Free Cooking Classes This Spring!
Join us during the weeks of April 29 or May 6 and receive a free, 2-hour, Mediterranean inspired cooking class with one of our registered dietitians, when you purchase our NEW metabolic health coaching package!
After your morning class, you’ll head to the beautiful Inn at Weathersfield to prepare a complete meal before sitting down together to enjoy the fruits of your labor. You will be back at Green Mountain at Fox Run in time for your afternoon classes.
We will experiment with whole grains, fresh herbs, colorful fruits and vegetables, plant-based proteins like nuts and legumes, different seafood sources, and more.
You’ll learn why the Mediterranean style of eating is often promoted as being so health-supportive (hint: it’s not just about the food!) and how to make simple, tasty, and nutritious dishes that you can easily incorporate into your routine at home.
What you’ll get:
- A really fun and unique learning and dining experience.
- An opportunity to have your food and nutrition questions answered by one of our staff experts.
- The chance to further cultivate your culinary skills and boost your food prep confidence.
- All of the featured recipes (plus a few more!) to create this meal back at home.
Only 6 seats available, reserve your space soon!
Limit of 1 cooking class per participant.
Due to scheduling conflicts, this promotion is not available to first-week Pathway participants.
Most dietary restrictions can be accommodated. If you are interested and have dietary restrictions please call us for more information.
DANA NOTTE, MS, RD, CD
Dana has dedicated her career to helping individuals establish a balanced and healthy relationship with food. She has extensive training and experience in coaching for behavior change, mindful eating, and motivational interviewing. Dana has spent years leading group-based behavior change classes, developing and leading interactive workshops for worksite wellness programs, and providing nutrition counseling to individuals struggling with eating, weight, and chronic health conditions.View full bio
Ruth Goldstein, MS, RD
Ruth Goldstein is a Registered Dietitian whose primary focus is on whole foods nutrition and helping patients set practical goals that reflect their lifestyle and health needs. She believes patients are experts in their own lives and joins with them on their healing journey to provide support, encouragement, and direction. Ruth specializes in gut health, digestive issues & IBS, eating with chronic disease including Lyme and autoimmune disorders, disordered eating, emotional overeating, mindfulness, self-care, stress management and whole foods nutrition.View full bio
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