Savoring can be conceptualized as both a learnable skill and a lifelong practice, and when pursued by individuals who have been historically marginalized or oppressed, is a radical act of resistance.
Here at The SAVOR Project, we focus upon the mind/body benefits of savoring, especially as it relates to growing, preparing, consuming, and sharing food. We believe that all living beings are interdependent upon one another and when we engage in ethical, compassionate eating behaviors, everyone thrives.
Our core principles include:
Sow to SAVOR is an educational program that incorporates wisdom and resources from the following fields:
SAVOR welcomes anyone who is seeking more pleasure, balance, and connection in their relationship with food. Interested in digging in deeper? Stay tuned for classes, workshops, and individual coaching opportunities coming in 2023.