Plant-Based Macrobiotic Classes and Consultations
March 19-22, 2020
We are very excited to have Warren Kramer back in the Pacific Northwest for another workshop. Warren spent the past year closer to home, limiting his travel, and he will be doing fewer trips this year. This may be his only West Coast workshop in 2020 and definitely the only one to the Pacific Northwest.
Warren is one of the top macrobiotic teachers and counselors in the world. These lectures and cooking classes are designed to help re-ignite and re-energize your health practice whether you are new to macrobiotics or have been practicing for a while. His consultations are a great way to personalize the information and create a focused strategy for your health. Having him in Seattle is a unique opportunity!
Friday March 20, 6-8:30 pm
Dinner and Lecture: Slowing Down in a Fast Paced World
The rate of change today is the slowest you will ever experience. The pace of life continues to accelerate as technology and society change. After 25 years of regular air travel and teaching macrobiotics throughout the U.S. and abroad, Warren recognized he too was caught up in the fast lane and took an entire year off from travel to do some self-discovery. Come learn the valuable lessons learned and insights of how and why we need to take time for ourselves. This session will provide thoughts and insights from Warren’s experience that can be applied to your daily life as well as provide an opportunity for participants to do their own self-discovery. ($50, $45 if paid by 3/1)
Saturday March 21, 9:30-12:30
Cooking Class: Mediterranean Cooking!
One of his most popular cooking classes, Warren will prepare numerous delicious cuisines that will connect you to a variety of Mediterranean countries. A full meal served and recipes provided. ($50, $45 if paid by 3/1)
Saturday March 21, 1:30-3
Lecture: Bringing Life and Spark to Your Macrobiotic Practice
We all struggle in modern society with creating and maintaining health. Keeping your health practice exciting, enjoyable and fresh is not easy. In fact, it can be downright difficult. Come join us for this lecture where Warren will offer valuable insight into how to foster continued interest in keeping one’s health on a positive trajectory while continuing to make your practice interesting and dynamic. Small group discussion will allow participants to learn from each other by sharing what works and what we can create together. ($30, $25 if paid by 3/1)
Sunday March 22, 9:30-12:30
Hands-On Cooking Class:
Sparking Your Creativity in the Kitchen: Breakfast/Brunch
Warren leads an exciting participatory class where you will prep and cook amazing and delicious dishes to serve for breakfast and brunch. This is a unique and fantastic opportunity to obtain hands-on cooking practice and gain experience in how great dishes are made with guidance from one of the top macrobiotic teachers in the country. A full meal served and recipes provided. Bring an apron if you have one and we will provide cutting boards and knives. ($50, $45 if paid by 3/1)
Register for entire workshop for $170 ($155 if paid by 3/1).
All cooking classes and meals are vegan. Gluten-free is available by request.
Warren will be providing personalized consultations during his visit. This is a great opportunity to meet with him one on one to discuss your health concerns and receive expert recommendations and guidance. Appointments typically last 90 minutes for an initial consultation and 60 minutes for a follow-up. Cost is $300 for the initial visit and $250 for a follow-up visit.
Appointment times are available March 19, 20 and 22. Contact Teresa to schedule. A $100 deposit will hold your appointment time.
All events take place in a private residence in the View Ridge neighborhood of Seattle, WA. There are several Airbnb options nearby if you need accommodations.
Payable to Warren Kramer. Contact Teresa for address.
When sending payment please specify which classes you are registering for.
Please contact me if you have questions. I look forward to seeing you in March!
To learn more about Warren Kramer please visit his website at Macrobiotics of New England.