Choosing foods and developing eating habits that nourish us well – body, mind and spirit. Eating well includes nutritious foods, time dedicated to eating without other distractions and eating in nurturing environments with people you enjoy.
Giving attention, time and energy to the people, activities and things that most enrich and empower quality of life; making life and lifestyle choices that show respect and gratitude to other people, our communities, the environment and ourselves – body, mind and spirit.
When we have access to food that is grown well, when we embrace a culture of eating well, when we are empowered within our community to live well, then we greatly enhance our capacity to be well. It is a cycle that continually pays and cycles forward.
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Monumental YogaAre you planning to join us?! We hope to see you for this beautiful community event. Check the full schedule of classes and get details at monumentalyoga.com ・・・ THIS WEDNESDAY, June 21, we will celebrate the Summer Solstice with yoga! ... Likes
Farm Stand Grand OpeningRain won't stop us! Our farm team is working hard this morning! We will be ready with lots of freshly harvested produce this afternoon at the Boner Fitness Center from 4-6:30pm for the Grand Opening of our weekly Farm Stand! ... CommentsKatie Schultz Soooo excited to pick up my CSA share!! 😀Y Grace Raby Publicly thanking Kathryn Coleman for this alert and bringing me to this page! Looking forward to other events, as I ...Katie Breden Allison Hall Every Thursday 4-6:30, fab produce pretty close to Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery. That basil though.... Likes
Lunch & Learn Series: Food as MedicineLooking for a free way to make your day more interesting?! Join us TODAY at The Platform at City Market from 1-2pm for our first week of this summer's Lunch & Learn series where 3 panelists will discuss Food as ... Likes
We are thrilled to introduce our 2017 Growing Places Indy Summer Apprentice Program participants! You'll get to know each of them better because they'll take turns sharing their experiences on social media and in our weekly newsletter. Let the adventure ... CommentsChristie Koester Have the BEST SUMMER EVER, apprentices! (Representing the Class of 2013 over here). 🙂Phil Kranyak Yes yes y'all!Phil Kranyak I'm pretty sure you have the wrong Tyler Henderson tagged. Likes
Timeline PhotosThe Farm Stand is on! We are here at the Boner Fitness and Learning Center with the following items: Salad Mix, Head Lettuce, Kale, Collards, Chard, Mustards, Radish, Salad Turnip, Carrots, Garlic Scapes, Pea Shoots. Come see us! Likes
CookingClassPromo FINALGrowing Places Indy hosted 16 weeks (4/4-week sessions) of Family Nutrition and Cooking Classes in 2015. Participants had fun learning about food and nutrition, gardening, mindfulness and cooking together in the kitchen. We thank our grantors and partners, SustainIndy, the ...
Eat Well: Growing Places Indy Family Cooking ClassesEating good food is a family affair with Growing Places Indy's cooking classes at the Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center! Made possible with a Season for Sharing grant from The Indianapolis Star, families took part in a weekly class focused ...
What is the Growing Places Indy Summer Apprenticeship?The Growing Places Indy Summer Apprenticeship Program immerses participants in the work of the Indianapolis nonprofit, from hands-on farm work to community engagement, fundraising and youth education. Participants are challenged to consider what change they want to see in the ...