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Ayurvedic Medicine and Environmental Nutrition: Thali Lunch and Clothing Swap

  • Saturday, October 21, 2017
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Ayurveda Cafe, 706 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10025
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Registration

  • Please contact HEN SIG Co-Chairs at gnydahensig@gmail.com for discount code
  • non-member pricing includes 2017-2018 student membership dues (must be an AND student member to be eligible for GNYDA student membership)
  • non-member pricing includes 2017-2018 membership dues (must be an AND member to be eligible for GNYDA membership)

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We want to bridge the gap between one of the oldest forms of medicine and health philosophy to current, applicable nutrition education/intervention in a holistic view; what is Ayurveda and what impact does Ayurveda have on nutrition and health today?

Learn about the history and culture of Ayurveda while also practicing some Ayurvedic exercises with us! Also, in times of overbearing waste, we’re letting you declutter and clean out your unappreciated clothing that’s been sitting in your closet--unused, unworn, and lonely. Bring any clothing you’d like to donate to our event; hopefully it can find a new home and you also discover a new article. All non swapped clothes will be donated to the mission. Reusing and recycling, and networking at its best. 

Natalie Khoo, RDN, CNSC, CSP, and CDN, is passionate about leading a healthy, balanced life by integrating a vibrant plant-based vegan lifestyle with a dedicated yoga practice to optimize health. She is also a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) with Yoga Alliance and a Strala Yoga Guide.

Jeannie Ng, MPH, CDN, RDN is a holistic wellness dietitian nutritionist and founder of Yin Yang Glow which focuses on balanced and sustainable lifestyles for optimum health of each individual, as a community and the environment on a global scale. She wants to see that everyone has equal access to education and resources in order to live a happy and healthy life. As the co chair of the GNYDA's Hunger and Environmental Nutrition Special Interest Group, Jeannie's goal is to establish a community of dietitians to advocate and support the accessability of safe, clean, sustainable food and water for everyone in the world.

This event has applied for 2 CPEU credits.

Please note that the cost of registration includes thali lunch special with one beverage (tax and tip also included).

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