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Life Enhancing Cooking Workshop

Curated by SHARAN India

LIFE ENHANCING COOKING WORKSHOP AT HILTON SHILLIM,

The Shillim Institute brings to you a Life Enhancing Cooking Workshop by Dr. Nandita Shah and her team of professionals from SHARAN India; an organization with the goal of spreading awareness about holistic health and an ecologically sustainable compassionate lifestyle.

Workshop Dates: 15th and 16th of October
Time: 11 am to 1 pm, on both days
Venue: Shillim Cooking School, Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa

This Life Enhancing Cooking Workshop forms a prelude to NURTURE - A One-week Sustainable Lifestyle Workshop curated by Dr. Nandita Shah of Sanctuary for Health and Reconnection to Animals and Nature (SHARAN), at the retreat from the 4th to 11th December.

The mission of NURTURE is to comprehend how nutrition and lifestyle can transform our state of health, and how we can practically apply this to our everyday lives to facilitate comprehensive healing.

AT NURTURE, YOU WILL

  • Set goals for your health and happiness and learn ways of achieving them.
  • Learn about the real cause of disease and how to prevent and reverse illnesses.
  • Understand new dietary habits that NURTURE not just the body but also the spirit.
  • Know how to convert any menu into a delicious whole-plant based meal through hands-on cooking classes.
  • Experience nature walks, yoga, swimming sessions, bicycling, jogging and other physical activities to NURTURE your body.
  • Indulge in recreational activities such as pottery, painting and cooking for the creative side in you.

To avail the early bird offer, register on here

In case you need any more information about the cooking classes or the one week workshop later this year, please feel free to call SHARAN directly on 04132622637 or visit SHARAN on www.sharan-india.org

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  • Wellness is a theme throughout the resort. All food at The Green Table restaurant is organic and my lunch there was a delight, from the chilled beetroot and orange soup to the superb imported Black Angus fillet.

    All ingredients at this restaurant are sourced from local farms, and the resort is in the process of planting an organic vegetable garden. There are four more restaurants at Shillim Estate serving French, Mediterranean and Asian food, as well as customised food experiences, where guests can pick a scenic spot on the property to dine in private.

    After lunch I trekked up to the highest point on the property, a grassy plateau with grandstand views of Lake Pawna. From here, the resort’s isolation becomes wonderfully clear. The lake and its surrounding peaks are all you can see for miles around. Bike riding, trekking, fishing, picnicking and paragliding are the main guest activities on offer; there are also future plans for horse-riding at an equestrian centre.

    As the day drew to a close, I headed to the Valley Bar at the glass-walled Clubhouse, which has an outdoor deck for cigar enthusiasts. Sipping on a glass of Henschke Julius Eden Valley Riesling wine as the hills glowed orange in the setting sun was a suitable end to a spectacular day.

    In addition to the luxurious experience Shillim Estate has created, the retreat’s real achievement is giving guests the chance to dissolve into nature and truly escape from the world, while still being close to home

    Tanwani