Moscow Co-op Classes: Stress Reduction
The Moscow Food Co-op (121 East 5th St.) has expanded its educational offerings to include a class series on the relationship between diet and mental health. The newest class in the Food and Mood series will be held on Saturday, June 15, at 4:30 p.m. in the 1912 Center’s Arts Workshop.
This class will be led by Dr. Isabel Gaila Barbuto (PsyD., MBA.) Dr. Barbuto brings a wealth of knowledge from her career as a psychologist and yoga teacher to this class series, and this session will cover the effects of stress on digestion and appetite, and the importance of daily stress reduction. The class will include an overview of mindfulness techniques and a guided meditation led by the instructor.
Tickets are available now for this classes at the Co-op’s website: www.moscowfood.coop/classes. All are welcome to attend. Class tickets are $5 for general admission and $3 for Co-op owners, with further discounts available for student owners and owners participating in the Co-op’s FLOWER program.
Isabel Barbuto holds both a Doctorate (PsyD) and Master’s (MA) degree in Counseling Psychology, a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) degree, and is a certified Hypnotherapist (CHt), Reiki Energy Master, Kundalini Yoga Teacher (IKYTA-200), and iRest Integrative Restorative Yoga Nidra Teacher.
The Moscow Food Co-op
The Moscow Food Co-op was established in 1973, and for 46 years we have promoted our cooperative identity by providing healthy food and creating a healthier planet and a stronger, healthier community. We are guided by more than 7,700 owners, and welcome anyone to shop in our store. In the tradition of their founders, cooperative members “believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others," and aim to be good stewards of the earth and each other. The Moscow Food Co-op is located at 121 East 5th St. in Moscow, Idaho, and is open every day from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. We also have a satellite location on the University of Idaho campus in Moscow at 822 Elm Street. We are governed by a democratically elected Board. Both the Moscow Food Co-op’s past and future are rooted in cooperative values and principles as expressed through the International Cooperative Alliance.