Are you the person who gets all the colds and flus that fly around the office? Feel like your immune system has been lagging in the last few years? Maybe you’ve been recently been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition, but unsure of how to proceed when it comes to foods. Are you curious to know how immunity changes as we age? This is a class for you.
At this class Cooking for Immunity, local Holistic Nutrition Practitioner Luka Symons will dive in to the ways food can support our immune health every day of the year, regardless of where we are on our life’s journey. Oh sure, this class zeroes in on the foods that can help, and emphasizes which ones hinder. But more than that, this is a cooking class. A very practical way of making your kitchen your #1 ally in Keeping Well.
Expect to walk away from this class with five recipes aiming at supporting your immune system, nourishing you deeply in order to help kick pesky things like colds + flus to the curb, all the way up to chronic disease and cancer. We’ll dive in to five recipes: a warm elixir to help ward off colds; a homemade Vitamin C rich syrup to help combat the germs; a soup to deeply nourish a convalescent friend or family member (your Bubbie would be proud); a traditional Japanese offering to help ward off cancer; ending off with a meal that will help provide your body with those ingredients you need to support protecting against cancer, and supporting optimal immune and detox function.
Come join the cooking class. It will be a most delicious time.
DATE: Saturday, April 4th
TIME: 10am-1:30pm
COST: $68
Deadline to register: March 28th
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A workshop designed to provide the tools required to effectively manage the struggles we face in our day to day lives with reduced stress and a strong sense of purpose in our personal and professional endeavours. This is an opportunity to participate in a comprehensive, science-based program that equips parents and educators with fundamental tools to help them navigate their own internal world before taking on the challenge of passing these skills on to students and children. Presented by Amanda Sheehan, AtentaMente Facilitator/Trainer.

DATES: Tuesdays, March 17th-April 21st
TIME: 6-8pm
COST: $60
Deadline to register: March 10th
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Stop The Cycle, End the Madness

The Undiet Approach has nothing to do with what you’re eating, and everything to do with what you are doing. The best part is it compliments most programs, this is not a DIET. This 8 module course creates lasting mental changes and shifts that set you up for with the skills to see long term changes. Want to say good bye to the bounce back of weight loss programs, then you definitely want these skills in your back pocket. Each week you will be introduced to a new skill to add to your tool box that you can implement to help you achieve lasting success.

DATES: Wendesdays, February 19th to March  18th
TIME: 7-8pm
COST: $75
Deadline to register: February 12th
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Are you interested in researching your family history? Have you been researching but aren’t sure if you are doing it right? Learn basic genealogy skills so you can do your family history like a seasoned researcher! Learn how to organize information, set goals, find records, evaluate your findings, and decide which records to find next.  All participants should prepare come with ancestor they want to find more information about. Presented by Tara Shymanski a professional researcher and lecturer. She has a Bachelor of Arts in History, and is a graduate of the National Institute for Genealogical Studies – Canadian Records.

DATE: Saturday, March 7th
TIME: 1:30-3pm
COST: $40
Deadline to register: February 29th
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