Every two weeks at work a new group of students come, while the last group goes. That Friday is a special day here at the Ann Wigmore Institute the out going students graduate, you can hear laughter and ‘You are so beautiful to me’ wafting through the air. After graduation everyone is treated to an institute favorite, zucchini pasta, this particular batch pictured is with a pea pesto sauce, which is incredibly delicious.
Photos C/O: FoCameron
By now you all know I stayed in Puerto Rico and promised to share what I am doing here; particularly the most profound part, working at the Ann Wigmore Institute. The past few weeks have been filled with learning to live a different life style, a life style supported by not just raw, but living foods. So here we are in paradise, at a peaceful and beautiful place for learning, healing, and health, where you as Dr. Wigmore says “Reconnect, Rebuild, and Rejuvenate.”
We will begin our tour at the main office and shop located on the first floor, the second floor houses colonics and massage rooms. Down that path you would pass the coconut cutting hut, green houses, and fruit cage, to the other main building.
Here you will find the kitchen area and dorms on the first floor and a community class room on the second.
On the left of this path is the fruit cage, green/sprout house, and cooler, to the right is the kitchen and wheatgrass juicing area.
as are sunflower sprouts. Let’s just say sprouts are the new black.
One of the beautiful greenhouses.
The wheatgrass station is pretty stellar!
Class is outside, at the picnic table, or the student kitchen.
Living quarters on the ocean.
This is where I work, I love it!
Most meals are enjoyed outside on the long picnic benches, but when the rain comes we gather here.
Dr. Ann Wigmore herself presiding over the institute.
Now that we have become acquainted with the layout of our facility I will begin posting more about the food we create.