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Back to the Basics – How to Be a Healthy Human
January 28 @ 11:00 am - 5:30 pm$75.00
Dorie Morales, publisher of Green Living Magazine, Suzette Smith, founder of Garden Goddess Ferments and Gainey Village Health Club & Spa extend an invitation to immerse yourself in a revolutionary wellness journey at Back to the Basics – How to Be a Healthy Human on Jan. 28, from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Gainey Village Health Club and Spa in Scottsdale. The event aims to redefine New Year‘s resolutions around personal health, providing a unique perspective on well-being and a more sustainable lifestyle.
Known for her mastery of fermented foods and the owner of Phoenix’s first fermented food manufacturer, Smith will share her decades-long knowledge of sauerkraut and kvass during her Fermentation 101 class. Attendees will ferment their own B, C and Dill (broccoli, cauliflower and dill) using a hands-on kit and learn to kick the sugar out of condiments to create their own fermented mustard, ketchup and ranch dressing.
Morales will lead a seminar on “Simple Solutions to Attain an Eco-Conscious Life” by providing a peek inside her inspiring eco-chic home. She’ll offer approachable ideas for conscious living, provide information on how to make small changes that make a big impact on the planet. She will have a show and tell experience of eco conscious products.
The Village Health Clubs & Spas, the premier healthy lifestyle clubs in Arizona, will hold demonstrations of aerial yoga, meditation, and traditional yoga. With four Valley locations, the Village Clubs have provided the community a place to get fit, rejuvenate and be social for 30-plus years. Each club has over 82,000 square feet, offering members weight training, cardio, court sports, pickleball, swimming and so much more. Additionally, the clubs offer chiropractic, physical therapy, nutritional and MedSpa services to reinforce their dedication to overall wellness.
Other notable participants include Dr. Rick Jacoby, author of Sugar Crush, whose event talk is titled Un:Glued – How Stem Cells Dissolve the Effects of Sugar; Lisa and Jennifer Kaiser of Pinedora Farms who will share tips to master the art of raising backyard chickens and saving seeds; and Tessa Gurley of Enliven Wellness with advice on how to be self-sustainable on a budget. The day’s agenda also includes a plethora of other scientific workshops, including The Power of the Microbiome and insights into The State of Our Food Supply from a local farmer’s perspective.
The event concludes with an enigmatic Healthy Happy Hour, featuring live music by 24th Street Jazz from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are available for $75 per person.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit greenlivingmag.com.