Soulful Sunday

A Day To Nourish Your Mind and Your Body

Nourish Your Mind And Your Body – Sunday, 18th of August 2019, 10am-4pm

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Nourish Your Mind & Body

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Overview

Morning session by Lynn Riedel – Insightful, humorous, touching, and inspiring are just a few words used to describe the well-loved collection of poems and truisms by the late Portia Nelson. Her poem “There’s a Hole in My Sidewalk” is the foundation for the first part of this interactive workshop. Designed to inspire self discovery, the morning will explore the repetitive, very often reactive patterns that we all can have, resulting in stress, anxiety and unhappiness. You will learn practical tools to recognise and remove these “autopilot” patterns.

Lunch – Enjoy a yumilicious and nourishing vegetarian lunch (included in the price).

Afternoon session by Beatrice Lemm Using the wisdom and knowledge of the 5,000 year old health science “Ayurveda”, be empowered as you discover practical, useful ways to attain and maintain good health. Throughout the afternoon you will learn about your natural healthy constitution versus your state of imbalance and come away with a tool box of go-to’s to regain your optimum state of happiness, health and vitality.

Presenters

Lynn and Beatrice, have put together an interactive, full of practical tools and take away wisdom to help you nourish both mind & body.

Lynn Riedel is a student and a teacher in the Adelaide School of Practical Philosophy. As a naturopath, weight management specialist and mindfulness coach she has helped thousands of people to take charge of their health and happiness over nearly 2 decades. As a mindfulness coach, Lynn can guide you on an inward journey to discover what is blocking your sense of peace, happiness and freedom and give you simple, practical tools and exercises to remove the blocks.

Beatrice Lemm is a qualified teacher, yoga instructor and Ayurvedic practitioner. Beatrice is practicing and promoting good health and wellness for the mind and body. Combining the ancient science of yoga and her sister Ayurveda she helps people to find their daily routine to nourish and nurture the mind and body for longevity, good health and happiness.