There was a great turnout for my Beat the Heat with Herbs workshop! 4 people attended, and one other had to cancel for a family emergency.
5 people may not seem like much, but considering I only invited my pilates clients (this was an exercise in spreading the fact that I teach more than fitness!), 5 represents more than 10% of my clients. When planning for an event with my studio, I've found that 10% of invitees making it is a pretty fabulous number. So, yay!
And I think we all had a good time. We spent some time in the garden, smelling and touching the plants and experiencing Peppermint, Sage, Lemon Balm, Marshmallow, and several others. We went back inside and sipped some Rosewater Lemonade, sniffed Sage Deodorant and Lavender Essential oil, and talked about ways and recipes for cooling herbal applications. Everyone had great questions, and I only went over by 5 minutes. (That's pretty good for me!)
Stay tuned for next month's workshop, on detoxing and cleansing and fall foods.
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