About

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When Nancy changed her diet and approach to food and eating she transformed her life by giving birth to her two daughters. A certified macrobiotic counselor and culinary medicine practitioner, Nancy guides people in improving their health and well-being through making informed diet and lifestyle choices. She integrates her wide-ranging skills and experience to craft and teach food awareness and culinary arts programs for children and adults. She is a coach with OneTable, and is a certified Yoga Alliance and Torah Yoga teacher. For twenty years before awakening to the power of food, Nancy was an editor and writer on lifestyle magazines.

Nancy holds a BA in Political Science and Italian from Trinity College, Hartford, Ct and attended the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She is a graduate of The Strengthening Health Institute in Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Spirituality Teacher Training and Yoga University (East Coast).

 

Icing on the Cake: Testimonials

I’m very impressed by all the elements you are able to pack into the lesson without it seeming at all overwhelming: the review, the actual cooking skills, the creativity of coming up with their own dishes, the chance to present their creations, the opportunity to learn about and share thoughts on something else (in last week’s case, the feelings represented in the book), the execution of their  jobs, the responsibility for one’s station/implements and the overall following of directions…..all without losing the fun quotient. No wonder the kids love coming!  You’ve really created something special so kudos to you!

- T.