CHNCT Exclusive Class Recording and Handouts

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There can be a fine line between encouraging healthy habits in our children and creating negative thoughts on body image and self-perception. We want the best for our children, but often forget that they are watching how we treat ourselves and model their own behaviors after that.  

Join us for this quick, practical class, where we will: 

  • Discover ways to speak about our bodies that encourage body positivity for our children 
  • Discuss the reasons why we need to model healthy behaviors for our children  
  • Develop a plan to include quick healthy practices into your daily life and encourage healthy habits in your children without adding pressure or negative connotations. 

Course Lessons

There can be a fine line between encouraging healthy habits in our children and creating negative thoughts on body image and self-perception. We want the best for our children, but often forget that they are watching how we treat ourselves and model their own behaviors after that.  

Join us for this quick, practical class, where we will: 

  • Discover ways to speak about our bodies that encourage body positivity for our children 
  • Discuss the reasons why we need to model healthy behaviors for our children  
  • Develop a plan to include quick healthy practices into your daily life and encourage healthy habits in your children without adding pressure or negative connotations. 

Class Recording and Handouts

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We parents of young children have too much to do and not enough time to do it. So certain things fall off the to-do list, and fitness is usually one of the first to go. At the same time, we know deep down that we are more patient and positive when we take better care of ourselves. 

After this class, parents will be able to 

  • Find practical strategies for self care
  • Discover easy ways to fit self care into a busy schedule
  • Create a simple plan to increase self care moving forward

Course Lessons

We parents of young children have too much to do and not enough time to do it. So certain things fall off the to-do list, and fitness is usually one of the first to go. At the same time, we know deep down that we are more patient and positive when we take better care of ourselves. 

After this class, parents will be able to 

  • Find practical strategies for self care
  • Discover easy ways to fit self care into a busy schedule
  • Create a simple plan to increase self care moving forward

7.29.21 Public Class Recording and Handout

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When we find ways to include our kids in our self-care and fitness routines it models the behaviors we want them to embody, and can be the beginning of lifelong healthy habits.

After this class, parents will be able to 

  • Identify ways to safely include children of all ages into fitness routines 
  • Create a plan to keep children engaged and interested in fitness
  • Develop simple ideas to keep the whole family moving

Course Lessons

When we find ways to include our kids in our self-care and fitness routines it models the behaviors we want them to embody, and can be the beginning of lifelong healthy habits.

After this class, parents will be able to 

  • Identify ways to safely include children of all ages into fitness routines 
  • Create a plan to keep children engaged and interested in fitness
  • Develop simple ideas to keep the whole family moving

7.22.21 CVS Class Recording & Handout

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Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting field trips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer. 

Course Lessons

Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting field trips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer. 

Set the Stage for a Happy, Healthy and Mindful Summer

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Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting fieldtrips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer. 

Course Lessons

Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting fieldtrips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer. 

Self Care for Busy Parents: Finding Time To Take Care of You Phase 2

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Don’t Sweat the Details: Take the Stress Out of Wellbeing Phase 2

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Boost Your Energy: Healthy Snacks On The Go Phase 2

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Fuel Your Day: Practical Ideas for Breakfast on the Go Phase 2

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Mom’s Stretch Break: Be Kind to Your Body with Rejuvenating Movement Phase 2

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