Personal Ecology of Place: Developing a Relationship with Your Place on Earth


I am excited to announce a donation-based class I am offering through a partnership between the French Broad Food Co-op and Lexington Avenue Arts and Fun Festival to tie in with this year's LAAFF theme - URBAN POLLINATORS

Thursday, September 3rd, 5:30 - 7:00 pm at the Movement and Learning Center at the French Broad Food Co-op, 90 Biltmore Ave., Asheville, NC. 

Whether you are a city dweller, suburban neighbor, or rural resident you can cultivate a relationship with the natural world that surrounds you that will support you in being grounded in your own wellness, as well as heighten your awareness of and commitment to the beauty and gifts of your very own eco-system. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed by the scope of environmental issues facing us and tune out because the problems feel so big, and most of us live very busy lives that keep us distracted from practices that bring us into harmony with the natural world. Both of these tendencies increase our sense of being disconnected - from ourselves, our communities, and the Earth. During this class learn appealing, enchanting, but simple and manageable practices that will help you tune back into your place on the planet and ultimately to yourself.

As a co-collaborator with LAAFF and president of the Board of Directors of the FBFC, it is my honor to have the opportunity to bring some of my Earth-based wellness work to my community. Please contact me if you have any questions. 

Class is located in the Movement and Learning Center of the French Broad Food Co-op, up the stairs which are located to the right of the entrance/exit facing Biltmore Ave. Ask the staff if you have any trouble finding it!