Whole Foods Plant Based Prepared Meals

Davi Nikent, Center for Human Flourishing supports the 28 Day Whole Foods Plant Based Prepared meal program initiated in March 2014 by Dr. Greg Feinsinger, founder of The Center for Prevention and Treatment of Disease through Nutrition.

Meals for heart health and more are currently lovingly prepared by Ardis Hoffman at the Prince Creek Road magic kitchen of Kathy Ortiz. Our community misses Kathy deeply as she provided at-work-site and at-events meals -on-wheels for years. Her sudden passing has been a shock to the community.

Ardis and Dr. Feinsinger meet weekly on Monday evenings at 7 pm, Third Street Center, Carbondale with the people enrolled in the 28 day program and people interested in changing life-style to whole foods plant based eating. Meetings provide ongoing support, recipes ideas, shopping hints and more.

Program success is validated by the glowing reports from participants – delicious meals, weight loss, lower blood pressure, decreasing heart medication and more.

Call 970.510.6390 or email ardishoffman@gmail.com for more information on the meal program and the meetings.

Greg-Feinsinger-225x300Dr. Feinsinger retired from Family Practice at Glenwood Medical Associates in February, 2015. He is a graduate of University of Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Medicine and is board certified in Family Medicine. As an accomplished athlete – runner, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and more Greg is personally interested in nutrition for health and performance. He has dedicated himself to encouraging and teaching others the benefits of a nutrition al approach to the prevention and intervention of diseases such as Heart Attack, Stroke, & Diabetes.

Dr. Feinsinger offers free consultation for anyone interested in changing lifestyle to prevent or reverse heart disease, diabetes, inflammatory diseases, obesity and more. Call him at (970) 379-5718 to set up an appointment.

For more information contact info@davinikent.org or call 970-618-5879.

Intro to Family Constellations

Introduction to Family Constellations with Carol Shure
Thursday, April 23rd
6:30 to 9 pm
Calaway Room, Third Street Center
520 S. Third Street Center, Carbondale

Carol Shure logoSystemic Family Constellation Work is a therapeutic process based on the understanding

that just as we inherit our physical traits, we also inherit emotional patterns that are unconscious and unspoken. Resolving and releasing these systemic entanglements allows us to reestablish balance and take our place in the family system. Ancestral suffering can emerge and may manifest in your life as pain, illness, addictions, and as personal or relational difficulties.

This introduction is inexpensively priced to provide opportunity for all to attend. There will be a Constellation done for one client who has registered previously. Participants will have the opportunity to experience a Constellation either through standing in and representing or observing.
Reasons to choose to attend the workshop as a representative may include any of the following:

  • You want to explore your own issue
  • You want to see the Constellation work and learn if it is right for you
  • You are curious
Fee: $20.00 payable by Pay Pal, Visa, Cash or Check
For questions or to register, call: (831) 218-5770 or email: carolshure@yahoo.com

I am not alone. I am part of something greater. I am connected to my source through my ancestors.” ~Carolyn Myss

Carol ShureCarol brings a practiced and loving heart to her work. As a ‘catalytic agent’ she engages fully and facilitates results. She has trained with many Masters in the healing arts, wisdom traditions and in the fields of Energy medicine. She offers her work through public workshops, private and Skype/telephone sessions.

For more information, visit Carol’s website at www.carolshure.com

EARTH DAY Celebration

The Power of Community – a documentary
Wednesday, April 22nd
6:30 pm
Calaway Room, Third Street Center
520 S. Third Street, Carbondale

A story of Community, Creativity, and Human Flourishing.

How local food can help repair our economies, eco systems and ourselves. Power of Community 2

When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1990, Cuba’s economy went into a tailspin. With imports of oil cut by more than half – and food by 80 percent – people were desperate. This film tells of the hardships and struggles as well as the community and creativity of the Cuban people during this difficult time. Cubans share how they transitioned from a highly mechanized, industrial agricultural system to one using organic methods of farming and local, urban gardens. It is an unusual look into the Cuban culture during this economic crisis, which they call “The Special Period.” The film opens with a short history of Peak Oil, a term for the time in our history when world oil production will reach its all-time peak and begin to decline forever. Cuba, the only country that has faced such a crisis – the massive reduction of fossil fuels – is an example of options and hope.

Power of Community 1 The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil is a project of the Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions, a non-profit organization that designs and teaches low-energy solutions to the current unsustainable, fossil fuel based, industrialized, and centralized way of living.

Join us after the screening for discussion about local food production facilitated by Gwen Garcelon, Roaring Fork Food Policy Council.

Admission: By DONATION
Visit www.communitysolution.org for more information.

Event hosted by Roaring Fork Food Policy Council
and co-sponsored by Carbondale Community Food Co –op, Basalt Thrift Store and CSA, CCAH, Community Thrift and Treasure in Glenwood Springs, and Davi Nikent, Center for Human Flourishing.