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This profile was last updated on 6/28/09  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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The Dailey Renewal Retreat, Greensboro, NC
www.daileyrenewalretreat.com, 28 June 2009 [cached]
Jean Dailey, founder of the Dailey Renewal Retreat is the Organic Cooking Instructor for Deep Roots,Earthfare,The Greensboro Country Cluband UNC-G's Continual Learning Program.
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You may contact the owner, Jean Dailey, atdaileyrenewalretreat@triad.rr.com
The Robert Rose Group teamed ...
bbtscottstringfellow.com, 29 Sept 2008 [cached]
The Robert Rose Group teamed up with Chakras Spa, Tommy Nance (a personal trainer based in Burlington), Jean Dailey of The Dailey Renewal Retreat, and Chef Warren Slate of Savour Personal Chef Services to stage an informative and fun event where clients could learn ways to make daily changes to improve their overall health.
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Scott & Stringfellow, Inc., founded in 1893, is a full service regional brokerage and financial services firm with 45 offices in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and New Jersey.
goTriad.com - Dailey healthy eating
www2.gotriad.com, 10 June 2004 [cached]
And that's where Jean Dailey comes in.
Dailey, owner of Dailey Renewal Retreat (808 Northridge St., Greensboro; 852-8889; DaileyRenewalRetreat.com) wants to teach you healthful eating.She wants to let you talk to experts who can help you get to the root of some of your bad habits.The exercise is still up to you, but she can pamper you with a mani-pedi when you're through.
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Jean Dailey is holding a grilled portobello sandwich with carmelized red onions, capers and sundried tomatoes.
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Dailey opened the retreat last summer after selling pharmaceuticals for a dozen years and running Herbal Health on State Street for seven years.
"Pharmaceuticals or herbs, to me they had the same level of healing," she says."I don't see the two as different.However, my diet had gotten pretty bad, and I was so tired, I'd spend all weekend in bed."
In trying to find the cause of her own health problems, Dailey began a raw food diet.That worked fine in the summer, but by winter she wanted warming foods again.Then she found Christina Pirello, who had terminal leukemia but had sent the disease into remission with a whole-food macrobiotic diet - one without prepackaged foods, sugar and dairy.
"Her cookbooks offered a lot more diversity and really worked for me," Dailey says."It really came back to me how much I liked to cook for myself.People don't realize that when they eat food prepared for them, they're absorbing the energy of what's going on in that person's life.The energy of a minimum-wage fast-food worker might not be something you want to take on.So, learning to cook for yourself is a gift to your own health."
Two years ago, Dailey began teaching classes at Deep Roots market; she has since added Earth Fare lessons, as well.
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"When we first opened, my main program was a 21-day detox for people who mainly wanted to lose weight," Dailey says.
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Dailey says the first visitors to her retreat were drawn there because of health issues, but now she has attracted a lot of students and faculty from nearby UNCG, and the cooking classes at Deep Roots and Earth Fare have opened up the lifestyle to people from all walks of life.
"As far as the cooking classes are concerned, we show people how to get their kitchen ready, from the pantry to the meal planning," Dailey says.
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Preparation is easy enough, although Dailey reminds home chefs that mushrooms should be carefully brushed free of dirt instead of washed because if they absorb any water, they'll become soggy when you cook them.
Short orders: Elizabeth’s celebrates new home
www.news-record.com, 25 Feb 2004 [cached]
Jean Dailey, owner of the Dailey Renewal Retreat (808 Northridge Street, 852-8889), a Greensboro healthful eating and beauty treatment business, is cooking up oven-roasted salmon with a green herb coulis at 6:30 tonight at Earth Fare (2965 Battleground Ave., 369-0190.)
goTriad.com - Short Orders
www4.gotriad.com, 26 Aug 2003 [cached]
Jean Dailey, owner of the Dailey Renewal Retreat (808 Northridge Street, 852-8889), a Greensboro healthful eating and beauty treatment center, is hosting Easy Organic Gourmet, a cooking-class series, at Earth Fare (2965 Battleground Avenue, 369-0190) in Greensboro.
Friday she whips up shrimp or chicken japonais, a dish infused with the flavors of mushroom, garlic and white miso.The hourlong class starts at 6:30.Call the store to reserve a spot.
Dailey also is teaching a series of classes at her retreat on Sundays and Tuesdays focusing on the health and healing benefits of foods.
"You can learn to use food to rebuild your health.It's really learning how to bring balance," Dailey says.
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