We are happy to report that last week’s virtual workshop test run was a smashing success. Participants liked the virtual environment, the easy-to-use interface and the shorter, more specialized event format. Which means we are now ready to roll out a series of virtual events designed to address some of the more specialized topics that we can’t always cover during our Foundations of Nutrition workshops.
Due to the large number of questions we get from our non-meat-eating readers (and because we think we have a unique perspective for those who make moral, ethical or religious decisions not to eat meat), the first event on deck is an interactive workshop specifically for vegetarians. We’ll be talking about how to apply the Whole9 “Eat Good Food” principles within the limitations of your diet, whether you’re a vegan, a lacto-ovo vegetarian, a former vegetarian looking to incorporate meat back into your diet or anywhere in between.
What: Good Food for the Conflicted Eater: A Whole9 Virtual Workshop for Vegetarians
Who:: For all conflicted eaters, regardless of your specific food choices. Also designed to help trainers, coaches and others in a leadership role provide guidance to their vegetarian clients, athletes, friends and family members.
When: Saturday April 23rd, 10:00 – 11:30 AM (Mountain)
Where: Virtual, using a webcam, microphone and/or text chat
How (Much): $40 per registration, max of two people per computer
Registration: Register at www.whole9vegetarian1.eventbrite.com. Space is limited to 20 registrations, and registration ends at noon on Friday, April 22nd.
We plan to continue rolling out vegetarian workshops in the coming months, and to expand our scope of focus to other specialty topics as well. Stay tuned to the site for more details! Got a workshop-related question or comment, or want to request a special topic for a future event? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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