Raw Food Bali is thrilled and extremely grateful to be able to bring you this unique, inspirational Raw Food Workshop.
A Food Yoga Workshop with The Food Yogi a.k.a. Paul Rodney Turner
Saturday May 11, 10 AM – 3 PM
Paul Rodney Turner, otherwise known as the Food Yogi, will be in Bali for a short time promoting his new book, Food Yoga: Nourishing Body, Mind & Soul, and has kindly provided Raw Food Bali with the opportunity of helping him organize a one day workshop, during which he will share some of the knowledge from his book and his wizardry in the kitchen.
The Mission of the Workshop
To inspire you to eat and live more consciously, by helping you make your food choices and your relationship with food an integral part of your spirituality. And to teach you some delicious Raw Food Recipes!
By teaching you how to nourish your mind, body and spirit via reconnection with the five principle energies that comprise our universe; Fire, Water, Air, Earth & Ether. The Food Yogi will do this by sharing stories and insights from his learnings and experiences as a student of India’s Vedic culture of hospitality, as well as his time spent living as a monk.
The workshop will be split into food demonstrations lasting approximately 2.5 hours, lectures lasting approximately 1.5 hours, an hour for lunch, and extra time at the end for a Q & A session.
When : Saturday the 11th of May from 10am – 3pm
Where : Our private kitchen in Ubud – directions will be sent to you once you buy a ticket. Space is limited so sign up early.
Cost : 1,000,000 Rupiah
Payments : Can be made online via paypal or credit card, or in person with cash in Ubud.
Discounts : Ask us for one if you have a KITAS or are a local Balinese.
Contact : Email us or call 081 237 613 489 to sign up or for more details
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Ubud is a Raw Food Paradise!
Bali really is a fantastic place to visit and live for anyone who enjoys great tasting raw food.
Fresh, ultra-healthy food is in abundance here. Thanks to the efforts of a handful of dedicated local farmers, organic vegetables are readily available. Delicious tropical fruits like coconuts, mangoes, soursop, mangosteen and durian grow in many backyards. And world class superfoods such as organic raw cacao beans, irish moss, and virgin coconut oil are rarely more than a phone call away.
Because of this rich diversity, Bali is a preferred destination of raw food enthusiasts from all over the world. Not only does the island annually attract hundreds of visitors who love eating most of their food raw, but it is also home to a thriving community of raw food enthusiasts, chefs and even pioneers.