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letter from the publisher

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appy August, everyone! Is it just me or have the temperatures not been that bad this summer? And man, do I looooove a good Louisiana rain storm, and we have seen a lot of them lately. It’s like a Costa Rican rain forest outside! Which you know, is great for the skin. How did you get that fine glow? Oh, that’s just good ole Louisiana humidity constantly misting my skin. Ha! So, as everyone heads back into town and we all prepare to get the kiddos off to school, I thought it would be great to do a Natural Home and Family issue. We included a few things I know we all struggle with: kids and those darn “screens” and some simple solutions, my fav 5-ingredient granola bars, and more. Have you ever felt like you’re in a battle to keep the marketing teams of corporate America out of your home and away from your kids? The sugar, the chemicals, the over-processed food, the things we should all buy, the screens, more screens, other screens, oh my! And how are we, as modern families with more pressure than ever before, to balance the ease of these things with what we may want to be providing our families with? Not to mention, how do we manage the constant pressure at the same time of going all organic, all the time, with fresh, local ingredients, natural products, getting your family out and active, keeping yourself healthy and in–shape, while managing whole households and careers? I say let’s give ourselves a break. Maybe some weeks you make my granola bars because you are feeling like a super healthy go-getter and maybe some weeks you just go to Costco and pick up a box of them. Maybe you have a few hours of work to get done and you just let the screens babysit the

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kids for a while and maybe take them for a walk with the dog after to get them a little vitamin D. Maybe you and your spouse can make a nice dinner with fresh ingredients bought romantically at the local market, or maybe you just order a pizza. Maybe there are some easy solutions, such as making your own cleaning products by refilling a bottle with stuff you have on hand, that can become a permanent part of your home. I am just doing my best to try to keep us moving away from everything corporate America is selling. One baby step at a time–just doing what we can, when we can. I welcome you all to join me. Welcome Home, y’all!

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5 DIS ’N NAT 12 5 INGREDIENT GRANOLA BARS 7 ON THE COVER ASK THE HERO 13 LIFE COACH 8 HEALTHY Matt Nussbaum SCREEN TIME 14 Setting 9 CITY PARK Boundaries in LEADING THE WAY

Kevin Fitzwilliam

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the Digital Age

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DIY Cleaning Products

Sweet Potato Carnival Soup

DEPARTMENTS 6 local briefs 11 recipe for success 18 calendar

lagniappe 19 ongoing 20 calendar

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SCREEN TIME OVERDOSE MEANS UNHAPPY TEEN Teens that spend the most time staring at screens while playing games, texting, surfing the Internet or engaging in social media tend to be unhappier than those with less screen time, reports a San Diego State University study .

substance that gives black pepper its characteristic taste, helps block the formation of new fat cells.

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iIN DEFENSE OF FRIES Starch-based foods don’t cause weight gain like sugarbased foods and don’t have the same shock effect on body metabolism.

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onthecover Our cover this month highlights local New Orleans family, The Landrys. Philip is an Engineer, Amy is owner of Fuel Success Academy, an employee training company, and their daughter Ava is starting Pre-K 4 at Holy Name of Jesus. Amy is passionate about improving lives, especially for women. She is creator of a unique training program, "Diapers to Desk," which provides tools for professional women returning to work from maternity leave. The training has been exclusively offered at Shell, but starting September 25th, "Diapers to Desk" will be bi-monthly at Touro Hospital and Online training for individuals will begin in October. For more information, email: info@ diaperstodesk.com.

The Landrys escape to the mountains every summer. From left: Amy, Philip and Ava Landry.

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FIT NOLA'S

HEALTHYHERO MATT NUSSBAUM

IGNITE YOUR SOUL By Stephanie Travers

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it NOLA’s August 2018 Healthy Hero Matt Nussbaum is often praised as a “great and selfless guy” who left behind his corporate job to follow his dream and open his own boxing studio (along with partner Fred Kassi). The small local gym, Le Boxeur, is located up the street at Claiborne & Washington. You can find a combination of new and old school training at Le Boxeur, with a focus on safety and form. Matt used his own health journey as an inspiration to others. Matt transformed into a healthy, fit, happy fellow after he found boxing and opened his gym. Matt Nussbaum is an economist, entrepreneur, and boxing addict. He currently manages and is assistant trainer at Le Boxeur Gym, and manages the professional career of pro heavyweight Frederic Kassi. He trains amateurs and is a personal trainer focusing on boxing, fitness and nutrition. Fit NOLA & Whole Foods Market together launched Healthy Heroes—a program to celebrate community members leading healthy efforts across New Orleans. Each month, residents are invited to nominate a Healthy Hero online at nola. gov/health-department/fitnola/healthy-hero/.

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chose to attend Soul School at Wild Lotus Yoga for two reasons. The first? It was held one weekend a month. Granted, there were assignments, readings, and a lot of extra yoga classes, but I could participate while still living my daily life. The second reason was even more important: Soul School emphasizes going deeper into your own heart over learning a specific style or accepting a particular philosophy. We were taught everything we needed to become successful yoga teachers, but the main message was to find our own path there. This created an environment of authenticity that was felt throughout the eight months we spent in the community. Combined with the experience of the facilitators, Sean Johnson and Mitchel Bleier, that encouragement to honor our own hearts made for a soul-igniting experience. Soul School applications will be available August 1st at both Wild Lotus studio locations. The next info session will be held Saturday, August 25th, 4-5:30pm Downtown. All are welcome. Learn more at https:// www.wildlotusyoga.com/soul-school-200-hour-


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LEADING THE WAY TO A GREENER NEW ORLEANS By: Kevin Fitzwilliam

