The Food Impulse Workshop

The Unchained Creative

Feed Your Power

Have you lost your way in the world of food propaganda? Wondering what to eat and when?

Imagine being able to eat in a way that feeds your power, in body, work and life - creatively, simply, beautifully, joyfully!

Is this even possible? Oh yes.

Listen to, interact with, and enjoy this audio workshop that reveals the myriad ways in which we separate ourselves from our food - its production, our consumption and its function - and how we can start to make our way back home.

Put yourself back in the driving seat and start with what you know - eat honestly.

  • Reconnect to your innate pure food instincts.
  • Own the food that supports your body's function, wellness and truest expression.
  • Throw away false ideas, fake food and diet dogma.
  • Start to eat honestly in freedom and joy.

(Allow at least 60mins for a full experience of the workshop - approx. half an hour of audio - with baked in prompts for your participation. Suggested use re pdf worksheet - do first page before audio, and second page after audio. Might be a revelation.

Inside you'll find:

  • The workshop audio recording (30mins approx)
  • Worksheet Printable PDF

"If we surrendered
to earth’s intelligence
we could rise up rooted, like trees."

― Rainer Maria Rilke

Here is some feedback on my workshops:

“You are fantastic, I really love what you do and how you do it. Your words bring a depth, richness and reverence to the things we do everyday and are so grounded in being.”


“It’s so helpful to have time to reflect on self, and I don’t want to lose what has begun today.”


“It’s been a very holistic approach to thinking about food and life choices. An opportunity to reflect, relax and process.”


“I’ve been able to see myself as I am now and that actually I’m not too bad!”


“My biggest takeaway is that I’m on the right track, and the importance of tuning into my feelings always.”


“You have a gift.”

I want this!

Audio workshop recording | Worksheet PDF


The Food Impulse Workshop

I want this!