CW Seasonal Wellness Workshops ~ Spring Series

Greetings and Bright Blessings!

Class One in the Chrysalis Woman Spring Wellness Series is just around the corner!

Friday, February 11th, 2011

5-9pm in Paloma ~

Come into rhythm with the Seasons!

Are you ready for a change? Is eating healthy a new concept for you or one you are ready to make a commitment to?

Are you interested in learning more about where your food comes from and how to transition to healthier choices and a more sustainable experience?

How about learning how each seasonal change affects your body and how eating locally creates inner alignment with these shifts

With the New Year just beginning, now is the perfect time to initiate changes in your relationship with how food enters your home.

In this workshop we’ll discuss the following:

Seasonal food cycles

The terms local, organic and sustainable

How eating locally aligns your body with seasonal energies

Our current food system, what it takes to sustain it and how it depletes natural resources

How to make the transition from eating food from afar to eating from our regional foodshed

Learn about Community Supported Agriculture and the benefit to you, your family, community and the Earth

Receive information on local resources, farms and CSA’s and the simple steps you can take to begin now

AND you’ll craft your own regional Food Wheel that will help you transition from one season to the next

Workshop includes a simple, local, handmade organic dish, herbal infusions, handouts of local resources and seasonal recipes!

Cost ~ $30

Contact Ayla at chrysaliswoman or call (209) 772-0511 to register ~

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