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|The Manor School of Fine Cuisine at The Nottingham School of Cookery|
|Monday 23rd. September 2013|
|Are you interested in learning more about how the way we eat can help us to better manage stress and become more emotionally resilient? If so, this is the course for you!|
The Food for Thought course is a unique combination of cookery skills and stress management. This highly interactive day will enable you to develop your cookery skills and learn more about how food and the way we eat is intrinsically linked to our emotional wellbeing. You will learn how to reduce stress through eating well, develop a positive relationship with food, and place how and what we eat at the centre of our lives.
Food connects you to people
Food connects you to where you live
Food connects you to the world
The day will be run by Claire Tuttey of the Nottingham School of Cookery and Simon Chilton, a Mental Health Professional (and food enthusiast), who specialises in helping people to better understand and manage stress.
You will have the opportunity to learn more about;
What is stress?
Why is stress such a problem?
Stress and nutrition
What is our relationship with food?
The therapeutic effects of cooking
Putting food at the centre of our lives
This is a fun, interactive day and provides a great opportunity to learn more about what being a happy eater really means!
To enquire about the Food for Thought Course contact Claire on 0789 1122616 or 0115 9372181