Charlotte Palmer – Food Specialist
Charlotte Palmer is a qualified teacher, experienced health industry food consultant, published writer, researcher, coach and public speaker, specialising in health education and healthy lifestyle coaching.
Charlotte was the Food Specialist for the health food store Fresh & Wild (now Wholefoods) for 4 years and studied at the College of Natural Nutrition under Barbara Wren whilst consulting on dietary matters for a heart specialist on Harley Street.
Charlotte regularly speaks in and around London on the subject of healthy eating, works in conjunction with councils to promote health awareness amongst economically challenged communities and has coached 100s of private clients over the years to achieve success.
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Paul Sherring – Nutritional Chef
A Nutritional Chef is not just the head of a kitchen. He or she is an artist, a nutritionist and a diet consultant, hired to prepare foods that not only taste great, but also provide the nutrients needed to reach specific health, diet and fitness goals.
A Nutritional Chef can support in overcoming diseases such as cancer, diabetes, food allergies and intolerances, or support specified training for events such as marathons or simply assist in weightloss.
Paul Sherring, with 20 years experience, is a master in Culinary Arts. He is a trained artisan baker, teacher, culinary consultant, coach and experienced chef.
Paul was responsible for the production of handmade artisan breads for award winning Euphorium Bakery, was responsible for the promotion of raw nutrition at Planet Organic, Wholefoods and Nutricentre stores, has worked as a Personal Chef for 2 to 500 guests and coaches individuals and groups in the culinary skills needed to achieve success in the kitchen.
Having studied Product Design at Central Saint Martins, Paul brings a lot of innovation to food and menu planning. He specialises in a large variety of diets including diabetic, paleo, ayurvedic, gluten free, raw food, vegetarian and vegan diets, and use a number of innovative cooking methods from dehydrating to natural alchemy.
Paul’s nutritional areas of expertise help to combat energy, weight, digestive and addiction issues, as well as support fitness goals, empowering a greater sense of health.
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Alice Khan – Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is largely based on Daoist observations of our natural environment and draws parallels between the movement of water throughout the seas, rivers, streams and springs to the movement of qi within the body.
When the flow of qi in the body is blocked, weak or too rapid, disharmony occurs, disrupting bodily functions and creating physical and mental ill health. TCM treatment focuses on identification of the root cause of the symptoms and correction of the underlying problem using acupuncture, Chinese herbs, tuina, cupping and moxibustion.
Alice Khan is a TCM Acupuncturist and Herbalist and has been treating patients for ten years. She trained in London obtaining a BSc in TCM and went on to complete further training in the Hunan province of Huaihua China. She also incorporates a Chinese energetic approach to provide personal dietary and lifestyle advice. She believes in helping people to understand their own individual constitution and how best to encourage the mind and body to work to optimum levels of harmony.
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Yaeli Stern – Ayurveda
Ayurveda is the ancient Indian philosophy of medicine, health and wellbeing and can be defined as ‘the science or sacred knowledge of life.’ Ayurveda is a holistic system which guides us to live a healthier, more balanced lifestyle by focusing on our diet and lifestyle choices.
Yaeli began her personal journey with Ayurveda over ten years ago during her first visit to India. Since then Yaeli gained a first class degree and a master’s degree with a merit in Ayurvedic medicine.
During her training she studied Marma therapy and massage. Marma points are energy centres, similar to acupuncture points, although no needles are used when stimulating them. Pressure on some of these particular points can help to relieve stress, dislodge old stagnant and crytaline formations which are due to unresolved emotions, relieve headaches, muscular pain and congestion.
Yaeli is also a qualified Shivananda yoga teacher and an advocate of pranayama, awareness of breath and meditation, which are frequently used in the healing treatments she offers.
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