Squash & Kale Stew + Halloumi ‘Croutons’

Whilst we’re still embracing Winter comfort foods, THIS is a warming, nourishing dish to help bring you right back to your centre & give you a dose of seasonal goodness. Full of vitamins A, B6, C, anti inflammatory and blood sugar balancing goodness – vegetables (actually, squash is technically a fruit…) that grow close toContinue reading “Squash & Kale Stew + Halloumi ‘Croutons’”

Recipe: Blood Orange, Sesame & Almond Loaf Cake

It’s blood orange season, and whilst they’re not totally native to the UK, oranges have been imported to Britain since the 15th century, so I’ll take that… As we’re in the second half of winter, vitamin C is still really important, and there aren’t many natural sources of it around right now. Vitamin C isContinue reading “Recipe: Blood Orange, Sesame & Almond Loaf Cake”

Using The Principles Of ‘Hygge’ To Help Us Slow Down In January

The first week back to work, school and ‘normal’ life after Christmas can be a bit of a shock to the system. Especially if the festive period was busy for you, it’s common to feel stressed and tired in January, which is why this isn’t the best month for making New Years resolutions! As weContinue reading “Using The Principles Of ‘Hygge’ To Help Us Slow Down In January”

Simple Strategies For More Motivated Mornings

If you want to adopt positive, healthy new year habits this January, the challenge often lies not in the action itself, but in the motivation to do it. Whether you want to start running, practicing yoga more often, eating healthily or engaging in creative activities each day, the mindset we approach these habits with determinesContinue reading “Simple Strategies For More Motivated Mornings”

Hormonal Support Hot Chocolate

Humans are essentially a big bag of hormones. Most of our emotions, actions, likes and dislikes are triggered by changing hormone levels in our bodies. Most women know this all too well…. Thankfully, there are a lot of ways we can influence and support our hormones, and one of them is this delicious spiced hotContinue reading “Hormonal Support Hot Chocolate”

5 Ways To Support Your Immune System This Winter

Our bodies have a powerful in-built mechanism to help us maintain health and wellbeing. The problem is that many of the things we do in everyday life (experiencing stress, eating sugar, consuming processed foods and inflammatory cooking oils, drinking excess alcohol, breathing in pollution or getting poor sleep) all have a big impact on ourContinue reading “5 Ways To Support Your Immune System This Winter”

Stuffed Squash & Chestnuts

This is a warming, comforting and grounding meal perfect for cold, dark evenings. Squash is high in vitamin A, magnesium, calcium, iron, and vitamin B6 – all nutrients we require in order for the nervous system to feel calm and relaxed, as well as contributing to immune health. Whilst it’s in season, make the mostContinue reading “Stuffed Squash & Chestnuts”

Winter Wellness Workshop This Weekend!

Book your place and prepare to receive an abundance of practical, inspirational info on living seasonally to support your physical, mental and emotional health this winter. Details below. Winter Wellness Workshop | Saturday 27th November | 11am-1pm | The Movement, Haywards Heath Join Emma for this special seasonal workshop, and understand how to support yourContinue reading “Winter Wellness Workshop This Weekend!”

*New* Winter Wellness Workshop

Winter Wellness Workshop Saturday 27th November 11am-1pm The Movement Yoga Studio, Haywards Heath Join me for this special seasonal workshop, and understand how to support your health and wellbeing to feel your best this Winter!  You’ll learn how humans have evolved to live differently according to the seasons, and how to make simple lifestyle changesContinue reading “*New* Winter Wellness Workshop”

Seasonal Autumnal Squash Soup + The Benefits of Carotenoids

There’s a reason we’re told to ‘eat the rainbow’, (and I’m not talk talking about eating packs of skittles….) colourful fruit and veg is full of phytonutrients, which reduce inflammation and oxidative damage, reduce risk of illness and disease, slow ageing, and promote health.  One of the key phytonutrients is a group called carotenoids, whichContinue reading “Seasonal Autumnal Squash Soup + The Benefits of Carotenoids”