Sat, 10 Jul|
New Shoots Tauranga
Find peace at the dinner table: Practical support for raising happy, healthy eaters - Tauranga
Raising kids to eat well and enjoy food is often easier said than done. Information on what kids should be eating is plentiful, but that doesn't always translate into what our little ones want to eat - let alone a good vibe at the dinner table!
Time & location
10 Jul 2021, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
New Shoots Tauranga, 850 Cameron Road, Tauranga South, Tauranga 3140, New Zealand
In collaboration with New Shoots Tauranga children's centre, we are proud to offer the community a practical introduction to raising a happy healthy eater.
Imagine a world where children grew into adults who ate well and loved their bodies? Imagine if your child would devour fruit and veggies with delight? Or if your child turned to you with a half-eaten muffin and then tells you they've had enough and are full? What if you could try out new foods and explore different tastes and your child could enjoy trying them? Imagine letting go of the stress and worry at mealtimes.
Raising young children to eat well and enjoy food is often easier said than done. Information on what kids should be eating is plentiful, but that doesn't always translate into what our little ones want to eat - let alone a good vibe at the dinner table!
Developing a positive relationship with food and our bodies is key to achieving overall health and wellness. Children who are confident in their bodies, who eat a variety of food, and enjoy being at the table, have skills that help them experience both health and happiness.
Over the years, we have helped hundreds of families bring peace and joy back to their table.
Our workshop helps you to think beyond nutrition, to creating mealtime routines that nourish hearts, minds and bellies!
The workshop includes:
* Top tips for feeding happy thriving young children
* How to avoid common mealtime frustrations- fussy eating, food refusal, throwing, all-day grazing!
* How to foster a good body image from a young age
* Nurturing your child's body confidence and autonomy
* Fact-check common misconceptions about family nutrition.
* How to manage those so-called "forbidden foods" eg. sugar
Bonus support from Registered Dietitian and Family Feeding expert:
* As a bonus you have an opportunity to problem-solving your family nutrition challenges with New Zealand's leading feeding specialist and paediatric dietitian Rachael Wilson who will be on hand to answer any questions you might have.
If you'd like practical tips & evidence-based solutions for reducing mealtime stress we hope you'll consider joining our workshop. We would love to see you there!
Reserve a spot
- Ticket type
Includes nibbles and refreshments. Tickets limited and ends on the 11th June.Price$30.00
- Ticket type
Two tickets- includes nibbles and refreshmentsPrice$65.00
- Ticket type
Includes nibbles and refreshmentsPrice$40.00
Food Tree events are hosted by
Family Feeding Specialist
Rachael is a paediatric dietitian and family feeding specialist with a wide variety of experience and skills. Trained in SOS feeding therapy, Rachael is one of only 7 people worldwide selected by the Ellyn Satter institute in the USA to become one of their affiliate child feeding specialists.
She has a background in mindfulness and intuitive eating and is trained in mindful eating through The Centre for Mindful Eating and has undergone training in responsive feeding therapy, eating disorders and body image.
Don't miss out!
Here's what other parents are saying...
"Brilliant talk. So interesting and all of what was said makes perfect sense. Highly recommend"
"I learned so much from the presentation! Thank you. I am much more relaxed when it meal time now and my kids have become much easier to feed."
"I’m a huge fan of The Food Tree and their approach to mindful eating practices with children. They’re informative, knowledgeable, helpful and gentle. I’ve been to a few of their workshops now, and each time I come away with new tools on how to create a positive experience for children at meal times."