It is easy to tell people what to do, but to really assist people to change, it is important for everybody to learn the ‘why’ in order to be motivated to do so. This programme aims to teach complex bodily functions in an easy to understand manner, connecting health to specific areas and outcomes. Areas to be addressed are healthy lifestyles and eating habits that enables families to provide a nurturing home environment. It includes healthy social habits, healthy sleeping routines, and teaching simple yet nutrient rich ways of cooking that fits into a busy modern family.
The goal is to provide educational and practical knowledge that is easy to implement. During the course different healthy aspects will be covered through guest presenters, and practical teaching of relaxation techniques. This will enable participants to make healthy lifestyle choices, which greatly contribute to balanced bodily functions and stable mental/emotional health. Promoting healthy lifestyles in the home and bringing up healthy children ensures positive happy attitudes that encourages all to actively contribute to our communities.
This program is both educational and practical that a) teach the connection between the digestive system and mental health and b) offer practical solutions that are easy to replicate. We will combine theory and practice during each workshop, with active participation of the attendees, so they feel confident in applying the course content in their home.
At the end of the course, the participants will understand the human body and its function, and the connection between physical and mental health. It will enable the participants to apply and integrate the learned knowledge into their daily lives with the practical tools taught during the eight weeks.
The participants will learn to prepare healthy, home cooked meals and preserves on a budget that will sustain good family health. In integration with the practical element, the participants will learn how the body functions and what the connection between physical and mental health implies.
During the course participants will be introduced to a variety of practices that will enable them to use these tools into their daily lives. Every week they will be introduced to other practitioners to learn about gardening, meditation and relaxation, mindfulness, physical exercises for body and mind, herbal medicine as well as various types of bodywork.
Duration of course: 8 weeks @ one day per week, 6 hours per day
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Inga von Benzon, ND, BT
Born and bred in Hamburg, Germany, she grew up with homeopathic and herbal remedies as an aid for any ailments. She assists everybody who has the desire to manage their health effectively and long-term. Inga has gained her Diploma of Naturopathy in New Zealand in 2003, and the Diploma of Proficiency in Bowen Therapy in 2005. Her personal experience with natural remedies and having two children has enabled her to prove that children can grow up without the use of antibiotics or other medication and become very healthy and self-sufficient young adults.
Nutrition is a central part of her approach, as without the right ‘fuel’, the body cannot function properly. Inga works with a variety of treatment modalities as listed under services. In addition to these modalities, she networks with a selective number of other health professionals which gives her patients the advantage of choosing what is most beneficial for them to gain total wellbeing. Inga has been in private practice since 2005.
“It is my passion and mission to help people recover from illnesses, to educate and coach people to enable them to look after their own and their family’s health”
Dee Petit – Sassy Red Ltd – Director. Coach. Facilitator (Shiloh’s Chairperson)
Dee’s ancestors come from a French and German heritage and her grandfather, Augusta Petit, was a head chef at the Cadillac Hotel in Detroit Michigan in the early 1900’s. He purchased 200 acres south of Detroit before leaving his job as head chef and developed the property into vegetable gardens and sold his produce at the Detroit markets during the depression. Gardening, cooking and preserving home grown nutrient rich food were instilled in Dee from an early age and she brings her passion for preserving the past into her classrooms.
Reflect. Reprogram. Regenerate