Nue Ground brings wellness to life this January
Offering food, drink & workshops for mind and body to kick-start a healthy year
This January, café bar Nue Ground on Abbeville Road will be offering a range of delicious dishes, set menus, innovative drinks, workshops and tasting events to help beat the January blues with mindfulness and wellness at their core.
The special Veganuary Menu (£10 for two courses, £14 for three courses) features colourful and vibrant dishes, with a focus on nutrients and plant-based goodness. Winter Squash, Chickpea & Jeera Curry with Coriander Chutney and a Coriander Riata sits alongside a Pickled Mango Salsa and a moreish Cauliflower Bhaji. Dessert sees a Pecan Brownie teamed up with Poached Pear & Cardamom Coulis with a Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and Pecan Brittle. All guests will be met with a complimentary detox shot on arrival to kickstart a healthy New Year. Ingredients will be changed weekly dependent on surplus ingredients in the kitchen.
For those looking to improve their mental wellbeing, as well as their taste buds, Nue Ground is introducing a series of exciting workshops and courses throughout the month. Kicking things off from Tuesday 21stJanuary at 10am is a 5-week Mindfulness Course, led by Lulu Luckock, a family coach and therapist. With a limited capacity, this course guides participants as they find out how mindfulness can help gently let go of stress and live in the moment. Booking is required and can be done by emailing email@example.com.
From 27thJanuary, Lily Soutter, an experienced Nutritionist will be on hand for drop-in sessions and nutrition-based coaching and chats. A registered Nutrition Practitioner, Lily's extensive knowledge of the science of food and health, enables her to regularly write for The Times, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, as well as feature on TV appearances including ITV’s This Morning, among others. Lily’s passion is to simplify the science around nutrition, to provide health hacks and smarter eating strategies that empower people to enjoy a healthy and successful lifestyle.
Throughout January, there will also be drop-in tea tasting sessions and opportunities. Philip Joseph, Founder of Teasup, a local independent tea company with a focus on premium tea, will be talking discussing why teas can help with detox and be a great restorative drink to enjoy this January. The drop in chats will also offer guests the chance to sample some complimentary tea from the extensive menu on offer at Nue Ground.
A dedication to doing good for its local community and being a hub for locals and visitors to the area lay at the heart of Nue Ground. Founder Joanna Mangion says, “Of course everyone starts thinking about health and wellbeing in January, but the truth is, this is a huge part of why we started Nue Ground anyway. With my fitness and personal training background, combined with my experience in natural health remedies and naturopathy, it felt like a perfect opportunity to improve mental wellbeing and have a positive impact on our guests and in the local community as well.”
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