Everyday Paleo Workshop Schedule!!

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Alright, now on to the meat and sweet potatoes of this post. Our next Everyday Paleo Workshop is just around the corner!  Jason Seib, John and I will be in Lexington, KY on October 19th at J & M Strength and Conditioning; owned by Jim Laird and Molly Galbraith!  We hope you can join us for a full day of all things paleo and this workshop even includes a catered paleo BBQ lunch!!  So, come hungry, ready for fun, and a day filled with community and learning.  To register, click here!

In January, our next workshop will take place in Las Vages, NV!! On January 18th, please join us at Sin City CrossFit. Click here for details and to register.

Moving on to February, we take our workshop tour back to my homestate, CA!  On February 22nd we will be in Modesto, CA at Modesto Power!  Click here for details and to register.

All of us here at Everyday Paleo look forward to seeing you soon at an Everyday Paleo Workshop near you!!



    • Jason says

      Lisa, we were here in Clackamas at my gym in April. We will eventually bring the workshop back here, but probably not for a while. Have you been to my free nutrition class already?

        • says

          No, the workshops are not free. We have to charge in order to cover our travel expenses, etc. The cost of the workshops are $99. If you follow the links in the post above you will see the details and how to register. Thank you! : )

  1. melissa says

    How about Chicago area??? or Rockford or Milwaukee ? I’m not picky – I would drive to Milwaukee to hang out with you guys. Probably I would drive to Milwaukee before I would drive in Chicago…
    Think about it….

  2. Jen C. says


    I love the Everyday Paleo Italian cookbook. It sits on my counter and I use it all the time. I have a tip for the pizza crust, which we love making. Last night, instead of using a spatula to spread the dough, I put the dough between two pieces of parchment paper and rolled it with my rolling pin. The result? A thin, even crust that was fantastic! I kept the baking time the same. Delicious, delicious, delicious!


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