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    Chelsea Eats

    Did you know that in all of my 10 year wellness journey, I felt unhealthiest while opening my ultra healthy organic cafe?

    I’m not alone in this.

    Shirin Kouros of The Good Life told me that during the launch of her first Californian-style 'feel good' eatery (around the corner from us in Chelsea), she too suffered from extreme fatigue, that caused her to have crazy facial breakouts, gave her a dry mouth, brittle nails and stomach inflammation resulting in weight gain and digestive issues.

    Although our diets are very different, we both have a lot in common when it comes to the lessons we’ve learned during these stressful times, especially what not to do the second and third time around (and even more for Shirin as she plans to open their 5th location). 

    We also have a lot in common when it comes to the evolving diets of the men we married, our fertility plans, our digestion experiments and struggles and the weird things we both do to tune in to our body’s requests.

    And for the first time ever, we plan to take this conversation public! 

    Join me, Tanya Maher of Tanya’s and Shirin Kouros of The Good Life, as we share our journeys on balancing entrepreneurship, wellness, relationships and motherhood.

     

    Moderated by Claudia Canavan, a renowned food and lifestyle journalist, this talk uncovers the how and why the health movement has changed in 2018 and what the future holds.

     

    The Good Life Eatery

     Tanya Maher Andreas Thrasy

    When: 6:30PM-8:15PM, Wednesday 19th September 2018
    Where: The Living Room at My Chelsea, 35 Ixworth Place, SW3 3QX London
    Directions: Here's a great link for your journey planning. To view a detailed map and nearest parking options, visit our website
    Transport: The nearest stations are South Kensington and Sloan Square. Victoria Street Station is a 10 minute taxi ride away
    Cost: £15 which can be used towards food, drink and books on the night
    To reserve your spot: go here>>