Archive for the ‘Nourishment’ Category

The true luxury of a luxury mindfulness retreat

When I tell people that I run retreats at the Michelin starred Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa near Bath, most people immediately focus on the luxury: and yes, these are five star luxury surroundings, no doubt about it. However one of the most important luxuries is the fact that retreats here are limited to fewer…

Nourish

Discover Soul Nutrition’s mindful eating photographic food diary ‘Nourish’: free forever @ www.soulnutrition.org Why not subscribe to the Soul Nutrition YouTube Channel so that you can keep up to date as we release new videos?  Just click here to visit us and then click the Subscribe button that you can see to the right of…

Play with your Food: Plums

Here are ten juicy nuggets about plums: In both Chinese & Japanese myth, plums are associated with paradise, longevity & immortality. The Japanese Tree of Life was said to grow on the island of Penglai, or Horaizan, and had a golden trunk, golden branches, silver roots and luscious fruit (Andrews 2000) Plums contain neochlorogenic &…

Quinoa Cakes Recipe

Tomato & Red Pepper Quinoa Cakes recipe with sautéed wild mushrooms & shallots This quinoa cakes recipe has been requested by so many people who have eaten this delicious main course at one of our Soul Nutrition events in Manchester, that Chef Gary Nixon at De Vere Venues Cheadle House (a fabulous venue, just off the…

Mindful Eating for Happiness

Don’t let the dark nights get you down…. join us for a day of Happiness! Discover simple techniques to lift your spirits, and foods to help you glow with vitality. Delicious hot lunch with dessert is included in this inspirational day, packed with practical ideas to keep you and your loved ones full of the joys of…

Mindful Eating at The Hive in Worcester

On this inspirational one day course you will discover simple, empowering Mindfulness techniques to help support you in all aspects of life, but particularly in making nutritional changes to support your health and happiness. By building confidence in our intuition and combining Mindfulness with techniques from the worlds of Positive Psychology and Life Coaching, we can make positive,…

Wheatless Wednesday

You’d think that wheat intolerance was a modern digestive problem, but in fact ‘Wheatless Wednesday’ is an idea first promoted in the U.S. during World War I, and an unexpected side effect of this campaign (according to a 1929 Saturday Evening Post article) was that “Americans began to look seriously into the question of what…

Mindful Cooking at Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa: Sat 25th Oct 2014

Lifting Mealtimes out of the Mundane Learn how to develop an intuitive, almost meditative relationship with the whole process of creating meals on a daily basis, so that cooking becomes a calm oasis in an otherwise busy day rather than feeling like a chore. Gain unique insights into the way that Hrishikesh Desai, Roux Scholar…

Breakfast Cake

It may look more like pizza and be inspired by every Frittata recipe ever written, but in our house this has always been known as Breakfast Cake, even when we eat it at lunchtime.  Here is the simple recipe, which of course you can vary depending on whatever you have in the fridge as you…