Food n' Mood: Winter wisdom from Chinese medicine

Thursday, January 19, 2012 - 23:00 to Friday, January 20, 2012 - 01:00

Bracing for the Winter blahs? Dreading the dumps? There's hope!

Come to a free seasonal "Food n' Mood" workshop with Pauline Sok Yin Hwang. Chinese medicine offers time-tested wisdom for rolling with the punches, going with the flow, and balancing yourself through the different seasons. Winter is the season of the kidney-adrenal system, a critically important foundation for the whole body, how we flourish, and how we cope with stress. Learn to use Winter to nourish and rejuvenate your kidney-adrenals, and yourself.

Bring: your dinner - take-out, store-bought, home-cooked, whatever. (Don't worry, you won't have to share it with anyone!)

You'll leave with: helpful recipes, tips, meditations, and a newfound appreciation (or at least tolerance!) of Winter.

Cost: Free
Info / RSVP: http://paulinehwang.ca

 

Laurentina's Improv Club
51 Kensington Avenue Sorry location is on the second floor and not wheelchair accessible.
M5T 2V7 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 14.0616" N, 79° 24' 0.8748" W
Ontario CA
Pauline Hwang

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