WEANING FOOD & NUTRITION WORKSHOP

 

Designed for parents and carers of babies aged 3 months to 1 year. Babies are welcome to attend but this is not essential.

This 2-hour workshop covers:

  • How to get started

  • Foods to avoid and food allergies

  • Baby-led vs traditional purées

  • What to do about milk feeds

  • Food groups and important nutrients

  • Drinks

  • Vitamin Supplements

  • Convenience Vs homemade

  • Meal ideas and tips

  • …and more.

HOW IT WORKS

Pick the workshop/s that you are interested in, get a group of friends together and enjoy the benefits of having your own private dietitian in the comfort of your own home. Teeny Weaning will provide an informal, relaxed and fun workshop, while answering your questions and providing you with materials to take away, as well as access to email support until your baby is 1 year old. We also provide a healthy, homemade snack.

We will also run sessions on an ad hoc basis, so if you don’t have a group of friends who are interested in the same topic as you contact Sarah and we will endeavour to arrange a date and venue to run sessions with others in your area. This could be a great way to make new friends who are in the same boat!

At present due to covid-19 all workshops are run over video conference, which works really well - you don't have to leave home and you can attend in your PJs with a cuppa if you wish! You will receive a digital pack prior to your workshop and still have access to the same email follow-up mentioned above.

COSTS AND TERMS

Workshops: All 2 hour workshops are £35 per person (minimum of 4 people). You are welcome to bring your partner and the price for couples is £50.

Video conference workshops are also 2 hours but at £30 per person or £40 for couples.

Cancel within one week of course starting for a full refund. After this fees are nonrefundable but you can rebook onto our next weaning workshop and will still receive the digital pack and follow-up email support until baby is 1 year.

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