KITCHEN CALM

The Irish Times Magazine - - FRONTLINES - Aoife McEl­wain

The Calm Kitchen For many of us, cook­ing can have a ther­a­peu­tic ef­fect. Get­ting ab­sorbed in a pan of onions sweat­ing away in bub­bling but­ter can be a thor­oughly ef­fec­tive re­cov­ery strat­egy for a stress­ful day. If you’re look­ing for an op­por­tu­nity to find out more about how cook­ing can be used to nour­ish our mind and bod­ies, The Calm Kitchen might be the work­shop for you. Joanna Burke is a chef and life coach who will host a half- day part- cook­ery, part- coach­ing work­shop on how to use cook­ing as a way to un­wind at The Fum­bally Sta­bles on Satur­day Novem­ber 4th. You’ll learn how to cre­ate new cook­ing habits and how to use kitchen ac­tiv­i­ties as an op­por­tu­nity for prac­tis­ing mind­ful­ness. Tick­ets are ¤ 70 plus book­ing fee and the work­shop will run from 10am to 2pm. The ticket price in­cludes tea, snacks and a sea­sonal veg­e­tar­ian lunch. the­chop­ping­board.ie

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