Friday 27th – Sunday 29th November 2020
Greencuisine Byre, Lewes
Fun, practical, inspiring ways to bring greater harmony to your life.
Well Women Retreats explore skin, hormone balancing, the gut microbiome, the vagus nerve as well as making herbal tonics and mocktails, preparing plant based foods that support the unique needs of a women & tips on how to incorporate what you have learnt into your life.
We are limiting participants to 6 to allow for social distancing find out more.
Winter Nurturing Retreat includes:
- a soothing & revitalising massage
- relaxation techniques
- your body in balance
- herbs to support a womens journey
- winter herbal preparations
- country walks
- poems & stories
- connecting land, plants & health
- nutrition myths
- collagen support foods
- shrubs, oxymels & cocktails
- a winter feast from the larder and land around
- food notes, recipes and a simple guide to herbs
- A nurturing gift box
The weekend starts with a massage on Friday afternoon (time of massage determines time of arrival though you are welcome to arrive any time after 2) and finishes at 4.00pm on Sunday.
Residential Course Cost £445
Each weekend is held at Greencuisine Trust in Lewes, E Sussex, and starts with a massage on Friday afternoon and finishes on Sunday at 3.30pm
‘A fantastic weekend packed full of very practical knowledge about herbs, plants and food. Every detail was thought through and we felt held, inspired and nourished’
The rate of £445 includes all food & refreshments, simple farmhouse accommodation, massage, movement sessions, recipes and handouts.
Non-residential Cost £345
The weekend starts with a relaxing massage on Friday afternoon (time of massage determines time of arrival though you are welcome to arrive any time after 2) followed by supper and finishes at 3.00pm on Sunday. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring an apron with you.
To book, enquire about concessions or for further information contact
Julia Behrens is a qualifed practitioner in Herbal Medicine with an honours degree from the College of Phyto-therapy. Julia has taught at the School of Herbal Medicine, lectured at East London and Westminster University, consulted for the WWF and Neal’s Yard, appeared on TV and runs a range of courses in Herbal Medicine. Julia works alongside GP’s and is currently practicing at the Herstmonceux Health Centre and at the Albion Clinic in Brighton.
Daphne Lambert is the founding member of Greencuisine Trust and works as an educator within the charity. She was the chef & co-owner of the first certified organic restaurant and eco hotel. She qualifed as a nutritionist from the School of Medicinal Nutrition in 1990 and has run a consultancy practice for over 25 years working with schools, colleges and organisations looking at ways to nourish well being.