The Alchemist’s Kitchen launches its online learning platform


If the last 2 years haven’t learned anything, it’s because education and learning are changing around the world.

Many teachers and students have taken advantage of this opportunity to find a much more comfortable learning environment for them, whether in comfortable clothing or in an area of ​​their home that nurtures and supports the material they pick up.

The Alchemist’s Kitchen recently shared an online lesson on how to make the easiest and most delicious CBD cookie with its community. Author and health coach, Jenny Sansouci shared a recipe from the book, The Rebel’s Apothecary, and chatted a bit with VP of Business Development, Ezza Valdez, about her on-demand course for The Alchemist’s Kitchen.

Watch the lesson on how to make these amazing Chocolate Chip Mint Matcha Cookies here

After nearly two years of offering live, instructor-led classes, The Alchemist’s Kitchen is thrilled to announce the launch of its on-demand class platform! Their community recognizes that joining live, in-person events can be a challenge due to busy schedules, conflicting time zones, and a strong desire to combat “zoom fatigue.”

In order to make access to these courses and educational materials more convenient, The Alchemist’s Kitchen spent the last quarter of 2021 planning, designing and testing this new platform. They also hosted a free altar-making lesson as a gift to their community and in support of the Planner of Many Moons.

To evolve is to learn

Events and workshops have always been a mainstay offering for The Alchemist’s Kitchen. They have an extensive network of teachers, practitioners, guides and industry experts with decades of experience focused on learning and perfecting their craft. It is also a unique opportunity to highlight emerging teachers in order to help them disseminate their teachings and broaden their audience. The goal is to provide a complete ecosystem of support not only for students but also for teachers. The emphasis is on recognizing that learning is not an individual journey but a reciprocal exchange of ideas, concepts and experiences.

For authors who are also teachers, The Alchemist’s Kitchen brings its retail experience to enhance the classroom experience. For example, The Alchemist Kitchen Book Club offers tiered options for students to benefit from an online book club as well as a selection of carefully selected products that can be used to support their learning.

The magic of self-paced learning

Recent studies show that online learning has been shown to increase information retention. It offers students the opportunity to rewind, pause, review and digest information that makes old ways of learning obsolete. Students can also use their phone as a learning tool to allow their learning journey more freedom.

In addition to offering online classes, The Alchemist’s Kitchen continues to enhance the learning experience through monthly gatherings and scheduled live Q&As with teachers, authors, guides and more, allowing students to learn at their own pace without losing a sense of community. It is truly a synergistic collaboration between traditional offline learning and online learning, creating an experience that learners are sure to enjoy.

Learning something new while being comfortable.

Guess the future

They take this opportunity to learn from the past 2 years and expand their knowledge and offerings to reach a wider audience using all the latest technology to create a more conscious and powerful future. From expanding into international markets through translated courses, to partnering with larger organizations, to exploring virtual reality, their hope is to create a world where we all evolve to better love people.

Come be co-creators with The Alchemist’s Kitchen. Let them know which classes are the most interesting, which teachers are favored and become part of this amazing community.

A new start

During one of Ezza’s shifts, an in-store visitor shared an experience with a recent forest bathing class. The visitor described how that one class changed the trajectory of her life. She bought the forest bathing book, went to Japan to study with the author, Dr. Qing Li, traveled to Europe shortly afterwards to visit the forests there, and returned to practice forest bathing. Forest. They hope to soon be able to offer a course on forest bathing given by this practitioner.

These are the stories that inspire The Alchemist’s Kitchen to continue to expand its offerings and create a community that continues to learn and evolve.

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The Alchemist’s Kitchen
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Louis Sagar
119 Croby Street
New York
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