Coaching for a Healthy Lifestyle on Wednesday 24th October 2018
This training is split into two parts, giving learners a holistic and extensive training package. The first part considers how we can change our mindset to help us reach our long-term goals, adopting habits which will help us sustain our healthy living choices and not slip back into bad habits. The first part will be delivered by a skilled trainer and NLP Practitioner who practices Clinical Hypnotherapy. The second part focuses on nutrition with tips and tricks to help us navigate the obesogenic environment and get food that’s good for us onto our plate. This part will be delivered by a Registered Nutritional Therapist.
Learners will need to attend sessions from 09:30 - 12:30:
24th October - Confidence and NLP for Weight Control
7th November - Mindfulness and Self-Hypnosis for Weight Control
14th November - Healthy Living
21st November - Weight Literacy
We do understand that due to hectic lifestyles and multiple responsibilities that you may not be able to make all four of the sessions or due to childcare responsibilities you may need to arrive late/leave early. As parents ourselves we understand this, but we hope you will also understand that as this training is free and the places are funded by the Erasmus+ programme, those who can attend all four sessions will be given preference in the application process, we ask that people who do apply can attend at least three out of the four sessions. Unfortunately, we also cannot provide childcare at the venue.
After registering via Eventbrite you will receive an application form via email, please fill this in and send it back to us as soon as you can.
For more questions about the training or if you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Rebecca via email - firstname.lastname@example.org or ring her at the office on 0114 279 90 91.
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