Sunday, March 28, 2021
Sunday, April 4, 2021
Ayurveda is the traditional medicine of India and the oldest system of healthcare in the world. A system of both preventative and curative medicine, it has been practiced for at least 5,000 years and perhaps as long as 10,000 years.
Ariel Wolansky wanted to do something that would have a positive impact on the world. It all started with growing food, which then turned into a passion for cooking that extended into making chocolate sustainably with select ingredients that take you on an epic journey. How is it made? How is it sourced?
Each of us has more than 4,000 sq ft of intestinal lining in our gut. What we eat and how we care for our gut is crucial for long term health. Wading through all the information available to us these days can be overwhelming. What are the most important things to understand to keep your gut healthy? Do probiotics work? What foods are the most anti-inflammatory? What about stool tests? Let’s dive in, together, to understand this fascinating area of nutrition.
We’ve all been longing for cleaner air, cooler weather, more water in the streams, greener vegetation and less fire danger. That time has arrived – it’s called winter, and it’s best enjoyed by participating in it. Join Hank Meals to learn how and where to enjoy this glorious season in the Yuba-Bear watersheds.
Sunday, March 14, 2021
Join Music in the Mountains Artistic Director and Conductor Ryan Murray for a conversation about classical music and choral singing. Ryan will provide a brief overview of classical music and talk about the benefits of great music in our lives. He will also discuss the health benefits of group singing and why you might want to consider joining a community choir!
In January, The Center for the Arts began our In Conversation With series to introduce you to experts on a variety of topics throughout our community. We’ve learned about Ayurvedic lifestyle, hiking in Nevada County, chocolate, and so much more. We are excited to spring into another season of conversations happening live on Zoom, Sundays at 4:00 p.m. Each episode includes an interactive Q&A and anyone can participate.