Aerial Paragliding

Aerial Paragliding
Aerial Paragliding is listed in the Aircraft Dealers category in Cashmere, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Aerial Paragliding which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Aerial Paragliding on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

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8101 Hay Canyon Rd
Cashmere, WA 98815
(509) 782-5543

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Benjamin Jordan is an Ozone Team Paraglider Pilot who, last summer, became the first person to paraglide between Pacific and Prairie in Canada. He has taken six months to transform the lessons learned into a powerful talk and film. He'll be showing the film SUNDAY OCTOBER 15th at 6:00 at the North Bend Theatre. Ticket can be bought online, info in the links below. Website with Trailer - Tickets ($15 online, $18 at the door, $10 youth) - North Bend Theatre - 125 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend, WA Come listen to Benjamin Jordan's inspiring talk about mastering our human need for affirmation in order to navigate seas of 'Impossible.' The talk will be accompanied by a pre-release screening of "Strong The Wind Blows", Jordan's epic new documentary about overcoming years of depression by diving head-first into the wilderness adventure of a lifetime. 25% of all proceeds are going to the School of Dreams, Malawi's new and exciting, community-based Paragliding & Education Platform.
Buy tickets to Strong The Wind Blows at North Bend Theatre on Sunday, October 15, 2017 6:00 PM

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31st Annual Halloween Women’s Fly-In Chelan, WA October 28-29, 2017 Close out the 2017 flying season with one of the best fly-ins of the year--complete with flying costumes and contraptions, a little special treatment for women pilots and a potluck dinner and dance on Saturday night. Saturday is the big day for the flying, chili contest, costume contest and party. Plan to stay to fly if the weather is good on Sunday. Chelan is beautiful this time of year, with brilliant fall colors and spawning salmon visible from the air. If you have never flown Chelan, this is a great opportunity to get acquainted with this world class site in P2-friendly fall conditions. All proceeds are used to enhance and maintain Chelan Butte and Saddle Mountain for paragliding and hang gliding. Funds support road maintenance, porta potties, kiosks required by local government partners and managing agreements with landowners. * Sign in on Saturday at Chelan Falls Park anytime after 9:30 a.m. 555 1st St, Chelan Falls, WA 98817 * Party starts at 7 p.m. at the Pilot’s Lounge at the Chelan Airport, 32 Airport Way, Chelan, WA 98816. (Chili contestants may arrive anytime after 6 p.m. to set up crockpots/cookers.) * Party is potluck. Bring chili for the cook-off or some other yummy item to share. *Northwest Paragliding Club will provide beer, wine and decorations at the party. What to bring: · Chili for the Chili Cook-Off OR other potluck dish · Halloween Costume (if you’re flying in it, be sure you can see and move your legs freely) · Some $5 bills – suggested donation for having a friend drive you up the hill: $5 · Suggested donation to site maintenance fund: $30 for pilots, $15 for party guests * USHPA Membership (Non-US pilots can get signed off for a 30-day Affiliate Membership on-site for $5.) * Discover Pass for parking on launch For complete info about the event, its history, full Chili Cook-Off guidelines, visit the Halloween Women’s Fly-in page on the NW Paragliding Club website.
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Another magic day at the Ranch with Aerial Paragliding

