The Energy, Vitality and Performance Nutrition Workshop

Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th September 2016, Morzine

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Who should attend?

This one-day interactive workshop has been designed to help sports enthusiasts (recreational to elite) who want to improve their overall performance, energy and vitality. It is also designed for individuals who simply want to improve their overall fitness, wellbeing and lifestyle through a better knowledge of everyday practical nutrition. Our aim is to help you understand how the right nutrition can help you get the best out of life, whether it be to improve your sporting activities or to help you to cope with the day to day stress and demands of everyday life.

As a local Morzine resident or visitor you maybe familiar with the rich variety of sport and recreational activities this beautiful area has to offer throughout the year – from skiing, snowboarding and ski touring in the Winter months, to mountain and road biking, running, climbing, hiking, swimming, tennis and more when the snow melts. Whatever your sport, this one day workshop has been designed to help you get the most from your recreational and sports activities. Plus help you feel more energised, more engaged and more productive both at work and in your private lives.

What’s included in the Energy, Vitality and Performance Nutrition Workshop:

  • How to perform at your peak including pre and post exercise nutrition and the need to avoid over training
  • How the world’s #1 Tennis Player, Novak Djokovic improved his game by cutting out gluten
  • We detail the optimum foods for everyday life, not just for sports!
  • The importance of ‘sugar balance’ to improve your energy levels
  • IBS, digestion and the impact of a leaky gut
  • How to fuel your body for general sporting plus endurance events
  • Protein snacks and recipe ideas for when you are ‘on the go’ and need that extra energy boost
  • Why Maca has an uncanny ability to regulate and rejuvenate your adrenal glands and much more?
  • A welcome drink on arrival, delicious healthy snacks throughout the day, a mouthwatering lunch to bring your taste buds alive!

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Agenda

10.00am – Welcome from Sarah & Caroline and smoothie drink on arrival

10.30am – Sports & General Nutrition

  • What form of athlete or sports enthusiast are you?
  • How to support yourself pre training, including nutrition enhanced performance!
  • What is the right nutrition approach for you
  • Food groups – good fats, wrong carbs, protein, coconut and how they contain MCT’s to aid energy
  • Food for day-to-day living

11.30am – BREAK Tea and Healthy Snack

12.00 noon – Post Recovery from Sports

  • The importance of post recovery
  • Why it is important to maximize nutritional intake without causing digestive symptoms or nausea
  • How to prevent crashing through over-training.
  • The need to support gut lining when training hard

1.00pm LUNCH with Caroline & Sarah

2.15pm – Blood Sugar Balance for Everyday Health

  • How to balance blood sugar levels
  • Why blood sugar balance is important for everyday energy

3.00pm – BREAK

3.15pm – Energy and Digestive Awareness in Sports and Everyday Living

  • The importance of our adrenal glands and stress
  • How we can improve energy by looking after our adrenal glands
  • How Maca can help support our adrenal glands
  • IBS and digestive health

4.00pm – Questions & Answers with a Tea and healthy treat

4.30pm – The workshop will end around 4.30pm

Your hosts:

Presented by Sarah Wragg & Caroline Chilton-Bates both BANT (British Association of Nutritional Therapists) and CNHC (Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council) registered Nutritional Therapists. The Energy, Vitality and Performance Nutrition Workshop is designed to be informative and educational & does not necessarily include any one-to-one advice. Should you wish to have further one-to-one advice this can be arranged on the day or after.

Sarah Wragg
Nutrition Consultant, Health Writer & Speaker

Sarah-WraggSarah is a qualified Nutritional Therapist with a BSc (Hons) in Nutritional Therapy. She is a registered member of BANT and CNHC and an Associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine and a NLP Practitioner. A successful health writer, mentor and speaker, Sarah enjoys educating individuals to better understand how the body works, and using that knowledge to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Since graduating at the start of 2010 she has successfully worked with a number of clients with varying health concerns at her clinics. Being a local Morzine resident, Sarah enjoys the outside activities Morzine has to offer in her spare time.

Caroline Chilton-Bates
Nutrition Consultant & Motivational Speaker

Caroline Chilton-BatesCaroline is a qualified Nutritional Therapist with an MSc in Personalised Nutrition and a Diploma in Nutritional Science. She is a registered member of BANT and CNHC and an Associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine and a Master NLP Practitioner. Caroline is passionate about food and enjoys developing great tasting, healthy meals that are bursting with flavour. She is always experimenting on the kitchen, developing new exciting recipe ideas aided by her two young children who regularly play the role of chief tasters! An active sportswoman – full rugby colours at University as well as fencing and athletics captain and more recently rowing (Henley Ladies 8) and running. She has a love for skiing, travel and Sunday walks with her family and labradoodle.

Location:

The Energy, Vitality and Performance Nutrition Workshop will be held in our beautiful ski chalet located in Morzine. Full address details will be provided when you reserve your place for either the Saturday or Sunday workshop.

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For more information and to reserve your place:
Please email: sarah@mattersforhealth.co.uk or telephone +44 (0)7702 492302.

The workshop costs £75.00 (€90.00) per attendee and is inclusive of snacks and lunch. Numbers are limited, so we advise booking early.

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