Because I want to be able to share this joy with as many people as possible, I’ve scheduled a bunch of events for this fall. There’s something for everyone’s schedule and pocketbook, from a full day mini-retreat to hour and half workshops. I really hope you can make at least one of these. Even better, come to all of them! Each one will cover different material.
September 22, 5:30—8:30pm at Family Traditions, Stone Ridge, NY
Harvest Feast Cooking Class—this will be a full three course meal cooking demonstration, followed by a celebration feast.
October 4, 7:00—9:00pm at Family Traditions, Stone Ridge, NY
Holistic Performance workshop features mindfulness, movement, and nutrition practices and tips.
October 5, 10:00am—4:00pm Regain your Balance mini-retreat in Stone Ridge, NY
Give yourself the gift of a full day of revitalization and nourishment for the mind, body, and soul with me and two other amazing presenters.
October 9, 7:00—8:30pm Eating for Energy at the Chinese Healing Arts Center, Kingston, NY
What would your life be like with an abundance of energy and vitality? Learn what factors rob you of your energy and which foods are best to eat to increase your energy.
October 23, 7:00—8:30pm Beating the Sugar Blues at the Chinese Healing Arts Center, Kingston, NY
Are you constantly craving sweets and want to understand why? Do you want to gain control without deprivation? Sugar is negatively affecting your health and happiness. You will leave this class understanding the causes of your sugar cravings and you’ll receive practical tools for dealing with them.
November 6, 7:00—8:30pm What’s all the Fuss about Probiotics? at the Chinese Healing Arts Center, Kingston, NY
Hippocrates said, “All disease begins in the gut.” Learn what’s going on in there, why intestinal health is so important, and whether eating Activia occasionally will do the trick.
November 20, 7:00—8:30pm Healthy Holiday Menus at the Chinese Healing Arts Center, Kingston, NY
Do you wish for easier, healthier, less stressful holidays? In this class, we’ll discuss healthier, whole food substitutions for traditional holiday foods, as well as ways to actually increase your joy around cooking and sharing meals.