Crown Chakra Workshop
January 23, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - January 23, 2019 @ 8:30 pm
The Crown (or Sahasrara) Chakra is associated with contentment and connection to divine consciousness. It is said that gratitude attracts more things to be grateful for, so this workshop will focus on breaking down the blockages that are thought to be caused by stresses and disappointments in order to attempt to tune into luck and fulfillment. Tickets are free, but required and can be reserved here. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Asheesh Gupta is a spiritual coach & holistic therapist who educates the public about the mantra of living, chakras and chakra meditations. He specializes in physical, mental and spiritual healing through counseling, Rudraksha & gemstones.
Intro to CBD and Full Spectrum Hemp
February 20, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - February 20, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
Chances are you've heard of CBD and other hemp products being used to treat a variety of health issues, but is it safe? How is it made? This class will cover the history of hemp, explain what full spectrum hemp extract is and how it works, discuss the endocannabinoid system's role in our bodies, and how these products can help you and your family live a better life. Participants will leave the class with a better understanding of CBD products and if they are right for them, as well as what to look for when choosing a product. TICKETS are $5 for general admission and $3 for owners and can be purchased here. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Malone is a reflexologist who has been a proponent of natural products most of her life. She began researching CBD oil when her mother was diagnosed with cancer, and has been using it herself for the past year. When doing this research, Lisa reached out to Brian Furnish, one of the founders of Ananda Hemp. Impressed with the quality of their products and the transparency of their process, she decided to join their team. Lisa believes hemp is a game changer for our nation's farmers and is excited to be involved in such an exciting, new industry that is helping people live a better life.
Carnegie at the Co-op – So, You Want to be a Writer?
February 27, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - March 13, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
Writing is a creative, enriching, important and fun endeavor. It can also be hard, frustrating, intimidating and tedious. You’ll enjoy this class whether you want to write for fun, pen your family’s story for future generations or become a published author. We’ll explore ways to become a successful writer (however you define success) and tools and habits that can help. You’ll also learn about current trends and learn from your fellow class participants. And, you’ll do some writing! Led by Lisa Haneberg, author of over twenty traditionally and self-published fiction and nonfiction books. This is an all levels, three-part workshop taking place on consecutive Wednesday evenings (February 27, March 6 & March 13) from 6-7:30 pm in Good Foods Co-op's Community Room. Tickets are $34 for Co-op Owners/$40 for general admission and can be purchased in-store at the Hospitality Desk or online at Eventbrite.
Carnegie at the Co-op – Eating Your Words
April 17, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - May 8, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
Using food as a central theme, we explore all manner of literary expression, from poetry to prose, personal essay to genre fiction, biography to pulp fiction. A sci-fi thriller about the theft of avocados? An ode to the oyster? A memoir of a noodle-slurping childhood? A monologue from the point of view of a poached egg? The possibilities are endless. And delicious. This is an all levels, four-part workshop taking place on consecutive Wednesday evenings (April 17, 24, May 1, 8) from 6-8 pm. Tickets are are $60 for general admission, $52 for Co-op Owners and can be purchased at the Hospitality Desk or on Eventbrite. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR Dan Wu is the owner and head dishwasher at Atomic Ramen. He juggles his nascent restaurant with community service, writing, podcasting, and cosplaying.