The Low Carb Program will host a 4-week virtual Summer Retreat, starting on Sunday 6th June. The Low Carb Program will host a range of live events, guest speakers, daily activities, and a range of challenges.

The retreat is split into 4 key themes and centred around implementing a holistic approach to health.

Week 1: Nutrition

The first week will supply you with all the tools for a successful low carb journey. We have guest speakers from dietitians, to doctors and expert nutritionists in specific areas. Join in with cookalongs, masterclasses, Q&As and meet-ups to learn more about nutrition.

Week 2: Exercise

The second week will cover a range of new exercise activities to try. With an exercise class every day there is something for everyone. Not only can you take part in daily activities, but you will also learn about how to get started on your fitness journey, the basics of sports nutrition and how to manage recovery.

Week 3: Sleep

In the third week, learn ways to improve sleep from sleep experts, join in with masterclasses around sleep topics and try calming classes to unwind and relax.

Week 4: Wellbeing

Finally, to round off the Summer Retreat, the last week will focus on wellbeing. The week will host a range of classes focusing on mindful exercise, workshops to help destress, meditations to relax and tutorials on topics such as gratitude journaling. A new range of Qi Gong classes will launch – an Asian yoga practise focusing on breathing, meditation and body posture. End the summer retreat on a high with a stress-free week.

Each week, the Low Carb Program will host a Sunday meet-up at 10am to explain what is happening in the following week and provide an opportunity to reflect. Monday night meet-ups will be hosted by an expert guest speaker each week.

Take part in the Summer Retreat this June by signing up to the Low Carb Program. Starting from the 1st of June and running throughout the whole month we have a 30% off discount for annual subscriptions.

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