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Fri, 09 Dec


VirbaiMaa Jalaram Community Centre

Chocolate Making with Kirtan

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Chocolate Making with Kirtan
Chocolate Making with Kirtan

Time & Location

09 Dec 2022, 19:00 – 21:00

VirbaiMaa Jalaram Community Centre, 2a Westcotes Dr, Leicester LE3 0QR, UK

About the event

Learn how to make handmade chocolates whilst singing away to sacred Kirtans just

like the professionals at our Christmas Chocolate Making Workshop with Kirtan.

Friday 9th December 2022 7- 9 pm.

It’s creative and fun and at the end of the session you have your very own Christmas

inspired chocolate creations to enjoy. Share them with family and friends, give them

as Christmas gifts or keep them all to yourself. The choice is yours! Raw, unspoilt, natural chocolate is abundant in iron, zinc, calcium and magnesium, which are common deficiencies in western society due to depleted soils from over farming. Unlike chocolate with added dairy, which inhibits the absorption of cacao’s natural benefits, raw cacao can aid in having a healthy heart, balance hormones, make you feel happy and assist in combating depression and is naturally high in antioxidants.

Geet Navjot Kaur will be guiding you through your vegan chocolate making session.

You will learn to make basic raw chocolate and discover which unrefined sugar substitutes work best. You will also make soft centre chocolates, which of course you will get to eat and in-joy.

Please let us know of any allergies or intolerances on booking.

Nik Parmar of Spiritual Gypsy is a creative Bhakti yogi who loves to explore and share the ancient Eastern concepts of devotional wellbeing, offering a mystical lifestyle based on sacred culture and timeless wisdom wrapped in modern relevance and spiritual joy. His research interest is in Performance Ritual and how people express their identity and connection to their sense of place through music, dance, storytelling and across the arts.

Nik conducts bespoke creative workshops based on sacred, traditional and historically grounded arts and crafts heritage of the Vedic traditions.

Geet Navjot Kaur is a devoted yogini, having started her yoga journey in 2013 and going on to train in creative vinyasa flow, yin, aerial and Kundalini. Geet studied as a dancer from a young age and loves to continue her creative expression through her yoga practice and teachings. Geet also creates raw vegan foods and cakes, which can be sampled at her events.

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