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may be seen as the year the plastic straw began its great decline. Governments across the world have begun to ban them, including the UK in April and the city of Seattle in June. Single-use plastics are becoming taboo as concern over plastic waste in the oceans continues to grow worldwide. Here in New Orleans, one of our wellknown institutions has taken a leadership role in reducing plastic waste. New Orleans City Park is working to integrate “zero-waste” practices into City Park-sanctioned events by adding composting, recycling, and education into the park’s waste-management plans. Last year City Park began tracking how much waste it diverts from a landfill, achieving a rate of 40 percent. Whereas styrofoam plates and plastics for food service would have been used in the past, today the solution is compostable cups, plates, bowls, and cutlery. The benefits of these efforts also roll over to other local companies—City Park partners with Composting Network to help divert organic waste from landfills, and it also works with Republic Services to provide recycling of paper, plastic, and aluminum. “We’re purchasing items that are either going to be composted or recycled,” said City Park Sustainability Coordinator Johanna Gundlach. “At as many events as possible we try to have volunteers staff our waste stations so that when someone comes up with a plate or a napkin, they are there to say this belongs in this bin or the other.” City Park is setting a standard of sustainability. Let’s encourage our other beloved institutions to follow suit. Kevin Fitzwilliam is a Fellow with Environmental Entrepreneurs and is the owner of Atlas Handmade Beads, a New Orleans company helping to move the Gulf South beyond plastic beads (atlasbeads.com). He can be reached at info@atlasbeads.com.

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recipeforsuccess

OCHSNER EAT FIT

Sweet Potato Carnival Soup RECIPE PROVIDED BY CAFÉ ADELAIDE

2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small onion 1 small shallot 2 cloves of garlic 3 pounds roasted, peeled purple sweet potatoes 2 quarts vegetable stock (no salt added) 1 teaspoon paprika

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SERVES 6+

½ teaspoon cayenne pepper ½ teaspoon cinnamon 5 sprigs thyme ¼ bunch parsley 2 bay leaves ½ tablespoon salt ¾ cup Meyer lemon juice 1 teaspoon cane vinegar

In a large skillet over medium heat, sauté garlic, chili pepper, carrot, onion, and celery in olive oil until slightly translucent. Add chickpeas and heat. Heat olive oil in a medium pot, sauté onions, shallots, thyme sprigs and garlic until translucent. Add sweet potatoes, paprika, cayenne, cinnamon, thyme, parsley, bay leaves, and salt and sauté until fragrant. Add vegetable stock and bring to a simmer. Let soup simmer for about 10 minutes on low heat, stirring occasionally. Puree soup until smooth using an immersion blender or bar blender. Add citrus juice and vinegar to taste. Dehydrated beet chips for garnish: 2 large gold beets (should be able to shave 14-20 chips) ½ teaspoon salt Pinch black pepper Green herbs for garnish: Chives Parsley Leaves Shave golden beets into round chips. Lay flat on parchment lined sheet tray and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Dehydrate in a low oven (200°) for 30 minutes, until crisp but not brown. Garnish with chives and parsley. Per Serving: 330 calories, 5 grams fat, 1 gram saturated fat, 66 grams carbohydrates, 625 mg sodium, 10 grams fiber, 12 grams sugar, 5 grams protein.

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HEALTHY 5 ingredient

GRANOLA BARS Healthy, no-bake granola bars with just 5 ingredients and a sweet, crunchy texture. Peanut butter and maple syrup complement each other perfectly in this ideal portable breakfast or snack. servings: 10 bars

recipe by: Minimalist Baker

INGREDIENTS • 1 heaping cup packed (~220 g) dates, pitted • 1/4 cup (84 g) maple syrup or agave nectar (or honey if not vegan) • 1/4 cup (64 g) creamy salted natural peanut butter or almond butter • 1 cup (112 g) roasted unsalted almonds, loosely chopped (see instructions for roasting nuts) • 1 1/2 cups (135 g) rolled oats • optional additions: chocolate chips, dried fruit, nuts, banana chips, vanilla, etc.

INSTRUCTIONS 1.

Process dates in a food processor until small bits remain (about 1 minute). It should form a dough-like consistency.

2. Optional step: toast your oats (and almonds if raw) in a 350-degree f (176 c) oven for 10-15 minutes or until slightly golden brown. Otherwise, leave them raw–I prefer the toasted flavor.

3. Place oats, almonds and dates in a large mixing bowl–set aside. 4. Warm honey and peanut butter in a small saucepan over low heat. Stir and pour over oat mixture and then mix, breaking up the dates to disperse throughout.

5. Once thoroughly mixed, transfer to an 8x8-inch baking dish or other

small pan lined with plastic wrap or parchment paper so they lift out easily. (A loaf pan might work, but will yield thicker bars.)

6. Press down firmly until uniformly flattened–I use something flat, like a drinking glass, to press down and really pack the bars, which helps them hold together better.

7. Cover with parchment or plastic wrap, and let them firm up in fridge or freezer for 15-20 minutes.

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Remove bars from pan and chop into 10 even bars (or 9 squares). Store in an airtight container for up to a few days. I kept mine in the freezer to keep them extra fresh, but it isn't necessary. Dana is the recipe developer, content creator, and food photographer behind Minimalist Baker, www.minimalistbaker.com. Follow her on twitter, facebook, youtube, and instagram for minimalist baker updates. 12

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ASK THE LIFE COACH with Carla Robertson Carla is a master certified life coach in New Orleans. Have a question for Carla or want to learn more about her programs, events or services? Contact her at carla@ livingwildandprecious.com or 504-507-0687.

