Food n’ Mood: Winter wisdom from Chinese medicine
Bracing for the Winter blahs? Dreading the dumps? There’s hope!
This January, come to my first FREE seasonal “Food n’ Mood” workshop, hosted at Laurentina’s Improv Club. Chinese medicine offers time-tested wisdom for rolling with the punches, going with the flow, and balancing yourself through the different seasons. Winter is the season of the kidney-adrenal system, a critically important foundation for the whole body, how we flourish, and how we cope with stress. Learn to use Winter to nourish and rejuvenate your kidney-adrenals, and yourself.
Bring with you: whatever you feel like eating for dinner that day – home-cooked, store-bought, take-out, whatever. Don’t worry, you won’t have to share it with anyone!
You’ll leave with: helpful recipes, tips, meditations, and a newfound appreciation (or at least tolerance!) of Winter.
When: Thursday, January 19, 6 – 8 pm
Where: 51 Kensington Avenue (North of Dundas)
RSVP if possible: firstname.lastname@example.org
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