Macro Cooking Class
Fall Season: Supporting Your Immune System

Sunday October 22nd 10am-12:30pm
With Angelica Kushi



The fall season is related to the lung and large intestine organs. In this class we will cover foods and lifestyle that support these organs and thus your health throughout the fall and into the winter months.

Not simply a diet, Macro recognizes the profound effects food, environment, activities, and attitude all have on our body-mind-emotions. As the seasons change, our diets and available foods do as well. Using macrobiotic philosophy as our foundation we will look at the foods and methods of cooking associated with this time of the year and the organs that they are linked to. We will make a variety of vegan, gluten free, macrobiotic recipes to nourish the body and inspire us in this season.

Angelica Kushi is a yoga teacher, health & wellness coach, aerial performer and stunt woman. Born and raised in a macrobiotic home, her education stems from a lifetime of living a holistic lifestyle. Her grandparents, Michio and Aveline Kushi, were the pioneer educators of macrobiotics in the USA and across the world. Combined with the scientific knowledge of her father as a nutritional epidemiologist, Angelica's unique family upbringing created the perfect foundation for holistic health steeped in science, using wisdom from east, west, ancient and modern. Her formal training is from the Kushi Institute, Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and extensive studies in yoga and Tibetan Buddhism with the Asian Classic Institute and Yoga Studies Institute. Her passion is to provide people with easy and inspiring ways to live a healthy lifestyle so they can live out their wildest dreams.


Ashtanga Yoga Practice and Philosophy:
Yamas & Niyamas

Saturday & Sunday, November 18 & 19
with Christine Hoar of Ashtanga Montauk

$75 Single Day / $150 Weekend


Saturday Nov 18th

Mysore Practice

Light Kitchari Snack

Lecture and Discussion:
Yama - the 1st limb of Ashtanga Yoga

Sunday Nov. 19th

Mysore Practice

Light Kitchari Snack

Lecture and Discussion:
Niyama - the 2nd limb of Ashtanga Yoga

Christine Hoar is the founder and director of Bristol Yoga, VT and Ashtanga Montauk, NY.

Christine has been a practitioner and teacher of the Ashtanga Yoga System for over 20 years. From 1997-2014, she served as the founder and director of Vermont’s only dedicated Ashtanga Yoga studio, Bristol Yoga. She has now moved and created a new practice space in Montauk, New York. Specializing in the integration of the Ashtanga system of asana with the principles of Ayurveda and the depth of Yogic philosophy, Christine offers students unique insights into discovering greater joy, freedom, and self-transformation. Christine has made many trips to Mysore, South India to study with her Guru, the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, and she is honored to have received his blessing and authorization to teach the Ashtanga Yoga system. Christine travels regularly to Mysore, India to continue her studies with the Jois family.

Christine is also a certified Ayurvedic life style consultant and educator by the Kripalu College of Ayurveda in Lennox, MA. As a teacher and practitioner, she is devoted to creating health and joy by fostering a sense of interconnectedness with our natural environment. Combining the practices of Yoga with that of Ayurveda, she offers students a body of wisdom designed to help them achieve vitality while realizing their full potential.




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