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hat do I do about being overwhelmed in my home and family routines? We never seem to catch up and I’m tired all the time. - Carrie Carrie, if I had a chance to talk with you, I’d ask you to get really specific with me about what is most overwhelming along with what’s actually working. Our minds like to frame our difficulties in black and white, avoiding the reality that we’re usually living in a landscape that’s filled with shades of grey. It’s so much easier for our minds to say, “I’m always overwhelmed” and “I’m tired all the time!”

Search very specifically for the areas of your life that cause the most overwhelming feelings and lead to the most exhaustion. At the same time, get out a magnifying glass to find anything in your life that energizes you or feels easy and fun. Now comes the hard part: reclaiming sovereignty over your life. Nearly everyone I work with (and it can be true for me too!) believes that there are aspects of their lives that are completely unchangeable, that they have no choice but to continue to suffer through. This is usually a lie. Change is possible. You can stop doing much of what is causing you to be overwhelmed. When there are obligations you can’t abandon, you can gain freedom in how you think about them, which usually leads to less exhaustion. I love the saying, “Before enlightenment, chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment, chop wood, carry water.” It reminds me that my internal state drives my sense of peace far more than what I’m doing or not doing in the material world.♦

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SCREEN TIME SETTING BOUNDARIES IN THE DIGITAL ERA

by April Thompson

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igital media dominates childhood. That time youngsters used to spend playing with friends, being with family or sleeping has been zapped. According to a study by the Kaiser Family Foundation, 8-to-10-year-olds are daily exposed to nearly eight hours of on-screen media and heavy media users are twice as likely to report poor grades. Conscientious and concerned parents are setting limits on screen time and reclaiming family time. Experts, too, are working to define a “new healthy” at a time when many activities, from homework to shopping, are moving online. “How can you begin to limit kids’ screen time when teachers are increasingly using media?” queries Pediatrician Corinn Cross, who practices in Los Angeles. “It’s hard. None of us grew up with this level of technology, and it’s moving faster than any advice can.”

NIP IT EARLY

Cross co-authored the American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) recently updated digital media guidelines, which shifted from strict time limits to greater flexibility for and within different age groups. For children under 18 months, the recommendation is to avoid media altogether outside of video chats with loved ones. In the older age ranges, the guidelines are less prescriptive and more about setting individual limits that ensure getting enough sleep and physical activity along with achieving other developmental needs. Cross believes excessive screen time is particularly detrimental for younger kids that have fewer waking hours and more developing to do. “Toddlers don’t learn well from screens, so you will have limited return from using screens for education,” she observes. Kathy Marrocco, an Oakland Township, Michigan, blogger with YourOrganicChild.com, initially worried about her kids’ potential adverse exposure to radiation from cell phone use. Her concern soon turned to other big impacts of digital media encroaching on their lives. She cites a study of 3,000 parents of grade-school-aged kids, which found that nearly two-thirds of the children are using their devices at night instead of sleeping, with a corresponding drop in concentration, memory and energy. Marrocco maintains firm boundaries with her daughter, 13, and son, 18, prohibiting the use of electronics at the kitchen table and in their 14

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rooms at night, in line with AAP recommendations. “They can only have devices in their room at night if they are in offline ‘airplane mode’ so they won’t be tempted to check or respond to incoming messages,” she says.

PREVENT SCREEN ADDICTION

Psychotherapist Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D., an addiction expert and executive director of The Dunes, a rehab clinic in East Hampton, New York, is even firmer about screen time, having seen some kids go off the digital deep end. Delaying the onset of screen exposure is the most critical step a parent can take, suggests Kardaras. “There’s no evidence to suggest media exposure is beneficial to child development. Most tech geniuses, including the founders of Google, Amazon and Apple, were not exposed to it until adolescence. “Treating digital addiction is challenging because you can’t be digitally abstinent in this society,” he continues. “Prevention is the key.” Digital media abuse can have lasting developmental impacts, according to Kardaras, author of Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction is Hijacking our Kids and How to Break the Trance. DrKardaras. com cites numerous studies on the effects of such intensive use, from increased prevalence of attention deficit disorder to higher rates of depression. Brain imaging studies from institutions such as the medical schools at Indiana University and University of Utah have shown how heavy exposure to digital media has effects on the brain similar to substance addiction, reports Kardaras, affecting areas of the brain linked with functions like impulse control, brain connectivity and processing speed. In his practice, red flags for potential digital addiction include strong reactions when devices are taken away, disinterest in “offline” activities, worsening of interpersonal relationships and dropping grades. Modeling good practices is as important as monitoring kids’ behavior, suggests Cross. In her household, all electronic tablets and cell phones are kept in a drawer when not in use. “If I have work to do or have to take a phone call, I’ll go to another room, then come back and be present with the kids,” she says. “Quality, face-to-face time is important.”•


SCREEN TIME

TOO MUCH CAN LEAD TO: IRREGULAR SLEEP PATTERNS 6 in 10 kids don’t get enough sleep.

HEALTH PROBLEMS

Anxiety, attention problems, obesity and depression.

VISION PROBLEMS

Eye strain, dry eye and other problems with vision have been reported.

SOCIAL PROBLEMS

A lack of social interactions with family and friends.

COGNITIVE DIFFICULTIES

Very young children can develop language delays and lack creativity and imagination. 0-18 MONTHS No screen time is recommended at this age

WHAT CAN YOU DO? SET AN EXAMPLE

If kids see you on your phone all day, they will want to mimic that behavior. Restrict your own phone use and hang out with your kids screen free.

