Well Women

Shedding light on women health

Workshop with Julia Behrens & Daphne Lambert
Friday 12th July afternoon to Sunday 14th July afternoon

Greencuisine Byre, Lewes

Cost £395 residential £295 non residential

The rate of £395 includes all food & refreshments, simple farmhouse accommodation, massage, Feldenkrais session, recipes, handouts and a basket of herbs & foods to take home with you.

A couple of restorative days away to help bring greater harmony to your life,

The weekend includes:
• a soothing & revitalising massage
• in depth look at how to balance our hormones
• presentations on gut health & strong bones
• a herbal preparation workshop
• an awareness through movement Feldenkrais session
• a medicine walk discovering herbs to benefit our internal & external landscape
• preparing plant based foods that support the unique needs of a women
• making herbal tonics & mocktails
• tips on how to incorporate what you have learnt into your life
• question & answer session

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 jean@greencuisinetrust.org

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 organisatons looking at ways to nourish well being.

Kate Sweetapple has practised clinical massage for over 10 years & recently qualified as a Feldenkrais practitioner. “Understanding ourselves and learning to be present in our bodies is the key to easy movement. Feldenkrais has provided the missing link in my bodywork, helping me to empower clients to find & maintain ease of movement for themselves.”