. No later than this Wednesday Noon. Be proud for peace, wear a smile and comfortable shoes. The walk starts at 7:00 p.m. at the New Life Church, 3400 W Division St Chicago, IL 60651 at Homan Ave in Humboldt Park.
Women’s Federation for World Peace, Crime Stoppers, Rainbow Push Coalition, NAACP, Cease Fire, Rotary of Chicago, PTA of Illinois, Chicago Public Schools, ÁmateAhora A Voice For Healthy Living, among groups participating.
PR.com wrote, On Wednesday, August 13th, Pastor Choco of New Life Covenant Church, Parents for Peace and Justice, city officials, politicians, organizations and international Latino author/civic leader Robert Renteria will join forces. In an effort to stop violence in Chicago, the coalition of groups will participate in The Walk for Peace.
“Mr. Renteria is our only author who has developed anti-violence and youth initiatives,” stated Fran Briggs, eMediaCampaigns!’ Director of Operations. “He continues to be recognized for his effectiveness on these issues.”
“We use money to support wars, but neglect to feed the poor. People are walking around in a culture of darkness and we need to do something about it,” stated a passionate Robert Renteria. “Enough panel discussions talking about gang violence and statistics. As leaders, it’s time to walk the walk and bring a solution to these issues because that’s what leadership is all about. The ultimate weapon is not a loaded gun, but an educated mind.”
Chicago is recognized by the FBI as the murder capitol of the nation.
“It’s important that we stand in the gap for our brothers and sisters who are victims of the violence plaguing our communities,” stated Pastor Choco. “We are a beacon of light in the darkest places which helps bring love and joy from the Lord to all. This march is not only in remembrance of those we lost to violence, but a rally cry to end the violence and bring forth peace and hope.”
Pastor Choco sponsored more than 500 copies of “From the Barrio to the Board Room 2nd edition”, “Mi Barrio and Little Barrio.” The books are part of a bilingual book series written by author Robert Renteria. They will be distributed during The Walk for Peace. Up to 2,000 people are expected to participate.
Renteria added that “the problem-solving process is to recognize the problem, find a solution and take action.” He was inspired to write Barrio books and developed a school and faith-based curricula to help kids with their critical thinking skills, and help schools bridge the educational gap.
Robert Renteria offers teaching tools for schools and organizations working towards ending gangs and gun violence and is available for national speaking tours. For additional information, visit http://www.fromthebarrio.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 312-933-5619. For media opportunities and speaking engagements, contact eMediaCampaigns!, Fran Briggs, 206.279.0818.
Image Posted on
Join us this Saturday as the Fiesta Del Sol Fun begins!!!
2122 S Ashland Ave- Pilsen Chicago, Illinois- (312) 243-4530
We are so close to the fest 21 & Ashland stopby.
You will experience our Verde Essentials product line (organic, vegan, 100% natural)!
And complimentary hand scrubs, chair massages. We will be taking reservations for massage on Saturday from 10am-2pm and will be closed on Sunday so call to take advantage of our Summer Special soon. We have limited availability.
About Fiesta del Sol-
Its the largest premier Latino festival in the country, organized by Pilsen Neighbors Community Council, a grassroots community organization. Fiesta del Sol is the largest non-alcohol family oriented event of its kind in the Midwest, providing an ideal direct marketing opportunity to over 1.3 million attendees for four days. Fiesta del Sol’s increasing diversity and popularity make it an ideal vehicle for reinforcing or exposing your brand.
Connect with the Spanish speaking or first and second generation, bi-cultural Mexican American community who attend Fiesta del Sol as a traditional home grown Chicago event. When you become a sponsor at Fiesta del Sol, you will target thousands of customers. This is a unique opportunity to take part in a fun, healthy event, reach the Hispanic market in Chicago, and help support a great community in the process!
Fiesta del Sol, the largest Premier Latino Festival in the country is coming to Chicago’s Pilsen community this July. Fiesta del Sol is a four day, free, family-friendly summer festival organized by Pilsen Neighbors Community Council (PNCC).
Art and Culture Pavilion
Civil Rights of Immigrants Booth
Health Booth (Keeping Healthy Campaign)
Copa Fiesta del Sol
Music (Rock, pop, Mexican regiona, Banda, Norteño, Cumbia and more!
