Yogi Table: Stretch into the Summer Equinox & Energize with Seasonal Indian Dishes 2017-06-05T18:47:52+00:00

Yogi Table: Stretch into the Summer Equinox & Energize with Seasonal Indian Dishes

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Date(s) - 06/23/2017
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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HealthBarn USA proudly presents this exclusive upcoming Yogi Table: Stretch Into Your Summer Equinox & Energize with Seasonal Indian Dishes featuring the inspiring yogi/artist/producer extraordinaire Ben Wisch and a specially-designed authentic seasonal Indian menu by Stacey Antine, MS, RDN on Friday June 23, 2017 from 6:30 – 9:00 pm.

Ben and our founder, Stacey Antine, MS, RDN teamed up to create a dynamic workshop to celebrate the summer equinox in which participants will enjoy a guided gentle yoga practice followed by a summer seasonal Indian-inspired meal with a variety of foods and spices to boost your energy from sacred India.

This evening will help you align with your own natural energy, to empower you to make choices that promote health and well-being in all aspects of your life.  Ben provides a safe, supportive environment that enables participants to approach their practice (even beginners) as a way to feel and heal, and as an opportunity to be reminded of the beauty that exists within us all despite the chaotic world we live in!

Stacey learns authentic cooking from the experts!

After the restorative yoga session, you and the group will have the opportunity to indulge in the exotic flavors of India incorporated into this summer seasonal menu made specially by Stacey.  Earlier this year, she traveled through southern India where she helped to feed over 100,000 people in in 2 1/2 weeks!  What is the secret to ancient India’s vitality… come and taste the secrets!

What’s on the Menu:
– Energy boosting super foods served in exotic Indian dishes. Recipes will be
distributed with nutritional analyses so you can incorporate them into your healthy lifestyle!

**Dietary restrictions can be accommodated.

Who’s Invited:
– Come solo, with friends or your partner — all are welcome!
– No prior yoga experience necessary, beginners are welcome and encouraged!
– Space is limited to 16 spots, so reserve today.

Tickets are $75 per person and must be purchased in advance by reserving your space at 201-444-2955, [email protected] or click here to purchase your tickets online.

***A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Healing Meals, a nutritious food gifting program for children with cancer and their families and seniors in need.  Space is limited, reserve today.

Where Are You Dining:
– HealthBarn USA located in the stone house at 1057 Hillcrest Road, Ridgewood, NJ within the Irene Habernickel Family Park, come enjoy the comfort of a “zen” environment in a space that feels like home!

About Ben Wisch:  As a multiple Grammy Award Winning Producer and Artist, Ben brings his unique blend of artistry and musicianship along with his passionate commitment to finding the gift in each day to his Yoga Classes, Workshops, and Teacher Training Programs. Formally trained in both Iyengar and Anusara Yoga, he has a strong background in classical alignment and technique and teaches from the perspective of finding optimal balance of strength and grace in the asana practice. For a schedule of his upcoming classes, visit his Facebook Page or website.

More About HealthBarn USA:  A proven leader of healthy-lifestyle education for children and their families for more than ten years, through kids’ classes, field trips and summer camp and through our founder’s cookbook, Appetite for Life, HarperOne.  At elementary and middle school “Try it, you’ll like it!” school assemblies from New York to California; in national appearances such as the Rachael Ray Show and CNN’s House Call with Sanjay Gupta and on networks like PBS and Nickelodeon; speaking engagements from parent teacher organizations to major medical conventions; and through our website, columns and articles, we have been committed to helping families raise their nutrition literacy through hands-on learning about where our food comes from, and why fresh tastes best and is best for our bodies, minds and souls.

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