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A dynamic virtual workshop by three East Bay locals, who are all masters of their craft – fitness, cooking, and literature.  The backdrop is a charming, newly updated craftsman home in North Berkeley that just hit the market - 1933 Yolo Ave.  Join them as they share their talents and offer innovative ways to help you shelter-in-place!  All presentations will be live-streamed and free admission. Presented by Mike Yohay, Realtor at Compass.

When: Wednesday, May 20, 2020

 

12:00pm // FITNESS:

Brittany Yohay will teach a full-body fusion barre class in the home’s downstairs media / rec room. How to watch: click to register below, and you will receive a Zoom link 30 minutes before the class begins.

3:00pm // COOKING

Monifa Dayo will showcase her unique blend of SeneGambian and California Cuisine in the home’s newly renovated kitchen. How to watch: Instagram Live (Follow @organicrealtor and join us then)

 

5:00pm // LITERATURE

 

Nina Renata Aron will indulge us in a fireside reading of excerpts from her just-released book, Good Morning, Destroyer of Men's SoulsHow to watch: Instagram Live (Follow @organicrealtor and join us then)

The SIP All-Stars consist of:

 

Brittany Yohay is a professional life coach and owner of The Dailey Method barre fitness studio in San Francisco.  A Bay Area native, her keen understanding of the body and movement derive from her Pilates mat training, 6 years as a Certified Massage Therapist, and her lifelong dedication to yoga, dance, and martial arts.  Brittany will teach a fast-paced, one-hour class that fuses the alignment focused elements of barre with the intensity of interval to give you a full body strength and stretching experience with intermittent blasts of cardiovascular fun. No equipment needed.

 

Monifa Dayo is a chef, consultant, recipe developer, food stylist and writer. She is the proprietor of a quaint eatery in Oakland called The Supperclub where a to-go division coined “Sur Place” offers SeneGambian and California Cuisine. Her work has appeared in (but is not limited to) William & Sonoma, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Eastbay Express and Food & Wine. She recently did extensive graphic research abroad in Senegal and France gathering content for her debut book, Commis Chef, that details the racial and gender disparities in high-end commercial kitchens.

 

Nina Renata Aron is a writer and editor living in Oakland. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Republic, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and elsewhere.  Her just-released book, Good Morning, Destroyer of Men's Souls, is a scorching memoir about addiction, obsession, and the lengths we go to for love. Out now from Crown.