Have a look under “Schedule” from the main menu for the preliminary schedule for this years festival. Please note that there can be some minor alterations to the program, including presentations and speakers.
Wishing you all a pleasant spring and if you happen to be in Chanthaburi for the world renowned durian festival in May we might see you there!
Thank you all that so far has registered for the festival! We have already participants from several different countries signed up and will be glad to meet you all at the festival.
We will soon publish the schedule for this year. It will be possible to read a more detailed description of the presentations if you click on the “Schedule” menu and follow the link http://freshfoodfestival.com/2012/?page_id=171. Descriptions of presentations will also be updated during the spring/summer.
We are also happy to present Marina Grubic, one of our core members of our raw food chef team this year. You can read more about her under the “Speakers” menu.
Looking forward to warmer weather and summer fruits
/Organizers of the FFF 2013
We have added some photos and info from the boarding school where the festival will take place. The school features an indoor sports hall, gym facilities, dining hall, lecture hall and a yoga/activity room. The outdoor facilities include a large football field, beach-volley area, skateboard u-ramp and outdoor playground. Hopefully sunny summer weather will allow us to schedule some lectures and activities outdoors, but if not, we will have excellent indoor facilities as well!
We are happy to anounce that yoga teacher and fruit lover Annette Davidsson will be joining us this year:
Annette Davidsson has been teaching yoga for several years in Copenhagen, Sweden and Norway and for the last year on Maui, Hawaii, where she lives with her husband, Dr. David Klein, who directs the Colitis and Crohn´s Health Recovery Center. She teaches classes for groups and individuals from her Anahata Studio in Haiku. She has also produced a DVD titled “Yoga for Digestion Perfection”.
Her teaching is loving, caring and easy to follow, even for beginners. Her website is http://www.ayoga.us.
New speaker for this year will be Grant Campbell:
Grant Campbell (aka Raw Aussie Athlete) is an athlete and an academic thriving on the 80/10/10 lifestyle since 2005. As FoodnSport’s Director of Education, he runs the 80/10/10 Certified Lifestyle Coach program with Dr. Graham. Grant has been running 80/10/10 raw vegan healthy lifestyle retreats in Australia and Thailand since 2007. He has also completed over 40 ultramarathons, has been to every FoodnSport event sinced 2008 and has witnessed over 100 people complete water fasts under Dr. Graham’s supervision. Grant plans on running a 100 mile trail when he turns 100, and looks forward to sharing his knowledge, experience and insights.
We are pleased to announce that the Fresh Food Festival 2013 is now open for registration and payment. Please click on Price & registration in the main menu.
This year the Festival will be located only a 30 min. drive from Copenhagen city, close to the well known town of Roskilde. The Festival will be presented by the danish non profit organization Fruit People.
We will be updating the website shortly with more information, stay tuned.
Ever heard of Capoeira?
Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance and music. It was created in Brazil mainly by descendants of African slaves with Brazilian native influences, probably beginning in the 16th century. It is known by quick and complex moves, using mainly power, speed, and leverage for leg sweeps.
At the FFF everyone can engage heart- and healthfully in this joyful game, at a basic level. All you need is comfortable and loose clothes and perhaps shoes as well.
Classes will through specialized warm up, exercises, and human interaction focus on basic technics, that enables you to dance, play and “fight” in a peaceful atmosphere.
Martin looks forward to dance joyfully with all of you!