GO OUTSIDE

COMMUNICATE

SET RESTRICTIONS

No screens at the dinner table. Dedicate that time to family communication. Don’t allow children to use screens before bedtime.

Take your children camping, even if it’s in your own backyard, and teach them to connect to nature, not wifi.

18-24 MONTHS Limited screen time. Educatonal programs only. 2-5 YEARS 1 hour of screen time involving high-quality programs 6 AND OLDER 2 hours per day monitored by parent.

Be more involved in your children’s lives and listen to their problems.

ENCOURAGE CREATIVITY

Help your child find a hobby, join an afterschool program or play a sport.

40

Number of hours a week the average child spends in front of a screen

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Natural

CLEANING Save tons of money while keeping your family safe from harsh chemicals! Whip up these non-toxic, natural cleansing products with ingredients from your own kitchen.

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LEMON BASIL CLEANING SPRAY 2 cups of filtered water 1 cup of organic distilled white vinegar 20+ drops of organic lemon essential oil 15+ drops of organic basil essential oil Combine all ingredients in glass spray bottle and use as needed for household cleaning. Works well on windows and stainless steel as well as flat surfaces like tile and counters.

CASTILE SOAP SURFACE CLEANER 2 cups distilled water 2 TB-1/4 cup castile soap 15 drops lavender, peppermint, orange, or lemon essential oil.

VINEGAR SURFACE CLEANER 1 cup distilled water 1 cup white distilled vinegar 1/2 lemon juiced (optional) 15 drops lavender, peppermint, orange, or lemon essential oil.


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Cut a lemon in half, run it over the surfaces of wood or plastic cutting boards, let sit for ten minutes, and then rinse away. If you need some serious scrubbing power, sprinkle some coarse or Kosher salt over the board, and then rub with ½ a lemon.

Top 5 Natural Cleansing Ingredients

TOILETS

Baking soda is a pantry staple with proven virus-killing abilities that also effectively cleans,

For a heavy-duty toilet scrub that deodorizes while it cleans, pour ½ cup of baking soda and about 10 drops of tea tree essential oil into the toilet. Add ¼ cup of vinegar to the bowl and scrub away while the mixture fizzes.

DISHWASHER DETERGENT Mix together 1 cup of liquid castile soap and 1 cup of water (2 teaspoons of lemon juice optional) in a quart-size glass jar. Add some of this mixture to one detergent compartment of the dishwasher, and fill the other compartment with white vinegar.

GARBAGE DISPOSAL Pour 1 cup of vinegar into an ice cube tray and top off the slots with water. Once they’re frozen, toss a few down the disposal and let it run—doing so should remove any food that was stuck to the blades.

FLOOR CLEANER AND POLISH Floor Cleaner and Polish: Vinyl and Linoleum: Mix 1 cup vinegar and a few drops of olive oil in 1 gallon warm water. Use sparingly on linoleum.

Wood: For routine cleaning, a solution of 1/4 cup vinegar to a half gallon of warm water can effectively degrime wood floors.

1. Baking Soda

deodorizes, brightens, and cuts through grease and grime .

2. Castile Soap

Castile soap is a style of soap that’s made from 100 percent plant oils (meaning it uses no animal products or chemical detergents). Popularized by the Dr. Bronner’s line of products, castile cuts through grease and cleans.

3. Vinegar

Due to its acidity, vinegar effectively and gently eliminates grease, soap scum, and grime.

4. Lemon Juice

Natural lemon juice smells great, gets rid of mildew and mold, cuts through grease, and shines hard surfaces.

5. Olive Oil

This good-for-you cooking oil also works as a cleaner and polisher.

You can reach Vanessa at editor@nalamag.com.

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Blue Cliff College, Massage Therapy Department, Continuing Education, CEUs for LMTs

Every August, the New Orleans Hash House Harriers host Red Dress Run, a charity “run” in the Crescent City. The run begins in New Orleans Crescent Park in the Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans, just outside of the French Quarter. Participants in the Red Dress Run can sign up online at the Hash House Harriers’ official website. Registration includes: Donations to local charities, special live music and beers for the run.

AUGUST 4 & 5, 2018

Lymphatic Drainage, Tamika Dillon, Certified Lymphologist

OCTOBER 13-14, 2018

Advanced Myofascial Technique Magnus Eklund, BCSI

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JANUARY 19-21, 2019

O First Friday –10am. Free for Students. Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp St, New Orleans. OgdenMuseum.org

For information: 504-293-0972. PeggyS@BlueCliffCollege.com

Free Fridays at NOBL –12pm. New Orleans Boulder Lounge, 2360 St Claude Ave, New Orleans. ClimbNOBL.com

Medi Cupping, Annie Garic, ACE

AUGUST 1, 2018

Deep Tissue Massage Clinic –12:45 & 2:15pm. Also August 3, 10 & 14. Help a student with their education at our student massage clinic. Deep Tissue is a full body massage that really works out the kinks. $30. Blue Cliff College, Clearview Mall, across from food court, Metairie. Info or appointment: 504-293-0972.

Interpreting Nature Opening Reception 5-8pm. Hammond Regional Arts Center, 217 E Thomas St, Hammond. HammondArts.org

AUGUST 4, 2018

AUGUST 7, 2018

Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program – 5:30pm. Dr. Debbi Hannan presents: The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program at Hannan Wellness. Free. 101 Clearview Pkwy at Airline Dr, New Orleans. 504-454-2000.

AUGUST 8, 2018

Swedish Massage Clinic –12:45 & 2:15pm. Also August 14 & 29. Help a student with their education at our student massage clinic. NMT is a deep massage that targets a problem area such as low back pain. $30. Blue Cliff College, Clearview Mall, across from food court, Metairie. Info or appointment: 504-293-0972.

