Mindfully Feeding Infants and Toddlers

May 26, 2021 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Registration Deadline: May 25, 2021 - 11:45PM

Online Zoom Webinar


Contact: For more information or questions, contact Holly Tiret, tiret@msu.edu or Georgina Perry, perrygeo@msu.edu.

 

Mindfulness for Better Living Online One Time Workshops 

Mindfulness can be defined as paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgmentally. Research has shown that practicing mindfulness is effective in reducing stress-related symptoms such as worry, depression and physical tension, and may be helpful in managing chronic conditions. Mindfulness for Better Living includes a suite of one-time workshops to help people learn ways to use mindfulness to manage everyday stress. 

Mindfully Feeding Infants and Toddlers

Food is so much more than just fuel. Mealtime routines not only build strong relationships with people, but also a healthy relationship to food. During this workshop, participants will explore research on parenting styles, mindfulness and temperament and learn how those factors can lead to responsive feeding of infants and toddlers.

This is a free class.  
This is a live class using Zoom and will not be recorded.  Instructions on Zoom software and setup will be sent in the confirmation email. 

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Holly Tiret

Holly Tiret
tiret@msu.edu

Georgina Perry

Georgina Perry
perrygeo@msu.edu