With the power of social media and the gift of freedom of speech, there can be an overwhelming jungle of mis-information relating to diet and health and knowing what to trust can be a confusing challenge, particularly if you have had treatment for cancer.
This hollistic, bespoke and intimate workshop aims to equip you with accurate, trust-worthy nutritional knowledge to support your health through diet, as well giving you time to invest in your mental and emotional wellbeing.
* Price includes a delicious and nutritious lunch with tea and coffee served throughout the day.
* Please note, 10% of every ticket sale will be given as a donation to the work of Maggie’s, a charity supporting those affected by cancer.
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The morning will be led by Charlotte Foster, a Senior Specialist Dietitian working part time in the NHS at a top London hospital as well as heading up DINE (Dietetic Information & Nutritional Evidence) where she sees clients at her private practice in Central London and Surrey.
Her time within the NHS has enabled her to gain extensive and invaluable clinical experience working alongside many people facing a diagnosis of cancer.
As well as being a passionate foodie, she delights in educating, empowering and engaging individuals with evidence-based scientific nutrition knowledge to help restore healthy relationships with food and our bodies.
The afternoon will focus on emotional wellbeing led by Joanne Bradford. Joanne is a life coach, meditation practitioner, who has a certificate in counselling.
She fuses these techniques for her one-to-one and group offerings. She is co-author of The Inner Fix (published by Hodder & Stoughton in 2016) and is the founder of ‘Motherheart’ – a space where mental wellbeing, self-care and spirituality can intersect.
Joanne’s work has been featured in publications such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Psychologies, ES and The Times Magazines.