An online signature Racheal Kwacz workshop designed to bring joy and connection back to your dinner table.
In a nutshell.
Are your kids throwing tantrums? Do you find that it takes hours for your children to finish their food before you get to yours? Are you feeling overwhelmed and confused about what your kids should eat and how much?
Come join our favorite mama and Child & Family Development Specialist, Racheal Kwacz, for two special evenings of confidence-building discovery, balancing parenting and nutrition while raising little foodies that enjoy exploring different textures, taste, and flavors.
Whether your little one hasn’t even started solids yet or if you are deep in the Food Wars battle, this workshop was created just for you.
What you will learn:
Come back to the basics of mealtimes and understand the recommended guidelines, nutritional needs, as well as hidden hazards so we can build a solid foundation.
Break old habits and replace cajoling, bribing, threatening or distracting with food by bringing back order and workshopping mealtime challenges tailored to your family.
Brain Science & Heart
Understand and learn how to apply The RACHEAL Method using research-based proven strategies explained with thought and experience.
Gain new tools to designing and building your own happy healthy mealtime culture at home with other families going through the same journey.
*New* Optional Live Coach Session
If you’d like to participate in a live session with Racheal walking you through some effective coaching with applicable situations, join us the following week and connect again in a more casual environment.
Date: Monday 13 December 8:30-10:30pm
When is it?
Accessible from anywhere in the world or safe at home, the workshop will be conducted online via zoom on Monday and Tuesday, Dec 6 & 7 2021, 8:30-10:30pm MYT
Including an optional Live Coaching session one week after on Monday, Dec 13 2021, 8:30-10:30pm MYT
What if I can’t attend both sessions?
While it is best to receive live so Racheal can teach you personally, all sessions will be recorded and available for unlimited viewing for 3 months.
What age group is this meant for?
This class is applicable and powerful for any age-group but best taken before you start your weaning journey.
How are workshops taught?
Workshops are taught online via Zoom through personalized live teaching, guided exercises, heartfelt experientials and safe discussion pods.
Can my partner and I share the same account?
Yes, as a gift from us to you to building strong families together, you can share your account and materials with your co-parent. We do not allow you to share the material outside of what you have purchased and with others out of respect to everyone else who has paid for the workshop.
What payments do you accept? How do I register?
If you prefer to pay in USD, you can pay on the website below. For MYR, we accept Online Bank Transfer and Credit Card.
Please email [email protected] to register.
What is the refund policy?
We offer a Full Refund if you choose to forfeit your spot 2 weeks before the workshop commences. We will offer 50% refund if your request is made after the cut-off date or if the workshop has started.
Save Me a Spot
Food Wars Online
Join us for two evenings for 2 hours in hopes to make your mealtimes much happier!
Food Wars + Live Coach
Add an additional evening the following Monday for a live coaching session for Racheal to answers real-life questions in practice.
See what they’re saying
What some of our participants have said about Food Wars
Racheal is that mom figure you want to have in your mom journey. She provides a safe, non-judgemental space for us those in attendance to learn and be empowered. From de-bunking myths to simple but easily overlooked tools to connect over mealtimes. This isn’t a promise of an overnight fix, this is to strengthen your confidence and all the little ways you can be more present and whole for your little one. It’s a time for you, and you walk away feeling like you can win the Food War. Thank you, Racheal
BMother of a 3 year old
When I went to Racheal’s Food Wars workshop I wasn’t sure what to expect. Dinner time had been such a struggle for me and my son and I hadn’t found anything that helped. I couldn’t get him to sit still, he’d barely eat on his own even though he was capable and we’d end up fighting over him finishing his food! After going to Racheal’s workshop, we now enjoy mealtimes as a time for connection, we cook together, set the dinner table together…it’s a work in progress but it’s calm! He also loves Racheal’s easy snack boxes that I started making!
Amazing! Make sure to attend her next workshop…it completely changed the way I deal with my children.
RMother of 4
Food Wars workshop by Racheal Kwacz was a workshop that I’ve been wanting to attend when I had my 3rd baby. I’ve always struggled in the mealtime department and now that my kids are 12, 9 and 2.5 years old, it’s even harder trying to “please” everyone’s tastebuds and get them to have dinner together. I see family dinner as a time of day for connection after a busy day. I highly value this and want this to be part of our family culture. Learning all the practical tools was helpful in Racheal’s workshop but what was more fulfilling for me was that I took the time and effort to focus on healthy eating for my family without it being rushed or done by just glancing through websites in Google search. This was a self-care for me and to learn and be reminded again what I’ve learned in my journey which is in line with Racheal’s parenting philosophy. If you want to overcome your stress and get a new life changing perspective around your kid’s eating habits, you wouldn’t want to miss the Food Wars workshop.
SMother of 3
Racheal’s methods really helped to change the dreaded mealtime song and dance to a much more enjoyable experience. I learned a lot of insightful tips that were so simple to implement yet made a major shift in our dining experiences. I’ll admit I didn’t think some things would work, but was pleasantly surprised in the response from our child to our new found abilities to master food wars.
NFather of a 2 year old
Such an eye-opener! Racheal is great at holding space and pouring into others that all the parents have an aha moment. Today my son sat with us at the table for dinner and he actually “aaaaaaahed” for a mouthful then fed me a couple of mouthfuls with a big smile on his face!