Over eight weeks, participants are taken on a structured path of learning to provide a holistic education around their health. It is an empowering program which nurtures the long-lost skill of developing self-intuition (really listening to your own body).
Each week a group meets for between 60-90 minutes (depending on numbers) and a topic is explored. Accompanying notes are provided for each topic. At the end of each session a goal is set by each participant to focus on over the coming week. Additional support throughout the week is provided in a private forum where questions, tips, discoveries and stories can be shared.
Week 1: Introduction and “What is Real Food?”
Week 2 and 3: Looking at Inflammatory foods
Weeks 4 and 5: Gut Health
Week 6: Toxins
Week 7: Sleep
Week 8: Stress
In order to make changes in our lives to improve our health, we need to possess not only the motivation but the inspiration to do so.
This is the difference between having the knowledge of how to “eat well” and exercise for health and actually applying this information in our daily lives.
“Only three in ten Australians indicated lack knowledge about how to implement a healthy lifestyle prevented them from maintaining a healthy lifestyle at least sometimes over the past twelve months”
- APS Stress and Wellbeing in Australia Survey, 2014.
Guiding people with the tools to explore both their motivation for health and their inspiration (what it is that makes them tick) has been the key to developing a successful group program.
Over eight weeks, a topic of education is presented and there is the opportunity for discussion around each of these topics. At the end of each session, each person sets and shares a goal for the coming week to focus on which can be specific to any area of their life.
Each session runs for 60 - 90 minutes weekly.
(depending on the size of the group - this can be further discussed)
Between sessions we keep the health focus alive with a private group forum where participants can post questions, share stories and any tips they may find.
Additional resources are provided to participants to explore out of work hours also in their home and with their families.
These additional resources include a dedicated website which recaps the content of each topic and also includes cooking demonstrations, meal plans and recipes.