Señorita Fiesta del Sol
Funds from the festival go toward an annual scholarship program, community organizing and educational programs for PNCC.
For more information about PNCC, visit: pilsenneighbors.org
For more information about Fiesta del Sol, visit: fiestadelsol.org.
Fiesta del Sol 2013
July 31st – August 3rd
Thursday July 31: 5PM- 10PM
Friday August 1: 11AM – 11PM
Saturday August 2: 11AM – 11PM
Sunday August 3 11AM -10PM
1400 W. Cermak Rd., Chicago, IL 60608
Image Posted on
Healing properties of Cabbage
Cabbage juice contains glutamic acid that is highly beneficial for the health of your intestinal tract. People suffering from stomach/peptic ulcer or inflammation has found cabbage juice to be very healing. Wow! some find relief within 2-3 days of consistently drinking this combination on a daily basis, some are healed within two weeks.
Did you know…
Most stomach ulcers could be caused by long-term medication especially aspirin (blood thinner). If you’re on medication, work with your physician to temporarily stop or change your medication when drinking cabbage juice. Once stomach ulcer is healed, the cause of the ulcers will have to be removed to prevent recurrence and stop consuming foods that hurt your stomach.
Balance your pH with Meztisoy’s ÁMATEAHORA ELIXER
So Cabbage alone doesn’t taste great! Hence, Meztisoy chose to make the ÁMATEAHORA ELIXER yummier by adding carrots, celery, broccoli, and a touch of OJ. Ok ÁMATEAHORA ELIXER supports maintaining a balanced pH! Cabbage juice is also beneficial for helping to remedy IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and gastritis. You should know they are all very mild and gentle on an injured stomach lining. The ÁMATEAHORA ELIXER can also protect against constipation and colon problems. Here’s to your health!
For more info: http://www.MeztiSoy.com
Video Posted on
Thanks to my RUNHARD niece Denice L. Treviño from San Antonio, Texas. I grew a love for running. I was visiting her in 2007 and she invited me to run in her running group. Being it was a day before my birthday I said Let’s Do It! Little did I know we we’re running a 10miler. She prepped me by laying out the plan. We’ll train like the marathoners! she said. Two minutes running one minute walking. And I did it! All the way through she was by my side. Telling me where its best to lay my arms and advance on downhill slopes, etc. She is such a gift. She allowed me to experience such a huge accomplishment with grace and ease. Thanks to her I’ve been running for causes ever since. This 2014 she brought our family together for the RockNRoll Marathon Series! We will do our best to make it a tradition!
Denice inspired my niece Kimberly Dominguez-Treviño, from Austin Texas, to finish her 1st Half Marathon. My fifth 5K this year this time for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. My mom at 77 years young finished her third 5K this year and joined to cheer us on. Everyone passing the 1st mile marker was received by a warm and proud cheer from Momma Madrigal, my sister Elisa Treviño from McAllen Texas, my dear effervescent niece Jaime Dominguez-Treviño and nephew Ben Treviño both 6 years young.
For our victory outing we met at Navy Pier with my nephew Josias Torres who traveled with his family from Oswego Illinois. Reunited with my beautiful niece Aracely Torres, and our two mesmerizing babies Mia and Mason. So blessed for her to have orchestrated our reunion for a cause.
Denice L. Trevino is Fitness Trainer. Coaches and leads Stretch-n-Grow Classes in San Antonio Texas. Stretch-n-Grow is the world’s largest network of children’s fitness professionals who, each week, teach over one hundred thousand children in hundreds of cities across 15 countries to “Exercise and Eat What’s Wise!” Stretch-n-Grow offers EXERciting programs for kids starting as young as 18 months up to twelve years old. Each Stretch-n-Grow coach is a certified youth fitness specialist and has only one passion – to show our Stars an EXERciting time!
Kimberly Dominguez-Treviño is the Executive Director at Primerose School in Austin Texas. She is one of the founders and proud fellow Primerose franchisee for building Active Minds, Healthy Bodies and Happy Hearts. Primrose is an accredited private preschool that provides a premier educational child care experience. As The Leader in Educational Child Care®, we partner with parents to help children build the right foundation for future learning and life. Our goal is to help children have fun while building Active Minds, Healthy Bodies and Happy Hearts®.
If you want to see our interview with PacePerMile. Denice and I shared our testimony on our love for running inspiring others to run! And got a Medal for sharing!