Alejandro Glatt has launched Feel the Fruit movement, an experiential fruit healing experience that combines meditation with fruit to connect to the five senses and help others feel grounded and inspired.

Meditation takes much focus and stamina, and after Glatt round difficulties connecting during healing experiences, he found fruit grounded him and linked him with the earth, so he began using them as a visual and tasty tool to bring people together and escape the stress of daily life. 

Feel the Fruit is more than just an experience; it’s a lifestyle brand that encompasses giant fruit mandala art pieces as well as eclectic dried fruit jewelry accessories, and even an exotic fruit box delivery service delivered to your door based on personal wellness needs. Fruits offer a variety of health and wellness benefits, and Glatt is pioneering a way to implement these savory sweets into daily life through ceremonies of appreciation 

Based in Tulum, Alejandro Glatt is a multidisciplinary artist, passionate about the aesthetic and energetic interactions between fruits, colors, and humans. With a permaculture design  background specializing in fruits, he understands the fruit growing process and how to manifest an abundance cycle.

He finds and shares the essence of the fruit, represented through an artistic and sensual lens.

Through altars, ceremonies and workshops, his message to the world is to connect, play and interact with Mother Nature’s resources.

Alejandro says, “Through a conscious vision and by manifesting a regenerative fruit abundance cycle process, we are empowered to connect and reconnect with nature. Art, consciousness and permaculture are the pillars of this movement for delivering freshness around the world. Feel your feelings- Squeeze your feelings!”

Glatt has been featured in Envision festival Costa Rica, Art With Me Tulum and Miami, Project Heart in Turkey, Art Week in Mexico City, Ahana Yoga in Miami and in a variety of hotels, festivals and retreats in Mykonos, Melbourne, Los Ángeles, Joshua Tree, Santa Teresa, Xilitla and Tel Aviv. 

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