Our YPO group utilized Alyssa’s services and had a fantastic experience. She is knowledgeable, kind and thoughtful in her teaching approach. I would highly recommend her to anyone – whether you are new to meditation or have meditated for years, she is a fantastic resource.
Alyssa is an amazing nutritionist. She has such a healing presence and went above and beyond in researching my health conditions and making recommendations that I knew I could realistically follow. I appreciate how she also brings in her background in mindfulness, and I use her stress management techniques and breathing exercises all the time.
Alyssa was a consummate professional: articulate and poised, yet flexible and adaptive. During the two-hour retreat she led the group through a variety of meditation techniques. The feedback we received from the participants was overwhelming positive, particularly about the expertise of our guide. One participant said it was ‘the most relaxed they’ve ever been’.
Creamy homemade almond milk, with its nutty scent and gentle sweetness, is a milder non-dairy milk than its cashew cousin. It’s the perfect base (that packs a nutrient punch) for a smoothie, and equally appealing when splashed in tea or coffee.
This spiced chicken pumpkin soup features a vibrant union of carrots, peppers, and onions, which frame frame soft morsels of slow-cooked chicken steeped in bone broth, tomatoes and pumpkin puree.
As a certified teacher, Alyssa’s guided meditations are designed for your relaxation, offering a taste of the beautiful world of breathwork.
This paleo carrot pepper soup pops with bright roasted vegetables, a vivid medley further enhanced by the sweetness of fresh orange juice and mild crunch of chopped chives.
This paleo cioppino features wild shrimp, salty clams, and fresh cod, which cook gently in a simmering bone broth infused with aromatic basil, blended tomatoes, soft onions, carrots, and celery.