April 9, 2015
Eating with the Season: Ayurvedic Recipes, Herbs and Spices to Support the Transition into Spring
Ayurveda offers many gentle healing techniques for improving health and well-being, and for detoxifying your body and getting it ready for the warmer months. This hour-long free workshop will begin with a brief introduction to the history and philosophy of Ayurveda. Participants will sample and learn how to make a number of seasonal (spring) Ayurvedic dishes, and the instructor will discuss common kitchen herbs that can be made into delicious teas and spice blends to aid in our transition out of the long winter. The instructor, Emily Celeste Watts, is currently completing her certification as an Ayurvedic Health Counselor at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda. In addition to foods for the spring season, Emily will talk about daily Ayurvedic routines and practices that can help our bodies get read for spring.
Plan to join us for this free class, and take away a host of recipes and techniques to celebrate the spring season!
Emily Celeste Watts
Here are some spring Ayurvedic tips from Yogi Times. http://www.yogitimes.com/article/change-of-season-spring-ayurveda-tips-vikruti
And a pinterest page on the topic https://www.pinterest.com/IYAE/i-practice-ayurveda/
April 10, 2015
It’s our third annual Grilled Cheese Day, this year on Friday, April 10. We will have details to come – but for now just plan on scrumptious grilled cheese sandwiches made with local artisan cheeses and our own breads, and our house-made creamy tomato soup. MMM!! On the hot bar all day 11:30 am-7:30 pm.
April 22, 2015
April 22 at 1 pm. Our friends from the Center for EcoTechnology (CET) will provide information and practical advice on renewable energy sources, including wind and solar sources, for homeowners and businesses. They will also discuss the incentives available through MassSave to Massachusetts residents who are interested in purchasing renewable energy. Wild Oats will research incentives that might be available to residents of Vermon and New York, so this workshop will be relevant to any of our customers who are interested in learning more about renewable energy sources. This workshop is free and open to all.
May 9, 2015
Join us on Saturday morning, May 9, for a free composting workshop for the home gardener with the Center for EcoTechnology. Find out how easy it is to compost, and start turning your organic waste into a rich, toxic-free fertilizer for your garden and lawn. Meet in the Wild Oats cafe at 10 am. If the weather is good we will hold the workshop outdoors. Space is limited and preregistration is recommended. To register, please call (413) 458-8060 or email email@example.com. A signup sheet will go out around May 1. Compostable refreshments will be served! This workshop is free and open to all.