Sheila is a Nutritional Therapist (Sheila Downes Nutrition) & an IHS Clinical Practice Supervisor & Enrolment Consultant
“I want to feel fit, I want to feel strong, I want to be healthy, and I want to lose weight. Urgh, that must mean that I need to go on some sort of crazy health kick and I’m going to need to diet, which is going to be boring and I won’t be able to eat half of the foods that I actually like.”
What a crazy few months it has been. One way or another we have all been affected by COVID and the lockdowns that have had to be put into place. Whilst we all had to adjust to a new way of living, with children out of school, home offices suddenly in permanent use, queues to get into the supermarkets, shortages of some foods, and the strange feel of wearing face masks it is now time to adjust again.
Shane has his roots in farming yet his passion for health and wellbeing and his keen interest in the mind-body connection led him to study healthcare methods that focus on both the mind (NLP, Coaching and Stress Management) and body (Nutritional Therapy and Massage).
Nutrition, mindset, movement, stress management, sleep and fun - we've got you covered! IHS have put this free short course together to help those looking for practical and easy ways to stay well, stay positive and have fun whilst at home.
Time to switch panic buying loo roll for proactive food prep folks!!
At IHS we celebrate all things Health & Wellness and this doesn’t stop at Christmas time. Not only do we love receiving gifts that suit our lifestyle but we love gifting them too. To help you choose the perfect wellness gift this season, we have put together our top picks as chosen by our Academic & Operations team. Something for everyone – not matter how picky they might be!
It’s time to meet the IHS team again. Since joining IHS in 2018, Sally has had a massive impact on how the operations department runs, we managed to catch up with her for a quick Q&A
The UK Health Coaches Association (UKHCA) is the Professional Body dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of the role of Health Coaching as a credible and accessible model for preventing, and potentially reversing, chronic, lifestyle-related disease.
Jess is one of our Internal Quality Assurers, as well as a lecturer and unit leader for the nutritional therapy programme here at IHS. We had a quick catch up earlier this month, read the full Q&A below.
We caught up with Chris Peare who has co-created our new Plant-Based Nutrition Course and he shared with us some of his top tips for plant-based eating. Whether you identify as vegan, vegetarian or flexitarian these tips are perfect for you.
In keeping with our plant-based theme, this nut roast recipe is courtesy of Chris Peare. It's easy to make, healthy and perfect for sharing with friends and family.
It’s time to meet the IHS team again. This month we are delighted to introduce you to Sheila Downes
The theory behind this book is simple. There are 2 types of mindsets - ‘growth’ and ‘fixed’.
These chocolate muffins are easy to make and refined sugar free! Perfect for big and small kids alike, they can be enjoyed on the go or with a cup of tea - yum!
Suzanne Laurie is an IHS director and was jointly responsible for establishing IHS over 14 years ago. Passionate about Health & Wellness, Suzanne works across all IHS departments from academia to marketing and everything in between - she is committed to furthering the standards for the training and practice of nutrition and health courses. We had a quick catch up earlier this month, read the full Q&A below.
A few of us in IHS have just started on this journey with Annie Grace. The Alcohol Experiment is a 30-day alcohol free challenge which interrupts your habits and helps you take control of your relationship with alcohol.
Having been gifted Yotam Ottolenghi's new cookbook SIMPLE over Christmas, we are loving all of the recipes in this book.
It’s time to meet the IHS team again. This month we are delighted to introduce you to Liz Holland
Stress and anxiety tend to influence our self-talk and mental chatter so if we don’t pay attention to this we can end up talking ourselves into even more stress and anxiety.