Healthy Mind, Healthy Bodies, Healthy Community –10am-2pm. Free. Broadmoor Arts Center, 3900 General Taylor, Ste 226, New Orleans. BroadmoorImprovement.com

Cultural Expression: Monograms, Tagging, & Tattoos – 6-7:30pm. $10 Advance, $12 Door. Gallier House, 1132 Royal St, New Orleans. Interland3. DonorPerfect.net

AUGUST 2, 2018

Purr It Forward: Adult Cat Adoption Day –24pm. Southern Animal Foundation, 1823 Magazine St, New Orleans. SouthernAnimalFoundation.org

RAW Artists New Orleans: Connect – 7-11pm. RAW Artists, 828 S Peters St, New Orleans. RawArtists.org

Neuro Muscular Therapy Clinic – 12:45 & 2:15pm. Also August 16 & 23. Help a student with their education at our student massage clinic. NMT is a deep massage that targets a problem area such as low back pain. $30. Blue Cliff College, Clearview Mall, across from food court, Metairie. Info or appointment: 504-293-0972.

Official CAC White Linen Afterparty – 9pm. CAC Members Free, $10 General Admission. 900 Camp St, New Orleans. CACNO.org

Netroots Nation – 8am. Through August 4. NetrootsNation.org

Sweet Swine O Mine Fundraiser – 4-9pm. Broad Street Cider & Ale, 2723 S Broad St, New Orleans. Twitter.com/SweetSwineMine P r o f es s o r L o n g h a i r C e n t e n n i a l E x h i b i t Opening – 5-7pm. Free. New Orleans Jazz Museum, 400 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans. RSVP: NOLAJazzMuseum.org Putt for Kids! – 6-9pm. City Putt, City Park, New Orleans. CapsforKids.org Swedish Massage Clinic–6:15 & 7:30pm. Also August 16 & 23. Help a student with their education at our student massage clinic. NMT is a deep massage that targets a problem area such as low back pain. $30. Blue Cliff College, Clearview Mall, across from food court, Metairie. Info or appointment: 504-293-

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Yoga After Dark –9pm. $15. Church of Yoga, 1480 N Rocheblave St, New Orleans. NOLA.LaughingLotus. com

AUGUST 9, 2018

AUGUST 5, 2018

Dystopian Cheese Party – 5-8pm. Free. One Stone, 323 Verret St, New Orleans. RSVP: Info@ OneStoneTwoBirds.com

Sunday Swing –1:30 -4pm. Also August 12, 19, & 26. $10, $5 Members. W WII Museum, 945 Magazine St, New Orleans. NationalWW2Museum.org

Red Dress Run – 9am-5pm. Crescent Park, 2300 N Peters St, New Orleans. NOLARedDress.com

Fun Run on the Track! –1-7pm. $50. NOLA Motorsports Park, 11075 Nicolle Blvd, Avondale. MotorSportReg.com

Yin Yoga Workshop – 3-5pm. Wild Lotus Yoga Uptown, 4842 Perrier St, New Orleans. 504-8990047 or WildLotusYoga.com Moonlight Canoe – 7-11pm. $30. Tulane Campus Recreation, 200 Reily Ctr, New Orleans. APM.ActiveCommunities.com

AUGUST 6, 2018

Greenway Yoga –6-7pm. Also August 13. Free. Lafitte Greenway at N Prieur, New Orleans. LafitteGreenway.org

AUGUST 11, 2018

Saturday Morning Massage Clinic – 9:15 & 10:30am. Help a student with their education at our student massage clinic. August 11- Deep Tissue, August 25- Swedish or NMT. $30. Blue Cliff College, Clearview Mall, across from food court, Metairie. Info or appointment: 504-293-0972. Soul Glow Christian Dance Fitness – 9:15am. $4. S & W Z Fitness, 3937 Canal St, New Orleans. SkittlesAndWiggles.Webs.com Alignment & Adjustment Workshop for Teachers 10am-2pm. Wild Lotus Yoga Downtown, 2372 St Claude Ave, New Orleans. 504-899-0047 or


WildLotusYoga.com Free Irish Dance Class – 10:3011:30 am. Ryan S c hool of Ir ish Dance, 4732 Sanford St, Metairie. RyanSchoolLA.Wix.com/RyanSchool Vegan Village – 11am-3pm. Eiffel Society, 2040 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. NOLAVeggieFest.com Garden to Glass: Milkfig Apothecary 5:30-7pm. $28, $25 Members. Longue Vue House and Gardens, 7 Bamboo Rd, New Orleans. LongueVue.com

Hannan Wellness. Free. 101 Clearview Pkwy at Airline Dr, New Orleans. 504454-2000.

AUGUST 22, 2018

Neuro Muscular Therapy Clinic 6:15 & 7:30pm. Also August 24. Help a student with their education at our student massage clinic. NMT is a deep massage that targets a problem area such as low back pain. $30. Blue Cliff College, Clearview Mall, across from food court, Metairie. Info or appointment: 504-293-0972.

AUGUST 23, 2018

Soc k Hop for Sc holarships – 6-10pm. The Greystone, 935 Clausel St, Mandeville. PWST.rocks

Bacchanalia 2018 – 5:30-8pm. Little Gem Saloon, 445 S Rampart St, New Orleans. HandsOnNewOrleans.org

Dirty Linen Night – 6-9pm. Free. 200900 Block of Royal St, New Orleans.

