We've had the opportunity to work with lots of wonderful people with amazing talents and ethics. With how many workshops we've hosted, we have a few hosts who we work with regularly to bring new things to Soul Food Kitchen all the time.
You might've seen us advertising these workshops, but have you ever wondered a bit more about who these people are who are hosting them? This post will be giving you an introduction to our partners so you can know exactly who we work with! You can follow their links to find out what they have to say about themselves too!
Nourished by Nature
Food Scientist & Biochemist, BSc MSc
Janice Clyne, aka Nourished By Nature is a passionate foodie and fermentista who works with us to host amazing workshops all the time. Janice is passionate about all things fermentation related. We regularly run workshops with Janice, such as her gut health workshops and “intro to fermentation” workshop.
David Rabone Soul Healer
Life Coach, Healer & Pharmacist
David Rabone is a soul healer who is passionate about health and well-being and works with us to bring you the wonderful Sunday Stillness. David has worked in the healing arts for over 15 years and has been a pharmacist for 25 years. David’s aim is to assist you in living an empowered life, from the heart, creating with greater confidence, inspiration and passion.
Dr Laura Freeman
Certified Lifestyle Medicine Doctor
MBChB, MRCGP, CCFP, Dip IBLM/BSLM
Dr Laura Michele Freeman is a certified lifestyle medicine doctor who first became interested in lifestyle medicine after being diagnosed with thyroid cancer and trying to incorporate health promoting changes into her own life. Her goals are to empower people to optimise their health with an emphasis on wholefood plant-based diets. She has found passion in enhancing her patients’ lives through improved lifestyle
Simply Pause Photography
Qualified Professional Photographer
Karené from Simply Pause Photography has been a photographer for over 15 years! Simply pause is about slowing down, taking a breath and appreciating what’s there. It’s about slow living and taking care when creating something. Karené works with Soul Food Kitchen to bring us her food photography workshop, which is always an absolute hit.