Lorin Parrish has followed a lifelong passion for the healing arts, nutrition, the environment and well being. After years of working & living abroad, Lorin settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1982. Lorin grew up in southern California with a creative passion that became her driving force in everything she did. At 16 she moved to Hawaii to attend high school and live with her brother Tom. In Hawaii, she was first introduced to yoga, vegetarian cooking and lifestyle, eastern philosophy, and pipeline surfing.
Lorin studied art, textiles and philosophy at Colorado State University and at the University of San Francisco. Moving back to Hawaii after college, she assisted her brother with Quiksilver, an up and coming surf wear company at the time, and through her brother became involved in OahuÔÇÖs surf culture. Searching for more, she traveled throughout Southeast Asia, living in various monasteries, pursuing meditation and spiritual practice with such teachers and the Dalai Lama, Sri Sri Anandamayima, Munindraji, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and Mother Krishnabai. In 1982 she continued her career teaching and practicing manual therapy, energy medicine, massage and bodywork. During this time Lorin developed several programs in bodywork and manual therapy. Some of these programs included Ortho-Bionomy, Cranial Sacral, Medical Massage, Sports Massage, Somatic Therapy, Reflexology, Homeopathy and Visceral Manipulation.
Her latest business endeavor BODY, began in 2004 as an inspiration to create a new paradigm in business by establishing a place for people from all walks of life to gather and share in a diverse community center where everyone wins.
CATEGORY: Restaurants & Cafes, Other
TAGS: near Salvador Perez Park in Santa Fe in New Mexico, boutique, yoga studio, vegetarian restaurant, organic wine and beer, Raw Organic Truffles, spa, Vegan Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free, American, Organic Beer, Organic Wine
February 10, 2014
I've eaten several times at BODY Cafe and love it! I've been a vegan most of my life as well as gluten free. I can eat almost anything on the menu as all of their dishes are vegan and from there you can add cheese, eggs, etc.. It's so delicious you don't think "Health Food"... you just experience "WoW".
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