Friday Evening lecture: Finding that Natural Balance
Weight issues have become an epidemic problem in the U.S. It has become increasingly difficult for people to maintain a healthy weight throughout their lives. Fad diets, calorie restriction, binging, eating disorders, surgery, laxatives, excessive exercise and so many other means of managing weight are being used by millions of people. In this timely lecture, Warren offers a simple, commonsense approach to maintaining our "normal" body weight while addressing both over and underweight conditions. You will gain a better understanding of the nature of balance in your life.
Saturday Cooking Class: Favorite Dishes From "Ethnic Night" Dinners
Five years ago in Boston one of Warren's students suggested he show macrobiotic cooking that truly represented traditional cooking and dishes from around the world. Every month since then Warren has taken a different country and prepared a meal that represents that country's cuisine. In this special class Warren will teach some of the favorite dishes from these ethnic night meals. A real treat!
Saturday Lecture: Seeing Your Health and Guiding Your Life with Visual Diagnosis
One of the goals of macrobiotic practice is to gain the tools to be able to guide one's life. To make smart choices in diet and lifestyle to live healthfully. The art of diagnosis is to be able to see one's own health and overall direction. Many cultures long understood that the outside of the body shows the condition of inside the body, a simple reflection.
In these two dynamic afternoon sessions, Warren will explain the most important aspects of visual diagnosis and how to see our own health. The second lecture will have an interactive, participatory component to it. One of the most important aspects to holistic health is understanding how to see one's own "condition" and then make appropriate adjustments. A fascinating afternoon!
Full macrobiotic lunch and afternoon tea are included.
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