Learn how to nourish your body with dishes that will support your lungs and large intestines during this annual process of release, purification and protection.
Welcome to Autumn, the season associated with the elements Metal and Air.
Including the six tastes in our meal planning, we create delicious and satisfying dishes that set the stage for optimal immunity this season and throughout the year.
Never one to say 'no' to a sweet treat, my snacks and desserts are plant powered and fabulous! Using little-to-no refined sugars, my recipes are vegan, seasonal and satisfying.
Now booking dessert classes in your home or club. Get ready for the holidays!
Or attend my November Farmington Adult Education Plant-based Dessert Class.
Bring out your inner herbalist!
Learn how to make your own version of Fire Cider following your intuition and simple suggestions.
Schedule your own in-home class this month!
My classes and services are based on the five seasons, fiver energies and five elements. My Autumn/Metal Element classes have begun. Now scheduling small group classes in your home, church or club.
See my offerings at BridgeHAC, Toivo and Farmington Continuing Ed as well.
November 1st is World Vegan Day and marks the beginning of World Vegan Month!
Join me as we celebrate, share information, sample delicious vegan fare and support a growing community.
This is a FREE event and is open to the public.
ALL are welcome - non-vegans, pre-vegans, the vegan-curious and vegans alike.
Stop in after work or school and join me for a complimentary cup of tea and sample some vegan dishes.
Pick up a FREE recipe booklet generously supplied by Eden Foods.
I have also ordered informational literature from Mercy for Animals to provide for free to all who are interested.
Browse through my personal collection of vegan cookbooks from chefs all over the world to gain further inspiration.
Learn about the vegan community here in Connecticut.
World Vegan Day and World Vegan Month are annual events celebrated around the world.
Veganism benefits all sentient beings, has a hugely positive impact on our environment and reaps a host of health and economic benefits for humans.
Have questions? Just curious? Already a practicing vegan? Please stop in and introduce yourself!
This FREE event will take place in the kitchen cafe area of the Bridge Healing Arts Center.
There will be no pressure, no disturbing photos or films playing and no judgement. We are not promoting any particular business(es) and are simply providing a FREE open forum for information gathering and food sampling.
This hands-on workshop is designed for participants to learn the difference between medicinal oils, salves, and liniment from fresh or dried herbs. The workshop will cover basic information about a variety of herbs commonly found in topical applications. We will go through the process of making a salve from a medicinal oil from a selection of local grown herbs. We will also briefly cover some other common herbs that can be used for topical applications. Each participant will leave with new knowledge and their very own custom made 1 oz salve, which would be valued at approximately @ $10. Each participant will also have the opportunity to participate in making 1 oz Calendula salves to be donated to a local women's homeless shelter. This idea is based on Deb Soule's "Grow a Row" project; more information on this grassroots effort can be found at https://www.debsoule.com/projects
Pre-registration is required
Cost: $25 per attendee
Space is limited!
Thursday, November 2, 2017
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Bridge Healing Arts Center
KINDLY PREREGISTER! You must preregister so that we can ensure adequate supplies are available. Cash or checks will be accepted at the door only if you have preregistered.
To reserve your spot and preregister visit firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information contact Jeanne at 860-830-5984 or via email at email@example.com or Melody @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Melody Wright is the founder of Pleasant Valley Botanicals, a "farmlet" in Northwest CT committed to growing vibrant medicinal and culinary herbs for the local community. Melody is committed to growing, sharing and educating about medicinal herbs because of her belief in medicinal herbs as an integral parts of affordable and holistic health care and agricultural systems. Pleasant Valley Botanicals' goal is to work toward sustainable food and health care systems, and a holistic approach to health and wellness of people, plants and planet. Find out more at: www.pleasantvalleybotanicals.com
Jeanne Tennis is the owner of The Key to Balance, LLC offering classes, consultations, health coaching and cooking sessions focused on a whole food, plant-based approach following the five seasons and incorporating herbal, macrobiotic and Ayurveda wisdom. She strongly believes in the healing power of food, herbs and wild edibles having seen remarkable results both personally and in others. Her clients are empowered to transform their own health beginning in their kitchens. Find out more at www.thekeytobalance.com
The Bridge Healing Arts Center is Connecticut's first synergistic holistic health center located in Farmington, CT at 304 Main Street. It was founded to support and foster mindfulness and peace in the surrounding community. BridgeHAC is home to numerous healers and practitioners who offer a variety of approaches to achieve and maintain optimal health. Learn more about BridgeHAC and other upcoming events at www.bridgehac.com.
The Key to Balance, LLC is committed to empowering others to transform their health through education, consultation, support and networking while promoting the physical, emotional and environmental benefits of following a seasonal, whole food plant-based diet.
Jeanne is a five season chef, macrobiotic health coach, certified herbalist, organic gardener and a bold advocate with a fierce desire to help others. She strongly believes in the healing power of food, herbs and wild edibles having seen remarkable results both personally and in others.
Jeanne provides her clients with the most up-to-date recommendations for following a whole foods plant-based diet while interlacing ancient herbal, Ayurvedic and macrobiotic wisdom and traditions.
Her clients are empowered to transform their own health beginning in their kitchens.
Jeanne's customized recommendations compliment her client's preferences and any MD or nutritional guidelines they may be following.
Clients benefit from personalized, confidential attention in an atmosphere of loving kindness with continued support and encouragement.
Are you ready to take control of your health and be empowered in your own kitchen?
Our bodies strive to remain in a balanced state of health and possess an amazing ability to heal themselves!
Using the proper "keys;" information, tools and support, you'll easily step into your portal of vibrant health!
YOU hold the key to creating your own state of health!
I am merely the "locksmith" who will assist you in opening your door to health.
Let's begin today!
By making simple, and fun, changes to your shopping and eating habits, you can obtain a state of balanced health that will leave you feeling energized and radiant!
Schedule your free consultation with Jeanne today!
Free consultations are scheduled in my office at the Bridge Healing Arts Center or at a mutually agreed upon alternate site.
The Bridge Healing Arts Center, D411, 304 Main St, Farmington, Connecticut 06032, United States
I am here to meet your needs and understand how busy life gets!
Consultations and classes are booked to fit into your schedule.
Contact me today to get started.
Your initial consultation is free!