Thursday, April 15, 2010

The Art of Visual Diagnosis

Warren talks about the class we'll experience on Friday, April 16th, from 7 to 9 pm

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See Leslie's website for more details

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Myths and Misconceptions about Macrobiotics and Nutrition

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Would you like to find a new level of health and vitality? Warren Kramer shares how the understanding of macrobiotic principles can transform your health and lead you to an even more amazing life. This lecture will take place on Thursday, April 15th, 2010. See Leslie's website for more information.

Nature is Connection to Health

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Cooking Class: Adjusting to Warm Weather and Tropical Climates

The recipes taught in Saturday's Cooking Class (that's 4/17/2010) will be:
  • Corn Chowder
  • Mediterranean Style Barley Salad
  • Fresh Chickpea Salad
  • Asian Salad with Sesame Dressing
  • Red and Green Mixed Veggies
  • Glazed Pineapple and Strawberries
Sound good? Come join us!

For more info, and to register go to Leslie's website

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Warren Kramer Seminar

After coming for the first time in October of 2009, Warren Kramer, an internationally renowned senior macrobiotic educator and health counselor will be back to teach us more!

Enjoy a variety of ways to participate, including:

Lectures/Cooking Classes The goal of practicing macrobiotics is freedom and happiness. Without our health, we are not free to live our lives as we wish. Macrobiotic education teaches principles we can use to guide our own lives. Yin and Yang, or the complementary and antagonistic aspect of all of life, are at the core of much of macrobiotic education. It is the study of change.

Lectures will include:

1) Myths and Misconceptions About Macrobiotics and Nutrition $30, Thursday April 15, 7 to 9 pm

2) How to See Your Health; The Art of Visual Diagnosis $30, Friday April 16, 7 to 9 pm

3) Application of the Five Transformation Theory to Discharge Past Foods $30, Saturday April 17, 9:30 to 11:30 am

4) Fifty Ways to Love Your Liver $30, Sunday April 18, 1:30 to 4:30 pm

Cooking Class will be:

Seasonal Cooking for Warm Weather and Tropical Climates $50, Saturday April 17, 1:30 to 4:30 pm

Click on the lecture or cooking class title above to learn more and to pay. It will take you to a separate page with the course description and PayPal button.

Health Consultations Schedule a one-on-one meeting with Warren Kramer to discuss your particular needs and to receive individualized recommendations for how to strengthen or regain your health.Your recommendations are specific to you and based on macrobiotic principles of health and well-being. A limited number of personal consultations with Warren are available. They can be scheduled Wednesday (the 14th), Thursday (the 15th), Friday (the 16th), and Sunday (the 18th) and will be held at a private residence in Manoa.

Health Consultation Prices and Details

All classes will be held at Pan American MOA Foundation, 3510 Nuuanu Pali Drive Please see Leslie's website for all the payment and registration details

Easy Whole Foods Cooking for Busy People (8-week series)

Easy Whole Foods Cooking for Busy People (8-week series)
**discounted class fee!**

When: Begins May 2ndKeiki Seminars
Taught by: Leslie Ashburn
Fee: $160/series; $30/class

Are you int
erested in healthy eating but not quite sure how to practice it? Are you overwhelmed by the task of cooking for your family?

This is the cooking class for you.

This 8-week series is intended to provide a very approachable and affordable way to commit to your cooking journey.

Leslie's vegan macrobiotic cooking classes are for people who seek a healthier lifestyle and a natural approach to diet and healing. Learn how to bring more balance, flexibility, and joy into your life through the power of food. In each class, you will discover the importance and health benefits of a whole foods plant-based diet. Only the freshest, organic, seasonal ingredients are used in a variety of sumptuous and enticing ways. The recipes shared in the class are easy to prepare, even if you have just a little bit of cooking experience.

Classes include an introductory lecture, demonstration, recipes and educational material. The atmosphere is casual, interactive, and friendly. All questions welcomed during the cooking classes. We sit down to enjoy a delicious taste of the food, followed by cooperative cleanup.

Series includes recipes for:
grains
beans
sea veggies
greens
root veggies
round/ground veggies
soup
dessert

Early Registration is required. The entire series is $160. You can sign up ala carte for $30/class.