Time for a loving detox? How to stimulate your life force with food

greenspring1Saturday 21st March 2015

12-4pm  Kells Wellbeing Centre

In our overactive society the Liver/Gall Bladder can become overheated or blocked causing frustration and anger, pain and stagnation.  Detox happens in the spring to encourage and support the Liver to regenerate and cleanse.  In this workshop we will learn easy to cook recipes specifically to improve Liver function, flexibility, natural flow and powerful energy for effective action.

On the menu

  • Thai style Hot and Sour Soup
  • Italian Red pepper & Olive Caponata
  • Buttermilk & Lemon Cake
  • Plum Fool
  • Mung Bean and Alfalfa Sprout Wraps
  • Miracle Umeboshi plum dressing
  • We will also be learning how to grow your own sprouts
  • Jordanian Green Salad with a cumin and lemon dressing
  • Chrysanthemum Tea
  • Bring Tupperware for take home supper

Cost €65 includes all written recipes and food eaten on the day.

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To book a place click the paypal icon or contact Caroline Dixon on 087 218 5113 or email kellswellbeing@gmail.com

Hello and Welcome

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Shiatsu & Conscious Cooking is all about helping you recognise and connect physical symptoms with emotions and how to treat them with food, drink and acupressure points.

I am a Shiatsu Practitioner specializing in the energy of food in Traditional Chinese Medicine – using what we eat and drink as a source of everyday energy to strengthen and heal. By using this website, you can gain insight into the connection between how you feel and the food you choose

“Understanding what your body’s craving and using healthy food in your everyday life is the underlying principal of Shiatsu & Conscious Cooking. “

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Shiatsu uses comfortable thumb pressure and palming massage to penetrate deeply into the muscles, energy channels and acupuncture points.  I use the Hara to diagnose and treat both physical and emotional conditions.  Shiatsu is a Holistic treatment which diagnoses and treats the root of the problem as well as the manifesting symptoms.

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In Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine the body is classified into yin/yang organ pairs and meridian pathways which correspond to emotions, flavours, seasons and colours.  There are no good or bad foods simply foods which do and don’t suit us at this time. It’s all about connecting with the body, seeing what it wants and loving ourselves more.

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 —I am delighted to offer shiatsu treatments, online video courses, regular cooking classes, a tactile and colourful cookbook, personal diet consultations, events and retreats all of which, I hope. will help you to use the simple 5 Element System of Traditional Chinese Medicine, putting together physical symptoms, emotional states and the food we eat.

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Joanne is the Author of “Shiatsu & the Art of Conscious Cooking” which is a cookbook with recipes, meditations,acupressure points to suit your mood, stop cravings and alleviate physical symptoms.  To look inside the book visit Amazon look inside – to buy in Euro visit Joanne’s Etsy Shop

She operates a busy Shiatsu Clinic in Dublin, runs Conscious Cooking Classes, health retreats, and caters holistic events all over Ireland.
She is a regular speaker at the Bi Annual Mind, Body Spirit Festival in Dublin and has written for many publications such as Arthritis Ireland, Positive Life and Age Ireland.  She is also Chairperson of the Shiatsu Society Ireland

By understanding the body as a whole system in Traditional Chinese Medicine we can understand why certain emotions and conditions create cravings and desires for certain foods. If you would like to find out what food suits you today simply click www.shiatsu-consciouscooking.com/app – just answer only 2 simple questions …… and its free  

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For more information please contact me on 086 607 0432 or email joannefaulkner@live.ie