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Good Food.  Good Thoughts.  Good Life.
Ninjatrition™  Summer Camp coming to New Morning Market!
Kids will have a blast creating great food while practicing the art of self-reliance, self discipline and sound nutrition.
Throughout each week long session, Ninjatrition™ leads campers through a progression of mind/body and culinary skills, earning a bracelet toward becoming Nutrition Ninjas. ​
LUNCH BUNCH BONUS:  We are adding an extra hour and lunch for no additional cost!  Class will run from 9-1 with the Lunch Bunch Bonus for no extra cost.  You can decide to join the Lunch Bunch each day or any day during the week at no additional cost.

Choose your session:
Morning Sessions
9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Ages 6-8 (entering 1st-3rd grade)
Session 1 – August 6 – 10
Session 3 – August 13-17

Food allergies welcome! We use organic and seasonal food and are happy to accommodate food allergies!
Registration is limited to 8 campers per session. Each session is $250 per child.
Register Here

Plant-Based Meal Planning
Wednesday September 5th 6-7:30pm
Grace Magnusson
Join Grace for an evening of cooking and get inspired to make plant-based recipes at home as you move into the school year! Making home-cooked meals can be tough as busy schedules fall into place, but with a little planning and prepping, you can set yourself (and your family) up for success with a week of delicious meals. Learn how to design a meal plan that allows you to cook once, but enjoy multiple meals—aided by easy recipes, shopping lists and cooking tips! As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Grace loves helping others find meals that work for them and focusing on plant-based foods as a foundation for home-cooking, even for those who aren’t vegetarian or vegan. Class will include cooking demonstrations, samples, and handouts.
Tickets $20

Designing Healthy Lunches for You, Your Kids, and the Planet!
Sunday September 9th 12-1:30pm
Grace Magnusson
This fun class will re-inspire you about the lunches you may be packing for yourself and your family! From what you are eating for lunch to how you are packing it, Grace will demonstrate how to spice up your lunches with easy kid-friendly recipes, healthy products, and environmentally friendly to-go gear that will make you want to pack your lunch every day of the week. Get your family involved in the process with snacks suited for all, and creative foods you can eat on the go! Class will include cooking demonstrations, samples, and handouts.
Tickets $20

 Gentle Yoga for 50+
Mondays: 9/10, 9/17 and 9/24 9:30-10:45am
Art Rodia
Join Art Rodia, an instructor with over 30 years of yoga teaching experience, as he guides this gentle yoga class.  Created for people over fifty and beginners who need a gentle accessible approach to learning yoga, these classes include yogic breathing, relaxation, and restorative rejuvenating postures. Progressing from the “very easy” to “easy” they will help you to gain confidence, balance, strength, and joint function. The simple-to-follow yoga stretches reduce aches and pains and are selected specifically for the older or extra cautious body. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat or blanket if you like.
$10 per class—click on date to register

 The Mushroom Hunting Foundation
Saturday September 15th 10am-3pm
Ryan Bouchard and Emily Schmidt
Come learn all about the local wild mushrooms you can find in fall!  Ryan Bouchard and Emily Schmidt, co-creators of the Mushroom Hunting Foundation, will teach an in-depth class that shows you how it is done. Learn first-hand how to enjoy edible wild mushrooms. First, a slide show will cover the basics of mushroom science and safety, and the amazingly diverse fungi of our area’s Fall season (focusing on the ones considered “safe for beginners”).  Next, after a snack break, our group will head out into the woods and fields for a guided mushroom hunting adventure.  Then we’ll come back for a very special cooking demonstration. Items you may want to bring: notebook,  pen, camera, bottle of water. Please dress for walking in the woods.
Tickets$35

 Mobile Knife Sharpening
Tuesday September 18th 10am-4pm
Harper Keehn
Harper Keehn is a professional knife sharpener based in New Haven. Bring your knives, serrated knives, pizza cutters, scissors, food processor blades, and other edge tools to be sharpened on site. The price is $1.25/ inch of blade—so most chef knives cost $8 to $10, most paring knives cost $4 to $6. A good way to bring knives is to wrap them in a big dish towel and rubber band it all together. Please label the package with your name and contact number.

