Upcoming Workshops

Nutrition for Fertility and Pregnancy$25 per class or $60 for all 3

A dietitian specializing in fertility can help you:

  • Manage any dietary considerations (such as endometriosis, insulin resistance or PCOS) that may impact conception
  • Optimize and regulate your fertility hormones
  • Help prepare you for your next round of IVF
  • Ensure you are taking the right nutritional supplements
  • Boost egg and sperm health

A dietitian specializing in pregnancy can help you optimize your
diet by helping with:

  • Morning sickness, constipation and reflux
  • Boosting energy levels
  • Choosing the right prenatal supplements to meet your unique needs
  • Healthy pregnancy weight gain
  • Food safety
  • Optimizing your gut microbiome
  • Reducing the risk (or helping to manage) pregnancy complications such as Gestational Diabetes or pre-eclampsia
  • Answering your dietary questions.

Each class is $25 or you can sign up for all 3 at $60

Week 1: Nutrition to optimize egg and sperm health; including important nutrients for pregnancy

Week 2: Increasing and maintaining iron stores for a healthy Pregnancy

Week 3: Food Safety and Pregnancy

Baby Led Weaning- $35

A Baby Led Weaning Approach to offering solids.

In this workshop we discuss:

  • When baby is ready to start solids and what signs to look for
  • Which foods to start with
  • How to prepare and offer foods to baby
  • Introducing common allergens and more


Mini recipe book and handout with important tips and tricks included

Plant Based Eating for Beginners- $35

This One and a Half Hour Workshop includes:

  • Samples
  • Recipes
  • 1 week Meal Plan
  • Shopping list

Plant Based Diets Can:
✔ Help maintain a healthy weight and even promote weight loss!
✔ Prevent and manage heart disease
✔ Prevent and manage high cholesterol
✔ Prevent and manage diabetes


This One and a Half Hour Workshop ALSO includes:

  • A meal plan and 6 week guide
  • Recipes
  • 1 individual appointment for reintroduction phase
  • Online support throughout program

The phases of the Low FODMAP diet? (according to the Monash University)

Should be commenced under supervision of a dietitian

  • 2-6 weeks only

Re-challenge phase

  • Food challenges completed under the guidance of a dietitian
  • 6-8 week process
  • Adapted diet
  • Interpret food challenge results with a dietitian.
  • Repeat challenges with poorly tolerated foods.
  • Reintroduce restricted food based on symptom response
  • Only restrict foods and FODMAPs that trigger symptoms.