Winter. Is. Coming.
With the cold weather approaching, the tendency to stay in and enjoy the comforts of home increases. Being less active doesn’t mean that our health and wellness goals go out the door; in fact, fall is a great time to work on our nutrition and make better decisions with what we’re putting into our bodies!
To help you with this, my colleague Rebecca Lynn and I are co-leading a 6-week nutrition workshop series from 8 November – 13 December.
Join us for six in-depth sessions covering the following topics:
Redefining our understanding of health and wellness
Eating for energy – The truth about carbohydrates and do you really need to avoid gluten?
Sugar blues – Is sugar addictive? How can we use the glycemic index to make better food choices?
Not all fats are created equal – Is saturated fat bad? The different fats explained and guidelines as to how much we should be eating.
Cravings and emotional eating – How to deconstruct our cravings and implement strategies to counteract them
Nutrition is only half the battle – How our lifestyle affects how we feel and our overall health
Included in the rate are:
– One 90-minute introductory session and 5 one-hour sessions
– Food and lifestyle recommendations to implement between sessions
– Handouts and easy-to-follow recipes
– Access to our private Facebook group to support you over the 6 weeks
– Special giveaways and healthy home-baked goodies
Cost: 120 euros per person, or 100 euros if you pay in full before October 24
When: Each Sunday from 8 November through to 13 December from 10am – 11am (please note that the first session is from 9:30am-11am)
Where: Rue des Augustins, 69001 (near Place des Terreaux)
To keep the workshops personable, places are extremely limited (8 people).
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your spot!
Hadley and Rebecca, both trained at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, are passionate about holistic health and nutrition. Hadley is the founder of HadleyHolistics and has over eight years of experience working with clients to improve their health and well-being. Rebecca is a certified CrossFit level 1 trainer who works with both groups and individuals on improving their health and fitness.