Special Events

Event
Location/Date/Time
Booking
London
Thurs 28th March
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Belfast
Thu 4th April
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Edinburgh
Sat 6th April
10.30am – 12.30pm
London
Tue 9th April
6.30pm 9.00pm
Manchester
Thur 25th April
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Brighton
Sat 27th April
10.30am – 12.30pm
London
Tue 30th April
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Bristol
Thur 2nd May
6.30pm – 8.30pm
London
Tue 14th May
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Brighton
Tue 14th May
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Birmingham
Tue 21st May
6.30pm – 8.30pm

CNM Workshops

Event
Location/Date/Time
Booking
London
Wed 17th May 2019
6.30pm – 8.30pm

 

Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection

By Eve Kalinik

London, Thurs. 28th March. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

You will have heard expressions like ‘gut instinct’, ‘gut feeling’ or ‘gut reaction’, but you may not be quite so familiar with just HOW strong a relationship exists between the health of our gut and our mind.

During this insightful evening with nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik you will explore some of the foods and factors that help support this process. This could turn your beliefs of what you thought was “all in your head” into the realisation that your gut has much more of a say than you think..

At this event you will learn about:

  • The gut-brain connection – how it works and the role of Nutrition
  • Factors that disrupt this relationship – stress, food and toxins
  • How to support and improve gut and brain health
Venue: CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU.
Tickets: £10

Eventbrite - Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection - CNM London

 

Simple Steps to improve your Gut Health

Speaker: April Alexandra Galbraith

Belfast, Thu. 4th April. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Poor sleep? Lack of energy? Brain fog? Bloating? IBS? Headaches? Skin breakouts? Mood imbalance?

Could it be your gut?

The gut is often referred to as the second brain and rightly so. Emergent research is discovering how this important system impacts our health emotionally and physically more so than we realise. And as we are all individual, the one-size-fits-all approach is not sustainable when striving for optimal health and wellbeing.

CNM Naturopathic Nutritionist graduate, April Gilbreath explains what simple, positive steps we can take to improve our gut and general health long term, for ourselves and our whole family.

At this event you will discover:

  • Understanding the gut-brain axis
  • Impact of gut health on general health
  • Simple steps to improve gut health
Venue: 223 Orchard building, Stranmillis University College, Stranmillis Road,Belfast, BT9 5DY.
Tickets: £5

Eventbrite - Simple Steps to improve your Gut Health - CNM Belfast

 

The Gut-Brain Connection

Speaker: Annie Breen

Edinburgh, Sat. 6th April. 10.30am-12.30pm.

Annie Breen graduated from CNM as a Nutritional Therapist. Her key interest is in supporting clients with their mental health. She dedicates a lot of time to researching the gut-brain axis specifically and the impacts of genetics and environment on our health.

Making poor dietary and lifestyle choices impacts gut and brain health dramatically. It makes us suffer from low energy levels, insomnia, and can even lead to anxiety and depression.

Discover the importance of understanding how the gut and brain are connected to each other and how dietary and lifestyle changes can support and improve your physical and mental health.

At this event you will learn about:

  • The gut-brain connection – how it works and the role of Nutrition.
  • Factors that disrupt this relationship – stress, food and toxins.
  • Natural solutions to support gut and brain health
Venue: CNM Edinburgh, Napier University Merchiston Campus, 10 Colinton Rd, Edinburgh, EH10 5DT.
Tickets: £5

Eventbrite - The Gut-Brain Connection - CNM Edinburgh

 

Lose Weight, have more Energy: The Hybrid Diet

Speaker: Patrick Holford

London, Tue. 9th April. 6.30pm-9.00pm.

Patrick Holford is a pioneering nutrition expert, author of 39 books in over 30 languages. In this seminar, Patrick will discuss the Hybrid Diet as the healthiest way to prevent disease, lose weight and gain energy.

Regularly alternating between Slow Carbs and High Fat gives you metabolic flexibility. Switching between the two is the healthiest way to lose weight and gain energy.

In this seminar you’ll learn how to eat Hybrid and why eating Hybrid is the best and healthiest way to:

  • Prevent and reverse diabetes
  • Lose weight without going hungry
  • Prevent cancer cell growth
  • Repair and rejuvenate your cell energy factories
  • Support dementia, epilepsy and other neurological disorders
  • Prevent heart disease – high cholesterol and fat are not the only causes
  • Get the benefits of fasting without going hungry

 

Venue: CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU.
Tickets: £15

Eventbrite - Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection - CNM London

 

A Healthy Gut for a Healthy Mind

Speaker: Gabi Forrester

Manchester, Thur. 25th April. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

This evening event is presented by Gabi Forrester who trained as a Naturopath, Iridologist and Medical Herbalist at the College of Naturopathic Medicine. Gabi’s main areas of interest are Gut Health and Hormones and educating clients in how the body expresses imbalance and how to achieve optimum health

Is it your anxiety that triggers your IBS or is it the IBS triggering your anxiety?

Is your low mood that makes your energy slump or is your low energy affecting your mood?

The simple answer is that all these issues may have the same source – the gut!

Discover which foods can calm anxiety and the little-known secrets of how to boost your mood.

Learn about

  • The interplay of the gut and mood chemicals
  • The hormones that keep us locked in negative patterns
  • Top tips for a healthy gut
  • Special techniques to stop anxiety in its tracks
Venue: Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount St, Manchester M2 5NS
Tickets: £5

Eventbrite - A Healthy Gut for a Healthy Mind - CNM Manchester

 

Fermentation Demonstration for Healthy Gut

Speakers: Marcus and Michelle Holborn

Brighton, Sat. 27th April. 10.30am-12.30pm.

