Healing Guide

PMS: PMS Tea by Traditional Medicinal (found in local health food stores)
Taking a glass of warm milk mixed with one teaspoon of cinnamon serves as a valuable home remedy in the treatment of or PMS related pains. Jasmine tea, green tea, peppermint tea, chamomile tea are excellent home remedies for Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) by soothing the mind as well as the body. 

Winter Calendar
2/19: Financial Aid Support 6pm-8pm– Please share with all youth. Young people will have the opportunity to learn about the financial aid process and services available to support with their college applications. 2/26: Adult Continuing Education Workshop 6pm-8pm: It's never to late to obtain your Degree. Information will be provide on Adult College programs and financial resources' will be shared with you.

Winter HEALING JUSTICE Journal : Reproductive and Mental Health News for Young and Adult Womyn and the LGBTQ community!

Urinary Tract Health: Cran-Aid by Traditional Medicinal : While cranberry has been
well-loved as both a food and a healthful addition to the world’s herbal traditions, its power to support urinary tract health has been the particular focus of interest over the past decades

Series will be Facilitated by Jean Weiseman an organizer and Writer, who has worked in CUNY schools for over 20 years as a financial Aid counselor.  March 3rd: Casa’s 1st 2013 Healing Circle 1pm-5pm: Honoring Yemaya the Goddess of Mother Water! Welcome to our 1st Emotional Release Healing Circle for our Womyn and LGBTQ community of color. Celebrating Life! Bring or Wear white, Fruit, water, flowers, candles for our community Alter. Suggested Donation $25 includes Circle and a light Lunch (no one will be turned away) Empowerment Trainings: Registration is Required March 9-10, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM – March 16-17, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM – Sunday, March 17, 7:00 PM – Closing Dinner and Celebration !Retumba esta en CASA!: Every Thursday Through March 6-8pm: Heal through Music, Movement and self expression. For More Information Please contact us at 718-585-5540. Email: casaatabexinfo@gmail.com Face book: Casa Atabex Ache Website: www.casaatabexache.org

CASA Mission Statement Casa has rich

Female Toner: Based on the traditional combination of raspberry and nettle, with other complementary herbs like angelica root, blessed thistle and cramp bark, this tea uses a tonic approach to women’s health.

Raspberry Tea Helps tone your uterus

Lavender: Calming Frankincense: is used for meditation Myrrh: Introspective, Centering, visualizing, meditative Sandalwood: Centering Tea tree oil:used medicinally. Being a powerful antiseptic, antibacterial, and antiviral agent, tea tree's ability to fight infection is excellent.

legacy of supporting wom(y)n of color heal from internalized oppression by reconnecting with their individual and collective powers of healing and action so they may transform their lives, families and communities. Utilizing a self-healing and social justice model, Casa’s mission is to support womyn to identify the emotional, spiritual, physical and mental impact that their experiences of abuse ,neglect, oppression (sexism, homophobia, classism, racism and xenophobia, trans-phobia), violence and poverty has on their reproductive and mental health.

Winter Affirmation
The work of a Womyn visionary Is to know the past, Dream the future And take action in the Present.

Our 2013 Womyn of Color & LGBTQ Healing Arts Collective
In response to the economic crisis, Casa Atabex Ache has launched the Women of Color Healing Arts Collective to address the internalization of historical poverty and scarcity mentality that women of color have been subjected to, oppressed with and internalized. Casa is excited to be opening its healing space for women’s individual and collective economic, mental, emotional and spiritual sustainability. We are looking forward to collaborating with you to create a prosperous and abundant organization!

Our 2013 Womyn of Color & LGBTQ Healing Arts Collective

Our 2013 Womyn of Color & LGBTQ Healing Arts Collective
Standing in Our Power (SiOP) is an intergenerational network of Women of Color leaders that seeks to develop leadership models that can transform society as a whole. Inclusive and collective in nature, SiOP will amplify the voices and perspectives of Women of Color, and establish leadership frameworks rooted in our vision, values, experience, and cultural assets. SiOP is a program of Spirit in Action, a national movement building organization that works to create a positive future grounded in the values of equality, peace and justice for all.

¡Retumba! is a multi-ethnic all-female music and dance

ensemble founded in March 1981 in celebration of Women's History month. Interweaving traditional rhythms, beautiful ancient melodies, with its very own unique interpretation.

Come stretch, work out and move your body.
¡Retumba! bases its work on the music and dance of Africa, Europe, and its expressions in the Americas and the Caribbean -Puerto Rico, Cuba, The Dominican Republic.

Healing Trauma & Social Change. Creating Healing Spaces Globally

Every Thursday @ Casa Atabex Ache through
Encanto Latino believes in the natural healing power of herbal essential oils. At Encanto Latino we believe that aromatherapy soothes the body, the mind, the spirit, and the essence of individual humanity. For this reason we work to ensure that our products are made from quality materials.


Bold Rebirth

brings the voice of

Standing in Our Power & Casa Atabex Aché Presents

women of color and the LGBTQ community on the front lines as they end violence in their lives mind, body and spirit.
Resiliency Team" In response to Hurricane Sandy, In Bold Rebirth is organizing a Grassroots Healing Trauma and Crisis Response Team “On the Front Lines” a Spiritual Activist Collective, that will provide healing circles, holistic relief efforts, healing hubs, self sustainable support groups & individual counseling, alternative health care, and rebuilding practices.

The Art of Creating Your Life as You Want It
An Empowerment Workshop for Women of Color & Transgender People of Color March 9-10 and March 16-17, 2013 * New York City

“Healing Trauma Response, Recovery and

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