Blue Door Blues Gala – 6-10pm. $150-$275. Audubon Tea Room, Audubon Zoo, New Orleans. BGCSELA.org

AUGUST 14, 2018

Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program 12:30pm. Dr. Debbi Hannan presents: The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program at Hannan Wellness. Free. 101 Clearview Pkwy at Airline Dr, New Orleans. 504454-2000.

AUGUST 17, 2018

Rummel Fishing Rodeo & Family Fest –12pm. Through August 18. 1901 Severn Ave, Metairie. RummelRaiders. com/FishingRodeo.HTML

AUGUST 18, 2018

Moonlight Masquerade – 7-11pm. $65 -$2,50 0. Houma Municipal Auditorium, 880 Verret St, Houma. JAofHouma.com. Date night massage night–7pm1030pm. $260 per couple. Transform NOLA, 8509 Oak St. transformnola. com. Contact: sunnishafer@yahoo. com. 504-491-8169.

AUGUST 19, 2018

Yoga with a Vue – 10am. $10 Suggested Donation. Longue Vue House and Gardens, 7 Bamboo Rd, New Orleans. LongueVue.com The Swoon Event – 11am-2pm. Ace Hotel, 600 Carondelet St, New Orleans. TheSwoonEvent.com Roots & Wings: Advance Your Yoga Practice Workshop – 3-5:30pm. Wild Lotus Yoga Downtown, 2372 St Claude Ave, New Orleans. 504-899-0047 or WildLotusYoga.com

AUGUST 21, 2018

Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program 5:30pm. Dr. Debbi Hannan presents: The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program at

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AUGUST 25, 2018

Louisiana SPCA Adoption Event 11am. Eye Center for Animals, 524 Moss St, New Orleans. LA-SPCA.org/ AdoptionEvents. 5th Annual Drew’s Tunes Bowla-thon – 12-6pm. Fulton Alley, 600 Fulton St, New Orleans. Drews.Tunes. Foundation@gmail.com Art Vue – 7-10pm. $100 -$150. Ace Hotel, 600 Carondelet St, New Orleans. LongueVue.com Jugs Social Club/NOMTOC Annual Dance – 9pm. $20 Advance, $25 Door. Westwego Civic Association, 1220 Avenue H, Westwego. Facebook. com/Krewe.NOMTOC

AUGUST 26, 2018

Sound Therapy Training – 1-8pm. $130. Swan River Yoga, 2940 Canal St, New Orleans. SwanRiverYoga.com Take Paws Tea – 2-5pm. Windsor Court, 300 Gravier St, New Orleans. WindsorCourtHotel.com/Le-Salon

EAT FIT DINE OUT August 22, 2018

Support Ochsner Eat Fit by dining out Wednesday, August 22 at participating Eat Fit restaurants and partners, ranging from fine dining to neighborhood favorites. A portion of the day's proceeds will benefit the Eat Fit | Live Fit fund, which supports a variety of community initiatives including collaboration with local restaurants to provide healthful options on menus, as well as nutrition workshops, cooking demos, high school culinary teaching programs and more. Download the {FREE} Eat Fit smartphone app for a complete list of Eat Fit Dine Out restaurants + other Eat Fit partners participating in the Eat Fit give-back event, or visit OchsnerEatFit.com.

AUGUST 28, 2018

Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program – 12:30pm. Dr. Debbi Hannan presents: The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program at Hannan Wellness. Free. 101 Clearview Pkwy at Airline Dr, New Orleans. 504454-2000.

AUGUST 29, 2018

Mindfulness Meditation Course 7:45-9pm. 4 Week Course. Wild Lotus Yoga Uptown, 4842 Perrier St, New Orleans. 504-899-0047 or WildLotusYoga.com natural awakenings

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sunday Tai Chi in the Park – 8-8:45am. Last Sunday of the Month. Peristyle in City Park, 42 Dreyfous Dr, New Orleans. OchsnerFitness.com. Introduction to Zen Meditation 8:30am (except the first Sunday of the month). By donation. Midcity Zen. 3248 Castiglione St, New Orleans. MidCityZen.org. Mindfulness Meditation – 8:5010am. Meditation, a reading and discussion. 1st & 3rd Sundays. Free/By Donation. Yoga Sanga, 2013 Claiborne St, Mandeville. ResourceForLife@bellsouth.net. Community Hot Quickie – 9-10am. Sixty minute, Bikram-inspired hot yoga. Same therapeutic practice, less time! All levels welcome; no class package required - by donation every week! Yes, Yoga. 8338 Oak St, New Orleans. YesYogaNOLA@gmail.com. YesYogaNOLA.co. Sunday Morning Meditation – 9am. Unity of New Orleans Spiritual Center, 3722 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. 504-899-3390. UnityNewOrleans.org. A Course in Miracles – 9:30am. Unity of New Orleans Spiritual Center, 3722 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. 504-899-3390. UnityNewOrleans.org. Yogananda Studies – 9:30am. Free. Unity of New Orleans Spiritual Center, 3722 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. 504-899-3390. UnityNewOrleans.org. Unity of New Orleans Spiritual Center Sunday Service – 11am. 3722 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. 504-899-3390. UnityNewOrleans. org. Sunday Celebration Service – 11am. Unity of Metairie. 3939 Veterans Memorial Blvd, 504-8857575. UnityOfMetairie.com. Eckankar – 11am-12pm. Discover what Eckankar can do for you to enrich your life with Divine Guidance. NO Healing Center, 2371 St Claude Ave, 4th floor. Basic/Beginners Aikido Class 6:15pm-7:15pm. Practice the art of peace. First class free. NOLA Aikido, 3909 Bienville St, Ste. 103 in MidCity, New Orleans. 504-208-4861. Info@NOLAAikido.com.