Kombucha and Kefir are unparalleled in providing the diverse range of microbial strains required to help maintain gut health and general wellbeing, while cultured (fermented) foods aid the digestion as well and provide beneficial gut flora support for your intestines. Moreover, they are LIVE natural bacteria, rather than synthetic. The body knows the difference.

This event is hosted by Marcus and Michelle, the founders of Happy Kombucha, a company known for supplying kombucha, kefir and fermentation kits.

At this event you will discover:

  • An introduction to kombucha, its benefits, and how to make and prepare it, including a live demonstration followed by a Q&A.
  • An introduction to milk and water kefir, how to make and prepare both, including a demonstration
  • An introduction to vegetable fermentation, with an in depth explanation of how to ferment, tips and a demonstration
Venue: Brighton Aldridge Community Academy, Lewes Road, Brighton BN1 9PW
Tickets: £10

Eventbrite - Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection - CNM London

Reduce your Dairy, Improve your Health

Speakers: Brian & Anna-Maria Clement

London, Tue. 30th April. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Brian Clement, Director of the renowned Hippocrates Health Institute in Florida, will talk about dairy consumption and the benefits of taking the same essential nutrients from plants instead.

Brian and Anna-Maria will look at the latest scientific data and review more than 60 years of clinical research on dairy consumption. They will focus on:

  • Misinformation and myths surrounding dairy products
  • Why removing pasteurised dairy from your diet may protect against osteoporosis, diabetes, cancer, and more
  • Easy methods for getting enough protein and essential nutrients from natural plant sources
Venue: 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
Tickets: £15

Eventbrite - CNM London - Reduce your Dairy, Improve your Health

 

The Gut-Brain Connection

Speaker: Helen Bradbury

Bristol, Thur. 2nd May. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Helen Bradbury graduated from CNM as a Nutritional Therapist. Her main interests lie in supporting clients achieve better health through diet and lifestyle choices. With a keen interest in plant-based nutrition, Helen believes in nourishing the body from within to accomplish those results that help you feel great.

In this talk Helen discusses diet and lifestyle choices, both good and bad, and how they directly impact the health of our gut and consequently our brain.

Gut and Brain are connected to each other, and in this talk you will learn how dietary and lifestyle changes can support and improve your physical and mental health.

At this event you will discover:

  • The gut-brain connection – how it works and the role of Nutrition
  • Factors which disrupt this relationship – stress, food and toxins
  • Natural solutions to support gut and brain health
Venue: CNM Bristol, 1B Woodlands Court, Ash Ridge Road, Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4LB
Tickets: £5

Eventbrite - The Gut-Brain Connection - CNM Bristol

 

How to Nurse Children Through Illness

Speaker: Dr Jayne Donegan

London, Tue. 14th May. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Dr Jayne Donegan, MBBS DRCOG DCH DFFP MRCGP MFHom, is a GP & Homeopathic Physician with Certified Specialist Accreditation in Medical Homeopathy from the Faculty of Homeopathy, London. She has a special interest in vaccination and promotes health and practical and supportive treatment of childhood and adult infectious diseases and other illnesses.

In this seminar Dr Jayne Donegan will look at health beliefs and fears around acute childhood illness and infections and the treatment options available. She will focus on:

  • The germ theory of disease and the medical model
  • The holistic model of disease and the healing power of the body
  • The problems caused by suppression of fever
  • Basic needs of children to maintain optimal health
  • Q&A
Venue: CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London WC1X 9EU
Tickets: £15

Eventbrite - Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection - CNM London

 

Mind your Gut – simple steps to improve your gut health

Speaker: Tanya Borowski

Brighton, Tue. 14th May. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

CNM graduate Nutritional Therapist and author Tanya Borowski, has developed specialist interests in the areas of autoimmunity, digestive complaints and thyroid health.

She runs her own Clinic and Wellbeing Store in Lewes, and is the on-site nutrition specialist for luxury retreat companies and Harley Street clinics. Most recently she has co-written the revolutionary book The Clever Guts Diet with the world’s gut health guru Michael Mosley.

CNM Nutritional Therapist graduate and author Tanya Borowski has a special interest in digestive health. In this workshop Tanya will share her in-depth knowledge of the gut and its fascinating impact on overall health and metabolism.

She will explain what foods support and increase the diversity of the gut microbiome. She will also share her clinical knowledge on how to reduce unpleasant symptoms like bloating, reflux and altered bowel habits that plague so many of us.

  • At this event you will discover:
  • The connection between gut health and overall health
  • The importance of diverse microflora and how to sustain it
  • Easy steps to improve your gut health
Venue: Friends’ Meeting House Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AF
Tickets: £10

Eventbrite - Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection - CNM London

 

Simple solutions to overcome IBS

Presenter: Naomi Langford-Archer

Birmingham, Tue. 21st May. 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Naomi Langford-Archer, a CNM graduate specialising in gut and mental health.

A shocking 20% of the population suffer with IBS, a potentially debilitating condition which can stop you living your life to the full. IBS is an umbrella term for a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms and does not explain the underlying causes. Symptoms experienced can get progressively worse unless successfully addressed.

Naomi will explain the root causes of IBS and how nutrition can help address and potentially reverse them.

Venue: MAC Centre – Cannon Hill Park, Queen’s Ride, Birmingham, B12 9QH
Tickets: £5

Eventbrite - Simple solutions to overcome IBS - CNM Birmingham

CNM Workshops

Your Health Blog – From Set-Up to success

London, Fri 17th May, 10.00am – 5pm

How to have a successful health blog

This workshop is designed to teach users blogging best practices, tools, and techniques for creating an effective online presence which will lead to results in your health business. All of blogging’s ins and outs will be covered: Read More 

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