I’m excited to announce the launch of The Wellness Series, which include four 1-hour workshops discussing practical ways to nourish the mind & body through nutrition, herbalism & mindfulness.
Workshop 1: Cleansing & Mindful Eating on Sat 14th Oct 2017. The first instalment will discuss ways to cleanse & reenergise the body & support the immune system in time for the warmer months.
Workshop 2: Food & Mood on Sat 11th Nov 2017. The second instalment will discuss ways to use food as medicine to promote mental health. Learn about foods & herbs that can support us through anxiety, depression or to generally lift the mood & support mental health & wellbeing.
Workshop 3: Food & Women’s Health on Sat 18th Nov 2017. This third instalment will discuss how foods & herbs can support women’s health; including fertility, regulating menstrual/moon cycles, and ways to relieve symptoms of PMT & endometriosis.
Workshop 4: Healing the Gut on Sat 2nd Dec 2017. The fourth & last instalment will discuss how we can heal the gut through food & fermentation with a practical introduction to Komboocha making.
You can book one workshop for $35 or ALL four workshops for $120
Each workshop runs from 11am – 12pm & is limited to 20 spaces
For bookings visit this link.
If you have any questions please contact rasha.tayeh[at]gmail[dot]com
Rasha Tayeh is a holistic nutritionist, researcher & artist. Her practice is inspired by the seasons & ways in which we can enhance connections with our bodies, our communities & with nature. She combines principles of nutrition & herbalism in her wellness workshops. Rasha is a registered nutritionist with experience working in private practice, community health and academia. As an artist, she has exhibited nationally & internationally at various galleries including the Australian Centre for the Moving Image & the National Gallery of Victoria. For more visit www.rashatayeh.com
I’ll be hosting another delicious workshop at the Flower & Garden Market on Sunday 9 October at Barkly Square in Brunswick. You’re invited to balance and renew your energy with medicinal herbs from your home garden or pantry, and learn about the benefits of seasonal produce.
As we enter the warmer months, support your body & mind into healthier rhythm and vitality, away from the sluggishness of winter. The Spring Rhythm workshop will include an introduction to selected medicinal herbs commonly found in a home garden & pantry, along with a herbal infusion tasting. And we will discuss some benefits of selected seasonal produce & have a tasting of a yummy Spring Cleansing juice.
This 45-minute workshop will run twice during the day, at 11am & 12.30pm. Spaces are limited, so arrive early to book your spot in advance.
For more information visit Barkly Square’s website at this link.Also at the market, Ben Taylor CERES horticulturalist will be hosting gardening workshops & the Glasshaus’ pop-up nursery will be open. There will be opportunities to learn about potting and caring for plants with propagation masterclasses, kids gardening, pot painting and terrarium workshops from the colourful creative team at Home-Work. You’re also encouraged to bring your heirloom seeds & seedlings to swap with your neighbours.
Sounds like a pretty great day to me! See you at Barkly Square on Sunday 9th October (located at 90 – 106 Sydney Rd, Brunswick).
The annual 3000acres Spring Fling Festival is next Saturday 24th September & I’m super excited to be part of it! Join us as we celebrate the warmer months & the start of a new growing season.
The day will be packed with free gardening and sustainability workshops, a huge pop-up plant sale, kids activities, live music & food stalls in the lush grounds of the Saxon st Community Garden in Brunswick.
I’ll be running a 30-minute workshop on the day, this Wellness Apothecary workshop will include tips on growing & preparing medicinal herbs & infusions. It’s been a long & hard winter in Melbourne this year, so a little bit of herbal loving is just what some of us need to revitalise!
This workshop will be a free teaser for a course I’m currently designing, which will be launched this Spring/Summer (more on that soon!).
I feel honoured to be part of this festival & amongst this amazing lineup of workshops:
There are also some brilliant people selling their goods and spreading free advice, including: Pip Magazine, Brunswick Tool Library, BioFilta, FareShare, Youth Food Movement & Bee-Keepa. The Community Grocer will have a pop up fruit and veggie stall for all your grocery needs and there’s also on-site bike servicing by donation with the guys from Bikes Please. Plus a huge plant sale of indoor and edible plants.
There’ll be vegan baked goods from Von’s Vegan Bakehouse, Kombucha from The Good Brew Co, Baked Potatoes from Carmel Hill Farm and a bbq raising funds for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
I look forward to seeing you on Saturday September 24th, 12pm-4pm
at Saxon St Community Garden, 33 Saxon st Brunswick.