Are you one of those ladies who would like to know how to make really great food, but you have been too busy traveling the world and building your empire? Me too! But wait, now you can take a few hours out of your super duper crazy life and learn how to make vegan chocolate while centering your Chakras (OK, maybe not that dramatic with your chakras).

The Studio of Good Living is the place to go this holiday season. Classes are taught by Phoebe Schilla, an accomplished professional chef who trained at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, France and received her degree from the Culinary Institute of America in New York. Chef Schilla designed the Studio of Good Living for today’s lifestyle savvy people who are seeking ways to bring balance back into their hectic daily lives. Classes range from cooking gluten free and vegan meals, mastering holiday sides and desserts, and delicious homemade gifts.

At the Studio of Good Living, our goal has always been to make cooking nutritious food accessible,” said Schilla. “During what can be a very hectic holiday season, the upcoming classes are aimed to highlight the joys of cooking wholesome foods including holiday favorites, all the while continuing to lead a balanced life.”

Upcoming Classes:

Edibles Holiday Gifts

Seasonal Jam, Cookies, Dessert Sauces, Oh My! Participants will be the hosts’ favorite guest with gifts like Homemade Irish Cream, Dulce de Leche, Apple Cranberry Jam, Chocolate Bourbon Balls, Pecan Tassies and Russian Tea Cakes.

Saturdays, December 1, 8, 15, from 11-2 p.m.

Live Well, Eat Well Seminars

De-stress for the holidays and start off the weekend right! Participants will begin with a half an hour cooking demonstration then move into a gentle, peaceful hour -long yoga class, culminating with a seasonal three-course vegetarian dinner. All levels are welcome. Dietary restrictions happily accommodated.

December 7, 14, 21, 28, from 6-9 p.m.

For more information or to sign up for Studio of Good Living classes, please visit