As many of you know I’ve had some health issues I’ve been trying to figure out for years and it finally led me to take a Nutrition Therapy Practitioners course. Don’t worry, this won’t be replacing paragliding instruction, it will be an addition. There is so much contradictory and misleading information out there that I wanted to take a few minutes to share a few basic and easy steps you can make to improve your health. If you have specific issues I’d highly recommend that you seek out a nutritionist. I have come to believe that most chronic issues we face are a direct result of nutritional deficiencies and that it is bio-individually based, so you need to identify what is going to work for you specifically. Our biggest health issue is stressors, which can come from dietary sources, environmental or mental stress. Toxins from foods or exposure are obvious for their damaging effects. Mental, or daily stress, when its chronic, is damaging because it keeps us in a sympathetic or action state, instead of a para-sympathetic or rest, digest and regenerate state. Being stressed slows down digestion leading to digestive dysfunction, like acid reflux and a long list of intestinal conditions with symptoms that include stomach pain, bloating and diarrhea or constipation. Stress also suppresses the immune system and can cause blood sugar imbalances. Most of us can’t eliminate the things that cause us stress, so instead we have to change how we perceive it, meditation is a great way to achieve this, also exercise such as yoga, and practicing gratitude, to name a few. For proper digestion, how we eat is as important as what we eat. It’s ideal to eat in a relaxed state, chewing your food slowly and savoring the flavors, which will promote digestive juices, like stomach acid and enzymes, which allow us to properly digest our food. We all know how important water is but still most people are chronically dehydrated. Each day, drinking half your weight in oz, plus 1.5oz for every oz of diuretic is what the body requires. Water that’s high in minerals without or filter for chloride or fluoride is best. The next best thing we can do for our health is to reduce refined carbohydrates, such as sugar and flour. Yes, I’m afraid they are as bad as you may have heard and worse. They are empty calories and actually pull nutrients from the body during digestion. Most of us don't get a shortage of calories, but we do have nutrient deficiencies. There are too many negative effects to list here, but it’s worth noting, that current research points at excess blood glucose as the major cause of cardiovascular disease. Unrefined grains that are properly prepared, through soaking, sprouting and/or fermenting can be healthful and of course, we want plenty of fresh organic vegetables and fruits. Contrary to popular belief, and my former understanding, fat is actually good for you! Our cell membranes, hormones, anti-inflammatory compounds, not to mention our brains are made of fats, it’s also the hearts primary energy source, so we need to consume good fats to keep the body healthy. We need a balance of all types of fats, including saturated, because they all perform important functions. It’s just as important to eliminate the bad fats from the diet. The fats to avoid are the hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated, and trans fats. Also avoid any of the highly processed vegetable oils, which are most of the ones that are liquid and shelf stable, and what’s used for most fried foods. Saturated fats have gotten a bad rap but are very healthful if they’re from a good source. The kinds we require are from dairy, especially butter, that is whole, raw, and from grass fed cows and animal fats, from grass fed, pasture raised animals. Also, healthful are, unrefined organic coconut and palm oils. Saturated fats are the best ones to cook with; they are the most stable and are naturally solid at room temperature. We also require a good selection of mono and poly-unsaturated oils that contain the important Omega-3, 6’s and 9’s. You can get these fats from the food or from the extracted oil, the source is important, look for organic, unrefined and cold pressed so that these unstable oils aren’t damaged. Keeping them refrigerated and out of the light is best. The great Omega-3 fats are fish oils and flax seed. For Omega-6’s, use sunflower, sesame and pumpkin seed. For Omega 9’s, use olive, avocado and almond. Olive oil and avocado oil are only ok for cooking at low temperatures, the other vegetable or nut oils shouldn’t be heated. For protein, look for good quality meat, including organ meats, eggs and raw dairy from animals that are properly raised, pastured and grass fed, preferably 100%, and wild caught seafood. I know it’s a lot to take in, but you can start slow, just pick a couple things you can do now and add more as you notice the positive results. You’re worth the effort! I’m excited to share more knowledge with you in the future, though I’m too busy to take clients at this time, but I’ll let you know when I can! If you have concerns, especially if you’re not getting answers from conventional medicine and pharmaceuticals, I would encourage you to take action now. You can find practitioners at, the Nutritional Therapy Association. I wish you all the very best of health! Denise

Beautiful afternoon at airport ridge in Chelan.

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I promise to post more from now on! This was such a great day with a new group of pilots I had to capture it!

Beautiful fall day flying at the Ranch :-)

I was a little worried for a bit, but summer is back! Beautiful clear calm days this week :-)