Every Wednesday, we will be checking in with Life Camp Inc's Kheperah Kearse, director of wellness and therapeutic services.
Looking back at some of the best of Kheperah's Wellness Wednesday segments, here's what Kearse had to say in the lead up to 4th July and "Pandemic Fatigue."
"Greetings ✨So excited about this Wellness Wednesday segment featuring @queensbp2020 Sharon Lee as she joins me to discuss how to maintain inner peace, strengthen the immune system, apply self-care and overcome Pandemic Fatigue as we prepare for a "Strong Beginning" to the summer season."
In this video, learn how to make two healthy and hydrating summer drinks:
1) The "Surge Protector" featuring Pineapple, Tumeric, Aloe Vera & Water to build your immune system to in preparation for July 4th
2) The "Love Life Lemonade": a cool, refreshing and restorative beverage featuring chlorophyll, fresh lemon juice, maple syrup, cayenne pepper & water.
Discover ways to create peace in your home, with a relaxing, DIY natural home freshener featuring Valerian (Or Eucalyptus), Lemongrass and Lavender and so much joy!
Have a topic you want discussed? Visit us at lifecampinc.com/wellnessQA, sign up to sit in our zoom audience to ask direct questions and join our wellness community! #AlignAlkalineRemind #WellnessWednesday #EatAloeVeraChallenge #PeaceIsALIFEstyle.
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"Emotions matter, thoughts matter, and, yes, food matters," says holistic entrepreneur Marianela Pereyra. Known on social media For her international healthy cuisine and positivity, Pereyra grew up feasting on the tutelage and cooking for her grandfather, a South American doctor and nutritionist.
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LIFE Camp protects our community through outreach, intervention and engagement.We provide youth and families that have been impacted by violence the valuable tools they need to stay in school and out of the criminal justice system. We provide programs and other holistic approaches to reinforce self-esteem and respect for life among one another and also connect and mobilize youth to prevent and heal from violence in New York City's most underserved communities.
$15 - funds one hour of employment for an at risk young person
$100 - funds a credible community violence interrupter in the streets for a day
$1000 - funds the Peacemobile in the community for one day
Funds to Support Funds will support the scaling of our peace work; supports at-risk young people, ensures trusted violence interrupters are in the street, and increases presence of Peacemobile in the community