The Best Possible You: Book Talk

The Best Possible You: Book Talk

‘The Best Possible You’ book talk at Babbington House, Somerset, 3rd July 11 am

If you are not quite sure where your organs live, what they do and how you can spot when they are not happy or fully functional then this is the talk for you. The Tells of disease lies in the texture and tone of our skin, the strength of our fingernails, the color and markings of our tongue, the quality of our hair, the regularity of our bowels and in our emotional integrity and intelligence.

Come and learn about what the signs and symptoms in your body are saying about your physical, emotional and nutritional health. 

Imagine if you possessed the knowledge to read your body and also listen to it so you could make the right decisions for your own health. Your body tells you what is going on, you just have to listen to it. The world of health is everywhere, and sometimes it feels like it cannot be escaped. Every shop window and every magazine cover sings the virtues of being healthy. There is always a new supplement on the market, there is always a new superfruit in town, there is always a new advertising campaign ‘shaming’ people into thinness. But what is health and what does healthy mean? Are you healthy because you do not have a regular prescription or haven’t been to the doctor’s in a year or three? Are you healthy because you’re a size 0? Is being healthy a competition, is it about being vain? Is it something to feel smug about or is it something to be ashamed of, because so many people are sick and overweight?

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3rd June 2019, 7.00 pm

The Ilminster Literary Festival 

Book your ticket here.


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6th June 2019, 6.30 pm, Kings Cross

Join the Gut Health Revolution

An evening of gut health chat with leading researchers, clinicians and entrepreneurs, dedicated to improving digestive care. Book your ticket here.


Wellness Wednesday 6.30 pm 10th April Sweaty Betty, ledbury Road

How exercise affects mental health and wellbeing"

Come and listen to a Nutritionist and Author Hannah Richards talk about how exercise affects your happiness! Hannah will take you on a journey through your body organ by organ giving ou top tips on how to keep them in tip-top shape with some exercise to take home for your own personal practice.


Google. London, 4 pm 24th April

The Best Possible you. A unique guide to healing your body.


Come and listen to Hannah Richards Nutritionist and Author of The best possible you, A unique guide to healing your body.

If you are not quite sure where your organs live, what they do and how you can spot when they are not happy or fully functional then this is the talk for you. The Tells of disease lies in the texture and tone of our skin, the strength of our fingernails, the color and markings of our tongue, the quality of our hair, the regularity of our bowels and in our emotional integrity and intelligence.

Come and learn about what the signs and symptoms in your body are saying about your physical, emotional and nutritional health. 


Bellmont School May. The Ultimate Gut Workshop

Digestive health for children. How does your gut work?

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Female Hormones and The Gut

Tuesday, 12th March - 6:30pm - 8:00pm

High Mood Food, 25 Duke StreetLondon, England, W1U 1LD.

After the great success of Hannah’s talk at High Mood Food in November 2018 she’s back for another inspiring and educational talk this time on Female Hormones and the Gut. Discover the link between the two and why they are so important to the way we feel. If you struggle with PMS, PCOS, endometriosis, heavy periods, diarrhoea, constipation or any other hormone or digestive symptoms this is a talk not to be missed. Understand whats going on in your body and how to take control of your health.

Booking available soon.

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Female Hormones and The Gut

Saturday, 9th February at 10.30am - 11.30pm

The Studio at Bank House, Magdalene Street, Taunton, Somerset. TA1 1SG

After the enormous success of Hannah’s talk at The Studio at Bank House in November 2018 she’s back for another inspiring and educational talk this time on Female Hormones and the gut. Discover the link between the two and why they are so important to the way we feel. If you struggle with PMS, PCOS, endometriosis, heavy periods, diarrhoea, constipation or any other hormone or digestive symptoms this is a talk not to be missed. Understand whats going on in your body and how to take control of your health.

Email The Studio to book your ticket info@donnanoll.co.uk

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How to become The Best Possible You

Saturday 24th November 2018 at 11.30am - 12.30pm

The Studio at Bank House, Magdalene Street, Taunton, Somerset. TA1 1SG

Come and listen to Hannah talk about how you can learn to read the signs and symptoms of your body, and how to take your health into your own hands and become the best possible you.

Signed copies of the book will be available to purchase at a special price for the event or bring your copy along to be signed!

This is a free event.

How to help your liver survive Christmas - Tuesday, 20th November

6:30pm - 8:00pm

High Mood Food, 25 Duke StreetLondon, England, W1U 1LD.

Come and listen to me talk all about how to you can support your liver through the over indulgent festive season. By making simple additions to your daily eating and drinking habits, your lifestyle and movement traits, you can create a fail-safe damage control plan to make it through unscathed.

For more information and to book click here to visit the High Mood Food EventBrite page.

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Nutrition for Mums and Babies - Sunday, 4th November

Come to Sweaty Betty’s Notting Hill store on Sunday 4th November where Hannah will discuss boosting you health before and after you have your baby, getting in the best shape post pregnancy, and supplements in pregnancy. There will also be a Q&A where Hannah will answer any queries you have about nutrition for Mums and babies so make sure you come armed with your questions!

