[Skip to Content]

Women's Spring Clean: Nutrition and Qi Gong - Caroline Pringle and Heather Logan Sun 22 Apr

  • Well-being

Join our group of women to enhance vitality and encourage healthy ageing. Re-kindle a joyful relationship with food and tap into that spring energy!  

The day will include:

  • Time to reflect on: your health and well-being, how you currently nurture yourself nutritionally and energetically and any hurdles you face in making positive change. This reflection will be done privately, with opportunities to share with the group should you choose
  • Talks, discussions and handouts about food that nourishes your body and soul and how to get more of it into your life! Equally, we will be considering food to eat in moderation, if at all – and why
  • Information about how food, herbs, supplements, accurate diagnostic testing, relaxation tools and physical movement can help you manage challenges such as: menopause; cognitive decline; weight gain; fatigue; low immunity
  • Qi gong - the subtle, regenerative energy practice. We will emphasise clearing out energy that is stagnant or no longer needed and drawing in energy to replenish and revitalise the body 

£85 including delicious lunch and refreshments.

Caroline Pringle is a CNM trained Nutritional Therapist and yoga teacher.  She is passionate about working with people using food, herbs and lifestyle changes to help them bring their bodies back to health.

Contact: For more information please visit her website, www.bristolhealthandnutrition.com or book a free 15-minute consult call with Caroline on 07766006034 or email: caroline@bristolhealthandnutrition.com 

Heather Logan trained with the Bristol School of Shiatsu and with Qi Gong practitioner Nicola Ley. To contact Heather call: 07982 588 029.


Book this course

* Required Fields

"Hawkwood has all the ingredients we look for when running events and meetings –their ethical approach, from the fantastic food they serve to the way they manage their land, works perfectly for us. It’s a relaxed environment which is conducive to creative thinking and open dialogue, and the staff are so helpful."

Helen Browning, CEO at Soil Association