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The Hoff Building

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425 E. Seventh St.
Tucson, AZ 85705 United States

The Hoff Building houses the Food Conspiracy Co-op’s admin offices, commercial kitchen and community room. It is located behind the co-op. There is parking in front of the building and behind.

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May 2016

Yoga at the Co-op

May 3 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Weekly on the same day

Come join Doctress Neutopia for a free weekly yoga session.  We will engage in Kripalu Yoga, a yoga of compassion.  Experimenting with visualizations for ecological awareness, chakra cleansing techniques (subtle energy centers of the body), we will come to a place of inner sanctuary during our meditations.   Moving with conscious breath, our poses range from gentle to moderate levels.   Yoga, union of with the divine, provides us with a vehicle to make this evolutionary shift possible.  Neutopia studied Kripalu…

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Why Organic Skin Care? How to Research & Identify What is Healthful & Harmful with Paula Morris

May 7 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

With nature’s best ingredients, you can clean, nourish and protect your skin without harmful or toxic chemicals.  Learn what ingredients people should be most aware that cause harm to yourself, others, and the environment.  Class participants will use the skin care products they bring with them and their cell phones or tablets as a hands-on learning lesson to identify harmful as well as safe ingredients. About the instructor: Paula Morris is a retired physical and health teacher and coach and…

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Healthy Body- Healthy Mind Series, Part 1. Herbs for Health & Medicine with Jawana Cox

May 7 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Common physical ailments of colds, flu, first aid, digestion and constipation can be addressed by using herbs as medicine. These herbs can also affect the mind. Measurements, when to use and not to use as well as safety in use will also are addressed.  In this class we will make tincture preparation using vinegar and fresh herbs.  Bring a knife, cutting board and a glass container.  Container must be glass. Also, you may want paper and pen for notes. Class…

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Healthy Body-Healthy Mind Series, Part 2. Use Essential Oils and Flower Essences for Everyday Life with Jawana Cox

May 14 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This class will share how to use essential oils for mental and physical health and how to use flower essences for mental and emotional support as well as common uses for first aid.  Bring paper, pen and an open mind.  This class is part of Healthy Body-Healthy Mind Series, participants can choose all or any of the classes in this series.  Class will be limited to 20 participants. About the Instructor: Jawana Cox is a resident of Tucson, Arizona.  Her…

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Nutrition 101: Hydration with Robin Schuett-Hames, NTP

May 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Do you often feel tired and over-heated with head or other body aches?  You may be drying up!  Most of us are walking around with varying levels chronic dehydration, affecting us from skin to bone.  Unfortunately, the answer isn't as simple as just drinking more water.   Come learn how to re-hydrate by balancing water with mineral intake, and sourcing non-contaminated drinking water. We will make a healthy alternative to sugary sports drinks. Class will be limited to 20 participants.…

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Healthy Body-Healthy Mind Series, Part 3. Mind-Body Connection to Common Health Issues and Solutions with Jawana Cox

May 21 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

As in food, movement, exercise and breathing as is food are essential for total mind and body health. This class will cover de-stressing techniques.  Please bring a personal exercise mat or yoga mat. Class will be limited to 20 participants.  Participants can choose all or any of the classes in this series. About the instructor: Jawana Cox is a resident of Tucson, Arizona.  Her business name is Wholesome Touch for Health and is working as a Holistic Health Coach and…

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June 2016

How to Make Sourdough Starter and How to Use it For Baking with Dan Dorsey

June 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

In this class we will demonstrate how to create a sourdough starter and use it in place of store bought yeast for home baking. We'll discuss the many advantages of this ancient method over packaged yeast in making bread, such as reduced gluten, greatly increased availability of Lysine and other nutrients, better and more complex taste, increased length of storage, and other benefits. First time bread bakers are welcome. Class will be limited to 15 participants.

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