The San Antonio Parks Foundation Presents
A CHAKRA TUNING DINNER: Harmonizing Food And Sound
Featuring Chef Elizabeth Johnson of Pharm Table
And Reiki Master, Pamela Martinez
Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
Japanese Tea Garden Pavilion
A Wellness Wednesday, special dinner engagement and sound experience at The Japanese Tea Garden featuring... A curated menu from Chef Elizabeth Johnson of Pharm Table, accompanied by your meditation guide from Reiki Master, Pamela Martinez.
The Chakra Tuning Dinner will provide a physical, mental, and spiritual experience. Combining carefully crafted dishes with relaxing soft tones and soothing and healing acoustics, guests can expect a balance and enlightenment to the body and mind.
Guests can also expect a beautiful banquet type setting underneath The Japanese Tea Garden Pavilion, with a gorgeous view of the koi fish ponds, and the soothing sounds of the waterfall, under the moonlight.
About Chef Elizabeth: Chef-owner Elizabeth Johnson is the mastermind behind Pharm Table, arguably the only anti-inflammatory restaurant of its kind. Referred to as a “Food as Medicine Guru” by the James Beard Foundation, Chef Elizabeth has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Conscious Company Magazine, Edible San Antonio, San Antonio Express News, The Current, San Antonio Woman, La Presse, Toronto Star, San Antonio Magazine, National Restaurant Association Magazine, as well as nationally televised programs like Simply Ming and The Travel Channel.
About Pamela Martinez: A Reiki master, educator, multi-instrumentalist and notable composer, this genre-hopping performer and musicians' resume includes performing violin at Carnegie Hall with a Carnatic Indian music ensemble, singing in San Francisco's historic Fillmore Theater, and taking part in contemporary performance art happenings in New York City.
Media | Sponsorship Contact:
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About San Antonio Parks Foundation: Organized in 1981, The non-profit, donor-supported San Antonio Parks Foundation is a philanthropic partner of the City of San Antonio’s Parks and Recreation Department, which stewards the City’s more than 247 parks and 150 miles of trails. All monies raised support and accelerate impactful and transformative park projects from playgrounds to lighting, beautification, accessibility, shade, recycling, water conservation, resurfacing walking paths, signage, restoration, and more. Funding for parks projects is provided from municipal, foundation, and corporate grants, and individual gifts.