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Yin Yoga – 5-6pm. Gentle, restorative yoga: Long holds. Deep stretching. Props. Yoga newbies encouraged! Yes, Yoga. 8338 Oak St, New Orleans. YesYogaNOLA@gmail. com YesYogaNOLA.co.

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Compost NOW – 4-5:30pm. Free. Accept fruits and vegetables scraps, coffee grounds, tea bags, eggshells, nut shells, seed shells, plain bread, grains, and rice. No meat, bones, or dairy. Bring in a paper or compostable bag or a reusable container and freeze your scraps. Children’s Resource Library. Beginners Karate Class – 5:306:15pm. Also Wednesday and Friday. First class free. LA Karate Association Dojo, 706C Phosphor Ave, Metairie. 504-835-6825. LKAKarate.com. Basic/Beginners Aikido Class – 6:15pm-7:15pm. Practice the art of peace. First class free. NOLA Aikido, 3909 Bienville St, Ste. 103 in MidCity, New Orleans. 504-208-4861. Info@NOLAAikido.com. Flowering Lotus Mindfulness Meditation Group – 7-8:30pm. Donation. Flowering Lotus Meditation and Retreat Center, 627 Opelousas Ave, Algiers Point. FloweringLotusMeditation.org.

tuesday Qigong/Dao-In – Noon. Tues & Thurs. Bring a mat. $5/class. New Orleans Healing Center, 2372 St Claude Ave, 2nd Fl Upper, Ste. 220, New Orleans. 985-467-0900 or dc@affordablehealingarts.com. Connected Warriors Yoga –121pm. Higher Power Yoga and Cycle, 514 City Park Ave. Free Yoga for Veterans, Service members, active, military, and their friends and family. Young Yogis – 3:45-4:30pm. Fun, playful class for kids 4 to 8 years old to strengthen their bodies with yoga poses and learn to focus and center themselves with breathing and meditation. Music, games, and stories complete the mind-body connection. Led by Heidi, a certified Kidding Around yoga instructor and experienced elementary school teacher. $49/six classes; $10 dropin. Transform NOLA. 8509 Oak St, New Orleans. 985-640-2648. TransformNOLA.com.

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Yoga in the Cathedral – 5:306:30PM. Bring your own mat. Free (donations accepted.) Christ Church Cathedral, 2919 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. HIIT at the Peristyle – 6-7:30pm. All levels. Bring a water bottle and a friend. Free. Peristyle in City Park. Northshore Table Tennis Club 6:30-9:30pm. $5 per session. Abita Recreation District #11. 22517 Hwy 36, Abita Springs. Powerpath Mastermind Miracles Sangha – 6:30pm. 3722 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. 504-899-3390. UnityNewOrleans.org.

wednesday Qi-Gym –10-11am. $10 Donation. First Class Free. Broadmoor Arts & Wellness Center. 3900 General Taylor St, New Orleans. BrainHeartBalance. com or 504-309-0002. Gentle Yoga –10:30-11:30am. Free. Lyons Rec Center, 624 Louisiana Ave. Prayer and Healing –11am. Unity of New Orleans Spiritual Center, 3722 St Charles Ave. 504-899-3390. UnityNewOrleans.org. Compost NOW – 12:30-2pm. Free. Accept fruits and vegetables scraps, coffee grounds, tea bags, eggshells, nut shells, seed shells, plain bread, grains, and rice. No meat, bones, or dairy. Bring in a paper or compostable bag or a reusable container and freeze your scraps. Behind Latter Library/Friends of NOPL. Wellness Wednesdays: Ideal Protein – 5-5:30pm. Majoria Drug Store, 888 Terry Parkway, Terrytown. 504-392-1551. melissa@majoria. com. www.idealmajoria.com. Community Meditation – 6-7pm. Love Offering. Unity of Metairie, 3939 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie. 504-885-7575. UnityOfMetairie. com. Compost NOW – 6-7:30pm. Free. Accept fruits and vegetables scraps, coffee grounds, tea bags, eggshells, nut shells, seed shells, plain bread, grains, and rice. No meat, bones, or dairy. Bring in a paper or compostable bag or a reusable container and freeze your scraps. Mid-City Library. Aerial Yoga: Power – 6-7pm. Get superhero strong in a fun, vibrant class that utilizes aerial hammocks to support and challenge you in traditional and unique yoga poses.

Accessible to all fitness levels – even a true beginner. $15 drop-in. Transform NOLA. 8509 Oak St, New Orleans. 985-640-2648. TransformNOLA. com. Core + More! – 6-6:50pm. Transform NOLA, 8509 Oak St. 985-6402648. mia@TransformNOLA.com. www.TransformNOLA.com. Basic/Beginners Aikido Class – 6:15-7:15pm. Practice the art of peace. First class free. NOLA Aikido, 3909 Bienville St, Ste 103, in MidCity, New Orleans. 504-208-4861. Info@NOLAAikido.com. Free Spirited Yoga – 6:30pm. Free. Join NOLA Tribe Yoga for Free Spirited Yoga every Wednesday night. Warm up 5K at 5:35pm. The Tchoup Yard, 405 Third St, New Orleans. Inner Flow Yoga – 6:30pm. Enhances lymphatic flow, digestion, immunity, balance, and relaxation. Great for beginners! $10. The Esplanade at City Park Yoga Studio, 3443 Esplanade Ave, 2nd Fl, New Orleans, LA. A Course in Miracles – 6:30pm. Facilitated by Mary Beth Ellis. Unity of New Orleans Spiritual Center, 3722 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. 504899-3390. UnityNewOrleans.org. A Course in Miracles Discussion 7pm. Join Rev Jack Fowler. Love offering. Unity of Metairie, 3939 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie. 504-885-7575. UnityOfMetairie. com. Level Up! Intermediate Yoga – 7:30-8:30pm. A challenging practice to bring you to the next level! Arm balances. Backbends. Inversions. 95 degrees. Come be playful and learn to fall in style! Yes, Yoga. 8338 Oak St, New Orleans. YesYogaNOLA@ gmail.com. YesYogaNOLA.co.