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Love your Liver, Love Yourself

Monday evenings at the Notting Hill branch of Sweaty Betty from 6:15pm for 45min:

January 8th: The Physical Liver

January 15th: The Emotional Liver

January 29th: The Nutritional Liver

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Move your Frame: Mums Hood: Shoreditch 23rd February 2018

Female hormones and digestion Learn about how your digestion can directly effect your hormone production, balance and efficacy.

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Talks in Shoreditch and Somerset to be confirmed - watch this space

 

 

 

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Mum Hood -  Have you got the guts for good skin -  6th October 11 am

Say what?! No this isn't what you are thinking.... Your Vagal Nerve is actually the wandering nerve that connects all your vital organs. By taking a cold shower or a swim in a lake or unheated pool you can stimulate this master nerve and improve your digestive system at the same time. Which in turn boosts your body's largest organ (your SKIN!). .
Sound advice from @hannahjoeyrichardsfrom the @thegutclinic. You can hear all about this and lots of other positive changes you can make to boost your skin and gut health at our Mumhood special event with Hannah on 6 October at @moveyourframe Shoreditch. Head over to our website for more info and to BOOK NOW!

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September 28th -1st October 2017

Chateau de La Salle, a 16th Century French castle and large estate in Burgundy, France

Have you got the guts for good skin? 

 
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Mum Hood -  7th April 2017

Join Mumhood and Frame founders Pip + Joan, and special guest, Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach Hannah Richards To find out more about the idea of Metabolic Typing and how you can take the principles in order to formulate your own personalised nutrition plan, which works for your body.

 
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The Curtain 4th June 2017

Have you got the guts for good skin?

This talk will explore the relationship between the Gut and the Skin and how the Skin is a window / mirror into Gut health.

''Perhaps the most fascinating organ of the body, the skin is the body’s boundary, stretching to cover a total area of 6 metres. It is a boundary between the internal and external world and its function, amongst other things, is to protect and serve the best possible you.

The skin is often not seen as an organ at all, but if it isn’t an organ, what is it? We all have different skin depending on our cultural make-up, heritage and genes. The skin you live in is as complex and clever as an encyclopedia, but only if you have the ability to read and understand what your own body is telling you.

It is said that the eyes are the windows to your soul, but I like to think of your skin as the story of your life. Every little blemish tells a tale, every single scar stems from a story. You may not realize it, but your skin tells you everything that is going on inside you, with you and for you. It’s like looking into a crystal ball of your past, present and future health. Sounds scary? I think it sounds exciting. Imagine if you possessed the knowledge to read your body and listen to it so you could make the right decisions for your own health. It would certainly save you time and money; visits to the doctor and numerous prescriptions, not to mention a small fortune invested in wheatgrass and supplements. '' an excerpt from 'The Best Possible You' published by Orion 28th December 2017

This talk will include how to read those tale tale signs that your body is telling you. Learn which organs are out of balance when you cant get rid of those bags under your eyes, the pain in your back, your urine to turn transparent, weight to fall off or  your anger monkey to get back into his cage!

45 CURTAIN ROAD, LONDON EC2A 4PJ

 
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Don't tell the doctor

Four doctors rush to the rescue of self-diagnosing young people. Featuring Hannah Richards on 16th and 23rd March channel 5 star at 9 pm.

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Have you got the guts for good skin

Ledbury Road,  Notting Hill Gate, W1125th May 2017 6 pm

Kensington Church Street, Kensington W8, 31ST May 2107, 6 pm

 

This talk will explore the relationship between the Gut and the Skin and how the Skin is a window / mirror into Gut health.

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''Perhaps the most fascinating organ of the body, the skin is the body’s boundary, stretching to cover a total area of 6 metres. It is a boundary between the internal and external world and its function, amongst other things, is to protect and serve the best possible you.

The skin is often not seen as an organ at all, but if it isn’t an organ, what is it? We all have different skin depending on our cultural make-up, heritage and genes. The skin you live in is as complex and clever as an encyclopedia, but only if you have the ability to read and understand what your own body is telling you.

It is said that the eyes are the windows to your soul, but I like to think of your skin as the story of your life. Every little blemish tells a tale, every single scar stems from a story. You may not realize it, but your skin tells you everything that is going on inside you, with you and for you. It’s like looking into a crystal ball of your past, present and future health. Sounds scary? I think it sounds exciting. Imagine if you possessed the knowledge to read your body and listen to it so you could make the right decisions for your own health. It would certainly save you time and money; visits to the doctor and numerous prescriptions, not to mention a small fortune invested in wheatgrass and supplements. '' an excerpt from 'The Best Possible You' published by Orion 28th December 2017


This talk will include how to read those tale tale signs that your body is telling you. Learn which organs are out of balance when you cant get rid of those bags under your eyes, the pain in your back, your urine to turn transparent, weight to fall off or  your anger monkey to get back into his cage!