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Winter Nutrition: Surviving Xmas – Wednesday 22nd November

For a lot of us, Christmas time is a time of stress. So many things to do and not enough time to do them. Our diets could hold the key to getting the energy and balance in our bodies we need to help us survive and even thrive during the Yuletide season. To find out more, join the Harborne Support Group at Moor Pool Hall 1pm – 2.30pm on Wednesday 22nd November.

All welcome

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Winter Nutrition – Tuesday 28th November

The cold and dark days of winter can lead us to lapsing into bad habits – binging on comfort foods with low or no nutritional values. This time of year is when we need all the essential vitamins and minerals we can get to arm our immune system to fight off the bugs and infections that thrive in these temperatures.

Join Nutritionist Debi-Ann Wrigglesworth on Tuesday 28th November at the Salus Sanctuary for the first of her workshops looking at preparing healthier versions of festive fayre, mood boosting meals for long winter evenings and how to stay healthy over the busy Christmas period .

To book, please email: or leave a message on 07809 246 674

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Meditation with Marion – Thursday 30th November

Join us for the final Meditation with Marion on Thursday 30th November – A lovely calming session focusing on relaxation, positive affirmations and the opportunity to spend time nurturing yourself.

To book, please email: or leave a message on 07809 246 674

This will be the last session with Marion for the time being as she will be concentrating on her other projects.

A brand new course – Relaxation with Meditation – starts in February next year with health practitioner Bridget Slattery. Further details to follow nearer the time.


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Nutrition: Recipe Swap with Q & A – Tuesday 5th December

Eating Healthy Food can help prevent certain health conditions and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. It boosts the body’s immune system and promotes general wellbeing.

Join Nutritional Therapist Debi-Ann Wrigglesworth for a great opportunity to swap healthy and nutritious recipes, exchange ideas and share kitchen creations inspired by the nutrition workshops.

The session will also be a chance to ask questions surrounding the topics covered in the course.

11:00 – Nutrition: Recipe Swap/Q & A

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Salus Fatigue Foundation Love Brum

Salus Fatigue Foundation is one of three causes in contention this month for £1,000 worth of funding by LoveBrum.

LoveBrum is a registered charity that supports hidden gem projects across Birmingham that are often volunteer led and that deliver real change, with outcomes that can be seen, measured, enjoyed, and loved.

‘We support the ‘hard-to-reach’ projects; those causes that are not that well pro led, or do not receive the platform, and funding, that they probably deserve. We aim to support 12 projects per year, and to reach out to all corners of our city to remind people how great Birmingham is.

Every penny raised from individual memberships and fundraising stays in Birmingham and goes straight to the chosen causes. We encourage everyone to get involved and unite businesses and individuals across Birmingham.’

Why not support us by joining LoveBrum and voting for Salus Fatigue Foundation to receive this month’s funding award. You can join here

Also, check out the great video LoveBrum showcasing the work done by Salus Fatigue Foundation here


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Wednesday 1st November – Pacing and Energy Management

Do you feel like you have a never ending list of tasks to do? Do you try to cram into the day as many as possible only to end up exhausted and your to-do list as daunting as when you first started?

The answer could lie in pacing and energy management. Join us at the Sutton Support Group on Wednesday 1st November to learn effective strategies to balance activity and rest, to be aware of your own limitations and work with them, to positively plan the way that you use your energy to maximise what you can do with it.

We will be meeting 11am – 1pm

All our welcome.

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Gut: The Basics – Wednesday 25 October

The health of your gut and its flora is extremely important to your overall well-being. There are 100 trillion bacteria in your body most of whom play an essential role in keeping you healthy. What you eat isn’t just nutrition for you, it also feeds the trillions of bacteria that live in your gut so its crucial to realise that what you put in there has long-term effects.

On Wednesday 25th October, the Harborne Support Group takes a look at Gut Health – the Basics examining the significance of the gut, our ‘second brain’, to the overall health of the mind and body and what steps we can take to maintain a healthy gut.

We’ll be meeting from 1pm to 2.30pm.

All are welcome – no need to book

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Alkalising the Body – Tuesday 7th November

Is the food on your plate acidic or alkaline? What is the pH level of your body?
Health Practitioner Kate Johnson returns with the third in her Alkalising the Body series looking at how to reduce the pressure acidic foods put on the body by eating a diet high in alkaline foods. This month’s workshop will look at further tips for alkalising the diet.

The workshop will take place on Tuesday 7th November, 11am-12.30pm in the Marjorie Allen room in the All Saints Centre Kings Heath

To book, please email: or leave a message on 07809 246 674.

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Reducing the Toxic Load – Tuesday 7th November

Are toxins threatening your well being? In a world full of chemical conveniences, we are exposed to toxins on a daily basis and our bodies work hard to process them through the liver and kidneys. Despite its best efforts, toxins can build up over time and cause a toxic overload, a large stressor on our immune system. Join us on Tuesday 7 November, 11am at the Salus Sanctuary to look at ways of reducing the toxic load in our bodies with Nutritional Therapist Debi-Ann Wrigglesworth.

You can still join in with the remaining sessions where there are spaces.


To book, please email: or leave a message on 07809 246 674.

Cost – A minimum contribution of £5 towards the cost of running the workshop will be collected, unless this would be a barrier to an individual attending. Please discuss with us if this causes difficulty.

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