Location: Private Dining Room in Reynard at The Wythe
Let us come together, and collectively honor your own self-care and the power that you have to heal your body and restore it to a state of balance.
We will start the class by sharing a meal together that highlights how food & herbs can influence the health of your skin.
Jessa will discuss healing traditions and plant medicine to boost the body's natural resilience from the inside and out, introducing delicious, sensual and easy rituals that show you how to listen to your body and create a personalized change to nourish your mind, body and spirit.
Learn how to better understand what is going on in your body, by listening to your skin and learning how to work with the body's own systems to restore balance. Participants will be introduced to the basics of plant medicine through essential oils, tinctures, and flower essences and other powerful raw ingredients. Together we will discover the simplicity and the importance of understanding how to change everyday self care rituals, towards empowering healing and vitality for each individual. Each participant will also be able to create their own healing tea blend using organic herbs, making it easy to immediately begin a transformation working from the inside out.
About the Artists:
Jessa Blades is a celebrity makeup artist, natural beauty authority, wellness expert and herbalist based in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. She is deeply passionate about sharing simple and gentle ways to heal and nurture the body and skin while still looking fabulous.
Christina attended culinary school at the art institute of Philadelphia, went for a brief period to culinary school before going to work for Alfred Portale. She later joined The Breslin team under April Bloomfield rising to the level of Chef De Cuisine. While running The Breslin they maintained their Michelin star while serving food to a packed house every single night. She now leads the kitchen at Reynard located inside the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. Much of the food, which is all carefully and thoughtfully sourced, is cooked over an open wood fire grill. (-Heritage Radio Network).