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Down Dog and Dinner

July 18

Come Open, Leave Ready

Join master yoga instructor, Laurel Attanasio, and me–food writer and cook book author–Pam Anderson–for an evening of poses and pizza, the first of our Down Dog and Dinner series. Begin by disconnecting from your day with a stress relieving yoga flow while connecting with the nature surrounding you at the Copper House. Move through your flow and then fall into savasana while becoming one with the silence of the woods blanketing you.

After yoga, make your way to the outdoor patio and kitchen where you will snack on small bites and enjoy a seasonal cocktail, while I demonstrate how to make a pizza in a wood-fired oven, preparing you to become your own pizza chef. Don’t worry, I will be by your side guiding you throughout the entire process. Then, enjoy your pizza and a glass of wine or beer while relaxing on the deck overlooking the woods.

Date: July 18, 2019
Time:6:30PM – 9:30PM
Cost: $80 via Credit Card, $75 – via Venmo, Check or Cash
Location: The Copper House, 2972 Adams Way Riegelsville, PA
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Please Note: Yoga and dining will take place outside weather permitting. However, no matter the weather there will be plenty of room for yoga, dining and laughter inside.

Laurel Attanasio holds a Masters Degree in Business, is certified at the 500 hour level of training in yoga (RYT-500), and has additional certifications in pilates Mat and Stand Up Paddle Board. She began her journey over 13 years ago when she exited her full time job and began pursuing personal yoga studies… and she has not looked back.  She considers herself a yoga gypsy exploring land and sea and has led groups to Italy, Iceland, Mexico, Peru and more.

Laurel’s teaching style encourages you to move with attention to alignment and core stability while maintaining a fluid breath cycle. Her approach allows you to progress to the next level of your practice, while using your core to find balance, stability and openness. Each yoga class is a reflection of everyday life; challenges in class will require you to maintain the integrity of your core, your true being.

Pam Anderson is a New York Times bestselling author of nine cookbooks, including the Julia Child Award-winning The Perfect Recipe and the James Beard-nominated first edition of How to Cook Without a Book and Perfect Recipes for Having People Over, and the IACP-nominated The Perfect Recipe For Losing Weight and Eating Great. Pam was also the former executive editor of Cook’s Illustrated magazine, USA Weekend food columnist, AARP’s official food expert, and a blogger with her two adult daughters at the popular site Three Many Cooks.