34th Senior Ladies Day

Woman Care Trust successfully celebrated their 34th Senior Ladies Day on 30th April 2018 at Learning Centre. About 110 ladies attended the event. As usual we started our function with reciting holy prayer “Chaupai Sahib Path”. Prayer impacts our spiritual practice at three levels, action, thought and attitude: Peace of Mind – This is perhaps the most desired emotional gift we can receive through prayers.After prayers ladies did some exercise under the supervision of yoga instructor Paramjit Kaur. Exercise has been shown to improve your mental health and wellbeing, Manage your weight, Keep your heart healthy, reduces anxiety and depression, and helps prevent mental health problems and improves your muscular and cardiorespiratory fitness After that refreshment of Tea and snack was served to the ladies .Later after doing exercise Dr Kamal from Naturopathy shared useful information on benefits of wheat grass and ways to cure diseases with the help of wheat grass. Dr Sandhu guided ladies ways to grow wheat grass at home and helped them in keeping healthy. Ritu from Little Climbers were present at the event to shared information with the ladies about how they can earn money while looking after their grandchildren.After that ladies played some traditional games. These games boosts Cognitive Abilities. Improves physical health, increases socialization, accelerates healing and recuperation. There are smiles and laughter among the participants which help the ladies in overcoming depression and loneliness from their life. WCT then distributed prizes to the game winners to keep them motivated and feel energetic. After playing games Indian curry, rice and desert was arranged for the ladies, they really enjoyed eating together with their friends. Spending time with the ladies improves their social network and kept them engaged. All the ladies witnessed the successful celebration of the Seniors Ladies Day and also this achievement is another step for Woman Care Trust in achieving its goal of Woman’s Wellbeing and Community Development.