yin yang fishA new season of drop in classes are beginning at Greenside House, Cuffe Street in between Stephens Green and Camden Street (the same place for the “Shiatsu & the Art of Conscious Cooking” book launch 6th March –invitation posting shortly 
I will be covering each season, flavour and element in Chinese Medicine through All New Recipes.  There’s no need to book as the classes are drop in Thursday mornings    10.30-12.30     only €4 including tasting.

27 Feb          Bladder Kidney     Will Power & Fear      Salty
Recipes : Oatmilk pancakes
 / Blackbean and Celery Soup / Hummus with mixed seaweeds

06 March    Liver/Gall Bladder    Creativity & Anger       Sour
Recipes :  Japanese Salad / Red Pepper Relish / Spagetti with Black Olives & Lemon

13 March    Heart/Small Intestine   Joy & Expansion      Bitter
Recipes : Rosewater Rice / Whitebean Salad

20 March    Stomach/Spleen     Comfort & Mothering  Sweet
Recipes : Mashed Carrot Salad / White Bean & Sweet Potato Stew

27 March     Lung/Large Intestine    Boundaries & Grief     Pungent
Recipes : Kashmiri Cauliflower & Chapati

03 April         Favourites             Yin & Yang     Fantastic
Recipes : Lemon Carrageen Pots / Apple, celery and carrot salad with Yogurt and Seaweed Dressing / Wholemeal Spelt loaf with Dillisk

In Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine the body is classified into yin/yang organ pairs and meridian pathways which correspond to emotions, flavours, seasons and colours. There are no good or bad foods simply foods which do and don’t suit us at this time. It’s all about connecting with the body, seeing what it wants and loving ourselves more.

1 Comment

Roxie · August 28, 2014 at 8:56 am

At this moment I am going to do my breakfast, once having my breakfast coming over
again to read further news.

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