Yoga Teachers Forum London: Yoga and Food

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How yoga and our eating choices shape our environment. Poses for digestion, balance and strengthening organs. How to enhance our yoga practice through spiritual nutrition and an ethical lifestyle. Our hedgerow heritage; foraging for our medicine, as an act of spiritual nutrition and art. Yoga off the mat; balances in nature. Seasonal recipes & yin yoga with Theresa Webb.

Video: Theresa’s interview with Julia Davis

Theresa Webb

Kitchen Buddy’s Wild Weed Walks: pick your own seasonal green salad!

Kitchen Buddy Calenders

Find how leaves, flowers (& later in the season, seeds) are natural remedies in our kitchen; local food, for free.

Plant Art: design your own picture/imagery using cyanographic techniques, to take home to frame.

Prices: Adults tour only £12.50. Tour & art £22.50
Children free with an accompanying adult.

“I’ll never buy another packet of mixed salad leaves again!” Arti (Hither Green Mountsfield Park Spring walk)


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Family friendly; all ages welcome.
Children under 12 yrs old *free* with accompanying adult

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Rail: 5 mins walk from Hither Green train station. 15 mins from Lewisham Station
Buses: 273, 225, 181
Local parking availability

What can I bring into the event?

Wear sensible clothing (walking boots/shoes, wet weather gear), gloves, notebook and pen/pencil, a collection bag (some soft cloth bags are provided).

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Boots! Boots! Eco-boots! (& socks)

Being as the London temperatures had plummeted recently and we’re forced to dig out our buried Winter thermals inc. jumpers, vests and long-johns I’ve been re-assessing and making a conscious decision to add eco items into my winter wardrobe.

Recently, several local female friends and I had a conversation about the best eco-footwear for winter; including both socks and boots. Bamboo and Organic Cotton I adore, with no holes and are comfortable. The first bamboo socks I bought and the last (most recent) were from BAM – funky, young-ish pioneers; a set of pastel sports socks and most recently for my housemate. When he arrived so I legitimately had an excuse to give socks as a Christmas present. Two months later and the verdict is in: the most soft, thick and comfortable socks. Worth a try.

Next I love the wonderful eco clothing here:

Custom made Italian boots are possible; at VegFest, after choosing the ideal fabric from a huge selection of colours; with a soft suede like feel but made from recycled plastic bottles. They measured my feet and 2-3 weeks later, they arrive. Result: comfy and a perfect fit.

Thought also has lovely organic cotton, hemp and bamboo collections. https:/

My father recently returned from a 10 day conference visit to India and having worn all his sensible work socks whilst away was forced to wear his ‘Happy Birthday Dad’ socks, for the first time, since his last birthday (in July) the following day…

That’s Amore! Holistic Valentine’s Festival of LoVe

laha Tara will be hosting an event 13th Feb at The Old Baths, London, 6pm till 10pm. Come and immerse yourself within healing sounds, dance, a field of love, delicious food, amazing atmosphere and people, live music and a Holistic Market. We will celebrate life and love.
No experience needed just an open heart and the wish to be happier and shine.

There is still space left to reserve a spot click on the link below

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Hippocrates comes to Vantra London!

The highlight of early December was a one-off event at Vantra restaurant, which hosted an event with Hippocrates founders Drs Anna Maria and Brian Clements, as part of their European tour. 

We were greeted with a glass of green vegetable juice upon arrival and the next 4 hrs were spent listening to & questioning our speakers about their views and beliefs on disease reversal. The venue was filled to the brim with health practitioners seekers alike and we enjoyed our hosts hospitality with views on the basis to our human health including fresh air, water, environment, lifestyle, fitness, our psychology and emotions. They shared testimonials from guests who travel across the globe to visit their sanctuary. 

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Yoga Teachers Forum London: Yoga and Food

In April 2019 Theresa Webb will be sharing an experience based session on yoga and food. She will be exploring how we can enhance our yoga practice through spiritual nutrition and an ethical life style. She will be looking at asana practices for digestion, balance and strengthening organs. We will also share our own experience of the link between yoga and food in our practice and teaching.