We live in a fast-paced world these days where we oftentimes skip meals, prioritizing other things over our bodies’ and minds’ needs. A healthy breakfast is so important to enjoy every day to prepare us to take on our packed days full-throttle. Spend just a few hours of your time learning the skill to prepare you for taking on all life throws at you- skills that will last a lifetime. Whether you’ve got to care for just yourself or a bunch of bodies, preparing quick and easy, grab and go meals is essential to making sure we actually eat it! Let’s turn breakfast into our friend, not a foe. Grab and go is the most appealing kind of meal at the break of dawn, allowing us to spare some minutes to relax a little longer, to prepare for our day. The way you relate to it, as well, is indicative of how capable you will be of taking on your day and making it the fullest possible. Cut the packaged, processed grab and go from your lives and do better for your bodies and the planet around you (beneficial for all of us!) We’ll show you time-saving tips to store ingredients for later, no fuss preparation, how to package and store for maximum usage and some great recipes to return to again and again! Prepare for your days under the sun the right way!
Recipes:Vanilla Spiced Iced Coffee with Agave; Whole Grain Savory Garden Scones; Tomato Basil Frittata Cups; Fennel & Orange Granola Nut Bars; Almond Butter, Honey & Banana Panini
Class Type: Individual, hands-on cooking class
Class Notes: Learn quick, healthy and complete breakfasts you can just grab and go!
Robin Simpson is a wellness coach, personal trainer, and personal chef who lives and works in New York City. Robin’s passion for wellness has brought together many talents over the years. After years as a professional dancer, learning how to take care of an athlete’s body through exercise, rest and most importantly food became a full time education. She now devotes this knowledge to her clients and students. Robin has worked as a personal trainer and wellness coach for the past 10 years in New York and Florida. Not so many years ago, she fell head over heels in love with cooking, while growing up standing on a stool in her grandmother’s kitchen. Now, while Grandma’s southern food of fried chicken and dumplings isn’t the best on the waistline, she now devotes her time to eating well and helping others build healthy relationships with food. Outside of spending her free time in the kitchen playing with new recipes she still dances, is an occasional yogi, and dabbles in any creative art-form she can get her hands on. Right now the theme is pottery. Contact Robin