Tue, Jan 25|
Family Meals- Reclaim Your Kitchen Workshops
7 Week online workshop to reclaim your kitchen to create healthy, homemade meals together in a sustainable manner. This workshop gives you the tools to maintain effective changes at a pace that works for your unique family. We will focus on getting the whole family involved and independent.
Time & Location
Jan 25, 2022, 7:00 AM – Mar 15, 2022, 11:00 PM
About the Event
Are you a busy family with hardly any time to cook fresh meals? Are you dealing with making seperate meals for kids and adults? Are you spending your money on to-go foods/ meal kits? Do you want your kids eating more veggies? Do you want your kids eating less sugary foods? Do you just need help getting a plan of action in how the whole family can be involved in making healthy meals? Or if you're a young family, do you want to get your babies/toddlers started on the right path early?
If you answer "yes" to more than 1 of these then keep reading. You're not alone, and you CAN do this. This is a short 7 week program, but these changes will last forever. I will be supporting you and guiding you along this path to health, wellness, and a lot more healthy home-made meals.
This is not a diet plan, or a recipe providing (30min meals) program. This is helping you decide what is BEST for your family, and how to nourish their bodies (even with dietrary districtions).
Keep reading- contact me for a free consultation and let's get you started.
April session has space for 6 client so RSVP soon to secure your spot.
Goal- get families cooking and eating at home for health and sustainability. Eat real whole food for neural cognitive development in children.
- Why- long term health, sustainability for the environment, education on food history and cultural uses, preserving food heritage of families.
Primary Focus- Teaching kids to eat the right foods to maintain energy and optimal brain function through their developmental changes.
Secondary Focus- Maintain cultural ties to our ancestral roots and preserve knowledge, methods and practices. Pass along this information to the next generation.
- 7 weeks for effective change
- Weekly check-in (dates TBD by member availability)
- Weekly Zoom informational course and Q&A session live or access later
- Goal setting and making changes
- Accountability through one on one check-ins
- Group access via FB group or Wix groups (App download required)
- Webinar dates will be determined based on member availability.
Free Bonus items:
- 2 cooking classes for kids with adults
- 2 Additional Q&A session
- Additional reading resources
- Free access to any Lunch and Learn during workshop months.
Things to accomplish:
- Eliminate convenience foods on a daily basis (packaged or pickup)
- Focus on whole foods and nutritionally dense meals.
- Adapt the kitchen to your family’s culture and heritage.
- Focus on sustainable practices
- Reduce food waste and overconsumption
- Find simple and effective changes to incorporate that will last.
- Learn about food choices and make the ones that suit your family's best needs including dietary needs.
- Learn about agribusiness and food commercialism and how it impacts what you buy and how your kids eat.
- Eating seasonally and locally
Importance of including children in the kitchen
- Kinesthetic learning
- Fine and gross motor coordination and development
- Focus and concentration
- Sensory regulation especially for children who struggle with it or have food related issues.
- Developing hand strength for improved neural and cognitive activity
- Real world experience for independence and self-care
- Sense of joy, accomplishment, pride in collaborative work for family welfare
- Adaptation and resilience
- Independence- for children
- Mindful and conscious eating
- Health and planetary welfare
- Regenerative practices
- *Family oriented meals!
- Classroom teacher
- Cooking with kids 20+ years
- Family guidance in children’s diet in regards to academics and behavior
- Cooking camps for kids focusing on geography and culture
- Gardening and small scale regenerative farming coursework
- AMI Montessori trained teacher with MA and classroom experience
- Family and Nature Advocate
Pricing: $750 (Introductory rate for January)
- Includes 7 weeks of information modules.
- Time to get to know your family history, needs, cultural background, kids, etc
- Accountability of how things are progressing, changes made and to be made.
- Guidance on how to incorporate healthy foods, time management and children being involved.
- Informational modules will discuss brain foods, breakfast foods, kids lunches, and family meals, along with seasonal eating, convenience foods, and much more focusing on health and sustainability.
- Additional information to supplement the modules will also be sent weekly.
- Bonus Zoom session for 2 cooking classes
- Bonus Zoom 2 Q&A session
- Lunch and Learn webinars during workshop months.
Who is this for?
- Anyone with kids
- Anyone who is trying to find work/life balance and incorporate home cooked meals
- Anyone who would like their family to eat “better” “healthier” eat out less, and learn to eat some meals as a family.
- Group size is limited to 6 families (only parent(s) need to attend the meetings)
How to register
1. Contact me to set up a free consultation
2. RSVP through this site providing an email
3. Make payment
4. Fill out Google Forms sent via email.
Once you commit you will receive an email from me with a Google Form that you will fill out on the first week of the program. After that we will meet online as a group, and individually via phone call or zoom (your preference).
3 spots remaining!
Please share with anyone who would like join or needs some guidence and help. Thank you!
Note: Free consultation call to discuss if this is right for you. email me at email@example.com or through the Wix site.
Want to know more about me and this business? Check out this blog post for a bit more info.