As the days lengthen, the weather becomes milder and we start to shrug off our winter layers, it is a good idea to check in with your body to ensure you practice wellness in spring. Giving your body what it wants for health and happiness should always be a priority and this is especially true as the seasons change.

Our resident nutritionist Rhaya Jordan regularly hosts wellness workshops online and at Daylesford farmshops in London and the Cotswolds, each tailored to the particular time of year.

In spring, Rhaya is most often asked about feeling less sluggish and more energetic, losing excess weight that may have crept on over the winter months and managing springtime allergies. In April and May, her workshops will focus on spring eating, allergies, gut health and fermenting.

Rather than embarking on severe diets or detox programmes, Rhaya advises filling up on delicious seasonal superfoods, light broths and soups, quality fats and gut-friendly ferments.

Spring can be a miserable time for hayfever sufferers, so Rhaya’s workshops explore how you can prime your immune system to be less reactive to pollen in the air by gently introducing your system to traces of pollen by including a little local, raw honey in your diet.

Allergies and digestive health are closely linked, so approaching them together is a natural and logical move. The wellness workshops focus on seasonal foods and drinks known for their soothing properties, such as traditional shrub cordials using gut-friendly cider vinegar.

You can find plenty of wellness advice, practical tips and nutritious recipes on our website and Rhaya’s workshops are an additional opportunity to gather a wealth of inspiration and ideas to help you recalibrate your diet and stay well throughout the year.

Find out more our upcoming wellness workshops with Rhaya Jordan below. 

 

upcoming wellness workshops

VIRTUAL WELLNESS WORKSHOP

SPRING EATING, ALLERGIES & GUT HEALTH

21st April 2021

This session will explore the foods currently in season which are fantastic for the immune system, with plenty of tips on how to include them in your diet.

Rhaya will focus on foods that optimise digestive health, such as light broths, vinegars and ferments, as well as drinks and teas known for their soothing properties.

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WELLNESS WORKSHOP (cotswolds)

SPRING

23RD APRIL 2021

As the world outside our windows opens up, bringing with it a warmer sun and longer days, we like to view springtime as a time of new beginnings. With a focus on healing, renewal and the planting of new ideas, it’s important to nurture our wellbeing during this special season of regeneration and growth. Our resident nutritionist Rhaya Jordan will lead this two hour workshop, sharing tips and recipes related to the chosen topic for the workshop. Please note the topic will be confirmed nearer the time.

WELLNESS WORKSHOP (Cotswolds)

SPRING

5th May 2021

As the world outside our windows opens up, bringing with it a warmer sun and longer days, we like to view springtime as a time of new beginnings. With a focus on healing, renewal and the planting of new ideas, it’s important to nurture our wellbeing during this special season of regeneration and growth. Our resident nutritionist Rhaya Jordan will lead this two hour workshop, sharing tips and recipes related to the chosen topic for the workshop. Please note the topic will be confirmed nearer the time.

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Virtual WELLNESS WORKSHOP

HARNESSING HERBS FOR HEALTH

12th May 2021

Join us and discover how to harness herbs for your health and wellbeing. During the evening, our resident nutritionist Rhaya, will introduce guests to the power of herbs for our health, exploring the benefits they can have on our bodies.

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WELLNESS WORKSHOP (Brompton Cross)

SUSTAINABLE HEALTH & NUTRITION

26th May 2021

Join our resident nutritionist Rhaya Jordan for this two hour workshop on sustainable health and nutrition. Learn how to make changes for the better – and how to keep them up in the long term. We will explore easy stress-free ways to move forward for the benefit of both your health and the health of the planet.

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