PRICE JUST REDUCED TO $125.00! Location: Headlands Center for the Arts
Time: 8:45AM - 5:00PM
In this retreat, you will learn to:
Decrease hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings
Help your body regulate hormones more efficiently and keep the weight off
Sleep restfully and increase your energy
Learn how to make a healing soup during a cooking demo
Find exercise that fits your lifestyle and age-range
Come experience a life-changing approach to menopause. Our day will include a light breakfast and full lunch, a presentation by Marnie, a cooking demonstration by Jessica Prentice of Three Stone Hearth, a yoga class, a short hike in the Marin headlands (weather permitting) and the wisdom of the women gathered.
What to bring and directions
- We will have a couple of extra yoga mats just in case but encourage you to bring your own
- We will have limited props available (one blanket and one strap per participant) so if you know you'll need a bolster, blocks or an extra blanket, we encourage you to bring them!
- If weather permits we may go out for a little hike in the headlands. Please bring a light jacket, sunscreen and sunhat or visor just in case.
- As always in the Bay Area (even inside) please wear layers! You never know what to expect.
- There is no cell service at Headlands, so please make sure you review directions carefully and know that you will be electronics free all day!
About our speakers:
Some information about Marnie:
Marnie Reasor, CCH, RSHom (NA) has been guiding women with natural solutions for menopause for the last ten years. She is a classically trained homeopath and was voted “Best Herbal Healing” by the San Francisco Chronicle. Women from all over the world consult with Marnie to discover how they can achieve vibrant health during hormonal transitions. Recently one of her clients said, “Before working with Marnie, my life was ruined by menopause. She helped me feel like a beautiful woman and own my life again.”
A link to her site: Resplendent Healing
Some information about Jessica:
Jessica Prentice is a professional chef, author, local foods activist, social entrepreneur, and sought-after speaker on issues related to healing our broken food system. Her book Full Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for Connection (Chelsea Green, 2006) mythopoetically explores the connections between the environment, human communities, and traditional cycles through food. She is a co-founder of Three Stone Hearth, a community supported kitchen in Berkeley that uses local, sustainable ingredients to prepare nutrient-dense, traditional foods on a community scale. Prentice is also co-creator of the Local Foods Wheel, coined the word “locavore,” and is a regular contributor to Edible East Bay. From 1997-2001 she was a Chef at the Headlands Center for the Arts, and is excited to be returning to the space she loved so much to offer this cooking demo.
Some information about Alicia:
Dr. Alicia Thomsen combines over 17 years of experience in natural medicine, as both a Chiropractor and Yoga teacher. Formally trained in Ballet, the transition from the dance studio to the yoga studio came naturally. In addition to completing the YogaWorks 500hr teacher training program under the tutelage of Nikki Estrada, Alicia led the anatomy portion of the YogaWorks 200hr program. Alicia’s teaching style includes precision of alignment and anatomical detail while encouraging students to align with their own innate healing potential.