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Published on : Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village offers guests the opportunity to feed their body, mind and soul at the Mother Earth Workshop and Wellness Kitchen in celebration of Earth Day. The event will kick off in the renowned Wellness Kitchen for a cooking demonstration led by the Hotel’s Director of Nutrition Paulette Lambert, RD. The meal will focus on nourishing and cleansing foods and teach mindful eating practices. Together, guests will enjoy this wholesome feast prior to a full moon workshop led by New Moon Wellness.
The Mother Earth workshop will focus on the connection of nature and the mind through creative writing and guided meditation. By exploring what disconnects us, and by shining a light on our relationship with Mother Earth, participants will embark on a journey to better their relationship with themselves and with those around them. Guests will be led through several creative writing exercises that will reconnect and inspire them in all aspects of their lives. The workshop concludes with a guided meditation to seal in the teachings and practices of the evening.
The Mother Earth Workshop and Wellness Kitchen will take place on Friday, April 22, 2016 from 6:30 to 9:00 pm. Participation costs USD 125 per person, which is inclusive of the cooking demonstration, wine, gratuity and workshop.
Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village will offer a promotion for Earth Day at its highly rated coffee shop, Stir. Customers who bring in their own coffee mug will get it filled with complimentary freshly brewed coffee from Stumptown Coffee Roasters.
Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village expands its environmental efforts beyond Earth Day employing a variety of energy conservation efforts year round. For example, the Grand Ballroom’s 21 chandeliers and more than 4,200 individual light bulbs were updated to all-LED bulbs. Strict water conservation regulations and recycling are executed though the laundry and landscaping departments. Finally, composting and food waste reduction initiatives have reduced the percentage of garbage sent to landfills by 78 percent since 2007.