The Ghosts and Mrs. Pyle Historical Ghost Tours
Cooking with Ris and Heidi; The Frugal Way
Probiotics and Enzymes: The Fundamental Fuel
No Bones About It...Cook High Protein Meals with Healthy Fats and Beans
NaRisa Waldo, founding owner of Waldo Way Dairy Farm and Heidi Hoke hosted
interactive, educational cooking classes. In Processed-Free Cooking: The Frugal Way,
we showed you how you can feed your family “healthy foods” and save money too.
We are now featuring different food themes which relates to informative, educational
presentations supporting a Processed-Free Lifestyle.
Step back in time and share the ghostly essence of past at the OP Pyle and Gov. Jim Hogg historical landmark sites, dating back from 1903. Presently, Vitae Pondera Institute of Natural Health, this beautiful Queen Anne home is a historically designated estate which stands on nearly two acres of memorial gardens, a stream, Koi pond, vast organic gardens, gazebos, and an additional two story guests house that offers equally eerie experiences of a rich historical nature. This is a two-hour event, that offers plenty of time and opportunities for interactive paranormal exploration.
HeartBeats Drumming on Valentine's Day...
"A good time was had by all." These are the words of one of the many joyfully dancing drummers at this vibrational medicine event for cardiovascular health. On Valentine's Day, many gathered for a bountiful table of healthy snacks and appetizers. The Belfry provided a most unique metaphysical-steam punk atmosphere, that will intrigue your curiosity and free your spirit to flight! This special drumming event provided a novel experience in music/sound /vibration therapy, learning various drumming techniques of the African djembe drum. Rhythms were made on hand drums, djembes, tambourines, cymbals, wood blocks, claves and belly-dance belts (they are percussion, too!). These various drumming techniques enhance your experience and can be adapted to other percussion instruments, as well.
An Etheopean Dinner Fit for Royalty...
The Herbal Medicine Maker's Classes
Vitae Pondera Institute of Natural Health held a wonderful class series on 'The Herbal Medicine Maker', which provided fun, interactive, instructional classes, taught by Dr. Heidi Hoke, are just in time for the Spring planting season.
'The Herbal Medicine Maker' classes are designed for all those interested in learning the various methods of propagation, harvesting, and home-processing of herbs for health and medicinal use. In 26 lessons, we began at an intermediate level and progress to advanced processes.
Complementary tasting samples are provided at many of the health and nutritional events. Nutritional and herbal classes for small groups can be scheduled with multiple ethnic themes such as Asian, Indian, African, Etheopean, South American, and Mediteranian. All combines a Processed Free America philosophy with a wonderfully intimate, interactive experience for private classes or health gatherings. This makes a great program for women's' groups of special interests.
Please call 903-569-9913 or inquire at heidi@vitaepondera for more information.
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