Medical research reveals that bacteria in the gut has an impact on our overall health, and that a healthy gut creates a healthy body and brain. Fiona Hughes, MD, and Kathie Young, artist, have partnered to create a 4-hour workshop that explores nutritional and creative tools to better health.
This fermenting and felting program is offered in a supportive group setting with sessions devoted to healthy gut theory, conversation, and making fermented foods with a felted cozy.
When: Sunday, November 10th
What: Learn how to ferment mango chutney and a veggie, then take them home with your original felted cozy.
Fermenting: 10:00 - 11:45
Snack: 11:45 - 12:15
Felting: 12:15 - 2:00
Where: 33 Harbour Square, Toronto
How much: $80 includes materials + snack
Fiona Hughes is a health and life transitions coach. With a medical degree from Germany and extensive training in anthroposophical medicine, she is passionate about the processes of healing, nourishing, and transforming.
Kathie Young is a graphic designer, painter, teacher, actor, student of the martial arts, and an enthusiastic advocate for preparing and eating fermented food.
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