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Workplace Workshops

Each workshop is designed to meet your  exact needs.

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Understanding Nutrition

In this workshop we learn all the basics of nutrition. From eating guidelines to hydration. From understanding supplements to talking about sugar and why you need carbohydrates. This is the knowledge we all should have learned in school. All participants will receive my healthy jar lunch recipes. Learning Objectives: Participants will come away with a strong understanding of the foundations of nutrition and how to eat for their body type.

Chat and Chew

Your organization picks a topic and I design a meal for us to make together. While your team digs into the fantastic food, I chat about the topic. These are great for organizations who want to support their staff in making educated decisions in the kitchen. Topic ideas are: fibre, heart health, mental health, gut health, hormone balancing, cholesterol lowering, pregnancy, organic, local, vegetarian, etc. *No kitchen needed*

Creating a Trauma-Informed Workplace

Let's explore the skills you need, to have a trauma-informed work place. We start off by understanding what is happening in the body when trauma happens, the types of trauma and our responses to it. We conclude by looking at what we need to feel safe at work and the foundations of building a trauma informed workplace.Learning Objectives: Participants will learn how to notice trauma in the workplace and why this is important. They will also learn know how to hold space for the people working through it in a healthly way that is conducive to the workplace.

Managing Stress and Burnout Prevention

It seems everyone is burning the candle at both ends these days – going and going. In this workshop we will look at what is happening in the body when we experience stress and what the research is saying we need to do to release it! Learning Objective: Gain a clear understanding of how boundaries work and why they are important. Make a  list of your own personal and professional boundaries. To build a well thought out and manageable self-care plan. To use the many scientifically proven ways to reduce your stress daily.

Reconciliation and Indigenous Allyship

Here participants will learn about colonization and how to participate in the process of reconciliation.  Together we will map out real ways to be outstanding allies. Learning Objectives: Participants will know the true history of Canada, and the current issues facing Indigenous people in Canada. You will know what next steps to take towards truth and reconciliation and how to be an ally.

Building a Land and Territory Acknowledgment

Let's deep dive into whose traditional land your organization is on and how to make a land and territory acknowledgment! This is the first step in being a good ally - the first of many.

Exploring Canada's Anti-Black History

In this presentation participants will learn about Canada’s role in slavery, our history of segregation and how systemic racism still affects this Country. Participants will learn about the current Black Lives Matter movement and its global importance. This workshop concludes with ways to be an ally both in and out of the work place. Learning Objectives: Participants will become able to see Canada's Anti-black history, understand it's connection to systemic racism and know how to be an actual ally.

Building An Inclusive Team

Together let's explore gender, sexuality, ableism and fat phobia. You'll come away with some ideas of how to bring inclusiveness into your workplace and how to use your privilege to benefit others. Learning Objectives: Participants will come out of this with a working knowledge of all things LGBTQAAI2S. They will also learn how to use their privilege to hold space for marginalized groups.

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