Short courses are ideal for getting a taster or to help kick-start change. These can be anything from a half or full day, weekends or up to 4 days.
‘HKA Basics’ courses teach the building blocks of intuitive healthy eating and holistic cookery skills. Covering everything from how to organise and stock your kitchen, working with essential ingredients, sourcing produce, preparation techniques, cooking methods, nutritional benefits, mindful eating and conscious cooking.
Courses with specific themes offer the opportunity for an immersion into specialist subjects.
Seasonal events such as supper clubs are also a feature in our annual calendar. Keep an eye on the schedule for up and coming dates.
NEW DATES: next course starts September 2020, apply now!
May 27th – 31st & September 9th – 13th 2020
Harewood Farm in East Cornwall is the location for our seasonal 4 day Field to Fork retreats, where we will be demonstrating the basics of ‘living on the land’ and sustainablity. A course for anyone dreaming of making this a reality or who wants to get an insight into this way of life.
I loved every minute of this retreat and left feeling nourished, nurtured, inspired and re-energised. Kirsten & Hayley’s passion and enthusiasm is truly infectious, and whilst the word “holistic” can often be used without real meaning, I can say without a doubt that the Bloom Spring Retreat addressed mind, body and soul in so many ways. I wouldn’t hesitate to describe these wonderful few days as a completely holistic, mindful and divine experience. I would wholeheartedly recommend!
I have had the pleasure of working with Jo during The Nordic Yoga Institute’s summer retreats in Murcia, Spain. Every time I am equally impressed by her deep knowledge and by how much passion she has for her work. It is a joy to follow her process throughout a retreat – from planning the meals, selecting delicious and local produce to creating beautiful tasting creative meals. She has a good economic eye and an incredible ability to buy just the right amount of food! It is difficult not to notice how much heart she puts into her work – how she cares about the origin of the ingredients and how she is able to lift up the flavours in the most natural and rich way. I have learnt a lot from Jo and I am looking forward to developing our working relationship in the future.
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to be Hayley’s intern in 2014. Her wealth of knowledge across many ‘healthy eating’ disciplines including Ayurvedic, 5 element theory, macrobiotic and raw, in addition to her ability to cut through the confusion, meant that not only was I quickly able to learn what suited me personally, but I also gained skills in the kitchen that work for my busy lifestyle.
If you have the opportunity to join one of her cooking courses or retreats, then I recommend you grab that opportunity with both hands. She will literally give you skills for life.