For years, Julia Child acolytes were able to take cooking lessons at the legendary chef's house in France—a little place in Provence that she called "La Pitchoune," or "La Peetch." Soon, they'll be able to do yoga there, too.
According to Boston Magazine, the house was recently purchased by Makenna Johnston, a self-employed business strategist and life coach who plans to reopen the home—which was used as a cooking school from 1993-2015—as a “cooking retreat with excursions in yoga." The magazine notes that while the cooking school portion of the house won't open until 2017, it will open as a retreat and vacation spot in May of 2016.
It “will be a home base for a center on culinary exploration, peace, and community,” Johnston said.