Mindfulness and healthy eating for Wellbeing
We held our first workshop on Monday 21st January, and it was lovely to have such a wonderful group of people enjoying themselves
the feedback was so positive that we have decided to deliver another one, this time in the evening
Thursday 28th February 2019, 6-8.15pm, West Bridgford, Nottingham. Price : £30
Join Yasmin and Susan for a wonderful workshop of mindfulness followed by a vegan dinner prepared by Susan.
In the first hour or so Yasmin will guide you through mindfulness practices that help cultivate an increase in physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
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By directing our awareness to our experiences and working with the breath, the body and whatever is present in our experience we can develop skills that help us savour the good and respond with greater wisdom to what is difficult.
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Mindfulness is a skill we can all develop and when we do it brings greater peace, compassion and happiness to our every day lives.
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When we bring the quality of mindfulness to our eating, we can enjoy our food even more and so we will also practice eating mindfully with Susan’s delicious and nutritious vegan lunch!
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Yasmin’s classes are experiential and encourage a sense of exploration with a quality of playfulness to combine learning with enjoyment.
This session is suitable both for people who are new to mindfulness and want to experience the practices first hand and also those who have studied and/or practice mindfulness regularly and would like to enjoy practising in a small group setting.
This session is all about healthy eating and enjoyment. We’ll spend time relaxing around the table and as a trained nutrition coach and chef I will share some of my nutritional expertise, deliver tips for healthy eating and answer any questions. All whilst you all enjoy a healthy balanced vegan lunch. Yasmin will also be on hand to answer any specific questions about her mindfulness practice.
Here’s a taste of the food that has tantalised previous tastebuds:
Wholesome soup, colourful quinoa salad, pea and mint pakoras, veggies with tahini lentils, apple cinnamon tarts, banana bread and fresh fruit. All served with refreshments
Allergies or intolerances No problem, I can make separate dishes that are suitable for you, just let me know in advance
This is a small workshop for a maximum of 8 -10 people so please book early to avoid disappointment
Contact Susan on 07946 301338 or firstname.lastname@example.org
or Yasmin email@example.com Tel: 07714290127
for more information or to make a payment
About Susan Hart and Yasmin Holmes
is a Nottingham-based nutrition coach, advising clients about the benefits and process of healthy eating. This is delivered on an individual, group or organisation basis. For clients wishing to stay healthy and possibly lose weight she offers vegan cooking classes. As a vegan chef she also writes restaurant reviews for the Nottingham Post as well as regularly writing for the West Bridgford Wire, Nottingham Aspect, Happiful magazine and other local and national journals. Visit her website www.nutrition-coach.co.uk
to find out more.
has been teaching mindfulness for a number of years and is a Breathworks and .B qualified mindfulness teacher. She works with individuals and organisations teaching mindfulness practices for a range of situations from stress and anxiety management to pain management, leadership development and improvement in wellbeing. She is founder of Mindfulness Makes Sense http://www.mindfulnessmakessense.com/
, and is an Associate tutor for the University of Nottingham’s Professional Development mindfulness and well-being courses.