Love Letters to Chefs to host 'Work-life balance for women in hospitality' on March 7th

Ishwariya Rajamohan

Ishwariya Rajamohan

Other 23rd February 2022
Ishwariya Rajamohan

Love Letters to Chefs to host 'Work-life balance for women in hospitality' on March 7th

How can female hospitality workers strike a work-life balance that works for them? 


To answer this question, Love Letters to Chefs is hosting an online workshop on March 7th. 

About the session: We look at feminine energy and how it transcends gender, its place in our industry historically and why it is more valuable than ever in kitchens today. We will work on some exercises to explore how you can harness your own energy, in all its forms of expression, to support you in your quest for a better work life balance. 

Who this session is for: Although we examine the theme through the lens of the chef culture, this session is open to all women and non-binary individuals working in Hospitality (FOH or BOH). 


Book your place and join us. Please also share with friends and colleagues. 

Sign up: This 60-minute session will be held on Zoom. Please note that spaces are limited and that you must register in advance. The Zoom link will be sent to you by email after you sign up. 

Price: The workshop is priced at £49 (please note that the booking platform charges VAT and a small admin fee). If you would like to make a group booking for your team, please get in touch via email for a discount.

Questions? Email [email protected].



Founder of Love Letters to Chefs, Ishwariya Rajamohan said: As women working in professional kitchens, we are often made conscious of our place in a profession dominated by men, and what it takes to survive and thrive in it. We can, therefore, lose touch with the power that feminine energy holds for us. This is the force that helps us ground ourselves, create, and also collaborate with others: all vital for our work life balance, but not always held in high regard in our kitchens.

But the truth is that we would struggle to have a healthy career or a healthy team without those qualities that hold feminine energy. During the session we will work through a couple of exercises that will help you anchor those qualities in yourself.

As always, although we explore the topic from the lens of the chef culture, this workshop is for both BOH & FOH professionals."


Join Love Letters to Chefs on March 7th from 4:30 – 5:30pm (UK time). Discounts are available if you are booking for your team.

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