Lunch & Learn – Staying Healthy with the seasons with Emily Vogt
July 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$10 – $15
Join Emilia, a Coaches Journey of Intrinsic Health Graduate and learn how to experience more of the nourishing, soulful side of the cold season. So you can enjoy it, rather than just endure it. Does the thought of winter make you feel heavy? Does the relationship you normally enjoy with nature get interrupted during this time of year? Do you wish you could be more receptive to the gifts this season surely has to offer? Do you long to feel more uplifted and more trusting of the wisdom of the cycles of nature?
In your core – you know that winter has important gifts for you. That the dark and cold holds deep and necessary rest and replenishment and healing and wisdom for you. You know that every difficult passage holds medicine to help you grow and evolve. But how can you become more receptive to these gifts? How might you soak them in and let them work their magic? How might you be more present for the gems of the season?
January – Wnter – Staying hydrated. ydration may not seem like an important thing to do during winters, as we don’t lose a lot of sweat during cold weather. Staying hydrated may seem like an easy enough thing to do during winters, but it may not be so for a number of reasons. The dryness in the air may dehydrate our bodies quicker than we can imagine and most often we don’t even feel thirsty, so our need for adequate water may remain unmet. The effects of dehydration may be subtle and hence, less noticeable during winters, but it’s important to work preemptively to replenish the fluid reserves of the body, in order to avoid any physical discomfort in the future.
February – Spring
March – Summer
April – Fall
Besides the importance of hydration, we will also touch on Easy and Free ways to up-level Wellness routines during these Winter months.
Holistic Health Coach, Culinary Artisan and Naturalist Emilia Flor Vogt, MA.
Emilia is a Holistic Nutrition Health Coach, whole foods chef, and circle facilitator, as well as an avid gardener. Her life passion is eating healthy foods and believes that regenerating the soil and restoring our food systems is essential for the health of the environment, communities and the next generations. Emilia’s appreciation for a sustainable lifestyle enables her to be an enthusiastic instructor that enjoys sharing about Health and Wellness.
Her desire is to support and teach sustainability, strengthen community and reinforce healthy lifestyle habits. She carries a wealth of wisdom and experience as one who is devoted to natural health and well-being and her own earth-based living and ceremonial ways.
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