Sharon Feanny's Live Fit Kitchen

Thursday, December 13, 2018

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On Sunday, December 9, health guru Sharon Feanny, the owner and founder of the Shakti Yoga House, launched her cookbook, Sharon Feanny's Live Fit Kitchen at Strawberry Hill Hotel and Spa. Surrounded by the beautiful and lush hills of the Blue Mountains, guests were led in a calming yoga session by Feanny before she explained the reason for her cookbook. Known by many as the woman who brought yoga to Jamaica, Feanny has often engaged in projects that encourage Jamaicans to live fit, live life and live love. Her newest labour of love is no different. Sharon Feanny's Live Fit Kitchen features over 100 recipes that offer the most nutritious meals that are simple to prepare and delicious. Feanny even dedicated a portion of the book to guilty pleasures and sweet treats in keeping with her 80/20 rules of eating well 80% of the time and using the next 20% to enjoy a scrumptious dessert - the right way! After yoga, guests were treated to passed hors d'oeuvres featuring recipes from the book, such as Maca Truffles Raw Cacao Energy Bombs and Fully Loaded Super Food Cookies topped with Homemade Almond Butter. Books were also sold on location, with the option for Feanny to personally sign copies. Sharon Feanny's Live Fit Kitchen is now being sold at all Fontana locations islandwide and on Amazon.com.

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