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Munch and Meditate: Vinyasa & Vegan Bites

Hiya! This is a quick post to let you know that my September Munch and Meditate event is live and early bird tickets are almost gone. I'm going to be teaching a yoga and meditation class followed by vegan appetizers and desserts prepared by me on September 22nd at 11:30AM at my studio. I will lead you in an hour yoga and meditation class followed by food and plant-based diet information. I can't wait to see you! The menu and more info is in the eventbrite link below. Use the promo code Earlybird to grab the last two discounted tickets! P.S. Pictured here is some of the food I will be serving 😄

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