The Food for Wellbeing workshop has been developed by the Portland Centre for Integrative Medicine to make food a mainstream health offer to support a range of health-related problems. We work with healthcare professionals such as psychologists, nutritionists and fitness experts to provide personalised advice surrounding food and health.
Food for Wellbeing Course
“In terms of food preparation, during the Food for Wellbeing course, I have gone from ‘chore’ to ‘explore’. Thank you.”
The Food for Wellbeing course brings together practical tips around cooking healthy food from scratch; psychological expertise, to look at blocks to making healthy choices; and nutrition and medical knowledge to help us understand why food is so important for our health and wellbeing. On this course, you will also have the opportunity to find out more about the role of exercise in health and wellbeing, and how you can connect into the Food Network. Each week there will be a practical demonstration with local community food educators, a shared meal, and input from experts interested in non-drug approaches to health and wellbeing.
Next course date: The next course will begin in Autumn 2017 in Bristol.
Cost: Early bird tickets are currently available for £120. Please register your interest by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org. The fee will not be charged until dates have been confirmed.
Food for Wellbeing Corporate Workshop
Food for Wellbeing can be delivered in a corporate or private setting during lunch hours, to motivate staff to improve their wellbeing through healthy eating. This format was piloted to NHS staff at the University Hospital Bristol in Autumn 2016 to great success.
To book a workshop: If you are interested in booking a workshop, please email email@example.com for more information.