Register for Plant-Powered and Thriving!

You are about to embark on a journey of transformation characterized by support, community, love, wise counsel, and powerful acknowledgement of what is possible for you. Congratulations, and Welcome!

Schedule:​ Fruits, Veggies, Greens, and Hebs

  • Group Meetings happen Sundays from 1:00–2:30pm. The first hour is for coaching and expert presentations. The last half hour is for small group support.
  • There will be 3–5 Group Meetings per month.
  • The first group meeting is scheduled for March 7.
  • You can schedule your first individual coaching session and begin getting email support as soon as you register.

Your first month’s fees are $97. All proceeds benefit Eat for the Earth.

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What You Will Get Each Month:​

  • Two Group Coaching Sessions–Value $100
  • One to Three Additional Group Sessions: Educational Presentations, Guest Experts–Value $100
  • One half-hour Individual Coaching Session–Value $100
  • Access via email to Rev. Beth Love in between sessions, to answer your questions, and provide acknowledgment, expertise, and support–Value $50
  • Additional resource referral

Plant-Powered and Thriving Full Value: $350/month

Discounted Rate: $97/month

 

 

 

About the Facilitator: Rev. Beth Love

Rev. Beth Love with basket of fruit and veggiesRev. Beth Love has been creating luscious, vibrant foods that deeply nourish on all levels—palate, body, planet, heart, and soul—for over four decades. She is a gifted teacher and speaker, ordained New Thought minister, personal coach, and author of the Tastes Like Love book series. Beth has brought a message of transformation to multiple audiences with her speaking and facilitation skills, in contexts as diverse as the California state prison system, schools, churches, businesses, radio, local community television, and The Oprah Winfrey Show. She is known for her fierce commitment, wise counsel, strategic mind, and huge capacity for love.

Rev. Beth’s life calling has taken many twists and turns, but has always been centered on human transformation. She has taught in and run Montessori schools, helped to found a New Thought church and served in various capacities in that community for over 20 years, run non- profit organizations focused on the topic of child abuse, and done extensive volunteer work with prison inmates. In recent years she has supported people to adopt a whole food plant-based diet through cutting edge culinary classes, group programs, and individual coaching. She has both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from prestigious universities and a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from eCornell and the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.

Rev. Beth’s current focus is the development of Eat for the Earth, an organization that supports a human dietary shift towards more plants and less animal products to sustain all life on Earth. Learn more and find out how you can get involved by visiting our home page.

 

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