Discover a brand new exercise that helps participants break free from dieting dogma and develop a holistic, personalized, and flexible approach to eating. This is the second webinar in our new series on bonus exercises for the Eat Breathe Thrive program.
Hear Chelsea recall the story of how Eat Breathe Thrive became involved with lululemon. Discover how Eat Breathe Thrive came to be a national partner of lululemon's social giving program, Here To Be, and learn what this means for you and your programs.
Invigorate your facilitation with our NEW webinar series on bonus exercises for the Eat Breathe Thrive program! In the first webinar, discover a brand new trauma-sensitive exercise that helps participants tap into subtle sensations in their bodies through music and art.
One of the benefits of becoming a facilitator is that you now have the opportunity to adapt the curriculum and offer it in different formats. Workshops are a fun, creative way to change things up and meet the needs of your community. But if you’ve never designed your own before, it can be daunting when you begin! In this webinar, you’ll learn a basic formula for designing your own workshops.
Research suggests that athletes are nearly three times more likely to develop eating disorders than the general population — particularly in sports such as gymnastics, wrestling, figure skating, dance, and track. In this webinar, you’ll learn about how Eat Breathe Thrive can help athletes reduce injuries, meet their nutritional needs, and manage emotional pressure.
When participants don’t show up for sessions, group morale and program impact suffers. And it’s hard to identify a solution if you don’t know the cause! In this webinar, you’ll learn the most common causes of attendance problems and how to increase engagement without losing rapport.
So you want to teach a program at a school or university. Maybe you've found a teacher or administrator to speak with, but you're just not sure how to present the program. Should it be taught during class time, or after school? How much should the school pay for it? How do you enlist parents’ support?
Touch is an integral part of human life. But physical contact is not always appropriate nor helpful. In fact, just as touch can help us feel more connected with ourselves and those around us, it can also leave us feeling disrespected, confused, and violated. In this webinar, we’ll explore the role of touch in the Eat Breathe Thrive Program and how to safely and effectively use touch to build rapport with participants.
Teaser workshops are a great way to generate buzz and market your program to new communities. But if you’ve never taught an abbreviated Eat Breathe Thrive program, it’s hard to know where to begin! Which exercises and parts of the curriculum should you include? What’s a reasonable price point for the workshop?
Food and body image issues affect people of all ages, body types, and physical abilities. What do you do when one of your participants is pregnant, another is a professional athlete, and another has never done yoga before? How do you teach a mindful movement practice that challenges and supports them all?