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Transforming our Relationship with Food with Dorit

  • Path to Vibrant Health 4 Fort Hill Road East Sandwich, MA 02537 United States (map)

Come be with The Chef, DORIT for an exhilarating evening!

This workshop will explore: 

  • How certain foods affect our mood  

  • How mood affects our food choices, and  

  • How do we break the cycle/patterns of unconscious stuffing or munching.  

$15 Online registration. Deadline: Wednesday, October 5th at 9:00pm  
$20 At the door. (Cash or checks, please.)  
For planning purposes,  Online registration is most appreciated. Thank you!

Be prepared for a fun, relaxed, yet highly charged experience with hands on exercises, samplings and recipes to once and for all begin to change the cycle of mood swings or patterns and poor nutritional food choices.  

Dorit

After this extremely eye-opening workshop, we will be know that what we eat can and does affect how we feel emotionally, mentally and physically.  It is therefore suited for the entire population: Meat eaters, vegetarians, vegans, diabetics, chronic pain sufferers, raw living food enthusiasts, etc. 

The workshop is being offered as part of Dorit's latest book tour:  Recipes for a Serene Life. 

The Chef.....

Simply known as DORIT, a very vivacious and exuberant lover of LIFE, with a very prolific resume and a long list of celebrity clients. Dorit is a much sought after presenter at conferences, expos, panels and radio shows.  She was the founder and Executive Director of the very innovative Green Lifestyles Network and Green Lifestyle TV (Internet) Channel and hosted a talk show called Recipes For a Life on www.iamhealthyradio.com.

As a Certified Movement Analyst/Therapist, Dorit was the innovator and founder of the Movement Therapy Department at Canyon Ranch Spa in the Berkshires where she introduced Pilates & Gyrotonics.

Dorit is well known for bringing high energy and healing foods into the forefront. She is also a strong advocate for paying attention to all our lifestyle changes that will help stem the ever increasing anthropogenic climate change.