 

 Plant-Based Cooking Basics
Wednesday September 19th 6pm
Lauryn Vosburgh
Learn how to easily and inexpensively increase the amount of plants in your diet. Class will review basic plant nutrition, cooking skills, and recipes.  Free to attend. Registration requested.
Free Register Here

 

 Equinox Celebration
Friday September 21st 6pm
Sachin Hazen& Bradford Tilden
We will celebrate the Autumnal Equinox using music, meditation, essential oils, ritual, thesonic alchemy of crystal bowls, and the extraordinary angelic and shamanic vocals channeled through Sound Healing Master, Bradford Tilden. The evening will culminate with a performance and group toning led by Bradford to embody the unified force of collective sound. Our thoughts and beliefs create our reality, our experience of life. This is a god-like quality. Our task is to do this consciously, as opposed to unconsciously. We must create a life we want, not one based on unconscious beliefs and fears. We support each other to grow, develop, and become as we were designed to be: conscious, aware, kind, wise, intelligent, prosperous, joyful, blissful, beautiful, excellent, fearless, strong, powerful, and insightful.  We will raise our vibration, releasing limiting beliefs, manifesting what we want.  “I want you to know how special and important your spirit circle was for me…  I gained a lot and loved it…   your teachings did impress me…” ~KS
“Thank you for leading the spirit circle last night, I really loved it and felt amazing when I left.” ~EA
The event is part of the Living as Gods Spirit Circle series led by holistic psychotherapist and intuitive Sachin Hazen.
Tickets $20

Spotty Dog Rescue Bottle Drive and Adoption Event
Saturday September 22 and Sunday September 23
Save your returnable bottles and cans! Spotty Dog Rescue will be here at New Morning to collect your returnable bottles and cans and will be accepting donations to help sweet pups in need. Meet adorable adoptable dogs too!

 

 

Singer Songwriters
Saturday September 22 7:30 pm
Come join us for another incredible evening of music with four local singer songwriters performing original music upstairs in the handicapped accessible Community Room. Doors open at 7 pm. Snacks will be available for purchase and donations for the performance are graciously accepted.  for more info, contact Doug at 203-266-6688.

 

 

 Preserving the Harvest at Home
Tuesday September 25th 6-7:30pm
Holli Cederholm
Learn how to preserve your garden’s abundance for later enjoyment. What method of putting food by works best with which produce? Holli will explain food preservation traditions for beginners—including canning, freezing, drying, fermenting, and root cellaring—while sharing her preferred techniques. Participants will acquire basic knowledge about each food preservation practice and several easy recipes to try at home. Seasonal samples will also be available to taste. Come with questions! Holli has 10+ years of homesteading experience to draw upon, in which she grew and preserved much of her diet.
Tickets $5

 Guided Meditation and Sound Healing
Wednesday September 26th 6:30pm
Morgan Leever, MEd
Curious about meditation? Come experience an hour of guided meditation and sound healing aimed to help you release tension, sleep better, and cultivate overall happiness. No prior experience necessary! Beginners welcome and encouraged! For this month’s class essential oils will also be used to enhance relaxation!  Enjoy the relaxing sounds of Tibetan singing bowls and gong during the last 15 minutes.
Tickets: $15

 

 


 

PRACTICING IN THE VITALITY CENTER  

Visit our Vitality Center page for full descriptions and practitioner bios.

Facials, Skin Care, and Waxing
Dana Salvador
Contact to schedule: 203-731-9354

Private Counseling for Individuals and Groups
Jenny Casey, LCSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Contact to schedule or for more information: 860-248-0185

Naturopathic Physician
Shawn Carney, N.D.
1st and 3rd Fridays 9 am – 1 pm
Every 3rd Saturday 9 am – 1 pm
Call to schedule: 800-723-2962

Nutritionist and Clinical Herbalist
Alison Birks, MS (AHG) CNS
Contact to schedule: 203-263-0673 ext. 355 or Alison.Birks@gmail.com

EFT & Holistic Therapy
Dawyn Cloud-Alter, B.S., M.S.M.F.T., C.F.H., E.F.T.
Contact to schedule: 203-297-4193

Massage Therapy
Lisa Lent, LMT, GFI
Contact to schedule: 860-605-4043

Hypnosis for Health
Kim Nagle, CH CI
Contact to schedule: 203-565-6495

Kundalini Yoga Classes

Anne Novak
Mondays & Thursdays 6 pm
Tuesdays & Fridays 9 am
A dynamic combination of movement, postures, breath work practices, meditation, and sound healing with the gong to strengthen the flow of healing energy through the body, improving physical health and fitness, relieving stress, and allowing us to deeply relax and enjoy life. Appropriate for all levels of experience and fitness.
Info:  annenovak@charter.net  www.annenovakyoga.com  No registration required!