“Believe the people when they say ‘treat is ‘big’ and ‘important’ because they ain’t just whistling Dixie. ‘treat is the most delicious self-care experience you would design for yourself, if …
is an integrative therapeutic bodyworker, blending techniques such as deep tissue, Visceral Manipulation, CranioSacral Therapy, thai yoga massage and essential oils. She teaches the MELT Method and several other self-care modalities in both group classes and private sessions at Wellbody, her lovely Union Square studio. She loves teaching people new ways of taking care of themselves, how to play a larger role in your own wellness and how filling your well is integral to how you show up for yourself, others in your life and your work in the world. Karen believes in approaching all aspects of health in a variety of ways – bodywork, community, food-as-medicine, movement, art and music – all of which are the inspirations behind ‘treat. Karen has been creating this weekend immersion for women since 2013 and her heart gets just as full from it as the women who participate.
is Tunisian and grew up in Switzerland. She has the soul of an artist and shows her appreciation, gratitude and love through food.
Nadia believes food is healing and has a great power to elevate us to live a harmonious life. She shows love to her body and the Earth by selecting the best local ingredients she can find. She likes to know her farmers and visits all the farms she works with.
Nadia’s cuisine is inspired by the fusion of tastes and rich cultures of food.
A mother of 3, a 2nd grade teacher, a Chef at a French restaurant, a yin yoga student, she also leads children’s cooking classes and her mission is to empower everyone to see food for everything it represents: the earth, the farmer, the magic.
Nadia will be cooking with her friend Lindsay Foster, a photographer and food activist with a passion for beautiful food.
is a multi-talented mother, vocalist, songwriter and voice coach, who also teaches everyday people, professionals, performers and parents alike the art of Mindful Movement. With gentle touch and guidance, she encourages them to focus on their own movement habits and patterns which can often lead to injury and chronic pain. She offers her private clients and group classes Somatic Voicework, the LoVetri Method, Alexander Technique and the 8 Pieces of Brocade form of Qi Gong. Pyeng has created several original workshops including Finding Your Voice, a beautiful combination of movement and sound.
is a Certified Qoya Teacher. Her diverse life experiences – Competitive Swimmer, TV Commercial Producer, Teacher of English (ESL), Credit Analyst, Mother, Certified Health Counselor, Certified Yoga Instructor and Food Enchanter to name some – have expanded her capacity to hold space with intuitive and nurturing care.
Her studies in communication, sexuality,
healing arts, accounting, channeling, indigenous traditions and ceremonies further compliment her skill set to be of service toward creating a world of more magic and togetherness.
She is a curious and dedicated student of life who brings enthusiasm, gentleness and love to all she encounters. She thrives in nature, community, meaningful connections and she brings joy and fun to the learning process. Fabiola was born in Brazil and has lived in NYC since 2000.