FREE class for Essential Oils

On Saturday, September 23rd, Belmars will be hosting a FREE class for Essential Oils. Saturday, September 23rd 10:00am - 12noon Belmars, 5 Prospect Avenue, White Plains, NY Are you stressed out? Trouble sleeping? Muscle aches? Looking for a natural way to uplift your mood? doTERRA Essential Oils to the rescue!!! They help with all of this and so much more! Come enjoy a 10-minute aromatherapy meditation followed by an empowering lesson in how to "make-over your medicine cabinet" with natural solutions, you'll have some fun getting to sample many of them and we'll have a raffle, as well! If you’re interested in coming to this FREE class of essential oils for relaxation and a healthier lifestyle, please register with Peter at...

FREE Introduction Capoeira Class

Capoeira comes to Belmars Sunday, September 17th 4:00pm - 5:00pm Belmars, 5 Prospect Avenue, White Plains, NY For students of all abilities to develop strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, rhythm and endurance through engaging in fun movement- and music-based activities. RSVP online at http://bit.ly/2xwrWRZ For more information, visit: www.cainacapoeira.com...

An old man and a marathon

Day 1, Week 1: I have been putting off training, now I'm getting nervous thinking about the pain in-store for me. Today was my first training run towards the NY marathon on November 5th 2017. I had planned on running 8 miles but, had to stop after 6. My chicken legs refused to respond. I stopped and walked home. I created a million and one reasons of genuine belief in why I didn't have to start training earlier for this race, now time has flown by. I have no more excuses, I transgress, there is always one more excuse, I can put the race off until next year. Lets see how I feel in...

Thailand Club Trip 2017

Thailand club trip 2017 report by Rashaun Leslie, Danny D and Robert Mondo Rashaun Leslie Danny D Robert Mondo Rashaun Leslie Visiting Thailand was one of the most amazing, enriching experiences I’ve ever had in my life. A country robust of culture, hospitality, and adventure, Thailand is one of my favorite countries I’ve visited. My journey began with my flight with Emirates (which is hands-down the greatest airline I’ve ever flown!). They provided us with the utmost comfort during our 22-hour ordeal. We were inundated with so much food and entertainment that the two-legged journey didn’t feel as long. We arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport (aka BKK) and made our way to our hotel in Bangkok. We stayed at Pinnacle Lumpinee Park Hotel, and I was quite satisfied with my stay. My room was quiet and comfortable, and every morning, we were greeted by birds at the front entrance. The breakfast buffet was highly delectable, serving a mix of Thai and Western dishes. The rooftop bar was a comfortable space to sit down and have a couple of beers (Singha and Chang my personal favorite), while watching the Bangkok skyline. Our first full day in Bangkok consisted of tours of various marketplaces through our tour guide and new friend, Teya. The first one we visited, Samut Songkhram, was filled with unique Thai foods, fruits, and treats. My personal favorites were the fresh pineapple and khanom krok, a coconut-rice pancake, filled with sweetened condensed milk and scallions, cooked on a cast iron skillet. We then made our way to a traditional Thai household, where the family showed us the activities of...