Healthy Food Cooking Class at Tree Top Yoga
Nikki Jencen, a certified holistic health coach and owner of eNVy You, will host an evening dinner party—Giving Thanks for Healthy Food—from 5 to 8 p.m., November 10, at Tree Top Yoga Studio, in Lisbon. Jencen will prepare some of the season’s best foods in a healthy way, emphasizing that the holidays can be a time of rejoicing in gratitude for natural, whole foods, rather than feeling guilty. The evening includes dinner, wine and healthy tips and tools that will prepare attendees for the season of eating.
Owned by Cindi and Jim Schickert, Treetop Yoga studio offers yoga and other classes and events, such as angel circles, intention circles, Reiki sessions, energy exchanges, meditation and cooking/nutrition classes.
Jencen provides healthy catering, one-on-one and group health coaching and in-home cooking parties that create fun, innovative gatherings for friends to discover the latest trends in nutrition and healthy cooking.
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Cost: $30 per person or $55 for two. Location: N93 W25173 Bittersweet Dr., Lisbon. For more information, to register (by Nov. 7) or to book an in-home party, call 262-613-8267, email EnvYouHealth@gmail.com or visit EnvYouHealth.com.
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