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2011 US Tour Wrap-up

Posted on August 21, 2011
Philip
2011 US Tour Wrap-up

I finally put aside some time for a quick wrap-up of my U.S. lecture tour that finished in March. I wanted to finish this wrap-up a long time ago, but so much has happened since the. Here are just a couple details from this year:

  • Lived for 3 months in England (finished a full UK Tour)
  • I’ve moved back to the East Coast from California
  • I did a tour in Toronto, including the Get Juicy! fasting retreat
  • Finished a new Juicing Book (Raw Food Juice Bar 2.0, soon to launch in paperback next month)
  • Finishing a brand new amazing Weight Loss Program (early bird sign up here)
  • Opened a Raw Food Online Store (see here)
  • Starting to develop my own line of products (soon to come!)
  • Prepping for my 3 month Australian Tour starting in Oct!

Phew, no wonder this update is a little late.

I started the tour giving a lecture in Miami, where we had a full selection of healing modalities going on after my lecture, from massage and sound healing to yoga and reiki.

Then the tour moved to Texas where I met the lovely Alicia Moncur, and her daughters, Aspen, Kenna, and Rowan. Alicia runs the Spring Woodlands raw food meetup group in TX, you should definitely check it out. I spoke in Houston and in Spring, TX.

This was one of the most loveliest families I have ever stayed with. Rowan was nice enough to donate her newly decorated room for me to borrow (too cool!), Kenna was always down for some laughs, and Alicia was the perfect host. When it was time to go it really felt like I was leaving family. Thanks ladies. :)

 

And the group from Spring, TX was high energy too, I loved hanging with them (see pic below). Later on in the day we had an intimate dinner were we all hung out, talked about consciousness, and shared our lives with each other. So much fun, thank you all.

Then I drove north to Dallas, where I met up with Courtney and Isaac Clay. They put on an event at their parents beautiful house where we were greeted with roaming animals throughout the yard, edible plants everywhere, and even an indoor stone swimming pool. Very cool!

The tour finally ended in Oklahoma City, OK, for a final lecture at the 105degrees Raw Food Academy (now renamed Matthew Kenney OKC). Post lecture we were all treated with a lovely dinner. I was joined by my good friend Russell James, raw food chef and former academy teacher at 105degrees.

And you know I can’t go on tour without hitting up some local spring water. Here is a lovely little spot in the Dallas area. My friend Nora and I, happy as a couple of fish!

Hope to see you next time around,

Philip McCluskey

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