Cleanse & Nourish

Yoga & Workshop

with Beth Trotter & Nutritionist Sam Silvester

 Saturday 13th January 2018

10.00 – 1.00 pm

  Stockcross Village Hall

£30

*Booking Essential

It’s time to cleanse away the holidays, embrace your New Year’s goals and get your year off to a great start.  Join Beth and Sam for an inspiring and informative workshop that combines yoga and nutrition.   There will be lots of tips to help you stay on track and be the healthiest version of you.

Programme of the day:

  • 10.00 – 11.30 Yoga to Detox – Toxins are everywhere, from chemicals produced by stress to unhealthy toxins we ingest from polluted air, as well as the foods we eat.  Detoxification is a natural physiological process within the human whereby toxic substances are removed.  Yoga can be an invaluable tool for cleansing the physical as well as the emotional waste that doesn’t necessarily get tackled by our organs.  Beth will lead you through a practice where you will be stretching and squeezing the body and muscles boosting the circulatory systems.  There will also be some twists and gentle inversions to leave you feeling lighter with a clearer mind.
  • 11.30 – 12.00 Tea break and healthy bites and detox drink
  • 12.00 – 1.00pm – A talk from Sam Many people think that a detox consists of fasting and juicing, but there are key nutrients that are vital to support detoxification via the gut and at a cellular levels, as well changes in the environment that are crucial to keeping our healthy. Sam will show you which foods to add to nourish to body through winter, and which to avoid to support a healthy liver and gut, facilitating natural detox, along with changes to our lifestyle that will reduce our toxic load. There will be handouts, recipes and a detox drink to try.
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Nutty Banana Ice Cream

I love this recipe.  It is very quick and easy to make and is absolutely delicious  – Enjoy

Ingredients:

1 ripe banana, peeled sliced and frozen, 2 teaspoons almond butter (I used Meridien), 3 tablespoons coconut or almond milk

Method:

  • Slice and freeze the banana
  • In a food processor or blender, whizz up the banana and nut butter with 2 tablespoons of nut milk.  Add a little more milk if needed so that the mixture becomes smooth rather than runny.
  • Eat immediately, as it defrosts very quickly