Thursday 22nd February | 7pm-9.30pm

Did you know that the gut is often referred to as the second brain?

Are you confused about what makes a healthy gut? Ever wondered where the term ‘gut instinct’ comes from?

The Garden have teamed up with Nutritional Therapist, Rosie Tadman to deliver a fun and educational Supper Club, focused on Gut Health. The evening will include dinner and an interactive talk about Optimum Gut Health from Rosie.

Why Gut Health?

Our intestinal tracts are host to over 500 different types of bacteria. In fact you might be surprised to know that you have more bacteria in your gut than cells in your body! In a healthy gut there should be a ratio of about 80:20 “good
bacteria to bad bacteria”, but due to poor diets, overuse of antibiotics and medications, environmental stress, diminished soil integrity, among other factors, most people have the opposite ratio with the “ good guys” being out
numbered by the “bad guys”.

Come and learn how you can rebalance your gut health with some easy and practical tips given.

About Rosie

Rosie is a Nutritional Therapist specialising in Female Health and hormone struggles. She helps women discover and heal the root cause of their issues so that they can feel like themselves again. Rosie employs holistic healing
strategies, customised nutrition and supplement recommendations.


Your ticket includes a welcome drink, a delicious and balanced dinner, a bliss ball to take away with you as well as inspiration and guidance from nutritional therapist, Rosie Tadman.

Click here to book.