This exciting event (Soil to Sustenance, Mind Your Plate) will be held on March 16th, 2016 from 7:30 - 9:30 pm at the Union Project. It is a high energy interactive workshop where people will learn:
-Why soil nutrition is important and how to improve it.
During this Section of the Workshop, Students will also take home their very own potted organic edible herb with directions to care for.
-What is a proper nutrient dense diet.
Learn the basics of nutrition, and how to eat for vitality.
-How to select/source and create nutrient dense food.
Get an overview of how to ferment and sprout to maximize nutrients and absorption!
Take home a sprouting lid to get your journey started in the kitchen!
-How to eat mindfully to reduce stress and increase nutrient absorption.
Learn the fundamental aspects of mindfulness that will reverberate in all aspects of your life.
Engage in a mindful eating demonstration that will alter the way you interact with food!
Take home a mindful eating journal to help you reconnect with your practice.
7:30-9:30 at the Union Project (801 N Negley Ave., 15207). For more information and online registration ($20), go here . Registration includes a coupon book for local restaurants, markets, fitness centers, and garden centers, and there will be a raffle of neat gifts from various sponsors for some really cool items - they are keeping it a surprise! All attendees will also gain access to a 4 day online mindfulness course
About the worksop leaders:
Jessica is a certified Nutritional Therapist, the founder of Eco Nut Therapy, a certified Ecological Farmer, and has a B.S. in Sustainable Living/Living Systems and Living Soils. She also loves working with Rebel Health Tribe and the Bionutrient Food Association.
Jason is a co-founder of the mindfulness company Naked Moment, with Swami Brahmananda Saraswati. Jason has a B.S. in Sustainable Living with a specialization in Natural Building. He also has been trained to teach many aspects of meditation and is an empowering personal lifestyle enhancement coach.
Let’s transform the connection we have with our food and its origins through the soil, nutrition, and how we process and consume it. Part of our mission is to enliven the attention and process of eating and its wide impact on our environment. Humans can be a positive influence on the ecosystem. We are merging our passions in this Soil to Sustenance workshop to encourage a regenerative system by minding your plate. Each bite of food has a story.
The Soil to Sustenance, Mind Your Plate event is providing wholistic nutrition, ecological farming, and mindfulness education to the Pittsburgh area community. The funds provided by this event will be used to further spread this crucial knowledge as a means of increasing food security, food nutrition, human health, earth health, quality of life, mental health, and empowerment.