It’s finally happening.
When I setup my blog I thought about what I wanted to blog about. I wanted to share my passion on yoga, and I wanted to share my lifestyle with healthy eating and recipes. When I got some advice from my friends a lot of them told me I should just focus on one so that I will give a “clear image” of what and who I am. I struggled for a little while, and finally I decided I don’t care about the “image”. I just want to share whatever matters to me.
For the longest time I have been wanting to do a workshop combining yoga and healthy eating. Sure, there are so many retreats that do exactly that, in which I would also like to do sometime soon in the future.
However, instead of being “fed” a nice healthy meal after your yoga class, what I am more interested in doing is to organise a cooking workshop so people can not just eat healthy food, but also to learn how to make them. That is what leads to a sustainable healthy lifestyle – is when you can cook and make your own healthy meals for yourself and your family and friends.
I share a lot of recipes on my blog, but I am just an amateur chef. Although some day I think I would love to run a yoga + cooking workshop myself I thought I would pair up with some professionals in the field to handle the cooking workshop.
I am so excited to present that I will be partnering up with Tanja, a certified Nutritionist from Nutrition Nation Hong Kong for a Restorative Sunday event at one of my favourite cooking studio Umami Concepts on Bonham Street along the escalator.
I will lead a rejuvenating restorative yoga practice followed by a cooking workshop with Tanja, who will teach you how to make two healthy, nutritious energy snacks. During the demonstration, Tanja will also have an interactive health quiz! Whole milk or skimmed? Come and find out the answer!
Come join us.
Date: June 28, 2015 (Sunday)
Time: 11:30 – 13:30
Venue: Umami Concepts, 2F, 35 Bonham Road, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
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Restore, refuel, recharge.
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