Cooking Classes At Family Wellness

 Creating healthy food options may seem like a tall task but a local gym is helping community members get cooking.

Family Wellness held a healthy cooking open house to let community members know more about their cooking classes.

In them you can learn how to make food items like gluten free options and POWER Ninja bars.

They offer classes two to three times a month for adults and three times a month for kids.

“Healthy cooking sometimes gets overlooked everyone thinks oh I just need to exercise more, but you know living a healthy lifestyle isn’t only about exercising it’s about eating healthy, being relaxed and spiritually healthy,” said Wellness Education/Event Manager Angie Hasbrouck.

They do offer private cooking classes.
Regular classes are $9 for members and $15 for non members.