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KUSHI'S KITCHEN is a green company with the main studio in Minneapolis, MN and a branch in NYC. We are dedicated to excellence in teaching holistic lifestyle solutions to further sustainability, wellness and peace by living in harmony with nature.

The founder, Gabriele Kushi provides a well-rounded and a female wisdom approach. She offers a variety of educational wellness programs for individuals, groups, and companies via Skype/Phone/and in person. She provides volunteer programs locally, internationally and throughout the USA.

Gabriele Kushi, BFA, MEA, CHC, AADP, the founder of Kushi's Kitchen (www.KushisKitchen.com) is the author of Embracing Menopause Naturally (Square One Publishers), Eleven Macrobiotic Natural Foods Cooking DVDs, and a new book that she co-authored with her late father-in-law and teacher Michio Kushi, The Macrobiotic Kitchen in Ten Easy Steps (East West Publication). The book is also available in German.

Gabriele is a board-certified Holistic Health Practitioner and Health Coach, a certified Macrobiotic teacher, counselor and chef, and a certified yoga therapist and yoga teacher. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, the Kushi Institute, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in conjunction with Columbia University Teachers College, and the Devanadi School of Yoga. 

She dedicated her life to the Healing Arts with special focus on the macrobiotic system and its one peaceful world tradition, indigenous and alternative healing, yoga, sustainability, and the support of these arts by sound research. 

Gabriele received the 2009 Aveline Kushi award for her dedication and work in macrobiotics, and is on the advisory board of Earth Save International. She teams up with Native American medicine women as well as healers and spiritual teachers in Europe, Japan, Mexico, Middle America, the United States, India, and Africa.  

Gabriele has educated people from all over the world and all walks of life on how to become more self-reliant by choosing natural foods and sustain conscious lifestyles. She has helped many of her clients to change their lifestyles, worked with serious regenerative illnesses, and is a menopause specialist. Emerged in research, she is well aware of popular diet/food trends, and incorporates sustainable, global and local awareness. She addresses the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual to find the root cause. 

Gabriele was born in Germany and lives in the United States. Her Kushi's Kitchen studio is in Minneapolis and she has a branch with her daughter Angelica Kushi in NYC.

All sessions and study programs are available long-distance via Skype and phone.

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Testimonials 

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Publications:

 Embracing Menopause Naturally

The Macrobiotic Kitchen in 10 easy Steps (also available in German)

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Videos

Eleven Macrobiotic Natural Foods Cooking DVDs

 

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