Upcoming Workshops

Raising Healthy Eaters

Sunday, February 23rd at 10am.

Craving simple strategies to get your kids eating well?

This interactive session offers 10 key practices for parents to connect with kids around food. Strengthen your skills to get kids trying more foods and learn new ways to manage food battles. The takeaway from this session is improved eating and less exasperation for everyone at the family table.

This 1-hour program is for parents, grandparents and caretakers of all kinds, providing practical guidance and realistic strategies to build a foundation for a lifetime of healthy eating.

Register for Raising Healthy Eaters – Feb, 23rd @ 10AM

Location: Families Eating Well Corner of Robeson and Sigourney Street, Boston, MA.

$40.00

Upon registration you’ll receive email confirmation with directions, parking information and class details.

You’ll also receive instructions on how to bring a friend for FREE if you’re attending a class on or before 3/14/20.

Help! My Kid’s a Picky Eater

Thursday, February 27th, 6:00-7:30pm

This 90-minute workshop addresses finicky feeding in kids of every age, with three simple steps to decrease stress over feeding your family.

You’re guided through a personalized process to better understand your child’s eating behaviors, and instructed on specific changes you can make to shift what’s happening at mealtime. Your take home plan features practical tips and coping strategies to suit your family’s needs. From how to handle food rejection to helping kids expand what they eat, this judgement-free class gives you the tools you need to effectively cut down on the fuss.

Register for Help! My Kid’s a Picky Eater – Feb. 27th @ 6PM

Location: Families Eating Well Corner of Robeson and Sigourney Street, Boston, MA.

$50.00

Upon registration you’ll receive email confirmation with directions, parking information and class details.

You’ll also receive instructions on how to bring a friend for FREE if you’re attending a class on or before 3/14/20.

Questions about attending class? Email Stephanie 

Information about community programs:

Stephanie offers a variety of small group nutrition workshops in and around the greater Boston area.

Nutrition Workshops are one-time meetings with a limited enrollment of 12 participants. This assures an opportunity to individualize the session to meet your needs. Join Stephanie for a dynamic group session and walk away empowered with a practical plan!

Please note, children are NOT permitted to attend nutrition classes.  This is so everyone in the room can participate fully with minimal distractions.  The ONLY exception is for postpartum nutrition classes where babies up to six months old may attend. Siblings of babies attending postpartum nutrition workshops are not permitted to attend.  Thank you for your kind attention to this request.

Want to attend in person but can’t make the date or time offered?  

Contact Stephanie directly to host a small group for you and your friends.  

See a class you’d like to attend but can’t make the date or time offered? Find six or more friends interested in the same topic and Stephanie can provide a private group nutrition class.  

These classes meet in someone’s private home, work place, or community gathering space. They can also be held at Families Eating Well (pending availability).

The host arranges a meeting location and generates a list of registrants. The bonus for organizing a private class is FREE registration for the host! One host designee per class. To arrange a home host nutrition class email Stephanie.

Community Nutrition Classes

Vegetarian Kids: Meeting kid’s growing needs with a plant based diet

Building a Better Lunch: A soup to nuts (and nut-free!) guide to making your kids lunches they will rave about!

Pregnancy Nutrition: Your nutrient needs pre-conception through all stages of gestation

Nourishing the New Mom: Postpartum nutrition (this class permits attendance of infants up to six months old)

Starting Solids: How to successfully introduce solid food for your 6-12 month old child

Toddler in training: Optimizing intake for your 1-2 year old child

Snack for Success: A practical guide for boosting energy and metabolism, improving mental acuity and eating less processed food on the go.

Eating for Healthy Aging

If you have a specific topic that you would like Stephanie to present in your office or personal community group, please contact Stephanie directly.