Have a Positive Valentine Night with Joanne Faulkner of Shiatsu Conscious Cooking and her new book ‘Good Food: Better Sex’, a guide to intimacy and love using traditional Chinese medicine and food.
During this evening, Joanne will show you how to use the 5 elements of Traditional medicine to interpret your body’s symptoms and how to use the five flavours of food to treat emotional and physical conditions. She will discuss how the ancient art of using food as medicine can help you harness your powerful, creative sexual energy and direct it for better health and longevity. There will be tasty no sugar Millet Muffins to sample from the new book and together Joanne will talk about foods and demonstrate potent acupressure points to help with a range of conditions from low libido to night sweats and premature ejaculation.
More than just a cookbook, this is a journey with food providing the path back to love and acceptance for our sweet selves. We will discuss recipes that have sexual health benefits but more than that, we can learn how to empower and cherish ourselves with food.
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Joanne Faulkner is a Shiatsu practitioner specialising in the energy of food in Traditional Chinese Medicine and runs a busy Shiatsu practice in Dublin, Ireland. Her Shiatsu & Conscious Cooking Demonstrations and Cookery Retreats regularly sell out. Currently, she serves as Chairperson of the Shiatsu Society of Ireland, ensuring the standards of Shiatsu practice in Ireland. Blogging regularly on her food and health-focused website www.joannefaulkner.ie, she is a published author of “Good Food: Better Sex” and “Shiatsu & the Art of Conscious Cooking”: both modern cookbooks full of delicious recipes, Traditional Chinese Medicine plus acupressure points for health and wellbeing.