Preparing for the Whole30 - Scottsdale, AZ
- Health & Wellness
- Lululemon Scottsdale Fashion Square, Scottsdale AZ
NEW! Earn 0.7 NASM CEUs for attending this event.
Attend a sneak preview of Whole9's new "Big Picture Health" seminar on Sunday, October 9th, from 9 -11 AM, FREE with your Foundations registration.
Join Dallas and Melissa Hartwig, founders of Whole9, for a practical, straightforward, interactive discussion on the important role nutrition plays in your overall health and fitness. We're now offering a FULL DAY of material, so you can take your nutritional know-how from the classroom to the lunch room, and everywhere in between!
“Whole9 knows their nutrition. Not just that “science-y” stuff like biochemistry, digestion, or endocrinology. In addition to their theoretical background, Melissa and Dallas are masters of the practical “how-to’s” that can only be learned from working with thousands of people – and getting results.”
Robb Wolf, Author, The Paleo Solution
In our new Foundations of Nutrition Workshop, you’ll learn:
Want to hear more about our workshops? Check out our Testimonials page!
Workshops run a full day in length. This includes an hour long lunch break, where we encourage attendees to hang out and socialize with each other and the Whole9 crew. With your registration fee, you also receive a packet full of resources, recipes, meal planning tools and special discounts on cool fitness and nutrition products. Note, the packet isn't a full outline of the covered material - just an additional reference guide. Be prepared to take some notes!
Regarding the Whole9 MealSimple™ template, Dr. Michael Hasz said, “While it’s obviously important to have excellent food quality, you also have to be in the right neighborhood with macronutrients. I tore your MealSimple™ template apart, put it back together, and did all the math. When all was said and done, I realized you had a really well organized plan for people. You put thought into your recommendations and your meal planning template… and you got it right.”
Michael Hasz, M.D. Spinal Surgeon, Virginia Spine Institute