Sponsor and Administrative Admin
Michael Arnstein has been following a fruitarian diet since January 2008.
Well known in the extreme sport of ultra-running, Michael has pushed his physical limits to prove how far you can go on fruit.
His love for his new found health and wellness inspired him to create the Woodstock Fruit Festival in 2010.
Michael assists in guiding festival's policy, promotion and financial security in its goals to become a leading event in the world of health and wellness.
Fruit Festival Director
Yuliya's strongest passion is personal growth and self-development in all areas of life and constantly pushing and questioning our perceived limits. She had discovered and embraced a raw vegan lifestyle in June 2002. After falling in love with and living in New York City for over 13 years, she recently moved to Hilo, Hawaii in pursuit of Sun, Nature, Fruit and Coconuts. Yuliya loves hiking, running, climbing coconut trees, preparing low fat raw vegan dishes, spending time with cats, juicing sugar cane, hunting for fruit, sleeping in the open air, practicing yoga and sitting meditation.
Yuliya has been with the Woodstock Fruit Festival from the day when the idea first came into existence. She gives thanks daily for an opportunity to serve that couldn't be more aligned with her core values.
Yuliya is coordinating the overall organizational and financial structure of the festival.
Registrations, Work Exchange and Schedule Manager, and Fruit Festival Artist
Anne has been on the Fruit Diet for over 25 years, and raised two happy and healthy children on this diet.
The fruit diet makes great sense to her on many levels - ethically, environmentally, anatomically, health-wise and spiritually. It is important to her to help sharing the wonders of the fruit diet, as well as its the sense and rationality. Anne had her book, 'Fruitarianism - The Path To Paradise', published in English in 2009, and in Italian in 2011. She thinks the way we eat and grow our fruit is vital in helping our planet to heal and be healthy.
Anne loves walking, beaches, rainforests, kitties, vintage 50's frocks, playing, dancing, music, and fruit! She lives with her younger son Cappi on the Sunshine Coast, Queeensland, Australia.
Anne joined the festival team in 2011. Currently her work consists of selecting the Work Exchange Volunteers, organizing the Schedule, working on registrations, and liaising with the Presenters. She very much appreciates being able to help promote the Fruitarian diet by being a part of the Woodstock Fruit Festival.