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Chocolate Chocolate Chip Waffles

Eating Chocolate Chip Waffles with Emily

Fun to eat chocolate chocolate chip waffles with my daughter Emily. I like the chocolatey flavor of teff flour. Adding either organic, fair trade, cocoa and cacao make delicious waffles. I also added super foods maca and lucuma to power us through our day. Organic maple syrup, chocolate chips and vanilla extract makes sweet waffles that we love eating with our hands like muffins. Good morning breakfast!  Continue reading

Expanding into Joy, The Contemplative Feast, June 16

Bright flower for Contemplative Feast June 16

June 16, 11AM-2PM, Shutesbury, MA  Come set up a grounded foundation to EXPAND into JOY with Mother Daughter Team, Leslie Cerier and Michelle Huber

We love joy! Weather permitting we will be outside. Feldenkrais ®, meditation, journaling and a silent, mindful vegetarian, organic, gluten-free lunch. Continue reading

The Contemplative Feast, Expanding to Joy

The Contemplative Feast with Leslie Cerier and Michelle Huber

June 16, 11AM-2PM, Shutesbury, MA  Come set up a grounded foundation to EXPAND into JOY with Mother Daughter Team, Leslie Cerier and Michelle Huber

Weather permitting we will be outside! Movement explorations, meditation, writing, Gourmet Organic Vegetarian Gluten-Free Lunch and more.  Weather permitting we will spend time outside!  Continue reading

The Contemplative Feast, Returning to Self

The Contemplative Feast, Returning to Self, Sunday, March 4 at 11 AM – 2:30 PM, Shutesbury, MA

Are you overwhelmed by everything that is happening in the world and in your life? Are you craving a space to slow down and get in touch with yourself? Do you hear about the benefits of meditation but need support in practicing it? Are you feeling disconnected from your body? Are you looking for a space to join in community and celebrate the local harvest?

Come join mother and daughter Leslie Cerier and Michelle Huber for a day of nourishment.
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