Holistic nutrition courses launched at PISE

Nourish Bistro partners with PISE for unique nutritional education

Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence is introducing a free culinary class to its fall program.

PISE is teaming up with Nourish Bistro owner Hayley Rosenberg for a free class focusing on a holistic approach to nutrition with simple, tasty dishes and take-home recipes.

The complimentary class at Nourish is offered to individuals who’re registered in PISE’s autumn programs. The classes will feature culinary demonstrations and tastings, and are designed to show how to make the most of your home kitchen with simple, nutritious ingredients.

PISE is also offering the services of registered holistic nutritionist Jackie Connelly.

Connelly will focus on holistic nutrition and providing guided support to help clients discover the best health and wellness solution for unique needs; whether working with food sensitivities, losing weight or supporting athletic performance, as a few examples.

Nutrition services with Connelly include an introductory nutrition package, meal planning and weekly follow-ups.

For more information go to piseworld/nutrition-services or call 250-220-2510.

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