thursday Uptown Hot Vinyasa – 9-10am. New class time! A dynamic, heated flow practice. Come sweat and move like you! All levels welcome. Yes, Yoga. 8338 Oak St, New Orleans. YesYogaNOLA@gmail.com. YesYogaNOLA.co. Qigong/Dao-In – Noon. Tues & Thurs. Bring a mat. $5/class. New Orleans Healing Center, 2372 St Claude Ave, 2nd Fl Upper, Ste. 220, New Orleans. 985-467-0900 or dc@affordablehealingarts.com. Vinyasa Flow Yoga – 6-7:15pm. Free. Popp's Bandstand, in front of Morning Call in City Park. 56 Dreyfous drive. Bring a mat, a water


bottle, and a friend. Compost NOW – 6-7:30pm. Free. Accept fruits and vegetables scraps, coffee grounds, tea bags, eggshells, nut shells, seed shells, plain bread, grains, and rice. No meat, bones, or dairy. Bring in a paper or compostable bag or a reusable container and freeze your scraps. Alvar Library. Northshore Table Tennis Club 6:30-9:30pm. $5 per session. Abita Recreation District #11. 22517 Hwy 36, Abita Springs. Infinite Health Intention Board Workshop – 6:30-8:30pm. Every 2nd Thursday. $47. Infinite Health Integrative Medicine Center - 3900 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Ste 204 Metairie. Lenae.Goolsby@gmail.com, YourInfiniteHealth.com. Health & Wellness Network of Commerce Meeting – 6:30-8pm. Every 4th Thursday. Free for Members, $20 Online, $25 Door. Register for head count for the refreshments and check-in. Infinite Health Integrative Medicine Center, 3900 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, Suite 204, Metairie. Lenae.Goolsby@gmail.com, HWNCC.com. Peaceful Mamas Monthly Class for Busy Moms – 7:45-9:15pm. Wild Lotus Yoga Uptown. 504-899-0047. TeamLotus@WildLotusYoga.com. WildLotusYoga.com.

friday Tiny Trees –10-10:30am. Simple, animated poses, games, music, breathing, and meditation are all a part of this sweet, fun, class designed especially for you and your child. One adult can attend with up to two children, ages 1 to 3. $49/six classes; $10 drop-in. Transform NOLA. 8509 Oak St, New Orleans. 985-6402648. TransformNOLA.com. Happier Hour Wine Tasting – 5-7pm. Free. Spirit Wine, 3500 Magazine St, New Orleans. Jammin' Community Hot Quickie 5:30-6:30pm. Bikram-style class to music. Live DJ and Oak St. Happy Hour on the fourth Friday of every month! Donation suggested. Yes, Yoga. 8338 Oak St, New Orleans. Ye sYo g a N O L A @ g m a i l . c o m . YesYogaNOLA.co. New Orleans Spiritual Awakening Group – 6-9pm. New Orleans Spiritual Awakening Group sponsored by Homeward Bound Services. May Wen. Broadmoor Arts and Wellness, 3900 General Taylor St., NOLA. h t t p s : / / w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m / neworleansspiritualawakening. Beginners Yoga / Level 1 Vinyasa 6-7pm. Free. Broadmoor Arts and Wellness Center, 3900 General

Taylor. Bring a mat, a towel, and a water bottle along with any other props you wish to bring.

saturday Yoga on the Bayou –8:30-9:30am. Yoga Lagniappe, 3700 Orleans Ave, New Orleans. YogaLagniappe.com. Northshore Table Tennis Club – 9:30am-12:30pm. $5 per session. Abita Recreation District #11. 22517 Hwy 36, Abita Springs. Yoga and Guided Meditation –1011:30am. Yoga nidra with Katrina Zech. $15 donation. Unity of New Orleans Spiritual Center, 3722 St Charles Ave, New Orleans. UnityNewOrleans.org. Inner Flow Yoga –10am. Enhances lymphatic flow, digestion, immunity, balance, and relaxation. Great for beginners! $10. The Esplanade at City Park Yoga Studio, 3443 Esplanade Ave, 2nd Fl, New Orleans, LA. Compost NOW –10:30-12pm. Free. Accept fruits and vegetables scraps, coffee grounds, tea bags, eggshells, nut shells, seed shells, plain bread, grains, and rice. No meat, bones, or dairy. Bring in a paper or compostable bag or a reusable container and freeze your scraps. Rosa Keller Library. Level Up Intermediate Yoga –11am12:15pm. A challenging practice to bring you to the next level! Arm balances. Backbends. Inversions. 95 degrees. Come be playful and learn to fall in style! Yes, Yoga. 8338 Oak St, New Orleans. YesYogaNOLA@gmail.com. YesYogaNOLA.co. First Position Adult Beginners Class – 11:30am-12:30pm. Live Oak Dance, 8204 Oak St, New Orleans. ChristynLiveOakDance@gmail.com. Strength Palace – 2-3pm. No-pressure group exercise class for real people promoting positivity and strength for all. 4210 St Claude Ave, inside Shaolin-Do Kung Fu & Tai Chi, New Orleans.

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