A dinner party that starts with vinyasa
Is that organic, humanely harvested kale on your plate?

It’s hard to avoid the eye roll every time we hear a chef or foodie friend talk about farm-to-table. We get it: Your chicken was clucking this morning.

Then we heard about Wildsoul.

Wildsoul sessions--each one takes place at a different Bay Area location--start with an afternoon yoga class and end with a dinner cooked from local farm fare. Think Dalai Lama meets Alice Waters, all in one day.

The next farm-to-table yoga dinner (June 21) starts with a 90-minute vinyasa class in an open-air tent at Berkeley’s organic farm Urban Adamah.

After getting your namaste on, you’ll go for an hour-long tour of the farm, where you’ll learn about the aquaponics and composting systems. (Heck, you just might pick up a few tips for your home garden.)

Finally, you’ll sit down to a multicourse meal of fava-bean ricotta toast, Little Gem salad with shaved radishes and celery-root-and-kale ravioli--all sourced from Urban Adamah and other neighboring farms.

Now that’s what we call Zen and the art of sustainable eating.

$95 for yoga class, farm tour and dinner; meeting location provided upon registration; wild-soul.com

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