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Food and Mood

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Join us for the newest Co-op class, all about caring for yourself through food. At the Co-op, we’re proud to offer options for a wide range of dietary needs, and through this new series we’ll help you get acquainted with ways that the food you eat can influence your well-being outside of your daily nutrition requirements.

Where: The 1912 Center's Fiske Room
When: Saturday, February 16 at 4:30 p.m.
How much: $5, $3 for Co-op Owners and free for Owners participating in the FLOWER program.

This class is all about Food and Mood - how the food you eat can affect how you feel. Eating well means getting all the right nutrients, and it also means caring for yourself!

Isabel Gaila Barbuto, PsyD. MBA

Isabel is currently in private practice as a Mental Wellness Coach & Consultant, with a special interest in the use of integrative East-West approaches including evidence-based traditional and alternative modalities, lifestyle coaching, and nutritional education to alleviate stress and a wide spectrum of common addictions. Isabel holds both a Doctorate (PsyD) and Master’s (MA) degree in Counseling Psychology, a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) degree, and is a certified Hypnotherapist (CHt), Reiki Energy Master, Kundalini Yoga Teacher (IKYTA-200), and iRest® Integrative Restorative Yoga Nidra Teacher. Her passion for optimal mental wellness includes current and continuing education through the Nutritional Therapy Association. She lives in Moscow, with her husband Stephen, along with three miniature-pinscher dogs, and one very special cat.

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